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Complaints from patients and their family members could signal future violence against nurses and should not be ignored, suggests new research from the University of British Columbia.
By tracking and addressing such complaints, hospitals and other health care organizations can help curb aggressive behaviour towards their employees.
Dr. Alison Phinney leads project to help Canadians living with dementia and their caregivers
The UBC School of Nursing is producing leading research dedicated to advancing health and health care. The 2018/2019 Research Report chronicles the past year including research achievements and outputs. There are individual awards, bibliometrics, media mentions and a feature detailing some new and exciting research partnerships.
We are proud to acknowledge that Dr Leah Lambert was awarded a CIHR-MSFHR-BC Cancer Health System Impact Fellowship in September 2019 for her postdoctoral project Interpreting and addressing barriers impeding effective care transitions for women diagnosed with breast cancer in British Columbia.
The 51st annual Marion Woodward Lecture focuses on direct and indirect implications of technology in health care. This lecture happens at a time of celebrating the past, taking place during the 2019 Centenary year for the School of Nursing, while also looking toward the future years to come.