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EMDRIA members who know me know that I have a natural devil’s advocate streak. I wish to exercise some of those muscles in this blog post. I do not see this as a scientific retort by any means, just a simple expression of my opinion as a clinician and a qualitative researcher regarding the recent publication of the EMDR Definition Revision by the EMDRIA Board of Directors. First of all, I am delighted that the EMDRIA Board of Directors employed and disclosed their use of qualitative inquiry in facilitating their review process. However, my question to them is this: Why were only “those practitioners who are esteemed in the EMDR ...
As a nursing student, I learned to shave patients in preparation for surgery; as a public health nurse, I taught mothers to clean their infants' umbilical cords with alcohol and showed patients newly diagnosed with diabetes how to wipe the skin with alcohol before injecting insulin. Since then, high-quality research has shown that pre-operative shaving increases rather than decreases post-operative infections (Kjonniksen et al. 2002), that cleaning umbilical cords with sterile water shortens the time to cord separation without increasing infections (Medves and O'Brien 1997) and ... Read More
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