Nurten Kaya

Nurten Kaya
İstanbul University-Cerrahpaşa · Faculty of Health Sciences

PhD, BSN, Professor

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January 2010 - present

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The study was aimed to adapt the Perception of Loneliness in Isolation Scale (ISOLA) into Turkish and to examine the psychometric properties of the scale. The sample of the methodological and cross-sectional study consisted of 154 patients who were in isolation due to COVID-19. The psychometric characteristics of the scale were analyzed by using la...
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Bu kitap, ebe ve ebe adaylarının, ebeliğin özünü tanılama çalışmalarına katkı sağlamak amacı ile hazırlanmıştır. Günümüzde de, geçmişte olduğu gibi, birçok lisans programının ilk yılında “ebeliği anlama” konusu “Ebeliğe Giriş” dersi altında ele alınmaktadır. Bazı ebelik okulları bu dersin adını “Ebelik Felsefesi ve Temel Kavramlar” olarak değiştirm...
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Conclusion: It was determined that the Childbirth Fear Scale was a valid and reliable measurement tool for determining women's (pregnant, with/without babies and children) fears related to childbearing.
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Objectives This study was done to identify the effect of pilates exercises on the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. Design A quasi experimental was conducted on university student with premenstrual syndrome. Methods Population of the study included midwifery students with premenstrual syndrome at Istanbul University Faculty of Health Sciences (N...
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Background: Microorganisms causing catheter-related bloodstream infections colonize to intravenous catheters (IVC)-particularly to connectors mounted to catheters. The aim of this study was to examine the colonization in 3-way stopcock (TWS) connectors and needleless connectors (NCs) that integrated into central, port, and peripheral venous cathet...
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Amaç: Bu çalışma hemşirelerin intramusküler ilaç uygulamalarında seçtiği enjeksiyon bölgeleri ile bölge seçimini etkileyen faktörleri belirlemek amacıyla yapıldı. Yöntem: Tanımlayıcı ve kesitsel türdeki bu araştırmanın evreni İstanbul’daki iki hastanede çalışan 250 hemşire; örneklemini ise tabakalı rastgele örnekleme yöntemi ile seçilen 171 hemşi...
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Introduction: Through the developments in science and technology, in health-care services, roles and responsibilities of nurses are changing, and nurses are frequently faced with risky circumstances in terms of malpractice. In this case, it is thought that nurses may be inclined to exhibit defensive practices. Methods: This study was carried out i...
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Background Intensive care units (ICUs) are noisy environments, which may have negative psychological effects on nurses. Aims and objectives To investigate the effects of the noise level of ICUs on nurses' burnout, job satisfaction, anxiety, psychological symptoms and general psychopathology level. Design A descriptive and correlational study. Me...
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With the advancement of technology, social media use increases day by day, especially among university students. This descriptive and correlational research was conducted with the aim of investigating attitudes of nursing and midwifery students towards social media in terms of certain variables. The population of the research comprised students stu...
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Introduction: The attachment style and family presence preference are important during invasive medical procedures. We aimed to analyze the effects of adult attachment styles of the patients which prefer the presence of their family members during the invasive medical procedures in emergency departments. Methods: We included 76 randomly selected p...
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The aim of the study is to determine the relationship between the nurses’ sociotropy–autonomy personality characteristics and trait anger–anger expression styles. This study was conducted in a cross-sectional design, and the sample included 776 nurses in a university hospital. The sample consisted of 370 nurses who were selected by stratified rando...
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Purpose To determine how usage of wristband acupressure at pericardium 6 (P6) Neiguan point application affects nausea, vomiting, and comfort level in the postoperative period. Design A randomized controlled experimental study. Methods The study was implemented at an obstetrics hospital. The study was conducted on 97 patients (47 experimental and...
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Background: In order to plan and implement nursing intervention to reduce the incidence rate of unplanned extubation problem in the intensive care unit (ICU), it is necessary to determine the risk factors of unplanned extubation and the patients under risk. Aims: This study was undertaken with the aim of evaluating the risk of unplanned extubati...
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ZET Hemşirelik biliminin göstergesi olarak kabul edilen hemşirelik kuramlarının güncel ve en önemlilerinden biri " Konfor Kuramı " dır. Hemşirelik bakımının sonucu ya da işlevi olarak tanımlanan bu kuramın özünü, bireyi tüm boyutları ile rahatlatmak oluşturmaktadır. Öte yandan Konfor Kuramı üç düzey ve dört boyutlu taksonomik yapıya sahiptir. Kuram...
