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and highest (best) quartile. These quartiles were established separately for European and US hospitals.We measured nurse burnout with the emotional exhaustion subscale of the Maslach burnout inventory,26 an instrument with established reliability and validity in international research.22 Other nurse outcomes and nurse reported measures were derived from survey items, as done in previous studies of US hospitals,10 to contrast between nurses who were dissatisfied or satisfied with their jobs; who intended or did not intend to leave their job in the next year; who reported that the quality of care on their ward was fair or poor rather than good or excellent; who were confident or less than confident that patients could manage their own care when discharged; and who were confident or less than confident that hospital management would resolve patient care problems.Using an item from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s hospital survey on patient safety culture,27 nurses gave their ward an overall grade on patient safety. With this information, we could compare nurses who gave poor or failing grades with those who gave excellent, very good, or acceptable grades.

With childhood obesity at all time highs and a wide range of cultural norms that do anything but encourage health in either us or our children most parents are trying to figure out ways to swim against modern currents and provide something a little better for their children. The thing is, however, that the components that create a healthy lifestyle for young people are no different than they were forty years ago. We all know what kids need, but we make it complicated and look for a faster, easier way to get it..

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