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2012-10Inflammatory and thrombotic changes in early bereavement: a prospective evaluation.Buckley, T; Morel-Kopp, M-C; Ward, C; Bartrop, R; McKinley, S; Mihailidou, AS; Spinaze, M; Chen, W; Tofler, G
2013-12-03Patient comfort in the intensive care unit: A multicentre, binational point prevalence study of analgesia, sedation and delirium managementElliott, D; Aitken, LM; Bucknall, TK; Seppelt, IM; Webb, SAR; Weisbrodt, L; McKinley, S
2010-11-19Persistent comorbid symptoms of depression and anxiety predict mortality in heart diseaseDoering, LV; Moser, DK; Riegel, B; McKinley, S; Davidson, P; Baker, H; Meischke, H; Dracup, K
2012-11-01Effect of early bereavement on heart rate and heart rate variability.Buckley, T; Stannard, A; Bartrop, R; McKinley, S; Ward, C; Mihailidou, AS; Morel-Kopp, M-C; Spinaze, M; Tofler, G
2017-03-01Sleep during and after cardiothoracic intensive care and psychological health during recoveryCaruana, N; McKinley, S; Elliott, R; Gholizadeh, L
2008-06-01Effective strategies for implementing a multicenter international clinical trialAitken, LM; Pelter, MM; Carlson, B; Marshall, AP; Cross, R; McKinley, S; Dracup, K
2003-01-01Effects of gender and preference for information and control on anxiety early after myocardial infarction.Garvin, BJ; Moser, DK; Riegel, B; McKinley, S; Doering, L; An, K
2010-03-01Evidence that the brief symptom inventory can be used to measure anxiety quickly and reliably in patients hospitalized for acute myocardial infarctionAbu Ruz, ME; Lennie, TA; Riegel, B; McKinley, S; Doering, LV; Moser, DK
2011-03-01Comparison of 'think aloud' and observation as data collection methods in the study of decision making regarding sedation in intensive care patientsAitken, LM; Marshall, A; Elliott, R; McKinley, S
2006-04-01Adoption of a sedation scoring system and sedation guideline in an intensive care unitElliott, R; McKinley, S; Aitken, L
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