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  1. Effectiveness of nurse-led clinics in the early discharge period after percutaneous coronary intervention: A systematic review
  2. Research nurses rising to the challenges of COVID‐19
  3. What performance metrics should Journal Editors report? Or, is Impact Factor the only metric in town
  4. Celebrating the bicentenary of Nightingale’s birth and her legacy
  5. Realising 2020 as ‘International Year of the Nurse’: Is nursing management part of the problem, or part of the solution?
  6. Putting AI at the centre of heart failure care
  7. Getting more men into nursing: an urgent priority (too little, too late)
  8. Recruitment settings, delivery contexts, intervention techniques and outcomes of health promotion programmes for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A systematic review
  9. A psychosocial intervention for stroke survivors and carers: 12–month outcomes of a randomized controlled trial
  10. Research methods: Time to get excited!
  11. Meditation and Endocrine Health and Wellbeing
  12. Exploring the Impact of Illness Perceptions, Self-efficacy, Coping Strategies, and Psychological Distress on Quality of Life in a Post-stroke Cohort
  13. The use and abuse of credentials: More is not better…
  14. Effectiveness of mobile phone-based self-management interventions for medication adherence and change in blood pressure in patients with coronary heart disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  15. Psychological interventions for depression and anxiety in patients with coronary heart disease, heart failure or atrial fibrillation
  16. Exploring the relationships between illness perceptions, self-efficacy, coping strategies, psychological distress and quality of life in a cohort of adults with diabetes mellitus
  17. How to minimize research misconduct? Priorities for academics in nursing
  18. Artificial intelligence supported patient self-care in chronic heart failure: a paradigm shift from reactive to predictive, preventive and personalised care
  19. Serum cholesterol, body mass index and smoking status do not predict long-term cognitive impairment in elderly stroke patients
  20. Nursing's research problem: A call to action
  21. Patients with heart failure with and without a history of stroke in the Netherlands: a secondary analysis of psychosocial, behavioural and clinical outcomes up to three years from the COACH trial
  22. The lost heroes of nursing
  23. Missed opportunities! End of life decision making and discussions in implantable cardioverter defibrillator recipients
  24. Psychosocial interventions for stroke survivors, carers and survivor-carer dyads: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  25. Should aspirin be used for primary prevention in the healthy elderly?
  26. Nursing’s future? Eat young. Spit out. Repeat. Endlessly
  27. Development, piloting and validation of the Recommending Cardiac Rehabilitation (ReCaRe) instrument
  28. Education for advanced nursing practice worldwide – Is it fit for purpose?
  29. Increasing citations to your work
  30. So, what's in a title? The paradox of nursing professors!
  31. Cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention: Wrong terms, aims, models and outcomes?
  32. Nursing schools: Dumbing down or reaching up?
  33. The ego has landed! What can be done about research misconduct, scandals and spins?
  34. How universities win gold in the Muttleyfication of learning
  35. Gosport must be a tipping point for professional hierarchies in healthcare—an essay by Philip Darbyshire and David Thompson
  36. Getting through career crises: Insights from history, philosophy and research
  37. Transitional care interventions for heart failure: what are the mechanisms?
  38. Perceived control and quality of life among recipients of implantable cardioverter defibrillator
  39. What is real success in nursing research?
  40. Psychosocial assessment and intervention – are we doing enough?
  41. Type D personality, stress, coping and performance on a novel sport task
  42. Construct validity of the Heart Failure Screening Tool (Heart-FaST) to identify heart failure patients at risk of poor self-care: Rasch analysis
  43. Why is ethnicity important in cardiovascular care?
  44. The educational preparation of nurses in a developing economy and patient mortality
  45. Effects of Acupuncture on the Recovery Outcomes of Stroke Survivors with Shoulder Pain: A Systematic Review
  46. Psychological interventions for coronary heart disease: Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis
  47. Psychosocial Interventions and Wellbeing in Individuals with Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  48. Mindfulness mediates the physiological markers of stress: Systematic review and meta-analysis
  49. Yoga, mindfulness-based stress reduction and stress-related physiological measures: A meta-analysis
  50. European cardiovascular nurses’ and allied professionals’ knowledge and practical skills regarding cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  51. Exercise to preserve β-cell function in recent-onset Type 1 diabetes mellitus (EXTOD) - a randomized controlled pilot trial
  52. Leading by gaslight? Nursing's academic leadership struggles
  53. Social and emotional wellbeing assessment instruments for use with Indigenous Australians: A critical review
  54. Comparison of the EQ-5D-3L and the SF-6D (SF-12) contemporaneous utility scores in patients with cardiovascular disease
  55. Dyadic incongruence in chronic heart failure: Implications for patient and carer psychological health and self-care
  56. Implantable cardioverter defibrillator knowledge and end-of-life device deactivation: A cross-sectional survey
  57. Factors Determining the Uptake of Influenza Vaccination Among Children With Chronic Conditions
  58. Psychosocial Interventions for Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms in Individuals with Chronic Kidney Disease: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  59. Preference-based care and research
  60. Bayes’ theorem and its application to cardiovascular nursing
  61. Psychological interventions for coronary heart disease
  62. The Efficacy of Exercise-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation
  63. Effectiveness of the cardiac-diabetes transcare program: protocol for a randomised controlled trial
  64. Depression and Pain in Heart Transplant Recipients
  65. Randomized controlled trial of family-based education for patients with heart failure and their carers
  66. Accuracy of anxiety and depression screening tools in heart transplant recipients
  67. Is the last “man” standing in comedy the least funny? A retrospective cohort study of elite stand-up comedians versus other entertainers
  68. Design and protocol for the Dialysis Optimal Health Program (DOHP) randomised controlled trial
  69. The Mental Health in Diabetes Service (MINDS) to enhance psychosocial health: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  70. The Stroke and Carer Optimal Health Program (SCOHP) to enhance psychosocial health: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  71. Trialling of an optimal health programme (OHP) across chronic disease
  72. Five (bad) reasons to publish your research in predatory journals
  73. Attitudes of nurses towards family involvement in the care for patients with cardiovascular diseases
  74. Journal editors and their h-index
  75. The effect of Nurse GraduaTeness on patient mortality: a cross-sectional survey (the NuGaT study)
  76. Depression screening and referral in cardiac wards: A 12-month patient trajectory
  77. Establishing a pragmatic framework to optimise health outcomes in heart failure and multimorbidity (ARISE-HF): A multidisciplinary position statement
  78. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Clinician-Supported Problem-Solving Bibliotherapy for Family Caregivers of People With First-Episode Psychosis
  79. Five Tips for Writing Qualitative Research in High-Impact Journals: Moving From #BMJnoQual
  80. Impact of Nurse-Led, Multidisciplinary Home-Based Intervention on Event-Free Survival Across the Spectrum of Chronic Heart DiseaseCLINICAL PERSPECTIVE
