Donna Z. Bliss, PhD, RN, FAAN, FGSA

Professor, School of Nursing

Donna Z. Bliss

Contact Info

bliss@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-624-1425

Fax 612-625-7180

Office Address:
6-189A Weaver-Densford Hall

Mailing Address:
School of Nursing
University of Minnesota
5-140 Weaver-Densford Hall
308 Harvard Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Professor, School of Nursing

Horace T. Morse Alumni Association Distinguished Teacher

School of Nursing Foundation Research Professor


PhD, University of Pennsylvania (Nursing), 1991

MSN, University of Pennsylvania (Nursing - Critical Care), 1985

BSN, Villanova University (Nursing), 1981

Certification:

CCRN, 1984-2001; alumna CCRN

Summary

Professional Associations

Research

Research Summary/Interests

  • Use of mobile and web-based health interventions/apps and technology for promoting health self-management
  • Symptom management of chronic conditions in adults and older adults
  • Fecal/dual incontinence, associated skin problems (dermatitis, Pressure injury) 
  • Health disparities

Research areas include assessment, prevention, and promotion of symptom and self-management of chronic conditions in adults and older adults; health disparities; and health literacy. Developing mobile app/web-based interventions, tools and health technologies are among her interests. Dr. Bliss has expertise with multiple designs including clinical trials, analyzing large/secondary datasets, developing and testing tools, survey research. She has led clinical research in community, long-term care, and hospital settings. Dr. Bliss' research has been supported by NIH, foundation, and corporate funding for more than 20 years.

Research Funding Grants

Research and Education Grants:

Title of Project: Disparities in incontinence and perineal skin damage in nursing home elderly.
Funding Agency: NINR, NIH – R01
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2009-2015

Title of Project: Skin pH and Curly Fiber of Incontinence Pads
Funding Agency: Hartmann
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2015

Title of Project: Serious Game Educational Module for IASD
Assessment and Risk Factors for Long Term Care Nursing Staff
Funding Agency: Vital Sims
Role: Subcontract Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2014-2015

Title of Project: Testing of the Incontinence Associated Skin Damage (IASD.D.2) Instrument by Hospital Nurses
Funding Agency: U of MN funds
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2015

Title of Project: Systematic Review for Fecal Incontinence Treatment
Funding Agency: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 2014-2015

Title of Project: Director of national Center for Clinical Investigation
Funding Agency: Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society
Ostomy and Continence Nurses’ Society Foundation
Dates: 2005 – 2015

Title of Project: Further Testing of the IADS.D.2 Instrument to Assess Incontinence Associated Skin Damage by WOC Nurses
Funding Agency: Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society- Sage Inc.
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2014

Title of Project: Self-Sealing Therapy Ostomy System (SBRI Phases 1 and 2)
Funding Agency: National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), NIH (SBRI)
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 2010-2012

Title of Project: Impact of a Certified Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse on Wounds and Incontinence Outcomes for Home Health Care Patients
Funding Agency: Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 2009-2011

Title of Project: Clostridium difficile Associated Diarrhea, Prevention and Treatment Comparative Effectiveness Review
Funding Agency: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 2009-2011

Title of Project: The experience of community-living men with fecal incontinence
Funding Agency: Association of Rehabilitation Nurses.
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 2009-2011

Title of Project: Raising literacy and capacity for incontinence and skin care in dementia
Funding Agency: NINR (primary), NICHHD (secondary), NIH (R03)
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2008-2011

Title of Project: Impact of Fiber Fermentation on Fecal Incontinence Funding Agency: NIH/NINR-R01
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 6/03-2/08

Title of Project: Center for Health Trajectory Research
Funding Agency: NIH/NINR (P20)
Role: Pilot Core Director
Project Dates: 6/22/2005-4/30/2010

Title of Project: Prevention of Fecal and Urinary Incontinence in Adults Systematic Review
Funding Agency: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2006-2008

Title of Project: Use of ARD Anoperineal Dressing for Fecal Incontinence
Funding Agency: Birchwood Laboratories
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 4/1/06-8/31/06

Title of Project: Center for Health Trajectory Research
Funding Agency: NIH/NINR (P20)
Role: Pilot Core Director
Project Dates: 6/22/2005-4/30/2010

Title of Project: NIS Multi-Country Partnerships Program for Nursing Education and Leadership Development
Funding Agency: American International Health Alliance (USAID Prime)
Role: co-Investigator
Project Dates: 03/2004-09/2006

