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The first textbook for advanced practice and registered nurses that defines an energetics first integrative holistic approach to care as precision nursing science. Libster offers the Elements of Care practice model as a solution for nurses in health care systems plagued by over-prescription, problems, and pathologies, and seeking alternatives to th...
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Mindfulness is necessary for educators to become aware of and regulate their thoughts, emotions and behaviors so as to more effectively manage stress and enhance psychological well-being. Bringing awareness to emotional experiences in a way that is compassionate and nonjudgmental, may facilitate a healthy involvement with emotions. Aim: To identify...
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The study aims at assessing determinants of OSCE performance among nursing students in Department of Nursing Science, University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State. To successfully, carry out the study, three objectives in line with research questions was formulated to guide the study thus to examine psychological factors, social relationship o...
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Aim This paper aims to explore and describe the translation and cultural adaptation of the Fundamentals of Care framework to a Swedish context, and highlight the need for a translated version. Design An exploratory, descriptive approach was adopted. Methods A structured forward‐backward translation process and cultural adaptation were used, consi...
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The Descriptive Cross-Sectional Survey design study aimed to assess the knowledge and perception of Halitosis of self-esteem among students in University of Calabar. Three objectives in line with research questions and two hypothesis were formulated to guide the study. The simple random sampling technique was used to select 358 participant from the...
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Background: The protozoa parasite Entamoeba histolytica is an essential cause of human morbidity and mortality around the world other than malaria and schistosomiasis. Prevalence of E. histolytica in Sulaimani province, KRG, Iraq has been scantily studied as well as detecting and controlling the risk factors related to the parasite is crucial in Su...
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Healthcare provides a rich, and constantly increasing, number of written documents, which are underutilized in research data for health and nursing sciences, but previous literature has only provided limited guidance on the process of document analysis. The aim of this paper is to provide a methodological framework for analyzing health care documen...
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The concept of self-esteem has been discussed in various disciplines. It is necessary to broaden the conceptualization to reach a better understanding in nursing discipline. The purpose of this paper is to explore the concept of self-esteem following Walker and Avant’s concept analysis method. The concept analysis method consists of eight linear st...
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Este documento tiene por objetivo comentar cómo la ciencia en enfermería ha ido evolucionando en el tiempo y cómo ésta refleja con mayor precisión el proceso de cambio científico a través de las conceptualizaciones propuestas por Khun y Laudan. Por último, se concluye que la ciencia en enfermería se encuentra en un constante desarrollo y evolución,...
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Background: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is the latest pandemic with a high rate of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Crises like these can harm the academic functioning and psychophysical health of students. Students have an important role in controlling the spread of infectious diseases by pursuing prophylactic measures and this quantitat...
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Aim This manuscript aims to provide a discursive description of how one academic health care centre is enculturating, embedding and investing in the fundamental care framework and lessons learned that can serve as a blueprint for other organizations. Background A call to action to focus on fundamental care is not new as the initial Fundamentals of...
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The utilization of electronic literature data is a handy learning feature for adults and independent students and other researchers. This study discusses the use of technology, especially virtual data, which is part of the independent learning of nursing students in Indonesia. We get supporting data from many publications such as books, health and...
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Gender-based violence (GBV) primary prevention has been recognized as a crucial dimension in professionals' work in several areas of education, social work, psychology, medical and nurse sciences as well as in the judicial system. However, a detailed analysis of curricula established at undergraduate levels usually shows the absence of providing st...
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Objectives This study aimed to investigate clinical leadership behaviors among hospital critical care nurses and compare the differences between nurses in private and public hospitals. Methods A cross-sectional survey including 365 critical care nurses with a bachelor's degree in nursing science were recruited in two Egyptian hospitals (a governme...
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Background The COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown period lasted from March to May 2020, resulted in a highly stressful situation yielding different negative health consequences, including the worsening of smoking habit. Methods A web-based cross-sectional study on a convenient sample of 1013 Italian ever smokers aged 18 years or more was conducted...
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Our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them"-Walt Disney. A student nurse should have correct knowledge, attitude and practice regarding hand sanitizer. Hand sanitation is the most important way to reduce infection. Hand sanitizer is easy to carry out, easy to use and also less time consuming. The success of hand sanitation sole...
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Background A strong nursing research agenda in Latin America is fundamental to universal health coverage. Nursing science can make important contributions to the health of Latin American people through knowledge generation that directly informs nursing practice, professional education, and health policy. Methods We used a cross-sectional survey de...
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Using chest tubes and chest drainage is a complex and critical nursing function. Upto date knowledge and skill of the students nurses in this field will be helpful to protect the patient and help them to recover from a serious pulmonary problem. Objectives of the study was To assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regar...