  81. An overview of questionnaires used to measure quality of life
  82. Gender-specific secondary prevention? Differential psychosocial risk factors for major cardiovascular events
  83. How can we better support families living with cardiovascular disease and depression?
  84. Heart failure family-based education: a systematic review
  85. h-indices: an update on the performance of professors in nursing in the UK
  86. Cardiovascular Nursing: from Florence to Melbourne
  87. Sensitivity and Specificity of a Five-Minute Cognitive Screening Test in Patients With Heart Failure
  88. Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation for coronary heart disease
  89. Exercise-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation for Coronary Heart Disease
  90. Diagnostic Accuracy of Cognitive Screening Instruments in Heart Failure
  91. Psychosocial Interventions for Patients After a Cardiac Event
  92. Carers’ views on patient self-care in chronic heart failure
  93. Patient reported outcomes
  94. Cost-effectiveness of home versus clinic-based management of chronic heart failure: Extended follow-up of a pragmatic, multicentre randomized trial cohort — The WHICH? study (Which Heart Failure Intervention Is Most Cost-Effective & Consumer Friendly i...
  95. How to research the mechanisms of non-pharmacological cardiac interventions
  96. Effects of a supportive educational nursing care programme on fatigue and quality of life in patients with heart failure: a randomised controlled trial
  97. An Investigation of Emotion Recognition and Theory of Mind in People with Chronic Heart Failure
  98. Psychosocial interventions for patients with coronary heart disease and depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  99. Patient-reported outcome measures in cardiovascular nursing
  100. Addressing the conundrum of multimorbidity in heart failure: Do we need a more strategic approach to improve health outcomes?
  101. Have research assessment exercises improved the quality of nursing research?
  102. Effect of Nurse-Implemented Transitional Care for Chinese Individuals with Chronic Heart Failure in Hong Kong: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  103. The role of depressive symptomatology in peri- and post-menopause
  104. PROspective MEmory Training to improve HEart failUre Self-care (PROMETHEUS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
  105. Prospective Memory Impairment in Chronic Heart Failure
  106. Adherence to Antihypertensive Medication in Older Adults With Hypertension
  107. Addressing conflict of interest in non-pharmacological research
  108. Improving access and equity in reducing cardiovascular risk: the Queensland Health model
  109. Does comedy kill? A retrospective, longitudinal cohort, nested case–control study of humour and longevity in 53 British comedians
  110. Standard versus atrial fibrillation-specific management strategy (SAFETY) to reduce recurrent admission and prolong survival: pragmatic, multicentre, randomised controlled trial
  111. Estimating the current and future prevalence of atrial fibrillation in the Australian adult population
  112. Let's collaborate: improving research in cardiac nursing
  113. Effect of Omega-Three Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on Inflammation, Oxidative Stress, and Recurrence of Atrial Fibrillation
  114. 40years of cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention in post-cardiac ischaemic patients. Are we still in the wilderness?
  115. Relationship between Type-D Personality, Physical Activity Behaviour and Climacteric Symptoms
  116. Measuring research success via bibliometrics: where they fit and how they help and hinder
  117. ‘But how many papersshouldI write…?’: making good choices about quality, quantity and visibility of academic publications
  118. An evaluation of a nurse-led Comprehensive Child Development Service in Hong Kong
  119. Caring for caregivers after a stroke
  120. Cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention in Australia and New Zealand
  121. Violations of local stochastic independence exaggerate scalability in Mokken scaling analysis of the Chinese Mandarin SF-36
  122. Commentary on “Gender disorders in learning disabilities – a systematic review”
  123. Evaluation of nurses' perceptions of the impact of targeted depression education and a screening and referral tool in an acute cardiac setting
  124. JAN Forum Response to Jacinta Kelly on Clark A.M. & Thompson D.R. (2013) Succeeding in research: insights from management and game theory. Journal of Advanced Nursing 69(6), 1221-1223.