Title of Project: Evaluation of Characteristics and Typical Usage of Incontinent Products for Fecal Incontinence
Funding Agency: Kimberly-Clark (subcontract to NIH grant)
Role: PrincipalInvestigator
Project Dates: 1/1/2004-6/30/2008

Title of Project: Impact of Fiber Fermentation on Fecal Incontinence
Funding Agency: NIH/NINR-R01
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 6/03-2/08

Title of Project: Skin Health of Critically-Ill Adults
Funding Agency: Twin Cities Chapter, Amer Assoc of Critical Care Nurses' Medtronic Research Award
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2003-2004

Title of Project: Economic Evaluation of Skin Damage Prevention Regimens
Funding Agency: 3M Corporation
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 3/03-12/03

Title of Project: Cross-National Study of Nursing Care Practices for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence in Japanese and American Nursing Homes
Funding Agency: Yamagata University and Pfizer Corp.
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 5/00-4/02

Title of Project: Experience of Women Managing Fecal Incontinence
Funding Agency: American Nurses Foundation
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2000-2001

Title of Project: Prevalence and Correlates of Skin Problems Associated with Incontinence in Nursing Home Elders
Funding Agency: Academic Health Center Faculty Seed Grant Program
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 6/1/00-5/31/01

Title of Project: Perineal Dermatitis in Nursing Home Elderly
Funding Agency: 3M Corporation
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 4/15/00-4/14/01

Title of Project: Skin Problems in Nursing Home Elders with Incontinence
Funding Agency: American Nurses Foundation
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 10/1/00-9/30/01

Title of Project: Perineal Dermatitis in Nursing Home Elders with Incontinence: A Pilot Study
Funding Agency: Gerontological Nursing Interventions Research Center, College of Nursing, Univ. of IA
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 2000-2001

Title of Project: Clinical Research Curriculum Award
Funding Agency: NIH
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 2000

Title of Project: Skin problems related to fecal incontinence and urinary incontinence
Funding Agency: 3M Corporation
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 1999-2002

Title of Project: Fecal Incontinence: Epidemiology and Self Care in Elders at Managed Care Clinics
Funding Agency: U of MN Graduate School Grant-In-Aid
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 12/16/97-12/15/98

Publications

Selected Publications:

