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In the absence of effective pharmacological therapy options, the focus of dementia and Alzheimer’s research has shifted from treatment and care to risk prediction, early detection, and prevention. Public health communication and media coverage regarding dementia emphasize the individual responsibility for dementia risk management. Focusing on the s...
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Objective (s): National accreditation standards could improve both quality of services and the patient safety. This study aimed to investigate the accreditation status from the perspective of nurses working in hospitals affiliated to Iran University of Medical Sciences. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study conducted in 9 hospitals affiliated t...
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رساله دکترای جلسه دفاع نهايي خانم آزاده نوري دانشجوي دكترای پرستاري فرهنگ احترام در محيط كار پرستاران بالين: یک مطالعه اتنوگرافی Golestan University of Medical Sciences Nursing & Midwifery School PhD Dissertation Culture of Respect in Nursing Workplace: A Focused Ethnography Supervisor: Dr Akram Sanagoo Advisors: Dr Leila Jouybari, Dr Fariba T...
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Prevalence of Malnutrition in Community- Dwelling Egyptian Elderly Gehan Refat Mohamed Hefnawy Assistant Professor, College of Applied Medical Science, Nursing Department, Jouf University, Saudi Arabia, Faculty of Nursing, Geriatric Nursing Department, El-Minia University, Egypt Abstract This study aimed to assess Egyptian elder’s nutritional statu...
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Background: Assertive behaviour and low self-esteem have been found to major problem in the nursing profession. Nursing students today are the backbone of professional nurses of tomorrow. In order to ensure competent and safe practice, it is necessary for them to be individuals with high assertive skills and self-esteem. This study was conducted to...
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Objectives The Utrecht Work Engagement Scale for Students has been used internationally to assess students’ academic engagement, but it has not been analyzed via item response theory. The purpose of this study was to conduct an item response theory analysis of the Japanese version of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale for Students translated by auth...
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Introductios and Aims: Clinical learning environment has a very profound role in the education of health care students and specifically nursing students. Since students’ opinions and attitudes is of paramount importance in the evaluation of clinical learning environment, this study aimed to investigate the Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences n...
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Abstract Background and aims: Many antineoplastic agents are known to be carcinogenic and mutagenic. Nurses are the main groups at risk to these drugs. The purpose of this study was to determine associated factors of safety principles in working with chemotherapeutic agents among nursing staff. Methods: This is a descriptive-analytical study. Based...
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Educational clinical environment has an important role in nursing students' learning. Any difference between actual and expected clinical environment will decrease nursing students' interest in clinical environments and has a negative correlation with their clinical performance. This descriptive cross-sectional study is an attempt to compare nursin...
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The 21st century is an era of convergence. The ideas of crossover and fusion have long in popular science and technology. Practical exercise learning draws inspiration from sport, medical science, nursing, literature, humanities, social welfare, and recreation. Exercise borrows ideas from many different sports games. You can no longer categorize ex...
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Abstract Background: Personality compatibility of individuals with profession that provides services to others is one of important issues that have received less attention while there is a great impact on the quality of services provided and to professional success. This study aimed to assessment of personality compatibility of nurses with nursing...
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"Due to reasons connected with pregnancy and labour, each year approximately 600,000 women (lie in the world without having any other health problems. Reducing the number of mother and baby deaths is among the objectives of the Ministry of Health in Turkey. To achieve the desired goals, it is necessary to maintain perinatal services without any pro...
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Accurate nursing documentation leads to the evolution of knowledge and enhance professional autonomy. It can also be a useful source in educating students and for nursing researches. Students, as the main recipients of educational services, are the key source of identifying educational issues. Therefore, the first step in improving the quality of t...
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Introduction: Despite the potential benefits of CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry) systems, recent studies have cast some doubts on their role in reducing errors. CPOE systems with poorly designed interfaces have proven to cause dissatisfaction and introduce new kinds of errors in the ordering process. The main objective of this study is to...
