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Chronic Kidney Disease Educational Sessions assessment of current practices and attendance barriers and facilitators Della Connor

By: Connor, Della.
Contributor(s): The University of Texas at Tyler.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Tyler, Tex. University of Texas at Tyler 2012Description: ix, 98 pages.Subject(s): Chronic renal failure | School attendance | Nursing -- Study and teaching | NursingOnline resources: Dissertation Dissertation note: Dissertation (PhD) - University of Texas at Tyler, 2012. Summary: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) educational sessions, whether part of a multidisciplinary plan of care or separate entities, have been increasingly utilized over the last 20 years. Although literature reviews exist in which randomized controlled studies concerning CKD educational sessions are addressed, none of the studies reviewed specifically addressed the low attendance rates of CKD educational sessions. The purpose of this research was to describe current and recommended CKD (predialysis) educational interventions and outcomes in controlled and multidisciplinary studies, examine documented issues related to attendance, and determine barriers and facilitators that affect attendance at educational sessions for CKD patients.
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University Archives & Special Collections RC918.R4 .C66 2012 (Browse shelf) http://hdl.handle.net/10950/78 Available 851595161

Dissertation (PhD) - University of Texas at Tyler, 2012.

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) educational sessions, whether part of a multidisciplinary plan of care or separate entities, have been increasingly utilized over the last 20 years. Although literature reviews exist in which randomized controlled studies concerning CKD educational sessions are addressed, none of the studies reviewed specifically addressed the low attendance rates of CKD educational sessions. The purpose of this research was to describe current and recommended CKD (predialysis) educational interventions and outcomes in controlled and multidisciplinary studies, examine documented issues related to attendance, and determine barriers and facilitators that affect attendance at educational sessions for CKD patients.

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