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  • Efficacy of Intravenous, Endotracheal, or Nasal Adrenaline Administration During Resuscitation of Near-Term Asphyxiated Lambs 

    Songstad, Nils Thomas; Klingenberg, Claus; McGillick, Erin V.; Polglase, Graeme R.; Zahra, Valerie; Schmölzer, Georg M.; Davis, Peter G.; Hooper, Stuart B.; Crossley, Kelly J. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-06-02)
    <i>Objectives</i>: Neonatal resuscitation guidelines recommend administering intravenous (IV) adrenaline if bradycardia persists despite adequate ventilation and chest compressions (CC). Rapid IV access is challenging, but little evidence exists for other routes of administration. We compared IV, endotracheal (ET), and intranasal routes for adrenaline administration during resuscitation of asphyxiated ...
  • Physical Activity With Tailored mHealth Support for Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial 

    Michalsen, Henriette; Wangberg, Silje C; Hartvigsen, Gunnar; Jaccheri, Maria Letizia; Muzny, Miroslav; Henriksen, André; Olsen, Monica Isabel Benedikte; Thrane, Gyrd; Jahnsen, Reidun Birgitta; Pettersen, Gunn; Arntzen, Cathrine; Anke, Audny (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-06-29)
    <i>Background</i>: Individuals with intellectual disabilities (IDs) have lower levels of physical activity (PA) and greater barriers for participation in fitness activities compared with members of the general population. As increased PA has positive effects on cardiovascular and psychosocial health, it is exceedingly important to identify effective interventions for use in everyday settings. Mobile ...
  • Norwegian constraint-induced therapy multisite trial: Adherence to treatment protocol applied early after stroke 

    Stock, Roland; Thrane, Gyrd; Askim, Torunn; Karlsen, Gunn Marte; Langørgen, Eli; Erichsen, Anne Spendrup; Gjone, Ragna Ingeborg; Anke, Audny (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015-08-24)
    <p><i>OBJECTIVE: </i>To investigate to what degree patients adhered to a modified constraint-induced movement therapy protocol, and to explore factors associated with the results. <p><i>DESIGN: </i>Prospective follow-up of the intervention arm in a randomized controlled trial. <p><i>SUBJECTS: </i>Twenty-four patients within 28 days after stroke. <p><i>METHODS: </i>The protocol specified 180 min ...
  • Erfaringer med deltakelse på kommunale pårørendeskoler 

    Larsen, Lill Sverresdatter; Moholt, Jill-Marit; Hamran, Torunn; Henriksen, Nils Oddbjørn; Blix, Bodil Hansen (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-25)
    <p><i>Bakgrunn:</i> Det er sterke helsepolitiske føringer for at personer med demens skal bo hjemme så lenge som mulig, og det forventes at pårørende skal bidra i omsorgsarbeidet. Pårørendeskolen skal bidra til læring og mestring hos pårørende. <p><i>Metode:</i> Studien er basert på kvalitative intervju med 16 pårørende som hadde deltatt på pårørendeskoler i nordnorske kommuner i perioden 2010–2017. ...
  • Å skrive om livsmot 

    Clancy, Anne; Thorsen, Rolf (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-01-17)
    The phenomenon of ‘Livsmot’ can be expressed in a myriad of ways. This essay is the introductory text to a special issue in Nordisk Tidsskrift for Helseforskning that in its entirety concerns ‘livsmot’. The collection of essays should be of interest to students, researchers, health professionals and others. The issue highlights and discusses different philosophical approaches that can promote our ...
  • Temperamental Development among Preterm Born Children. An RCT Follow-Up Study 

    Landsem, Inger Pauline; Handegård, Bjørn Helge; Ulvund, Stein Erik (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-23)
    A randomized controlled trial study recruited 146 preterm born children, either to participate in a modified version of the Mother–Infant Transaction Program (MITP-m) or to receive the usual follow-up services, before and after discharge from a neonatal intensive care unit. This follow-up study investigates whether MITP participation is associated with parental perceptions of child temperament from ...
  • Home as place for giving birth - a circumpolar study of the experience of mothers an midwifes 