  125. Exploring Health Care Providers’ Perceptions of the Needs of Stroke Carers: Informing Development of an Optimal Health Program
  126. Post-discharge electrocardiogram Holter monitoring in recently hospitalised individuals with chronic atrial fibrillation to enhance therapeutic monitoring and identify potentially predictive phenotypes
  127. Fear, audacity and values in research success: Destructive in isolation, powerful in combination
  128. Predictors of Health-Related Quality of Life Among Patients With Myocardial Infarction
  129. Investigating invariant item ordering in the Mental Health Inventory: An illustration of the use of different methods
  130. Health-related quality of life and its predictors among outpatients with coronary heart disease in Singapore
  131. Psychometric Properties of the Cardiac Depression Scale: A Systematic Review
  132. Prolonged impact of home versus clinic-based management of chronic heart failure: Extended follow-up of a pragmatic, multicentre randomized trial cohort
  133. Medication adherence and its associated factors among Chinese community-dwelling older adults with hypertension
  134. “I don't have enough time… ”: Myths and strategies for improving academic workplace effectiveness
  135. Effects of a mindfulness-based psychoeducation programme for Chinese patients with schizophrenia: 2-year follow-up
  136. Health impact of smoking – an unforgiveable omission in a doctor's repertoire
  137. Determinants of effective heart failure self-care: a systematic review of patients’ and caregivers’ perceptions
  138. An education booklet to aid cardiac patients' recovery at home
  139. Reversing social disadvantage in secondary prevention of coronary heart disease
  140. How academic nursing is being enriched by ‘The Thriller Elite’
  141. Commitment to collaboration: rhetorical or real?
  142. Evaluation of a questionnaire to measure quality of life in people living with heart failure
  143. The effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions in improving psychological outcomes for heart transplant recipients: A systematic review
  144. Smoking behaviour among patients and staff
  145. Gender, socioeconomic and ethnic/racial disparities in cardiovascular disease: A time for change
  146. Trial of a family-based education program for heart failure patients in rural Thailand
  147. Cognitive impairment in heart failure: towards a consensus on screening
  148. The psychological experiences of adult heart transplant recipients: A systematic review and meta-summary of qualitative findings
  149. Academic culture in nursing: Devalued, defiant or dead?
  150. Research in cardiovascular care: A position statement of the Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professionals of the European Society of Cardiology
  151. An RCT With Three-Year Follow-Up of Peer Support Groups for Chinese Families of Persons With Schizophrenia
  152. Patients’ perspectives on the educational preparation of cardiac nurses
  153. Mokken scaling of the Chinese version of the Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey
  154. Successful failure: good for the self and science
  155. Psychological Interventions for Patients with Coronary Heart Disease and Their Partners: A Systematic Review
  156. Prospective memory and chronic heart failure
  157. Development of the Heart Failure Screening Tool (Heart-FaST) to measure barriers that impede engagement in self-care
  158. Psychosocial risk factors for coronary heart disease
  159. Professing nursing or not: What's in a title?
  160. ‘Built to last’: Insights for successful research programs from three continents
  161. Commentary on “Growing older together: ageing and people with learning disabilities and their family carers”
  162. Long-term effect of motivational interviewing on clinical and psychological outcomes and health-related quality of life in cardiac rehabilitation patients with poor motivation in Hong Kong: a randomized controlled trial
  163. Comparison of self-care behaviors of heart failure patients in 15 countries worldwide
  164. Factors influencing participation in cardiac rehabilitation programmes after referral and initial attendance: qualitative systematic review and meta-synthesis
  165. Psychosocial interventions in cardiovascular disease – what are they?
  166. Navigating the fine line between benefit and risk in chronic atrial fibrillation: Rationale and design of the Standard versus Atrial Fibrillation spEcific managemenT studY (SAFETY)
  167. European cardiac nurses’ current practice and knowledge on anticoagulation therapy
  168. Screening, referral and treatment for depression in patients with coronary heart disease
  169. Succeeding in research: insights from management and game theory
  170. Other Forms of Writing: Letters, Commentaries and Editorials
  171. Reply
  172. A good manuscript review for the European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing
  173. Improving statistical analysis of matched case-control studies
  174. Complexity of management and health outcomes in a prospective cohort study of 573 heart failure patients in Australia: does more equal less?
  175. Health-related quality of life and social support among Chinese patients with coronary heart disease in mainland China
  176. Psychometric testing of the Chinese Mandarin version of the Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey in patients with coronary heart disease in mainland China
  177. Florence Nightingale - never more relevant than today
  178. Motivational interviewing as a brief intervention to improve cardiovascular health
  179. Beyond the Eurozone in cardiovascular nursing research: Filling the scatter plot
  180. Is academic nursing being sabotaged by its own killer elite?
  181. Roses and thorns: authorship and the PhD by publication. Commentary on Cleary M, Jackson D, Walter G, Watson R & Hunt GF (2012) Editorial: Location, location, location - the position of authors in scholarly publishing. Journal of Clinical Nursing 21, 809-
  182. A qualitative systematic review of influences on attendance at cardiac rehabilitation programs after referral
  183. Screening for determinants of self-care in patients with chronic heart failure
  184. An Evaluation of a Web-Based Diabetes Education Program Designed to Enhance Self-management Among Patients Living With Diabetes
  185. Psychological Interventions for Coronary Heart Disease: Cochrane Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
  186. Republished: Heart failure disease management programmes: a new paradigm for research
  187. A response to Gary Rolfe’s ‘Cardinal John Henry Newman’ and ‘the ideal state and purpose of a university’
  188. Making good choices about publishing in the journal jungle
  189. Reputations: a critical yet neglected area of scholarly enquiry
  190. ‘FIT FOR PURPOSE’. The COACH program improves lifestyle and biomedical cardiac risk factors: Table 1
  191. The state of nursing and evidence-based practice
  192. The HeartQoL: Part I. Development of a new core health-related quality of life questionnaire for patients with ischemic heart disease