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The purpose of this methodological study is to investigate the validity and reliability of the Turkish version of the Gastrointestinal Symptom Rating Scale (GSRS). The scale was adapted to the Turkish language via backward translation. Content validity was examined by referring to experts. Reliability was examined via test-retest reliability and in...
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ZET Bağırsak yönetim sistemi (BYS), özel olarak düzenlenmiş güvenli bir kateter sistemi olup dışkının boşaltılmasını ve toplanmasını sağlamak amacı ile geliştirilen bir bakım yöntemidir. BYS, perianal bölgede ciddi yanık, konstipasyon, diyare, gaita inkontinansı, perianal bölgede yara, hareket aktivitesinde tam bağımlılık, vb. durumlarda kullanılma...
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Excessive usage of the Internet can negatively affect health and health practices especially among youth. To examine the issue among Turkish students, this study determined the association between high-school students’ attitudes towards Internet usage and their health behaviour. The sample (n = 2043) was randomly drawn from all students at two high...
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Background: Values are ideals and beliefs that individuals and groups uphold and lie at the core of the diverse world of human behaviour and are expressed in every human decision and action, both consciously and unconsciously. They represent basic beliefs of what is right, good or desirable and motivate both personal and professional behaviour. In...
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Abstract The healthcare industry has experienced a proliferation of innovations for enhancing the life expectancy, quality of life, diagnostic, treatment and caring options, as well as the efficiency and cost effectiveness of the healthcare systems. Information technology has also played a vital role in the innovation of nursing care. The term in n...
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The process of admission to an ICU may have a negative impact on a patient's physiological parameters and comfort. To determine the effect of providing a patient admission protocol on patients' comfort and physiological parameters prior to admission to the intensive care unit (ICU). A randomized, controlled experimental study. This study included 1...
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In recent years, the size of online information about health and diseases is increasing every passing day with the increasing use of technologies which facilitate access to information. However, health literacy plays a big role in selecting and using existing information in a correct way. It is a known fact that online health information, messages...
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Innovation in nursing has become an increasingly important concept in nursing literature. In the concept analysis, definitions of the innovation in different fields as well as nursing were reviewed. To use a common terminology, it is needed to clarify concept of innovation, nursing education programs, and health professionals should pay strict atte...
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Interest in the internet as a communication tool for health-related information is growing rapidly. The profile of online health consumers can be broadly defined as patients, patients’ friends/relatives, and citizens in general. Health information-seeking behavior varies depending on type of information sought, reasons for, and experience of, searc...
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Background While administering medication through intramuscular injection, the ventrogluteal site must be used instead of the dorsogluteal site, and it is of great significance to locate the ventrogluteal site correctly. Objective To determine the reliability of two different methods used to determine the ventrogluteal site in intramuscular inject...
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This descriptive and cross-sectional study was designed to address nurses' computer literacy and attitudes towards the use of computers in health care and to determine the correlation between these two variables. This study was conducted with the participation of 688 nurses who worked at two university-affiliated hospitals. These nurses were chosen...
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Objective: The present study was conducted in order to determine nursing and midwifery students' anger and loneliness characteristics. Method: The population of this study, which had a descriptive cross-sectional design, comprised a total of 1002 students from three training locations: a school of nursing, the nursing program of a health vocational...
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Background. Preventing constipation is very important for patients in neurosurgery clinics and especially for those who had cerebral hemorrhage and brain tumor surgery as it might lead to elevated intracranial ressure. Therefore, it is necessary to diagnose constipation especially in individuals in neurosurgery clinics. Aim. This study has been des...
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Value education is aimed at helping students develop a mode of reasoning, enabling them to make decisions and deal with conflicts on a daily basis. For this, it should firstly be assessment personal values of nursing students. The purpose of the study was to determine the personal values of nursing students with respect to certain variables. The po...
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Objective: The present study was conducted in order to determine the characteristics of anger and loneliness in nursing and midwifery students. Methods: The population of this study, which had a descriptive crosssectional design, comprised a total of 1002 students from three training locations: a school of nursing, the nursing program of a school o...
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The present review was conducted for the purpose of explaining the reasons why the dorsogluteal site should not use for intramuscular injection based on evidence. Intramuscular injection is the method used in administering medications into a large muscle mass of the body. Muscles have larger and a greater number of blood vessels than does subcutane...
