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    The relationship between patients’ perception of nurse caring behaviors and tuberculosis stigma among patients with drug-resistant tuberculosis in Swaziland

    Nkambule, Bongi Siyabonga, Lee-Hsieh, Jane, Liu, Chieh-Yu, Cheng, Su-Fen
    International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 2019, Vol.10, pp.14-18 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The relationship between patients’ perception of nurse caring behaviors and tuberculosis stigma among patients with drug-resistant tuberculosis in Swaziland
    Author: Nkambule, Bongi Siyabonga; Lee-Hsieh, Jane; Liu, Chieh-Yu; Cheng, Su-Fen
    Subject: Nurse Caring Behaviors ; Stigma ; Drug Resistant Tuberculosis
    Description: BackgroundTuberculosis is major cause of death worldwide and Swaziland is one of the countries with highest rates. The fear of drug resistant tuberculosis among nurses may lead to poor nurse caring behaviors which patient perceive as stigma. ObjectivesTo examine (1) the relationship between patients’ perceptions of nurse caring and tuberculosis stigma; (2) the predictors of tuberculosis related stigma among patients with drug resistant TB in Swaziland. MethodsIn this descriptive cross-sectional study, 84 patients who had drug resistant tuberculosis completed a demographic data sheet, Lee-Hsieh (2004) Caring behavior measurement and Van Rie at el (2008) Tuberculosis related stigma scale. ResultsPoor perception of nurse caring behaviors frequency (x̅ = 2.52 ± 0.41), and a high level of TB related stigma (x̅ = 30.20 ± 9.31) was reported by patients. Gender and monthly income variables had a significant mean difference in nurse caring behaviors (p 
    Is part of: International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 2019, Vol.10, pp.14-18
    Identifier: 2214-1391 (ISSN); 10.1016/j.ijans.2018.11.004 (DOI)

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    US Nursing and Midwifery Research Capacity Building Opportunities to Achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

    Squires, Allison
    Nursing Outlook [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: US Nursing and Midwifery Research Capacity Building Opportunities to Achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
    Author: Squires, Allison
    Description: •Expanding research capacity building in United States nursing and midwifery is critical for meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.•Three opportunities to strengthen research capacity in United States nursing and midwivery are identified in this paper that can expand the impact of our work.•Failure to address the weaknesses in our research capacity means that nurses and midwives will not have the necessary expertise to be included in national initiatives impacting multiple aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals. To meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the United States, research by nurses and midwives has a real opportunity to make a significant impact. This paper identifies opportunities to strengthen research capacity in the United States amongst nurses and midwives in ways that will help meet the SDGs and ensure its sustainability. Research capacity means that in a country, there are individuals and teams capable of defining problems, setting priorities, establishing objectives for the goals of the research study, and following rigorous scientific procedures. By strengthening US research capacity by addressing critical weaknesses in content expertise, nursing and midwifery's voices in policy dialogues and global research initiatives will be have greater assurance of being included.
    Is part of: Nursing Outlook
    Identifier: 0029-6554 (ISSN); 10.1016/j.outlook.2019.06.016 (DOI)

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    Malaria case management in Zambia: A cross-sectional health facility survey

    Worges, Matt, Celone, Michael, Finn, Timothy, Chisha, Zunda, Winters, Anna, Winters, Benjamin, Keating, Joseph, Yukich, Joshua O.
    Acta Tropica, July 2019, Vol.195, pp.83-89 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    An evaluation of collaboration in the TB and HIV control programme in Oromia Region, Ethiopia: Seven years of retrospective data

    Sisay, Solomon, Mekonen, Ayehu, Abera, Adugna, Berhan, Yifru, Kebede, Tadele, Ferede, Abebe
    International Journal of Infectious Diseases, December 2018, Vol.77, pp.74-81 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    ‘The crocodile's wife’ – a tale of transformations

    Wendland, Ernst R
    Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 07 November 2013, p.1-15 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    A retrospective evaluation of the quality of malaria case management at twelve health facilities in four districts in Zambia