  193. Heart failure disease management programmes: a new paradigm for research
  194. The five top bad reasons nurses don’t publish in impactful journals
  195. Health-related quality of life and its associated factors in Chinese myocardial infarction patients
  196. Depression and coronary heart disease: Apprehending the elusive black dog
  198. Cardiovascular disease: is it time to finally recognise it as a complex, chronic life-span illness?
  199. Recognition and referral of depression in patients with heart disease
  200. Type D Personality and Cardiovascular Outcomes
  201. Using Clustering and Metric Learning to Improve Science Return of Remote Sensed Imagery
  202. AEGIS Automated Science Targeting for the MER Opportunity Rover
  203. RETRACTED: Randomized controlled trial comparing treatment outcome of two compression bandaging systems and standard care without compression in patients with venous leg ulcers
  204. Response to Sasso L (2011) Commentary on Thompson DR & Watson R (2010) Guest editorial: h-indexes and the performance of nursing professors of nursing in the UK. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 2957-2958. Journal of Clinical Nursing 20, 2685-2686
  205. More data, better data or improved evidence translation: What will improve cardiovascular outcomes?
  206. Anaemia and iron deficiency in cardiac patients: what do nurses and allied professionals know?
  207. Addressing the complexity conundrum in and of nursing
  208. What’s going on at age 11: development of the European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing
  209. Clinical outcomes associated with screening and referral for depression in an acute cardiac ward
  210. Pilot testing of a self-care education intervention for patients with heart failure
  211. Cost-effectiveness of posaconazole versus fluconazole for prevention of invasive fungal infections in U.S. patients with graft-versus-host disease
  212. The Chinese version of the Myocardial Infarction Dimensional Assessment Scale (MIDAS): Mokken scaling
  213. The Chinese version of the cardiac depression scale: Mokken scaling
  214. Effects of home-based rehabilitation on health-related quality of life and psychological status in Chinese patients recovering from acute myocardial infarction
  215. Cardiac Depression Scale: Mokken scaling in heart failure patients
  216. Randomized controlled trial comparing treatment outcome of two compression bandaging systems and standard care without compression in patients with venous leg ulcers
  217. Editorial: Citation analysis - focus on leading Australian nurse authors
  218. Telemedicine and remote management of heart failure
  219. Health-seeking beliefs of cardiovascular patients: A qualitative study
  220. Short-term effect of motivational interviewing on clinical and psychological outcomes and health-related quality of life in cardiac rehabilitation patients with poor motivation in Hong Kong: a randomized controlled trial
  221. Motivational interviewing improves patients' mood and reduces mortality 12 months poststroke
  222. International collaboration in cardiovascular nursing research
  223. A Psychometric Evaluation of the Chinese Version of the Short-Form Cardiac Depression Scale
  224. Cost-Effectiveness of a Recommendation of Universal Mass Vaccination for Seasonal Influenza in the United States
  225. A meta-review of evidence on heart failure disease management programs: the challenges of describing and synthesizing evidence on complex interventions
  226. Effective communication and ethical consent in decisions related to ICDs
  227. Editorial: Nursing education in the United Kingdom - clocks forward or clocks backward?
  228. Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation for coronary heart disease
  229. Use of Rasch Analysis in the Evaluation of the Oropharyngeal Mucositis Quality of Life Scale
  230. Global Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: A Call to Action for Nursing
  231. Educational Interventions for Patients With Heart Failure
  232. Psychometric properties of the Chinese version of State Self‐Esteem Scale: an analysis of data from a cross‐sectional survey of patients in the first four months after stroke
  233. Global Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: A Call to Action for Nursing Multilevel Policies⋆
  234. Conducting Indirect-Treatment-Comparison and Network-Meta-Analysis Studies: Report of the ISPOR Task Force on Indirect Treatment Comparisons Good Research Practices: Part 2
  235. Development of an evidence-based scoring system (HF-IS) to assess the quality of heart failure programmes for patients postdischarge from hospital
  236. Cognitive Impairment in Chronic Heart Failure and the Need for Screening
  237. Motivational interviewing: a useful approach to improving cardiovascular health?
  238. An evaluation of hospital hand hygiene practice and glove use in Hong Kong
  239. Psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the European Heart Failure Self-care Behaviour Scale
  240. Use of end-tidal carbon dioxide detection to determine correct placement of nasogastric tube: A meta-analysis
  241. Cardiac rehabilitation in multicultural populations
  242. Reconciling systematic reviews of exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention programmes for coronary heart disease
  243. Beyond the blues: the need for integrated care pathways
  244. Commentary on Yohannes AM, Doherty P, Bundy C & Yalfani A (2010) The long-term benefits of cardiac rehabilitation on depression, anxiety, physical activity and quality of life. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 2806-2813
  245. Commentary on Galdas PM & Kang HBK (2010) Punjabi Sikh patients’ cardiac rehabilitation experiences following myocardial infarction: a qualitative analysis. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 3134-3142
  246. Which Interventions are Used by Health Care Professionals to Enhance Medication Adherence in Cardiovascular Patients? A Survey of Current Clinical Practice
