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Hua Yin, Ling Yang and Qiao Ye

of included studies. Author (date published) Journal Setting Sample Intervention group Control group Outcomes Duration of the study Notes Smith et al. (1999) Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine Adelaide, Australia Patients with principal diagnosis of COPD attending The Queen Elizabeth Hospital ( N =96) Patients received home-based nursing interventions including condition monitor, education, and early identification of exacerbations after leaving the hospital Patients received usual care and education from

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Rui Chen and Yi-Lan Liu

/co-workers, nursing leadership, local/world communities, the environment, and Web-based interactions. 28 The course created for nurse educators at Inova Alexandria Hospital 41 was a noteworthy exception. It not only focused on offering a caring training for nurse educators to help them influence nurses in their wards but also had a continuing caring training last along for 3 years to make sure that affective growth occurred for both clinicians and educators. Implementation included core content in a 30-minute training session, large-scale leadership conferences, and consistent