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Title: Nursing Care in Lebanon : A Nursing Perspective
Authors: Badr, Lina Kurdahi
Abdallah, Bahia 
Purdy, Isabell B.
Affiliations: Nursing Program 
Keywords: High risk
Quality care
Issue Date: 2011
Part of: Newborn and infant nursing reviews
Volume: 11
Issue: 2
Start page: 88
End page: 94
This article describes nursing care of high-risk infants in Lebanon based on the actual observation of nine neonatal intensive care units. Observations are based on key drivers of quality-of-care initiatives encouraged for infants requiring care in the neonatal intensive care unit and their families. Discussion of quality of care described is based on national and international research leading to gold standards set forth in policies, procedures, and guidelines. The presence or lack of specific key drivers of high-level quality care is compared with evidence-based benchmarks for performance improvement in a variety of categories provided herein.
DOI: 10.1053/j.nainr.2011.04.006
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Type: Journal Article
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