  247. Incidence and risk factors of oral mucositis in paediatric and adolescent patients undergoing chemotherapy
  248. Cardiovascular Nursing Research: Challenges and Opportunities
  249. Cardiac misconceptions in healthcare workers
  250. Editorial: Online health communication in improving outcomes
  251. What heart failure programme works best? Wrong question, wrong assumptions
  252. Quality of Life in Cardiovascular Disease: What is it and Why and How Should We Measure It?
  253. Continuing professorial development
  254. A survey of registered nurses’ perceptions of the code of professional conduct in Hong Kong
  255. Depression among Chinese stroke survivors six months after discharge from a rehabilitation hospital
  256. Commentary on Tolmie, EP, Lindsay GM, Kelly T, Tolson D, Baxter S & Belcher PR (2009) Are older patients’ cardiac rehabilitation needs being met? Journal of Clinical Nursing 18, 1878-1888
  257. Mokken scaling of the Myocardial Infarction Dimensional Assessment Scale (MIDAS)
  258. Guest Editorial: h-indices and the performance of professors of nursing in the UK
  259. How to be a professor: What Taylor et al. didn’t tell you!
  260. Validating the Type D personality construct in Chinese patients with coronary heart disease
  261. Infection control practices among hospital health and support workers in Hong Kong
  262. Accuracy of biochemical markers for predicting nasogastric tube placement in adults—A systematic review of diagnostic studies
  263. Reply
  264. The stress in nursing students scale (SINS): principal components analysis of longitudinal data from Hong Kong
  265. Systematic review finds no difference between home-based and centre-based cardiac rehabilitation in terms of effect on mortality, morbidity and modifiable risk factors in patients with CHD
  266. Sexual Counselling of Cardiac Patients: Nurses' Perception of Practice, Responsibility and Confidence
  267. Severity and correlates of depressive symptoms among recipients of Meals on Wheels: Age, gender, and racial/ethnic difference
  268. Recovering from an acute cardiac event - the relationship between depression and life satisfaction
  269. European Cardiovascular Nurses' Experiences of and Attitudes Towards Having Family Members Present in the Resuscitation Room
  270. Economic assessment of doripenem versus imipenem in the treatment of ventilator-associated pneumonia
  271. Commentary on Henderson A, Twentyman M, Eaton E, Creedy D, Stapleton P & Lloyd B (2010) Creating supportive clinical learning environments: an intervention study.Journal of Clinical Nursing19, 177–182
  272. A Survey of Lifestyle Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Health Among Young Hong Kong Chinese Women: Implications for Long-Term Cardiovascular Health
  273. Understanding and Promoting Effective Self-Care During Heart Failure
  274. The effects of multisensory therapy on behaviour of adult clients with developmental disabilities—A systematic review
  275. Learning style and learning needs of heart failure patients (The Need2Know-HF patient study)
  276. Severe oral mucositis associated with cancer therapy: impact on oral functional status and quality of life
  277. Health care professionals’ perceptions of hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation in mainland China: an exploratory study
  278. Editorial: Nursing for dummies or dummies for nursing?
  279. Cardiac rehabilitation: into the future
  280. What do Cardiovascular Nurses Know about the Hematological Management of Patients with Eisenmenger Syndrome?
  281. The European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing Endorses the Consort Statement and Extension
  282. Is nursing viable as an academic discipline?
  283. Editorial: Rating research performance
  284. Predictors of change in health-related quality of life among older people with depression: a longitudinal study
  285. Determinants of participation restriction among community dwelling stroke survivors: A path analysis
  286. THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN RETRACTED�A psychometric evaluation of the Chinese version of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in patients with coronary heart disease
  287. What Is the Strength of Evidence for Heart Failure Disease-Management Programs?
  288. Learning for heart failure patients (The L-HF patient study)
  289. Editorial: Lies, damned lies and CVs
  290. A psychometric evaluation of the Chinese version of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in patients with coronary heart disease
  291. Home-based cardiac rehab was as effective as hospital-based rehab in improving cardiac risk factors
  292. Using the cardiac depression scale in men recovering from coronary artery bypass surgery
  293. Meeting the Challenges in Cardiovascular Nursing
  294. Self-management in long-term health conditions—A complex concept poorly understood and applied?
  295. Cardiac rehabilitation: Adding years to life and life to years
  296. U.K. Women's Perception of the Role of Psychosocial Stress in the Development of Coronary Heart Disease
  297. The European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing
  298. “Prehabilitation” prior to CABG surgery improves physical functioning and depression
  299. Trends and predictors of first-line chemotherapy use among elderly patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer in the United States
  300. Measuring the Symptom Experience of Chinese Cancer Patients: A Validation of the Chinese Version of the Memorial Symptom Assessment Scale
  301. Assessing HRQL among Chinese patients with coronary heart disease: Angina, myocardial infarction and heart failure
  302. The clinical effectiveness of length of bed rest for patients recovering from trans-femoral diagnostic cardiac catheterisation
  303. Risk factors for oral mucositis in children undergoing chemotherapy: A matched case-control study
  304. Older people and inflammatory bowel disease: a systematic review
  305. A study of stress and burnout in nursing students in Hong Kong: A questionnaire survey
  306. A description of the characteristics of patients with non-ST elevation acute coronary syndromes admitted to different settings in the 1990s
  307. Cost-effectiveness of intensive atorvastatin therapy in secondary cardiovascular prevention in the United Kingdom, Spain, and Germany, based on the Treating to New Targets study
  308. Subjective health‐related quality of life of Chinese older persons with depression in Shanghai and Hong Kong: relationship to clinical factors, level of functioning and social support
  309. The future of management programmes for heart failure
  310. A psychometric evaluation of the Chinese version of the Cardiovascular Limitations and Symptoms Profile in patients with coronary heart disease
  311. A patient-reported outcome instrument to assess the impact of oropharyngeal mucositis on health-related quality of life: a longitudinal psychometric evaluation