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Introduction: Assessment of effective factors in selection of career by nursing students is one of approaches to identify and conduct talent volunteers to nursing and reinforcement and staff development in this profession. In many researches has investigated nursing career choice effective factors, but hasn't said any trend for better or worse nurs...
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Introduction: Critical thinking skill is one of the components of clinical decision making and criteria for clinical competency of nursing professionals and students and also valuable factor to develop nursing professional autonomy. In attention to unsuitable results of prior researches and importance of critical thinking ability in nursing and eff...
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The 21st century is the era of continuous changes in the way modern medical and scientific world functions, thus the need for adaptation in complex systems becomes paramount. In such a dynamic society optimum standard of survival may depend on the ability of individuals and groups to investigate multiple alternatives or choices and finally make wis...
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Background: Test anxiety is most commonly associated with students taking informational tests at all levels of education and pupils with learning disabilities.Students often experience extreme tension and anxiety during tests, possibly as a result of pressure to perform well, among other variables as a result, test anxiety has become a prevalent pr...
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Background: Assertive behaviour and low self-esteem have been found to major problem in the nursing profession. Nursing students today are the backbone of professional nurses of tomorrow. In order to ensure competent and safe practice, it is necessary for them to be individuals with high assertive skills and self-esteem. This study was conducted to...
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Objective: To assess the impact of breathing exercise which was introduced as a method of play therapy to measure the cardiopulmonary parameters among children (3-12 years) with LRTI and to determine the association between the socio-demographic variables of children with group after intervention. Method: Evaluation approach was adopted and the stu...
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was conducted to find out the realistic about the user’s utilization and satisfaction level of Central library of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences (SMIMS), Gangtok, Sikkim, India. The user’s satisfaction of a library totally depends upon the utilization of library resources and services. Methodology: F...
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME eP41 E-POSTER - 6-9 SEPTEMBER 2017 CLINICAL PAIN STATES: PROCEDURAL PAIN 06-Sep-2017 11:30 20:00 ________________________________________ Abstract: NURSES’ EXPERIENCES ON OBSTACLES TO IMPLEMENTING PAIN MANAGEMENT DURING PAEDIATRIC VENIPUNCTURE : A QUALITATIVE STUDY Background: Venipuncure is one of the most distressing actio...
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Background: the ability to speak, listen, write and read correctly in higher education is essential to the performance of students during their studies at the undergraduate and as future health professionals. Objective: to develop methodological actions to contribute to the proper use of the spelling of the Spanish language through different teachi...
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Introduction: Innovation networks would cause organizational memory strengthening. So need for utilization, efficient approaches and strategies to create networks are essential. The main purpose of this research was to study the relationship between Jahrom University of medical sciences nurse's innovation networks and organizational memory. Methods...
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Introduction: This study was done to assess the information literacy of faculty members and PhD students in order to develop practical knowledge related to information literacy, in doing evidence-based care procedure at Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Nursing and Midwifery Faculty. Methods: This cross-sectional study was done on 53 academic...
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Objectives: To assess the knowledge of nursing students towards nursing profession, to assess the attitude of nursing students towards nursing profession, to find the association between the knowledge and the selected variables, to find the relationship between the knowledge and attitude on nursing profession. Materials and Methods: A survey conduc...
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Breast Cancer Patients’ Right: How It Can Be Respected in Iran? A. Joulaee1, S. Joolaee2, N. Bahrani3, M. Kadivar4, M. Kalantari5. 1Shahid Behshti University Of Medical Science, Braest Unit, Tehran, Iran; 2Tehran University Of Medical Science, Nursing And Midwifery Education Department, Tehran, Iran; 3Artesh University, Statisctic Department, Tehra...
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Unlabelled: 1. Background: Recent medical advancements, and improvements in hygiene and food supply have led to Japan having the longest life expectancy in the world. Over the past 50 years, the percentage of the elderly population has increased fourfold from 5.7% in 1960 to 23.1% in 2010. This change has occurred at the fastest rate in the worl...