Jonathan Christiana is an Addiction Medicine Physician in BROCKTON, MA. Jonathan evaluates patients using many different procedures, in order to determine what treatments must be carried out in order to properly assess their symptoms. Addiction Medicine Physicians provide medical care in addition to consultation for each patient and their families.
- Best practices in urinary catheter care.
- Out of the black box: expansion of a theory-based intervention to self-manage the
- The needs for men undergoing active surveillance (AS) for prostate cancer: results of a focus group study.
- Effect of a geriatric nurse education program on the knowledge, attitudes, and certification of hospital nurses.
- Older adults and HIV and STI screening: the patient perspective.
- Current issues in prostate cancer. Introduction.
- Prostate cancer overview.
- Erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence after prostate cancer treatment.
- Responding to the silver tsunami with progressive and exciting educational initiatives.
- The role of spiritual nursing interventions on improved outcomes in older adults with dementia.
- Validity and reliability of the geriatric sexuality inventory.
- Sexuality in older adults: changing misconceptions.
- Time to publish, not perish.
- Destination to nowhere: a new look at aggressive treatment for heart failure--a case study.
- Transformational learning in graduate nurse education through podcasting.
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