Mehdi ajri-khameslou

Mehdi ajri-khameslou
Ardabil University of Medical Sciences | ARUMS · Department of Intensive Care Nursing

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Aims This study aimed to assess predictors of patient safety competency among emergency nurses. Background The role of emergency nurses is to provide high-quality health care to patients and ensure their safety. The patient safety competency includes the absence of unnecessary or potential harm when providing health care to patients. In providing...
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Objective The COVID-19 outbreak is the most threatening public health challenge in the 21th century, and more than 200 countries are affected. Considering that Iran was one of the first countries influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, this study aimed to explain the crisis management strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ardabil province. Metho...
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s Background The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all healthcare systems. During these critical times, radiology personnel and nurses have been heavily involved in the diagnosis and management of COVID-19 patients. Purpose This study investigates the experiences of radiology personnel about the COVID-19 crisis. Methods This qualitative content ana...
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Background Errors are among the factors threatening patient safety. It is essential to understand how to deal with nursing errors in the emergency department. Thus, the present study aimed to explain the process of dealing with nursing errors in the emergency department. Method This qualitative study adopted Corbin and Strauss's (2008) grounded th...
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Introduction: The worldchr('39')s elderly population is growing. Considering the importance of aging in place and the influence of it on lifestyle, this study investigates the relationship between place attachment and social functioning in the elderly. Method: This is a descriptive-analytical study. The study population included 400 elderly people...
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Background: There are specific challenges regarding the perceptions of families of comatose patients in Intensive Care Units (ICUs). Identifying these perceptions may attract the cooperation of families with nurses and provide better care for patients. This study aimed to explore the perceptions of families of comatose patients in ICUs. Methods: Th...
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Background and Aim: Vigilance is an essential element in intensive care nursing. This study was conducted to determine nursing vigilance in nurses working in the intensive care units of educational and medical centers in Ardabil, Iran. Methods: This was a cross-sectional descriptive-analytical study with 192 ICU nurses as the participants. The dat...
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Introduction: Place attachment is a sense of comfort of people in their neighborhood. Aged people are sensitive to changes in their environment. This study aimed to find the reliability and validity of the Place Attachment Scale (PAS) among Iranian older adults. Methods: This was a methodological study in which the study population consisted of 550...
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Introduction: Today, following the aging population, the elderly have been faced with various social issues. The social well-being and health of the elderly are important but it has been neglected that is closely related to the quality of life. The Social Comfort Scale has not been validated in the Iranian elderly. The purpose of this study was to...
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Objectives: Understanding the nature of errors and the way errors are detected by nurses has a major role in preventing and reducing complications of errors. The present study aims to investigate the nature of errors and identify factors detecting errors in the emergency department. Methods: The present qualitative study was conducted with particip...
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Background and objectives Nursing errors can cause irreparable consequences. Understanding the concept of error and the nature of nursing error detectors can significantly reduce this type of errors. The present study was conducted to explain the concept of error and the nature of nursing error detectors in military hospitals. Materials and method...
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There are many nurses who are victims of errors in the hospital environment. It is quite essential to perceive the outcome of mistakes in nurses' profession. The aim of this scientific study was to interpret the causes that place nurses in danger of errors in emergency departments and also the consequences resulting from confronting the errors in t...
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Background & Aim: Error always occurs in the health system and it can lead to irreparable consequences. Therefore, error prevention must be taken into account by the health systems. Detection of factors contributing to error is a key factor for the prevention of error. Hence, the aim of this study was to explore factors contributing to nursing erro...
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Background and aims In intensive care unit, patients' conditions are more complex and more likely to be at risk of complications and death; therefore, implementing of interventions based on the best evidence is the key issue for nurses. Bridging the gap between scientific evidence and patient care is necessary to accurately identify barriers so; th...