  • Bliss, D.Z., Gurvich, O, Eberly, L.E., ., Savik, K., Harms, S., Wyman, J.F., Mueller, C.A., Virnig, B., WIltzen, K. W. (2016). Racial Disparities in Primary Prevention of Incontinence. Neurourology and Urodynamics. DOI 10.1002/nau.23065.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Gurvich, O, Mathiason, M.A., Eberly, L.E., ., Savik, K., Harms, S., Mueller, C.A., Wyman, J.F., Virnig, B. (2016). Prevention of Incontinence-Associated Skin Damage in Nursing Homes: Disparities and Predictors. Western Journal of Nursing Research. DOI:10.1177/0193945916666065
  • Mullins, J., Bliss, D.Z., Rolnick, C., Henre, C.A., Jackson, J. (2016). Barriers to Communication with a Healthcare Provider and Health Literacy about Incontinence among Informal Caregivers of Individuals with Dementia. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 43, 539-546.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Harms, S., Eberly, L.E., Savik, K., Gurvich, O., Wyman, J.F., Mueller, C.A., Virnig, B. (2015). Social Engagement after Nursing Home Admission: Racial and Ethnic Disparities and Risk Factors. Journal of Applied Gerontology. DOI: 10.1177/0733464815617285.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Gurvich, O., Savik, K., Eberly, L.E., Harms, S., Wyman, J.F., Mueller, C.A., Garrad, J.M, Virnig, B. (2015). Development of Incontinence in Nursing Home Residents: Racial and Ethnic Disparities and Risk Factors. Research in Nursing and Health, 38, 449-461. DOI: 10.1002/nur.21680.
  • Eberly, L.E., Cunanan, K., Gurvich, O., Savik, K., Bliss, D.Z., Wyman, J.F. (2015) Methods to Assess Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health for Nursing Research. Research in Nursing and Health, 38, 500-508. DOI: 10.1002 nur.21679.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Funk, T., Jacobson, M., Savik, K. (2015). Incidence and characteristics of incontinence associated dermatitis in community-living individuals with fecal incontinence. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing 42, 525-530.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Gurvich, O., Savik, K., Eberly, L.E., Harms, S., Wyman, J.F. (2014). Racial and ethnic disparities in time to cure of incontinence present at nursing home admission. The Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice 7(3), 96-113.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K., Jung, H-J.G., Whitebird, R., Lowry, A., Sheng, X. (2014). Dietary fiber supplementation for fecal incontinence: A randomized clinical trial. Research in Nursing and Health. DOI: 10.1002/nur.21616* ** Winner of RINAH 2014 research manuscript of the year.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Gurvich, O., Savik, K., Eberly, L.E., Harms, S., Mueller, C.A., Wyman, J.F., Garrad, J.M., Virnig, B. (2014). Are there racial-ethnic disparities in time to pressure ulcer development and pressure ulcer treatment in older adults after nursing home admission? Journal of Aging and Health. DOI: 10.1177/0898264314553895.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Hurlow, J., Cefalu, J., Mahlum, L., Borchert, K., Savik, K. (2014). Refinement of a tool for assessing incontinence associated dermatitis and its severity for use with darker-toned skin. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 41, 365-370.
  • Wilde, M.H., Bliss, D.Z., Booth, J., Cheater, F.M., Tannenbaum, C. (2014). Self-Management of urinary and fecal incontinence. American Journal of Nursing, 114(1), 38-45.
  • Harms, S., Bliss, D.Z., Garrad, J.M., Cunanan, K., Savik, K., Gurvich, O., Mueller, C.A., Wyman, J.F., Eberly, L., Virnig, B. (2014). Prevalence of pressure ulcers by race and ethnicity for older people admitted to nursing homes. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 40(3), 20-26. DOI: 10.3928/00989134-20131028- 04.
  • Rolnick, S.J., Bliss, D.Z., Jackson, J.M. (2013). Healthcare providers’ perspectives for promoting communication with family caregivers and patients with dementia about incontinence and skin damage. Ostomy Wound Management, 59(4), 62–67.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Jung, H-J.G., Weimer, P., Savik, K. (2013). In vitro degradation and fermentation of three dietary fiber sources by human colonic bacteria. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 61, 4614–4621.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Rolnick, C., Jackson, J., Arntson, C., Mullins, B.A, Hepburn, K. (2013). Health literacy needs related to incontinence and skin damage among family and friend caregivers of individuals with dementia. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 40, 515-523
  • Eberly, L.E., Hodges, J.S., Savik, K., Gurvich, O., Mueller, C., Bliss, D. (2013). Extending the Peters-Belson approach for assessing disparities to right censored time-to- event outcomes. Statistics in Medicine, 32(23), 4006-4020.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Harms, S., Garrad, J.M., Savik, K., Gurvich, O., Wyman, J.F., Mueller, C.A., Virnig, B., Cunanan, K. (2013). Prevalence of incontinence by race and ethnicity of older people admitted to nursing homes. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 14, 451.e1-451.e7.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Westra, B.L., Savik, K., Hou, Y. (2013). Effectiveness of wound, ostomy, and continence certified nurses on individual patient outcomes in home health care. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 40(1), 25-33.
