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Aimee Castro
Aimee Castro
PhD candidate, McGill University
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Research capacity in nursing: a concept analysis based on a scoping review
Q Chen, M Sun, S Tang, AR Castro
BMJ open 9 (11), e032356, 2019
262019
Nursing lives in the blogosphere: A thematic analysis of anonymous online nursing narratives
A Castro, G Andrews
Journal of advanced nursing 74 (2), 329-338, 2018
192018
A case study of Gavi's human papillomavirus vaccine support programme
A Castro, M Cinà, M Helmer-Smith, C Vlček, C Oghor, D Cazabon
Journal of Health Specialties 5 (1), 2, 2017
132017
The day‐to‐day experiences of caring for children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta: A qualitative descriptive study
AR Castro, J Marinello, K Chougui, M Morand, C Bilodeau, A Tsimicalis
Journal of clinical nursing 29 (15-16), 2999-3011, 2020
92020
Exploring the views of osteogenesis imperfecta caregivers on internet-based technologies: Qualitative descriptive study
AR Castro, K Chougui, C Bilodeau, A Tsimicalis
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (12), e15924, 2019
72019
Shifting priorities for the survival of my child: managing expenses, increasing debt, and tapping into available resources to maintain the financial stability of the family
A Tsimicalis, B Stevens, WJ Ungar, A Castro, M Greenberg, R Barr
Cancer Nursing 43 (2), 147-157, 2020
62020
Instruments for measuring nursing research competence: a protocol for a scoping review
Q Chen, C Huang, AR Castro, S Tang
BMJ open 11 (2), e042325, 2021
52021
Effects of a blended emergent research training programme for clinical nurses on nursing research competence and critical thinking (Part 2): A quasi‐experimental study
Q Chen, S Tang, D Liu, C Zhou, AR Castro, S Jiang, C Huang, J Chen
Journal of Clinical Nursing 31 (5-6), 755-769, 2022
22022
Development of a blended emergent research training program for clinical nurses (part 1)
Q Chen, Z Li, S Tang, C Zhou, AR Castro, S Jiang, C Huang, J Xiao
BMC nursing 21 (1), 1-9, 2022
12022
Protocol: Psychometric properties of disease-specific health-related quality of life (HRQoL) instruments for food allergy and food intolerance: protocol for a COSMIN-based …
Q Chen, Z Li, A Castro, S Tang, J Chen, C Huang, J Xiao, H Liu, J Ding
BMJ Open 12 (1), 2022
12022
Beware of Discharge: A Case Exploring the Ethics of Societal Expectations Placed on Families at Hospital Discharge
AR Castro, A Tsimicalis
Home Healthcare Now 38 (2), 98-104, 2020
12020
“Informal Caregiver” in Nursing: An Evolutionary Concept Analysis
AR Castro, A Arnaert, K Moffatt, J Kildea, V Bitzas, A Tsimicalis
Advances in Nursing Science, 10.1097, 2022
2022
Differences in evidence‐based nursing practice competencies of clinical and academic nurses in China and opportunities for complementary collaborations: A cross‐sectional study
Q Chen, X Halili, AR Castro, J Zhao, W Chen, Z Li, S Tang, H Wang
Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2022
2022
The Direct and Indirect Financial Costs Sustained by Parents of Children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta: A Brief Report
AR Castro, M Morand, F Rauch, A Tsimicalis
2022
Psychometric properties of disease-specific health-related quality of life (HRQoL) instruments for food allergy and food intolerance: protocol for a COSMIN-based systematic review
Q Chen, Z Li, A Castro, S Tang, J Chen, C Huang, J Xiao, H Liu, J Ding
BMJ open 12 (1), e053534, 2022
2022
Developing an mHealth Application to Coordinate Nurse-Provided Respite Care Services for Families Coping With Palliative-Stage Cancer: Protocol for a User-Centered Design Study
AR Castro, A Arnaert, K Moffatt, J Kildea, V Bitzas, A Tsimicalis
JMIR research protocols 10 (12), e34652, 2021
2021
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AR Castro, J Marinello, K Chougui, M Morand, C Bilodeau, A Tsimicalis
Journal of Clinical Nursing 29 (15-16), i-i, 2020
2020
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