Dr. Robert Havard is a hematology internist practicing in SALT LAKE CITY, UT. Dr. Havard specializes in cases of suspected blood disorders when a diagnosis is unclear and further medical care is needed. Hematology internists work with other specialists such as surgeons, radiation therapists and gynecologists in order to get a better understanding on the cases. Often, patients are asked to participate in clinical research that could result in more efficient treatment methods.
- A new era in home care.
- Home care nursing for older adults: state of the science.
- (Mis)conceptions and reconceptions about traditional science.
- Mutuality and preparedness moderate the effects of caregiving demand on cancer family caregiver outcomes.
- Effects of caregiving demand, mutuality, and preparedness on family caregiver outcomes during cancer treatment.
- Symptom experience of family caregivers of patients with cancer.
- Issues in home health nursing education.
- Care transitions: integrating transition theory and complexity science concepts.
- The state of the science of family caregiver-care receiver mutuality: a systematic review.
- Caregiving demand and difficulty in older adult spousal caregivers after coronary artery bypass surgery.
- Intervention fidelity in a translational study: lessons learned.
- Couples' Experiences With Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors After Cardiac Rehabilitation.
- Transitions: a central concept in nursing.
- The stress process in family caregivers of persons receiving chemotherapy.
- Family caregiver role acquisition: role-making through situated interaction.
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