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Cain D. Home infusion practice guidelines: The "show me" state works for standardization. 1998;5(1):42-45.

Counce J.  Cultivating nursing compentencies: Working with home health agencies for better infusion patient care. 2004;10(1):12-8.

Counce J. Telemedicine and telehealth monitoring: Coming soon to a provider near you.2007:13(4);24-8.

Counce J. Beyond bedside manner: Supporting the emotional needs of patients receiving alternate-site infusion therapy. 2011; 17(5):12-19.

Counce J. The secret to patient satisfaction isn't just what providers do—It's how they do it! 2011; 17(5):28-34.

Counce J. Comprehending the strategic value of professional development: Pursuing lifelong learning is of benefit to both employees and their organizations. 2014;20(4):18-26.

Counce. Aseptic Technique—health care’s ubiquitous, but unstandardized best tool for fighting microbial contamination. 2016;22(6):37-44.

Engen M and Leone M. A closer look at catheter flushing protocols: Further defining evidence-based practice for the home setting. 2015;21(4):33-40.

Epperson LA. Patient, caregiver and clinician education: Components to positive patient outcomes in home infusion. 2011; 17(5):22-7.

Gray B. When the clinician becomes the patient—Shedding insightful light on delivering patient-centered care. 2013;19(4):18-23.

Hadaway LC. Vascular access in home care: 1998 update. 1998;5(1):20-40.

Hadaway L. Evolving clinical practice: CDC releases new guidelines for reducing catheter-related infections.  2003;9(1):16-22.

Hanchett M, Watts K, and Kung L. Security in securement. 1999;6(1):42-6.

Jesionek-Brewton K. Parenteral nutrition support program: Developing a provider-patient toolbox that promotes success. 2013;19(4):26-31.

Kramer N and Krutsinger K. Reducing heparin concentrations in the home care setting: A case study. 2009:15(1);21-4.

Kramer N and Counce J. Home Infusion and the Elderly Patient: Considerations for Safe and Effective Care. 2010; 16(5):27-38.

Kramer N. Preventing Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections in the Home-Based Patient: Crafting and industry-specific dressing change procedure. 2011; 17(2):30-6.

Kramer N, Leone M, Ross K, Schaps F, and Cain D.  CVAD guidelines for home infusion: Creating a resource to address our unique site of care for adult patients. 2011; 17(4):29-36.

Leone M and Counce J. Medical marijuana: Implications for home infusion providers. 2010; 16(6):27-37.

Leone M and Pratt M. Preventing central line-associated bloodstream infections in home infusion patients through the use of disinfection caps. 2011; 17(6):10-14.

Leone M and Ross K. Catheter-related bloodstream infections—Risk factors, monitoring, and intervention. 2014; 20(1):39-44.

Lima H and Clark A. IgG therapy for the home-based patient: Administration and delivery method considerations. 2012; 18(6):S1-S12.

Lyons M and Phalen A. An evidentiary review of flushing protocols in home care patients with peripherally inserted central catheters. 2012; 18(5):32-44.

Massari A. Compassion as a healing tool. 2011; 17(5):20-1.

Marrelli T. The perfect storm of a staffing shortage: A practical roadmap for coping successfully. 2003;9(6):21-5.

Masoorli S. Central vascular access devices in home care: Legal issues. 2000;6(10):31-5.

Moeser L. The seven habits oh highly effective iv nurses. 1998;5(1):47-50.

Moureau N. Vascular access with a focus on safety. 1999;6(1):16-26.

Nakasawa N. Pharmacological management of vascular access devices.2005.11(1):S1-S8.

Nowobilski-Vasilios A and Poole S. Interdisciplinary collaboration: Perceptions and possibilities. 2001;7(7):14-7.

Parry AM and Counce J. Health literacy: An essential tool for patients and important consideration in patient and caregiver education. 2013;19(4):33-41.

Prozialeck L. Ensuring clinical quality: Meeting the education and training challenge in home infusion nursing. 1999;6(1):28-35.

Rollins G. The nurse pharmacist connection. 2000;6(6):15-8.

Rollins G. Proactive complications management: The key to improved care of vascular access devices. 2000;6(10):36-42.

Wingert S. Meeting the Unique Needs of the Pediatric Home Care Patient: Lessons from a Full-Service Provider. 2010; 16(5):21-6.

Winn M. Jellybeans, spiders, and what I learned from an 11-year-old boy. 2011; 17(5):35-6.