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Aim: To determine the factors associated with reduced research activities during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 by comparing nursing researchers working in academic and clinical settings. Methods: This was a secondary analysis of data collected by the Japan Academy of Nursing Sciences, which conducted a cross-sectional online survey when the pand...
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Reflects on the best approach of the paradigms in nursing research, which allows human phenomena to emerge and through them generate knowledge for this discipline. The systematic review was carried out of 25 documents, analyzing the hermeneutical positivist and interpretive approach to nursing research. According to the analyzed documents and in kn...
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Objectives: This study aimed to identify typical patterns and determinants of early-career nurse researchers (ECNRs: age ≤45 years) who reported that their research activities were negatively impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic, using a data mining methodology. To gain a deeper understanding of the characteristics of these ECNRs, we compared the...
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This study investigated the relationship between menstrual cycle and reproductive matters among Jamaican women. Specifically, the study was conducted to 1) Find out the reproductive health matters of Jamaican women. 2). Determine the statistical relationship between the number of biological children and description of menstrual flow. 3). Determine...
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Sommaire Plus de 20 % des enfants nés au Québec ont des parents provenant de l'étranger. Or, les écrits indiquent que l'immigration et la naissance d'un enfant sont des transitions qui peuvent fragiliser la relation conjugale. On connaît peu les changements dans la relation conjugale de couples qui expérimentent la naissance d'un enfant en contexte...
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ABSTRACT Introduction: Although there is a lot of research done in the area of volunteering, little has been written about the factors that can affect all potential volunteers, so they can be inspired to become volunteers, and for those who are already active volunteers to work as an inspiration to potential volunteers. Aim: The aim of this study w...
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Objetivo: compreender as dificuldades enfrentadas pelas pessoas com estomias intestinais a partir das vivências de autocuidado. Método: trata-se de estudo descritivo, qualitativo, realizado com 30 pessoas com estomias intestinais, em um centro especializado em reabilitação no Rio Grande do Norte, de abril a junho de 2017. A entrevista semiestrutura...
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Background Over the past few years, the phenomenon of “nursing student attrition” has been unevenly studied. Investigators often focused on independent predictors as age, family obligations, final grade of high school, demanding physical and mental workload and others. Specifically, just a few studies applied qualitative methods to better comprehen...
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Nursing research has produced a number of nursing theories that can be used as a starting point for implementing nursing practice. Nursing theory is a description of various aspects of nursing reality with the aim of describing phenomena, explaining relationships between phenomena, predicting risks, and determining nursing actions. Nursing theory i...
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Zusammenfassung Hintergrund Die COVID-19(„coronavirus disease 2019“)-Pandemie hat die Ad-hoc-Digitalisierung an Hochschulen vorangetrieben. Zugleich stand die digitale Hochschullehre vor der Herausforderung der Ausgestaltung der Lehre im Zusammenhang mit den vorbestehenden Ressourcen, der digitalen und didaktischen Kompetenzen sowie der zur Verfüg...
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BACKGROUND: The Cartesian model has advanced modern-day nursing practices by separating the body from the mind and the person from the world. This model shifted nurses’ focus away from patients’ perceptions and lived experiences and toward the mechanical body. However, Merleau-Ponty’s perspective that a lived-body approaches offers an alternative a...
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Drei Mitglieder der Sektion Nachwuchs Pflegewissenschaft haben auf dem DGP Sektionstag am 04.03.2022 die ersten Ergebnisse eines Scoping Reviews zum Thema "Faktoren bei der Implementierung von APNs im deutschsprachigen Kontext" vorgestellt.
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Nursing models and theories guide nurses in conducting nursing services, create a standard in nursing care and direct research specific to nursing. Therefore nursing studies focus on testing and developing nursing theories and models and contribute to nursing science. The studies have revealed that postgraduate dissertation studies often include re...
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Background Safety measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic necessitated universities to reorganise teaching to accommodate the students' needs, including nursing students who had been called back into clinical practice to support front-line nursing. Purpose To describe the experiences of post-graduate students in nursing sciences (experienced in clin...
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Objective: Pharmacovigilance education and reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are important competencies that healthcare sciences students should develop before completing their studies and entering clinical practice. Since students frequently lack adequate knowledge in this area and fail to recognize the importance of ADRs monitoring and...
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Background An estimated 4 million people in the UK, will be living with and beyond cancer by 2030. The use of E-health interventions are becoming an increasingly important tool in supporting people living with and beyond cancer. However, limited evidence exists outlining the methods used to develop e-health interventions. Aims To develop a novel e-...
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With the advancement of biomedical science, people living with human immunodeficiency virus (PHIV) on medications live almost as long as the general population. However, living longer does not mean living better. Peripheral neuropathy (PN), characterized by burning, stiffness, prickling, tingling, and numbness or a loss of feeling in a person’s ext...
