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Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Roma Taunton PhD,'s Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 10, 1992: Focus on PDF

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By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Roma Taunton PhD, Ada Jacox PhD

ISBN-10: 0826143598

ISBN-13: 9780826143594

ISBN-10: 0826165273

ISBN-13: 9780826165275

Now in its moment decade of booklet, this landmark sequence attracts jointly and seriously stories the entire latest study in particular components of nursing perform, nursing care supply, nursing schooling, and the pro features of nursing.

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Myriad nursing research conferences each year provide a stepping stone to the development of manuscripts for submission to various journals. The promotion and tenure criteria in all of higher education has provided an impetus for development and maintenance of programs of research by nurses in academe. Many large health care agencies have nursing research offices or departments and employ qualified research staff to guide clinical studies. Small grant programs, such as those supported by the American Nurses Foundation and Sigma Theta Tau International, together with the NRSA mechanism, have provided funding to doctoral students and persons with new doctorates to do early projects that will launch their programs of research.

A MEDLINE computerized search was done, from 1985 to 1990, using key words: incontinence, urinary, adults, nursing, dysfunction. From 1985 to 1990, an AGELINE, which is the computerized database of the American Association of Retired Persons, also was executed. A manual search of the International Nursing Index, from 1983 to 1990, yielded no additional citations, using the key words: elimination, urinary alterations, and potential for. INCIDENCE AND PREVALENCE OF URINARY INCONTINENCE Little nursing research regarding the incidence and prevalence of urinary incontinence has been reported.

252). Age alone does not cause incontinence. However, proportionally more older adults are incontinent than younger adults (National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference, 1990). The natural history and development of incontinence is not understood, although it is associated with increasing functional impairment (Mohide, 1986) and is an indicator of disability (Jagger, Clarke, & Davies, 1986). Not surprising, the prevalence of urinary incontinence is estimated to be 50% in the long-term care setting, where the majority of residents have a functional or cognitive impairment (Kane, Ouslander, & Abrass, 1989).

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