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Objective: The descriptive and cross-sectional study was done to evaluate patients’ sleep quality and to determine factors affecting sleep in surgery clinics. Material and Methods: The sampling group was formed by 107 patients who were selected with haphazard sampling method in a surgery clinic of a university hospital in Istanbul between April 201...
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This research was conducted to determine nursing freshmen individual values at the beginning and the end of the academic year and professional values at the end of the academic year and also was conducted to present the data that shed light on nursing curriculum at the higher class. The research was realized as cross-sectional and longitudinal with...
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Objective: This methodological study was conducted in two stages with the aim of providing Turkish equivalence and determining reliability and validity of Constipation Severity Scale (CSS).Material and Methods: Linguistic equivalence of CSS was verified with translation-backward translation method, content validity with expert opinion; reliability...
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Feelings of guilt and shame might affect the abilities of nursing and midwifery students when fulfilling their roles assertively and with professional autonomy during the interdisciplinary care and treatment process. The present study was conducted in order to examine the feelings of guilt and shame experienced by nursing and midwifery students wit...
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Kaya H, Kaya N, Turan Y, Tan YM, Terzi B, Barlas DB. International Journal of Nursing Practice 2011; 17: 304–314 Nursing activities in intensive care units in Turkey This cross-sectional study was conducted to determine applications practiced by nurses working in intensive care units of various institutions in Turkey. The research setting was neuro...
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In intensive care units, which are defined as centers where many life saving instruments are used most frequently, many invasive treatment interventions are applied to patients without their consent. These interventions also affect the physiological and psychological recuperation progress adversely. It is only possible for patients in intensive car...
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Objective: The research was planned and administered as cross-sectional type to examine the intensive care experiences of individuals discharged from reanimation unit. Material and Methods: The research population consisted of individuals discharged from reanimation unit, Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Departments of an university hospital. Samp...
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Aim: Nursing students must realize constipation etc. their problems and find solutions primarily within the scope of their own health development. From this point of this research was carried out in order to identify constipation problems of nursing students and investigate that factors affecting these problems. Method: This descriptive and cross-s...
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Aim: This study has been conducted to determine men nurse image of the society. Methods: The study that was conducted in cross-sectional design was realized on 1482 persons. Questionnaire that is prepared by researchers were filled by discussing with cases face-to-face. Average, percentage methods were used in evaluation of data. Results: Age year...
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This research included two consecutive studies, the first of which aimed to examine university nursing students' attachment styles and to study a set of variables that affect their attachment styles, while the second study aimed to identify the effect of nursing education on nursing students' attachment styles. This research was conducted as a cros...
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The purpose of the study was to determine factors affecting nurses' attitudes toward computers in healthcare. This cross-sectional study was carried out with nurses employed at one state and one university hospital. The sample of the study included 890 nurses who were selected via a purposive sampling method. Data were collected by using a question...
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Objective: This research was conducted for the purpose of examining nurses’ burnout levels who work in a government hospital according to some variables.Material and Method: 320 nurses constituted universe of research, all nurses were selected by disproportional group sample method constituted sample of research. The data were collected by using “P...
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Introduction: Polyclinic services are very important in health care institutions. This study was conducted to assess patients’ evaluation of an ear-nose-throat (ENT) polyclinic in a university hospital and to determine the affects of satisfaction of services on general life satisfaction and health status of individuals. Method: This cross-sectional...
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Objective: The descriptive study was planned to determine of knowledge and implications of nurses about of nursing model/theory, nursing process, and nursing classification systems. Methods: The universe of the research was formed by nurses who worked in one state and one university hospital. The sampling group was formed by 555 nurses who are sele...
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Aim: This research was carried out in order to identify barriers to research utilization for practice and analyze these from the point of some variables. Method: This descriptive study was carried out with 248 nurses working in state and private hospitals. Written permissions were taken from the ethics committees. Data were gathered using “Nurse In...
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Spinal cord injury is an unexpected catastrophic event, the consequences of which often persist for the life of the patient and influence not only the patient, but also family members and society in diverse ways. Loss of motor function, sensation, reflex activity, and bowel and bladder control may result from a spinal cord injury. In addition, pati...
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Today, many healthy individuals and patients use complementary therapies to improve health, to prevent diseases or to support medical care and treatment in the presence of medical conditions. As a result of the increased interest of the people in complementary therapies, nurses, as healthcare professionals and members of healthcare teams who are to...
