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Mcjobs And Pieces Of Flair: Teaching About Mcdonaldization. Podium/Regional, Linda Treiber Oct 2009

Mcjobs And Pieces Of Flair: Teaching About Mcdonaldization. Podium/Regional, Linda Treiber

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


Devastatingly Human: An Analysis Of Registered Nurses’ Medication Error Accounts. Podium/National, Linda Treiber, Jackie Jones Oct 2009

Devastatingly Human: An Analysis Of Registered Nurses’ Medication Error Accounts. Podium/National, Linda Treiber, Jackie Jones

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


Work As A Haven: The Role Of ‘Workplace Family’ Support On Worker Health Outcomes. Roundtable/National, Linda Treiber, Shannon Davis Aug 2009

Work As A Haven: The Role Of ‘Workplace Family’ Support On Worker Health Outcomes. Roundtable/National, Linda Treiber, Shannon Davis

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


Get A Second Opinion: Patient Trust And Medical Error. Roundtable/National, Linda Treiber Aug 2009

Get A Second Opinion: Patient Trust And Medical Error. Roundtable/National, Linda Treiber

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


Nursing Diagnosis: Oxymoron Or Valuable Tool? Podium/Regional, Linda Treiber Apr 2009

Nursing Diagnosis: Oxymoron Or Valuable Tool? Podium/Regional, Linda Treiber

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


When The Five Rights Go Wrong: Medication Errors From The Nurse’S Perspective. Podium/Regional, Jackie Jones, Linda Treiber Feb 2009

When The Five Rights Go Wrong: Medication Errors From The Nurse’S Perspective. Podium/Regional, Jackie Jones, Linda Treiber

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


Florence Nightingale, Linda Treiber Dec 2008

Florence Nightingale, Linda Treiber

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


Infant Mortality, Linda Treiber Dec 2008

Infant Mortality, Linda Treiber

Linda A. Treiber

No abstract provided.


Safety Or Control? Workplace Organization And Occupational Health, Linda A. Treiber Dec 2008

Safety Or Control? Workplace Organization And Occupational Health, Linda A. Treiber

Linda A. Treiber

Using labor process theory and epidemiologic models as a framework, this study analyzed relationships between task exposures, worker labor process control, perceived safety climate, and three dependent measures of adverse occupational health: workplace injury, exhaustion, and health status among a national sample of employed adults (n = 1,607). Multivariate analyses confirmed that task demands of heavy labor were associated with workplace injury above baseline individual and job characteristics. Consistent with previous research, results indicated worker control was associated with increased health. Reliable co-workers were associated with less exhaustion, and working fast was associated with greater exhaustion. My results implied that ...