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Among many nursing theories about nurse–patient interactions, one of the most important of which is Imogene King’s Theory of Goal Attainment. Aim: the aim of this study was to assess and analyze the use of King’s theory in nursing education, research and practice. No studies on practical use of the King’s Theory of Goal Attanment have been found in...
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Abstract Background: The pressure ulcers constitute a major clinical problem with enormous socio-economic consequences worldwide. Nurses' knowledge on pressure ulcers’ management plays a crucial role in the prevalence of pressure ulcers. Aim: The investigation of nurses’ knowledge, working in a general hospital, regarding the prevention and managem...
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Zur Sicherstellung der Zuverlässigkeit von Klassifikationssystemen und Taxono-mien, die zur Abbildung des Pflegeprozesses genutzt werden, wird in der Pfle-gewissenschaft eine Validierung derselben gefordert. Dieser Beitrag gibt einen Überblick über den Stand der Validierungsarbeiten zu ENP. Problemstellung: Die Nutzung der Daten des mit standardisi...
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Die Mehrheit der pflegebezogenen Studiengänge (Pflegewissenschaft, Pflegemanagement und Pflegepädagogik) zeichnen sich durch ihren Weiterbildungscharakter aus. Dieser begründet sich mit der Entwicklung des Pflegeberufs und der zwingenden Studienvoraussetzung eine Pflegeausbildung vor Studienbeginn absolviert zu haben. Pflegestudierende können daher...
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A violência é hoje um sério problema de saúde global e de proporções epidémicas (Institute for Economics and Peace), constituindo um grave problema de saúde pública (OMS). Atualmente a violência é vista como um fenômeno abrangente, que exige ser compreendido nas suas diferentes dimensões e requer uma ação sistémica e resiliente. É um processo compl...
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The 2nd International Nursing and Health Sciences Symposium (INHSS), was successfully held in collaboration with School of Nursing and Nutrition Department, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, East Java, Indonesia, at virtual conference using Zoom Apps from 28-30th October 2021. More than one-hundred participants from three countrie...
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Job stress can cause harmful physical and emotional responses which can affect the health in an adverse way and it will also result in low work productivity. The World has become a place where stress and depression go hand in hand in the place of work and it has spread in to the generation that even young people are a part of it. In this present st...
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Introduction: One of the leading causes of death in the world is cardiovascular disease; it is treated with surgery, medication, and by establishing healthy habits. In postoperative cardiac surgery, involving the respiratory systems, cardiovascular, kidneys, and central nervous system complications represent an important and possibly fatal cause of...
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Background The Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) is an example of a historic event involving nurses, with the participation of professional and volunteer nurses from Spain and other countries. In this context, nurses were trained over short periods of time and recruited to work at hospitals serving the two warring camps. Objectives To identify the cha...
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Tuberculosis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus are among the top ten causes of death globally. To prevent the spread of these infections, health workers and student nurses should comply to infection prevention and control measures called standard precautions. The aim of this study is to assess compliance of Eswatini university student nurses regardi...
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Introduction In December 2020, the first two COVID-19 vaccines were approved in the United States (U.S.) and recommended for distribution to front-line personnel, including nurses. Nursing students are being prepared to fill critical gaps in the health care workforce and have played important supportive roles during the current pandemic. Research h...
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Introduction The safety and quality of patient care are basic guidelines in finding new and improved solutions in nursing. Important and influential factors shape the nurses’ work environment in hospitals. Purpose With the study, we intended to investigate whether the perception of nurses’ work environment is related to the safety culture and the...
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Social isolation and loneliness are prevalent and impactful in the lives of older adult across care settings, and the emergence of a deadly global pandemic requiring social distancing and quarantining exacerbated these experiences significantly in 2020. A semester-long communication-focused clinical project was developed and piloted for sophomore b...
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Introduction European societies are rapidly becoming multicultural. Cultural diversity presents new challenges and opportunities to communities that receive immigrants and migrants, and highlights the need for culturally safe healthcare. Universities share a responsibility to build a fair and equitable society by integrating cultural content in the...
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Introduction: The state of nursing is subjecting to contemporary changes with health care advancements. Nursing is identified as a profession with a broad knowledge base affirming scientific and artistic principles. Objective: To develop a comprehensive understanding of scientific and artistic components of nursing with relevance to ongoing profess...
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Der Mensch bildet nach heutigem Stand der wissenschaftlichen und hinreichend existierenden Erkenntnisse zweifelsohne eine bio-psycho-soziale Einheit. Dieser anthropologische Ansatz ist auch für die Pflegewissenschaft von prägender Bedeutung. Doch dies war im Gesundheitswesen nicht immer so, insbesondere die Pflege hat im Laufe ihrer Professionalisi...
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Background Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) in research positively affects the relevance, quality, and impact of research. Around 11% of studies published in leading medical journals demonstrate PPIE. The extent of PPIE in nursing research has not been previously studied. Methods A descriptive study of PPIE in clinical trials p...