    Clancy, Anne; Gjærum, Rikke Gürgens (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-01-25)
    This article explores what home birth mothers and midwives say about the birth experience and the interaction between mother, partner and midwife. It is based on an explorative empirical study of the narratives of seven home birth mothers and the experiences of five midwives. The authors examine how these subjective experiences can help us to understand the phenomenon of home birth. The article is ...
  • Associations between learning environment factors and student satisfaction among occupational therapy students 

    Thygesen, Hilde; Gramstad, Astrid; Åsli, Lene Angel; Stigen, Linda; Magne, Trine A; Carstensen, Tove; Bonsaksen, Tore (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-20)
    <i>Purpose</i> - Student satisfaction is an important indicator of educational quality in higher education institutions. Learning environment factors are assumed to play a role in determining student satisfaction. The purpose of this study is to examine the intrinsic relationships between five learning environment scales embedded within one measure; and examine the associations between each of these ...
  • Nurses’ experiences of ICU diaries following implementation of national recommendations for diaries in intensive care units: A quality improvement project 

    Holme, Anny Norlemann; Halvorsen, Kristin; Eskerud, Ragne Sannes; Lind, Ranveig; Storli, Sissel Lisa; Gjengedal, Eva; Moi, Asgjerd Litleré (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-05)
    <i>Objectives</i> - To evaluate critical care nurses’ experiences of ICU diaries following the implementation of national recommendations for the use of diaries for critically ill patients.<p><p> <i>Design</i> - A quality improvement project describing the development and implementation of national recommendations (2011), as well as the assessment of the use of diaries in intensive care nursing ...
  • Management and dissemination of Professional expertise: Physiotherapists’ perceptions of the supervision of dedicated aides working with children with cerebral palsy 

    Sørvoll, Marit; Obstfelder, Aud; Normann, Britt; Øberg, Gunn Kristin (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-04-11)
    A qualitative study was undertaken to explore pediatric phy-siotherapists’perceptions and experiences of supervising dedi-cated aides responsible for the daily care of preschool childrenwith cerebral palsy. Data were collected using individual semi-structured interviews. A theme-based content analysis yieldedthree major themes. Supervision and therapy were provided simul-taneously, giving supervision ...
  • Kompetanse, faglig selvtillit og pasientsikkerhet : erfart kompetansebehov hos intensivsykepleiere ved en intensivavdeling nivå 1 på et lokalsykehus 

    Høgbakk, Mona Lahm; Jakobsen, Rita (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-28)
    <i>Bakgrunn</i>: Organisering av spesialisthelsetjenesten har i løpet av 20 år utviklet seg fra mange sykehus med brede funksjoner og kompetanse, til et hierarkisk system der spesialkompetansen er samlet i få sykehus. Omtalte organisering av tjenesten har medført nye utfordringer for intensivsykepleierne. Intensivsykepleiernes fagutøvelse er regulert av lov om faglig forsvarlig behandling og omsorgsfull ...
  • Pårørendeinvolvering i planlegging og gjennomføring av helsehjelp til personer med frontotemporal demens 

    Rondestvedt, June; Hjertstrøm, Helle Kise; Larsen, Lill Sverresdatter (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    Several health policy documents emphasize the need for more knowledge regarding family caregiver`s involvement in implementation of healthcare services for people with dementia. This article examines how family caregivers of people with frontotemporal dementia (FTD) experience involvement, and furthermore investigates whether an activity perspective can be useful to understand barriers to family ...
  • Approaches to Studying: A Cross-Sectional Comparison of Occupational Therapy Students in Six Education Programs in Norway 

    Gramstad, Astrid; Åsli, Lene Angel; Johnson, Susanne Grødem; Magne, Trine A; Carstensen, Tove; Mørk, Gry; Stigen, Linda; Bonsaksen, Tore (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-04)
    Students’ approaches to studying have been associated with their academic performance. Although previous research suggests that the cultural and educational context may influence approaches to studying, few studies have investigated differences in study approaches across education programs. The aim of this study was to examine whether approaches to studying differed among occupational therapy students ...
  • Associations between learning environment variables and students’ approaches to studying: a cross-sectional study 