    Chanda-Kapata, Pascalina, Chanda, Emmanuel, Masaninga, Freddie, Habluetzel, Annette, Masiye, Felix, Fall, Ibrahima Soce
    Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, June 2014, Vol.4(6), pp.498-504 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Katanga Business—Pale Peko Bantu . Notes sur deux moments de cinéma postcolonial belge

    Hamers, Jérémy
    French Forum, 2010, Vol.35(2), pp.95-113 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    STUDIEN ZUM KYPRO-MINOISCHEN II

    Nahm, Werner
    Kadmos, 1984, Vol.23(1), pp.164-185 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: STUDIEN ZUM KYPRO-MINOISCHEN II
    Author: Nahm, Werner
    Publisher: Walter de Gruyter, Berlin / New York
    Is part of: Kadmos, 1984, Vol.23(1), pp.164-185
    Identifier: 0022-7498 (ISSN); 1613-0723 (E-ISSN); 10.1515/kadm.1984.23.1-2.164 (DOI)

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    The influence of methanol and ethanol on the efficiency of extraction of lanthanides(III) with 1-(2-pyridylazo)-2-naphthol ( PAN ) in carbon tetrachloride

    Pustelnik, Natalia
    Monatshefte für Chemie / Chemical Monthly, 1986, Vol.117(8), pp.933-940 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    Springer Science & Business Media B.V.
    Die Effektivität der Extraktion von Mikromengen Eu(III), Sm(III) und Gd(III) aus der Wasser-Methanol- und Wasser-Ethanol-Phase (50 vol. %), mit Hilfe von-Lösungen in CCl wurde untersucht. Die, Die Effektivität der Extraktion von Mikromengen Eu(III), Sm(III) und Gd(III) aus der Wasser-Methanol- und Wasser-Ethanol-Phase (50 vol. %), mit Hilfe von-Lösungen in CCl wurde untersucht. Die
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    Title: The influence of methanol and ethanol on the efficiency of extraction of lanthanides(III) with 1-(2-pyridylazo)-2-naphthol ( PAN ) in carbon tetrachloride
    Author: Pustelnik, Natalia
    Subject: Extraction ; Lanthanides ; 1-(2-Pyridylazo)-2-naphthol () ; Lanthanide separation factor
    Description: The efficiency of extraction of microquantities of Eu(III), Sm(III) and Gd(III) from water—50% ( v/v ) methanol phase or water—50% ( v/v ) ethanol phase with PAN solutions in CCl 4 was examined. Separation factors for the following pairs of lanthanides(III) were determined: Eu-Sm, Eu-Gd, Sm-Gd, as well as Eu- Ln , Sm- Ln and Gd- Ln , where: Ln =Tb, Ho, or Lu; their changes with respect to the composition of the polar phase were also estimated. Die Effektivität der Extraktion von Mikromengen Eu(III), Sm(III) und Gd(III) aus der Wasser-Methanol- und Wasser-Ethanol-Phase (50 vol. %), mit Hilfe von-Lösungen in CCl wurde untersucht. Die Trennfaktoren für nachstehende Lanthaniden(III)-Paare: Eu-Sm, Eu-Gd, Sm-Gd und Eu-, Sm-, Gd-(=Tb, Ho oder Lu) wurden berechnet und ihre Änderungen in der Abhängigkeit von der polaren Phase geschätzt.
    Is part of: Monatshefte für Chemie / Chemical Monthly, 1986, Vol.117(8), pp.933-940
    Identifier: 0026-9247 (ISSN); 1434-4475 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/BF00811262 (DOI)

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    Language documentation and maintenance programs for Moluccan languages in the Netherlands

    Florey, Margaret, Engelenhoven, Aone van,
    International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2001, Vol.2001(151), pp.195-219 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Language documentation and maintenance programs for Moluccan languages in the Netherlands
    Author: Florey, Margaret; Engelenhoven, Aone van;
    Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG
    Is part of: International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2001, Vol.2001(151), pp.195-219
    Identifier: 0165-2516 (ISSN); 1613-3668 (E-ISSN); 10.1515/ijsl.2001.043 (DOI)