  312. A psychometric evaluation of a Chinese version of the Cardiac Depression Scale
  313. Practice development: What is it and why should we be doing it?
  314. Editorial: Whose paper is it anyway?
  315. Development and Validation of a Patient-Centered Health-Related Quality-of-life Measure
  316. Telehome monitoring reduced readmissions and improved quality of life in heart failure or angina
  317. Evaluation of a Peer‐Led Mutual Support Group for Chinese Families of People with Schizophrenia
  318. Predicting changes in the health‐related quality of life of Chinese depressed older people
  319. A survey of Hong Kong nurses' perceptions of barriers to and facilitators of research utilization
  320. Guest editorial: Pragmatic trials: is this a useful method in nursing research?
  321. Clinical Guidelines: Some Considerations
  322. Nurse-coordinated multidisciplinary, family-based cardiovascular disease prevention programme (EUROACTION) for patients with coronary heart disease and asymptomatic individuals at high risk of cardiovascular disease: a paired, cluster-randomised contro...
  323. POSTER SESSION 1: Thursday, 1 May 2008, 9:00–12:30 Location: Poster Area
  324. Validation of the Chinese version of the MacNew Heart Disease Health-related Quality of Life questionnaire
  325. Factor structure of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in coronary heart disease patients in three countries
  326. Editorial: Professors as leaders
  327. Commentary on Kristofferzon M-L, Löfmark R & Carlsson M (2007) Striving for balance in daily life: experiences of Swedish women and men shortly after a myocardial infarction. Journal of Clinical Nursing 16, 391–401
  328. Response to Rolfe G (2007), Nursing scholarship and the asymmetrical professor [Nurse Education in Practice, 7, 123–127]
  329. Quality of life and its predictors among Hong Kong Chinese patients with diabetes
  330. Ten-Year Survival and Cost Following Breast Cancer Recurrence: Estimates from SEER-Medicare Data
  331. Living with chronic heart failure: a review of qualitative studies of older people
  332. Chronic cardiovascular disease management: how can it be improved?
  333. Cohort Profile: The Nurses and Midwives e-Cohort Study--A Novel Electronic Longitudinal Study
  334. Chinese couples’ experiences during convalescence from a first heart attack: a focus group study
  335. Health care assistants-An oxymoron?
  336. Commentary on Darbyshire P, Downes M, Collins C & Dyer S (2005) Moving from institutional dependence to entrepreneurialism. Creating and funding a collaborative research and practice development position Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 926?934
  337. Psychosocial interventions in cardiovascular nursing
  338. Improving end-of-life care for patients with chronic heart failure
  339. Home-based versus hospital-based rehabilitation after myocardial infarction: A randomized trial with preference arms — Cornwall Heart Attack Rehabilitation Management Study (CHARMS)
  340. Home-based cardiac rehabilitation versus hospital-based rehabilitation: A cost effectiveness analysis
  341. New measure of health-related quality of life for patients with oropharyngeal mucositis
  342. What does the Cooksey report hold for nursing research in the UK?
  343. Nursing and midwifery: Time for an amicable divorce?
  344. Handmaiden or right-hand man: Is the relationship between doctors and nurses still therapeutic?
  345. The effect of cardiac rehabilitation on changing patients’ clinical outcomes
  346. Are all doctorates equal or are some “more equal than others”? An examination of which ones should be offered by schools of nursing
  347. The effect of ambulation after cardiac catheterization on patient outcomes
  348. Health-related quality of life of Chinese people with schizophrenia in Hong Kong and Taipei: A cross-sectional analysis
  349. Depression in Cardiac Patients: What can Nurses do about it?
  350. Cardiovascular Risk Estimation by Professionally Active Cardiovascular Nurses: Results from the Basel 2005 Nurses Cohort∗
  351. Commentary on SARS: caring for patients in Hong Kong. Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 510?517
  352. An examination of the psychometric properties of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES) in Chinese acute coronary syndrome (ACS) patients
  353. A Chinese Mandarin translation and validation of the Myocardial Infarction Dimensional Assessment Scale (MIDAS)
  354. Quality of life measures for depressed and non‐depressed Chinese older people
  355. A cross‐sectional study on the health related quality of life of depressed Chinese older people in Shanghai
  356. Perceived Benefits and Difficulties Experienced in a Mutual Support Group for Family Carers of People With Schizophrenia
  357. Heart Failure Management Programmes in Europe
  359. Use of factor analysis in Journal of Advanced Nursing: literature review
  360. The Psychometric Properties of the Chinese Version of the SF-36 Health Survey in Patients with Myocardial Infarction in Mainland China
  361. Review: aspirin was effective for primary prevention of stroke in women and MI in men but increased major bleeding
  362. International collaboration and sharing lessons learned
  363. Effects of a mutual support group for families of Chinese people with schizophrenia: 18-month follow-up
  364. Pharmacological Treatment and Perceived Health Status During 1-Year Follow Up in Patients Diagnosed with Coronary Artery Disease, But Ineligible for Revascularization: Results from the Euro Heart Survey on Coronary Revascularization