    Mørk, Gry; Magne, Trine A; Carstensen, Tove; Stigen, Linda; Åsli, Lene Angel; Gramstad, Astrid; Johnson, Susanne Grødem; Bonsaksen, Tore (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-20)
    <i>Background</i> - Aspects of the learning environment may be related to students` approaches to studying, but few studies have investigated these relationships in the context of occupational therapy education.<p> <p><i>Objective</i> - To examine associations between occupational therapy students’ perceptions of the learning environment and their approaches to studying.<p> <p><i>Method</i> - ...
  • A Narrative Care approach for persons living with dementia in institutional care settings 

    Berendonk, Charlotte; Blix, Bodil Hansen; Hoben, Matthias; Clandinin, D. Jean; Roach, Pamela M.; Compton, Roslyn M.; Cave, Marie T.; Caine, Vera (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-10-02)
    Aims and objectives We will provide insights in the theoretical background and key concepts of a Narrative Care approach, such as narrative cultures, narrative curiosity, narrative co‐composition and narrative reflective practice. Background Care understood as narrative practice underscores the importance of experiences and how these shape identities. Important to the quality of care in institutional ...
  • A new treatment for eating disorders combining physical exercise and dietary therapy (the PED-t): experiences from patients who dropped out 

    Bakland, Maria; Rosenvinge, Jan H; Wynn, Rolf; Sørlie, Venke; Sundgot-Borgen, Jorunn; Mathisen, Therese Fostervold; Hanssen, Tove Aminda; Jensen, Franziska; Innjord, Kjersti; Pettersen, Gunn (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-02-21)
    <i>Purpose</i>: Eating disorders (ED) are complex and severe illnesses where evidence-based treatment is needed to recover. However, about half of the patients with ED do not respond to treatments currently available, which call for efforts to expand the portfolio of treatments. The aim of this study was to explore experiences from patients who dropped out of a new treatment for bulimia nervosa and ...
  • Fruktene av "Lindring i nord" – nært samarbeid i en langstrakt landsdel 

    Ervik, Bente; Nordøy, Tone; Andersen, Sigve (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    <i>Mer enn 20 år tilbake, hadde vi en ung mann med alvorlig kreftsykdom og spredning til høyre lår. Han hadde forsøkt mange behandlinger med kun kortvarig effekt. Sykdommen ga han en rekke plager som smerter, gang- vansker og store ulcerasjoner som var en ekstra utfordring pleiemessig. <p> Pasienten var gift, han var småbarnsfar og egentlig fra et annet sted i landet, men bodde nå på finnmarkskysten, ...
  • Visibility of nursing in policy documents related to health care priorities 

    Tønnessen, Siri; Christiansen, Karin; Hjaltadottir, Ingibjörg; Leino-Kilpi, Helena; Scott, Philomena Anne; Suhonen, Riita; Öhlén, Joakim; Halvorsen, Kristin (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-02-09)
    <i>Aim</i> - To explore the visibility of nursing in policy documents concerning health care priorities in the Nordic countries.<p><p> <i>Background</i> - Nurses at all levels in health care organisations set priorities on a daily basis. Such prioritization entails allocation of scarce public resources with implications for patients, nurses and society. Although prioritization in health care ...
  • Impact of Osteoporotic Fracture Type and Subsequent Fracture on Mortality: The Tromsø Study 

    Alarkawi, Dunia; Bluic, Dana; Tran, T; Ahmed, Luai A; Emaus, Nina; Bjørnerem, Åshild; Jørgensen, Lone; Cristoffersen, T.; Eisman, JA; Center, JR (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-10-26)
    <i>Summary</i> - Less is known about the impact of non-hip non-vertebral fractures (NHNV) on early death. This study demonstrated increased risk of dying following hip and NHNV fractures which was further increased by a subsequent fracture. This highlights the importance of early intervention to prevent both initial and subsequent fractures and improve survival.<p> <p><i>Introduction</i> - ...
  • Qualitative analysis of European and Middle East intensive care unit nursing death rituals 

    Benbenishty, Julie; Bennun, Maureen; Lind, Ranveig (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-10-22)
    <b>Background:</b><br> Grieving and death rituals vary widely across cultures and are often influenced by geographical regions, religions, and local norms. Nursing rituals reflect the forms of cultural behaviour that assist in communicating traditional knowledge and practices. They help nurses maintain social order through cohesion and interaction. <br><b>Aim and objectives:</b> Exploration of ...

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