  • Rohwer, K., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K. (2013). Incontinence associated dermatitis in community-living individuals with fecal incontinence. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 40(4), 184-184.
  • Peden-McAlpine, C., Bliss, D.Z., Sherman, S., Becker, B. (2012). The experience of community living men with fecal incontinence. Journal of Rehabilitation Nursing, 37(6), 298-307. Doi/10.1002/rnj.38/pdf.
  • Gray, M., Beeckman, D., Bliss, D.Z., Fader, M., Logan, S., Junkin, J., Selekof, J., Doughty, D., Kurz, P. (2012). Incontinence-associated dermatitis: A comprehensive review and update. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 39(1), 61-74.
  • Doughty, D., Junkin, J., Kurz, P., Selekof, J., Gray, M., Fader, M., Bliss, D.Z., Beeckman, D. Logan, S. (2012). Incontinence-associated dermatitis: Consensus statements, evidence-based guidelines for prevention and treatment, and current challenges. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 39(3), 303-315.
  • Powers, J. & Bliss, D.Z. (2012). Product options for faecal incontinence management in acute care. Journal of World Council of Enterostomal Therapy, 32(1), 20-23.
  • Drekionja, D., Butler, M. Bliss, D., Filice, G., Rector, T.S. MacDonald, R., Wilt, T.J. Comparative effectiveness of Clostridium difficile treatment: A systematic review. Annals of Internal Medicine, 155(12), 839-847.
  • Butler, M., Bliss, D., Filice, G., Tector, T., MacDonald, R., Wilt, T. (2011). Effectiveness of early diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of Clostridium difficile infection. Comparative Effectiveness Review No. 31 (prepared by the Minnesota Evidence-based Practice Center under contract No. 290-02- 0009). AHRQ Publication No. 11(12)-EHC051- EF. Rockville, MD. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. December 2011.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K., Jung, H.J., Whitebird, R., Lowry, A. (2011). Symptoms associated with dietary fiber supplementation over time in individuals with fecal incontinence. Nursing Research, 60(3 Suppl), S58-S67.
  • Colwell, C.C., Ratliff, C.R., Goldberg, M., Baharestani, M.M., Bliss, D.Z., Gray, M., Kennedy-Evans, K.L., Logan, S., Black, J.M. (2011). MASD Part 3: Peristomal moisture-associated dermatitis: A consensus. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 541-553.
  • Black, J., Gray, M., Bliss, D.Z., Kennedy-Evans, K.L., Logan, S., Baharestani, M.M., Colwell, J.C., Goldberg, M., Ratliff, C.R. (2011). MASD Part 2: Incontinence associated dermatitis and intriginous dermatitis: A consensus. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 38(4), 359-369.
  • Gray, M., Black, J., Baharestani, M.M., Bliss, D.Z., Colwell, J.C., Goldberg, M., Kennedy-Evans, K.L., Logan, S., Ratliff, C.R. (2011). Moisture-associated skin damage: Overview and pathophysiology. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 38(3), 233-241.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Powers, J. (2011). Fecal incontinence and its associated problems in hospitalized patients: Need for nursing management. Journal of World Council of Enterostomal Therapy, 31(2), 35-39.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K.,Thorson, M.A.L., Ehman, S., Lebak, K., Beilman, G. (2011). Incontinence associated dermatitis in critically ill adults: Time to develop, severity and risk factors. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 38(4), 433-445. * **
  • Hurlow, J., & Bliss, D.Z. (2011). Dry skin in older adults. Geriatric Nursing, 32(4), 257-262.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Lewis, J., Hasselman, K., Savik, K., Lowry, A., Whitebird, R. (2011). Use and evaluation of disposable absorbent products for managing fecal incontinence by community-living people. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 38(3), 289-297.
  • Westra, B.L., Savik, K., Oancea, C., Choromanski, L., Holmes, J.H., Bliss, D. (2011). Predicting improvement in urinary and bowel incontinence for home health patients using electronic health record data. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 38(1), 77-87.
  • Norton, C., Whitehead, W.E., Bliss, D.Z., Harari, D., Lang, J. (2010). Management of fecal incontinence in adults. Neurology & Urodynamics, 29(1), 199-206.
  • Whitebird, R., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K., Lowry, A., Jung, H.J. (2010). Comparing community and specialty provider-based recruitment for a randomized clinical trial on fecal incontinence: The fiber study. Research in Nursing and Health, 33(6), 500-511. Doi:10.1002/nur.20408.
  • Croswell, E., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K. (2010). Diet and eating pattern modifications used by community living adults to manage their fecal incontinence. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 37(6), 677-682.
  • Borchert, K., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K., Radosevich, D.M. (2010). The Incontinence associated dermatitis and its severity instrument. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 37(5), 527-535. Doi: 10.1097/WOM.0b013e3181edac3e.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Norton, C. (2010). Conservative management of fecal incontinence (CEU offering). American Journal of Nursing, 110(9), 30-38.