  365. Barriers to, and facilitators of, research utilisation: a survey of Hong Kong registered nurses
  366. The use of placebo in clinical nursing research
  367. Psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the diabetes empowerment scale
  368. Professors of nursing: What do they profess?
  369. Depression in Coronary Heart Disease Patients: Etiological and Screening Issues
  370. Nursing in Hong Kong: Issues and Challenges
  371. Prolonged Effects of a Home-Based Intervention in Patients With Chronic Illness
  372. The development of a new measure of quality of life for children with congenital cardiac disease
  373. Translation and validation of the Chinese version of the Charing Cross Venous Ulcer Questionnaire
  374. Nurse Specialists in Adult Congenital Heart Disease: The Current Status in Europe
  375. Factor structure of the Chinese version of the Geriatric Depression Scale
  376. The good old days of nurse training: Rose-tinted or jaundiced view?
  377. Quality of life in Chinese elderly people with depression
  378. Factors influencing Hong Kong Chinese patients' decision-making in seeking early treatment for acute myocardial infarction
  379. 30th anniversary commentary on Lai H.-L. & Good M. (2005) Music improves sleep quality in older adults. Journal of Advanced Nursing 49(3), 234-244
  380. Disease management programmes for older people with heart failure: crucial characteristics which improve post-discharge outcomes
  381. Patterns of anxiety and depression in people with heart disease treated with angioplasty
  382. Does it matter what patients think? The relationship between changes in patients' beliefs about angina and their psychological and functional status
  383. Do illness perceptions predict attendance at cardiac rehabilitation and quality of life following myocardial infarction?
  384. An unusual meta-regression approach with a high potential of misleading conclusions: reply
  385. Supporting Family Caregivers in Stroke Care: A Review of the Evidence for Problem Solving
  386. Editorial: The state of nursing in the United Kingdom
  387. Low dose aspirin lowered stroke risk but not risk of myocardial infarction or cardiovascular death in women
  388. The reliability and validity of the therapeutic activity index
  389. Measuring symptom prevalence, severity and distress of cancer survivors
  390. Effectiveness of a mutual support group for families of patients with schizophrenia
  391. The David Thompson phenomenon
  392. Quality-of-life measurement in chronic heart failure: do we take account of the patient perspective?
  394. Improving research supervision in nursing
  395. All bathwater and no baby: revisiting a national curriculum and state examination for nursing?
  396. The Euro Cardio-QoL Project. An international study to develop a core heart disease health-related quality of life questionnaire, the HeartQoL
  397. The clinical effectiveness of a multisensory therapy on clients with developmental disability
  398. The Facts on Nurses and Smoking
  399. Empowerment and metabolic control in patients with diabetes mellitus
  400. Commentary on Svedlund M and Danileson E (2004) Myocardial infarction: narrations by afflicted women and their partners of lived experiences in daily life following an acute myocardial infarction.Journal of Clinical Nursing13, 438-446
  401. Health-related quality of life in patients with congestive heart failure
  402. Effects of a nurse-led, clinic and home-based intervention on recurrent hospital use in chronic heart failure
  403. Changing the health-care workforce
  405. Patient teaching prior to coronary angiography in Hong Kong: a pilot study
  406. Lower limb ulcerations in older people in Hong Kong
  407. Determinants in the development of advanced nursing practice: a case study of primary-care settings in Hong Kong
  408. Collection of Health-Economic Data Alongside Clinical Trials: Is There a Future for Piggyback Evaluations?
  409. Correlates of psychological distress in elderly patients with congestive heart failure
  410. Research Partnerships and Collaboration in Cardiovascular Nursing
  411. An examination of the psychometric properties of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in Chinese patients with acute coronary syndrome
  412. Editorial: lntermultidisciplinarity... a new concept for nursing research
  413. Gender differences in self-esteem in Chinese acute coronary syndrome patients
  414. Commentary on Lau-Walker M. (2004) Cardiac rehabilitation: the importance of patient expectations - a practitioner survey. Journal of Clinical Nursing 13, 177-184
  415. Evidence‐Based Nursing in Asia: Enter the Tiger
  416. A randomized controlled trial of a mutual support group for family caregivers of patients with schizophrenia
  417. Systematic review of interventions to reduce delay in patients with suspected heart attack
  418. Secondary prevention and cardiac rehabilitation: have we got the terms right?
  419. Exercise-based rehabilitation for patients with coronary heart disease: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
  420. Broadening the Reach of Cardiac Rehabilitation to Rural and Remote Australia
  421. A Survey of Coronary Risk Factors and B-Type Natriuretic Peptide Concentrations in Cardiac Nurses from Europe: Do Nurses Still Practice what they Preach?
  422. The trojan horse of nurse education
  423. SARS - a perspective from a school of nursing in Hong Kong
  424. A validation study of the Cardiac Depression Scale (CDS) in a UK population
  425. Improving the Organisation and Delivery of Cardiac Rehabilitation
  426. Development of a Reliable and Valid Chinese Version of the Diabetes Empowerment Scale
  427. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Heart Disease: What Does Western Medicine and Nursing Science Know About It?
  428. Guest editorial
  429. Fostering a Research Culture in Nursing
  430. A confirmatory factor analysis of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in coronary care patients following acute myocardial infarction
  431. Editorial
  432. Assessing the information needs of post-myocardial infarction patients: a systematic review
  433. Advanced nursing practice: what is it?
  434. Development of the York Angina Beliefs Questionnaire
  435. The Yorkshire BARRIERS project: diagnostic analysis of barriers to research utilisation
  436. Writing for publication
  437. Treatment needs of patients admitted for acute chest pain
  438. Bewegungstherapeutische Rehabilitation bei koronarer Herzkrankheit
  439. Undertaking Nursing Interventions Throughout Europe: Research Activities of the Working Group on Cardiovascular Nursing of the European Society of Cardiology
  440. A survey of patients’ education and support needs while waiting for cardiac surgery [Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing 5 (4), 2001, 143–151]
  441. Cultural aspects of adjustment to coronary heart disease in Chinese-Australians: a review of the literature
  442. Acute care nurses' perceptions of barriers to using research information in clinical decision-making
  443. The hospital anxiety and depression scale in patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis: internal and test–retest reliability
