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 de Beer, J and Brysiewicz, P Developing a theory of family care during critical illness. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), July 2019, vol.35, no.1, p.19-24. ISSN 1562-8264
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 Emmamally, W and Brysiewicz, P Family-centred practices of healthcare professionals in three emergency departments in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), Nov 2018, vol.34, no.2, p.38-43. ISSN 1562-8264
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 Rout, J and Brysiewicz, P Exploring the role of the ICU nurse in the antimicrobial stewardship team at a private hospital in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), Nov 2017, vol.33, no.2, p.46-50. ISSN 1562-8264
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 Nankundwa, E and Brysiewicz, P Lived experiences of Rwandan ICU nurses caring for patients with a do-not-resuscitate order. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), July 2017, vol.33, no.1, p.19-22. ISSN 1562-8264
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 Munyiginya, P, Brysiewicz, P and Mill, J Critical care nursing practice and education in Rwanda. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), Nov 2016, vol.32, no.2, p.55-57. ISSN 1562-8264
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 de Beer, J and Brysiewicz, P The needs of family members of intensive care unit patients: A grounded theory study. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), Nov 2016, vol.32, no.2, p.44-49. ISSN 1562-8264
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 Havugitanga, P and Brysiewicz, P Exploring healthcare professionals' perceptions regarding family-witnessed resuscitation in a hospital in Kigali, Rwanda. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), Aug 2014, vol.30, no.1, p.18-21. ISSN 1562-8264
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 Munyiginya, P and Brysiewicz, P The needs of patient family members in the intensive care unit in Kigali, Rwanda. South. Afr. j. crit. care (Online), Aug 2014, vol.30, no.1, p.5-8. ISSN 1562-8264
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 Green, S et al. Compliance with the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines for early resuscitation does not translate into improved outcomes in patients with surgical sepsis in South Africa. S. Afr. j. surg., Dec 2019, vol.57, no.4, p.8-13. ISSN 0038-2361
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 Buitendag, JJP et al. An overview of penetrating traumatic brain injuries at a major civilian trauma centre in South Africa. S. Afr. j. surg., Mar 2019, vol.57, no.1, p.37-42. ISSN 0038-2361
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