Nizar B. Said

Nizar B. Said
An-Najah National University · Department Of Nursing and Midwifery

PhD

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Introduction
Nizar B. Said currently study his PhD in Hong Kong, he worked at the Department Of Nursing and Midwifery, An-Najah National University. Nizar does research in Allied Health Science and Nursing. his most recent publication is 'The Quality of Working Life Among Nurses in Pediatric Setting'. He would like to join other projects and research in nursing and health education.
Additional affiliations
September 2017 - present
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Position
  • PhD Student
August 2014 - August 2017
An-Najah National University
Position
  • Lecturer
June 2008 - August 2012
Specilized Arab Hospital
Position
  • Medical Professional

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The aim of this review is to provide understanding of the trust in relation to the nurse-patient relationship. The most important part of nursing is the nurse-patient relationship, which is essential to nursing practice, and one of the most important in this relation is trust. The concept of trust is particular interest to nursing as it has been id...
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Translating research into clinical practice is a global priority because of its potential impact on health services delivery and outcomes. Despite the ever-increasing depth and breadth of health research, most areas across the globe seem to be slow to translate relevant research evidence into clinical practice. Thus, this review sought to synthesis...
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INTRODUCTION: A diverse group of neuroscience nurse experts discussed stroke nursing research at the 5th International Neuroscience Nursing Research Symposium. Panel experts from Singapore, India, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Malawi, Germany, Palestine, Kenya, Japan, and the United States collaborated to examine similarities and differe...
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Aim: This study aimed at evaluating the effects of a modified psychological first aid (PFA) training program on nurses' psychological preparedness for emergencies and disasters. Background: Nurses need to be psychologically prepared in order to mitigate the impact of conflicts and disasters. The PFA training could ensure their psychological prep...
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Background Resilience has emerged as a concept that could explain and predict good academic and well-being of students in stressful and traumatic situations. This study was conducted to assess resilience and identify predictors of high resilience scores among nursing students in Palestine. Methods This cross-sectional study adhered to the Strength...
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Background Resilience has emerged as a concept that could explain and predict good academic and well-being of students in stressful and traumatic situations. This study was conducted to assess resilience and identify predictors of high resilience scores among nursing students in Palestine. Methods This cross-sectional study adhered to the Strengthe...
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Resilience is defined as an individual's capability to bounce back from hardship. Nurses face adversity every day that is not a characteristic of other professions. Not only do nurses carry an emotional burden from dealing with patients and their families who are, in turn, going through difficult and traumatic events, but they also often suffer fro...
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Nursing profession is high demand career, nurses usually are exposed to situations that affect their quality of working life (QoWL), the aim was to measure the quality of working life among nurses in pediatric departments. We used a quantitative cross sectional study approaches to assess the quality of working life (QoWL) of nurses working in the f...
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Objective: To view the importance of time management in nursing work and to find the best steps and strategies that help in time management. Methodology: integrative review with the following guiding questions: What's time management? How to manage time in the nursing work? What are the strategies used in managing time? Searches were performed in M...
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Background: Vitamin D has essential and important roles in the human body, some studies assumed its role as Skeletal and Extraskeletal functions. Also some studies connected the deviancy to the different body illness. It’s important to keep vitamin D level within normal range in the body, exposure to sun light, food containing vitamin D, and supple...

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