  • Manthey, A., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K., Lowry, A., Whitebird, R. (2010). Goals of fecal incontinence management in community-living individuals. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32(5), 644-661.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Norton, C.,Vodusek, D.B. (2010). Raising awareness about fecal incontinence. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 29(4), 612-615.
  • Fader, M., Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Norton, C., Moore, K. (2010). Continence products: Research priorities to improve the lives of people with urinary and/or faecal leakage. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 29(4), 640-644.
  • Patel, K., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K. (2010). Health literacy and emotional responses related to fecal incontinence. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 37(1), 73-79.
  • Shamliyan, T.A., Bliss, D.Z., Du, J., Ping, R., Wilt, T.J., Kane, R.L., (2009). Prevalence and risk factors of fecal incontinence in community-dwelling men. Reviews in Gastroenterological Disorders, 9(4), E97-E110. * **
  • Shamliyan, T.A., Kane, R.L., Wyman, J.F., Bliss, D.Z., Wilt, T.J., Du, J. (2009). Urinary and fecal incontinence related to pregnancy and birth. Journal of Medicine, 2(3), 175-187.
  • Peden-McAlpine, C., Bliss, D.Z., Hill, J. (2008). The experience of community-living women managing fecal incontinence. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 30(7), 817-835.
  • Fisher, K., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K. (2008). Comparison of recall and daily self-report of fecal incontinence severity. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 35(5), 515-520.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K. (2008). Use of an absorbent dressing specifically for fecal incontinence. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 35(2), 221-228.
  • Toth, A., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K., Wyman, J.W. (2008). Validating MDS data about risks for perineal dermatitis by comparing with nursing home records. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 34(5), 12-18.
  • Thorson, M.L., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K. (2008). Re-examination of risk factors for non-Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea in hospitalized patients. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 62(3), 354-364.
  • Shamliyan, T., Wyman, J., Bliss, D.Z., Kane, R.L., Wilt, T.J. (2007). Prevention of urinary and fecal incontinence in adults. Evidence Report/Technology Assessment No. 161 (Prepared by the Minnesota Evidence-based Practice Center under Contract No. 290-02- 0009.) AHRQ Publication No. 08-E003. Rockville, MD. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. December 2007.
  • Gray M, Bliss DZ, Doughty DB, Ermer-Seltun J, Kennedy-Evans KL, Palmer MH. (2007). Incontinence-associated dermatitis: A consensus. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, & Continence Nursing. 34(1):45-54; quiz 55-56.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Zeherer, C., Savik, K., Smith, G., Hedblom, E. (2007). An economic evaluation of four skin damage prevention regimens among nursing home residents with incontinence. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 34(2), 143-152.
  • Haugen, V., Bliss, D.Z., Savik, K. (2006). Perioperative Factors that affect long-term adjustment to an incontinent ostomy. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 33(5), 525-535.
  • Bliss, D.Z., Zehrer, C., Savik, K. Thayer, D., & Smith, G. (2006). Incontinence-associated skin damage in nursing home residents: A secondary analysis of a prospective, multicenter study. Ostomy Wound Management, 52(12), 46-55.
  • Bliss, D. Z., Savik, K., Harms, S., Fan, Q., & Wyman, J. F. (2006). Prevalence and correlates of perineal dermatitis in nursing home residents. Nursing Research, 55(4), 243-251.
  • Whitebird, R., Bliss, D. Z., Hase, K. & Savik, K. (2006). Community-based recruitment and enrollment for a clinical trial on the sensitive issue of fecal incontinence: The fiber study. Research in Nursing and Health, 29, 233-243.
  • Hansen, J.L., Bliss, D.Z., & Peden-McAlpine, C. (2006). Dietary strategies used by women managing fecal incontinence. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 33(1), 52-62.
  • Book Chapters
  • Bliss, D.Z., Mellgren, A, Whitehead, W.E., Chiarioni, G., Emmanuel, A., Santoro, G., Zbar, A., Peden-McAlpine, C., Northwood, M., Sliekerten-Hove, M., Berghmans, B., & Mimura, T. (2013). Assessment and conservative management of faecal incontinence and quality of life in adults. In P. Abrams, L. Cardoso, S. Khoury, & A. Wein (Eds.), Incontinence (5th ed.). The Netherlands: ICUD-EAU Publishers.
  • Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Buckley, B., Fader, M., Gartley, C., Hayder D., Ostaszkiewicz.J., & Wilde, M. (2013). Management using continence products. Assessment and conservative management of faecal incontinence and quality of life in adults. In P. Abrams, L. Cardoso, S. Khoury, & A. Wein (Eds), Incontinence, (5th ed.). The Netherlands: ICUD-EAU Publishers.

Teaching

Academic Interests and Focus

Symptom and self-management of chronic health conditions in adults and older adults; Research design and methods; Gerontological and critical care nursing

Media

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