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Objective: Attachment styles are effective on behaviors of individuals who are in close or intimate relationships with one another, in driving satisfaction out of their relationships, in being affected by the problems encountered in the relationships and in coping with these problems. The study aim was to examine the effect of the attachment styles...
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Objectives: This study was carried out to the determination of patients’ fall risk and taken preventive measures in neurology and neurosurgery clinics. Methods: This descriptive study was carried out with 110 patients, who agreed to participate in the study, who hospitalized in neurology and neurosurgery clinics of a state hospital. Data were colle...
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Objective: In this research planned cross-sectional design was aimed at determining trait anger and anger expression of nurses working in otorhinolaryngology clinic and whether it was differentiated from anger and anger expression of nurses working in other clinics. Material and Method: The environment of the research includes nurses working in on...
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Neuro-oncology commonly contains brain tumors and spinal cord tumors. Problems of neurooncology patients result from both cancer and therapy. Other hand the responses of the patient and family to neurologyc cancer are influenced by the type, grade, location, and presenting symptoms of the tumor. They are also influenced by the age, disabilities, fa...
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Nursing process as basically a problem-solving approach to nursing that involves interaction with the patient, making decisions, and carrying out nursing actions based on an assessment of an individual patient's situation. Most nurse scholars suggest that five distinct phases-assessing, nursing diagnosis, planning, implementing, and evaluating-comp...
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Purpose: The aim of this descriptive study was to determine nurse’s perceptions and problems about the health care team at the one government hospital. Method: The universe of the study consisted of 353 nurses who working in one state hospital and the sample of the study were 250 nurses who were accept to participation of study. Data were collected...
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Purpose: This study was planned to determine of views of nurses about of computer usage. Method: This study is descriptive one. The universe of the study consisted all of nurses who working in one university hospital and the sample of the study were 421 nurses who were accept to participation of study. Data were collected by using “Information Form...
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Objective: The purpose of this methodological study was to assess the validity and reliability of Turkish version of the Pretest for Attitudes toward Computers in Healthcare Assessment Scale. Method: The adaptation of the scale to Turkish language was performed via back-translation, content validity was examined by refer to experts, reliability was...
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This descriptive study was designed to explore readability of written patient education materials designed by nurses. This study used a sample of 20 written patient education materials designed by nursing students during the master and doctorate programs. Readability of this written patient education materials was examined with Flesch Reading Ease...
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In this descriptively planned research was aimed at determining trait anger and anger expression of nurses working in otorhinolaryngology clinic and whether it was differentiated from anger and anger expression of nurses working in other clinics. The population of the research includes nurses working in Istanbul University Cerrahpaşa Medical Facult...
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Cancer of larynx accounts for 2% to 3% of all malignancies. The male-to-female ratio is nearly 3/1. The incidence of this cancer is increasing in women, most likely because of rising tobacco and alcohol consumption. Person with these tumors present a unique challenge to the nurse because of the cosmetic and functional deformities commonly seen with...
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The EuroQol generic health index comprises a five part questionnaire (EuroQolSKOR) and a visual analogue self-rating scale (EuroQolVAS). The aim of this pilot study was to test validity and reliability of EuroQol in patients with laryngectomy. The subjects were 42 otorhinolaryngology out-patients operated from laryngectomy between 1998-2003 years....
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Aim: The aim of this descriptive study is to examine the sociotropic/autonomic personality characteristics of nursing students in terms of some variables. Method: The population of the research includes students of Istanbul University Florence Nightingale School of Nursing. The research was carried out with 369 student nurses. Data were obtained vi...
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Objective: This descriptive study was planned to determine of nursing students observation of patient’s rights execution and limitation in the two University Hospital. Material and Methods: The study was conducted with 262 nursing students from a Collage of Nursing. Data were gathered using a Questionnaire Form. The analysis of the data was calcula...
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Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic, systemic, progressive, inflammatory connective tissue disorder affecting mainly the small, peripheral joints in a pattern of symmetric distribution. It is characterized by unexplained periods of exacerbation and remission. The main care and treatment goals for RA are prevention of joint deformity, preservatio...
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Z Amaç: Tanımlayıcı türde planlanan bu araştırma, hemşire öğrencilerin sosyotropi-otonomi kişilik özelliklerini ve ilişkili faktörleri belirlemek amacı ile yapılmıştır. Yöntem: Araştırmanın evrenini, İstanbul Üniversitesi Florence Nightingale Hemşirelik Yüksekokulu öğrencileri oluşturmaktadır. Bu evren arasından, 369 öğrenci hemşire örnekleme alınm...

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