  444. Improving cardiac rehabilitation: a view from the United Kingdom
  445. Effective nurse-led interventions in heart disease
  446. Faking a difference: evidence based nursing and the illusion of diversity
  447. Review
  448. A comparison of the illness beliefs of people with angina and their peers: a questionnaire study
  449. Welcome on Behalf of the Editors!
  450. Trial of the effects of an advice and relaxation tape given within the first 24 h of admission to hospital with acute myocardial infarction
  451. The Experiences and Needs of Gujarati Hindu Patients and Partners in the First Month after a Myocardial Infarction
  452. Nurse-Directed Services: How Can They be Made More Effective?
  453. Guideline-based early rehabilitation after myocardial infarction
  454. Research information in nurses' clinical decision-making: what is useful?
  455. The accessibility of research-based knowledge for nurses in United Kingdom acute care settings
  456. State of nursing in the United Kingdom in the new millennium
  457. Academic nursing - what is happening to it and where is it going?
  458. International Review
  459. The medical-care cost burden of obesity
  460. Health-related quality of life after myocardial infarction: an interview study
  461. Does dialysis adequacy impact on the quality of life of end-stage renal disease patients?
  462. Body Mass Index and Future Healthcare Costs: A Retrospective Cohort Study
  463. A Strategy for Nursing Research and Development
  464. Cardiac rehabilitation
  465. The effect of a coordinator on cardiac rehabilitation in a district general hospital
  466. Current issues in the economics of depression management
  467. Utility of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in patients with end-stage renal disease on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
  468. History and development of coronary care
  469. Just a minute
  470. Lifetime Health and Economic Consequences of Obesity
  471. Lifetime health and economic benefits of weight loss among obese persons.
  472. Making nursing research visible
  473. Management of otitis media among children in a large health insurance plan
  474. Estimated Economic Costs of Obesity to U.S. Business
  475. Risks and Benefits of Withdrawing Cyclosporine From the Long-Term Immunosuppression Regimen of Heart and Heart-Lung Transplant Recipients
  476. The implementation of multiprofessional guidelines for cardiac rehabilitation: a pilot study
  477. International comparison of awareness and attitudes towards coronary risk factor reduction: The HELP study1Originally published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Risk vol 4, p. 373. Reproduced with permission of the publishers.1
  478. The Soluble Interleukin-2 Receptor Predicts Mortality in Older Hospitalized Men
  479. Cardiac rehabilitation services in England and Wales: a national survey
  480. Adjusted-dose warfarin versus low-intensity, fixed-dose warfarin plus aspirin for high-risk patients with atrial fibrillation: Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation III randomised clinical trial
  481. Use of terfenadine and contraindicated drugs
  482. Estimated Effects of Reducing Dietary Saturated Fat Intake on the Incidence and Costs of Coronary Heart Disease in the United States
  483. Overview
  484. Administration of thrombolytic therapy to patients with acute myocardial infarction
  485. The experiences of patients and their partners 1 month after a heart attack*
  486. The care and rehabilitation of cardiac patients and their families: a report of a study tour of the USA
  487. A telephone survey of medical patients 1 week after discharge from hospital
  488. A report of a working group of the BCS: cardiology in the district hospital.
  489. Side effects with amiodarone therapy.
  490. The future of research in critical care nursing
  491. Coronary care unit patients' and nurses' ratings of intensity of ischaemic chest pain
  492. Editorial
  493. Authors' Reply
  494. An item analysis of a classification system for nurses' work methods
  495. Outcomes of Cefazolin versus Ceftriaxone Therapy in Treating Lower Respiratory Tract Infections in Adults
  496. The reactions of 40 patients unexpectedly admitted to hospital
  497. Editorial
  498. Cost-Effectiveness of Drug Therapy for Hypercholesterolaemia
  499. Circadian Variation in the Frequency of Onset of Chest Pain in Elderly Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction
  500. Acute myocardial infarction and day of the week
  501. Effect of in-hospital counseling on knowledge in myocardial infarction patients and spouses
  502. The development of a classification system for nurses' work methods
  503. In-hospital counselling for first-time myocardial infarction patients and spouses: effects on satisfaction
  504. Wives' responses to counselling early after myocardial infarction
  505. A prospective evaluation of in-hospital counselling for first time myocardial infarction men
  506. Effect of counselling on anxiety and depression in coronary patients
  507. Temporary transvenous cardiac pacing: 6 years experience in one coronary care unit.
  508. A randomized controlled trial of in-hospital nursing support for first time myocardial infarction patients and their partners: effects on anxiety and depression
  509. Advanced cardiac life support: Current perspectives
  510. Basic life support—The forgotten skills?
  511. Support of wives of myocardial infarction patients
  512. The influence of a positive environment on the attitudes of student nurses towards the nursing process
  513. Sleep in hospital
  514. Electrocardiographic monitoring II—Ambulatory monitoring
  515. Editorial comment
  516. Do indwelling cannulae on coronary care units need a heparin flush?
  517. Letters to the editor
  518. Time of onset of chest pain in acute myocardial infarction
  519. Nursing decision making in a coronary care unit
  520. Electrocardiographic monitoring I—static monitoring
  521. Specialized internodal pathways
  522. A trial of povidone-iodine ointment for the prevention of cannula thrombophlebitis
  523. Nurses' attitudes towards the nursing process
  524. Dietary advice and heart disease: a nursing dilemma?
  525. Anxiety in Coronary Patients
  526. Recording patients blood pressure: a review
  527. Sudden Death and Cardiac Disease
  528. The Art and Science of Research in Clinical Nursing