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The core implication of nursing professionals' labor is promoting self-care and foster well-being among healthcare service users. The beginning of the healing process starts with the provider, and self-care habits are needed to positively impact on patients' care outcomes at different spheres. Overall, current literature supports the idea that nurs...
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This commentary summarizes the contemporary design and use of surveys or questionnaires in nursing science, particularly in light of recent reporting guidelines to standardize and improve the quality of survey studies in healthcare research. The benefits, risks, and limitations of these types of data collection tools are also briefly discussed.
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Among the many contributions of Professor Rasidi Akinade Salawu to nursing profession in Nigeria, is his introduction into nursing of a model about the prevailing administrative and managerial environment in nursing. Although not formally documented all these years, many nurse managers, his colleagues as well as students (like us) who have encounte...
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Purpose: The aim of this study was to gather data from female students studying in both health and non-health colleges at Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University and report the prevalence, reasons, and determinants of dietary supplements use. Methods: A month-long cross-sectional study was conducted in health and non-health colleges affiliated to...
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From Nursing Education, Research, & Practice 11(2), 32-37. University study of nursing science requires sufficient knowledge of academic English to process various materials published in English. Many Finnish students enter university nursing science studies from heterogenous backgrounds and require assistance on their academic English reading ski...
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Sleep is a basic need that is frequently set aside in modern societies. This leads to profound but complex physiological maladaptations in the body commonly referred to as circadian disruption, which recently has been characterized as a carcinogenic factor and reason for poor treatment outcomes, shortened survival, and reduced quality of life in ca...
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Purpose: Encountering patients with chest pain iscommon for Registered Nurses (RNs) in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) who are responsible for the patient’s medical and nursing care . From a lifeworld perspective, bodily illness is related to existential suffering, requiring knowledge to asses the situation from a holistic perspective . The aim of...
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Telemedicine can be used to conduct ophthalmological assessment of patients, facilitating patient access to specialist care. Since the teleophthalmology models require data collection support from other health professionals, the purpose of our study was to assess agreement between the nursing technician and the ophthalmologist in acquisition of hea...
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Background Assessment of parental satisfaction with child nursing is the key issue in evaluation of the care quality, enabling the adjustment of the services provided to the needs and expectations of recipients, and thus ensuring safety and achieving better long-term health effects. Aim Assessment of parental satisfaction with child nursing in pae...
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Objective To review the impact of clinical supervision of post-registration/qualification healthcare professionals on healthcare organisational outcomes. Background Clinical supervision is a professional support mechanism that benefits patients, healthcare professionals and healthcare organisations. Whilst evidence is growing on the impact of clin...
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Simulation may be an effective educational strategy for undergraduate nursing students to experience evidence-based practice. The aim of this scoping review is to explore such simulations to discover the design characteristics that best achieve this goal. In this review, we will consider studies in which the focus was on evidence-based practice-rel...
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Background Effective clinical reasoning is a core competency of health professionals that is necessary to assure patients’ safety. Unfortunately, adoption of longitudinal clinical reasoning curricula is still infrequent. This study explores the barriers that hinder the explicit teaching of clinical reasoning from a new international perspective. M...
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Hintergrund: Die Geburt eines Früh- oder kritisch kranken Neugeborenen ist ein potentiell traumatisches Ereignis für die gesamte Familie. Die Auswirkungen lassen sich unter dem Begriff des »Post Intensive Care Syndrom Family«, kurz »PICS-F« zusammenfassen. Eine Intervention zur Begleitung Angehöriger, die sich auf neonatologischen Intensivstationen...
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Background: Development of professional behaviour in nursing students is an important part of a nurse’s overall competence. Self-evaluation is one way of measuring professional behaviour amongst nursing students. However, studies on self-reported professional behaviour of nursing students are limited in Namibia. Aim: This study aimed to investigate...
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Background The nursing education system has evolved with an increased emphasis on student-centred education, such as implementing flipped classroom pedagogy. Given the promising positive educational outcomes, the trend of using flipped classroom pedagogy has become increasingly popular in undergraduate nursing education. However, little is known ab...
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Background: Rigorous research proving that more, better educated nurses lead to better patient outcomes is still being presented to the nurse science community; however, nursing shortages are persisting worldwide. Purpose: This paper aims to provide a critical commentary on the contemporary nursing workforce research and propose “Park's Sweet Spot...
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The research looks into the information literacy skills of students at RIPANS Aizawl, Mizoram. To accomplish the goal, structured questionnaires were distributed to 150 respondents, of which 144 received questionnaires. There were 6 departments, and 25 questionnaires were distributed to students from each department. The results show that several s...
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Experiences of creating awareness and introducing Forensic Nursing Science in a country with special efforts in India have been described in this book. Knowledge, skills. Attitude and communication requirements for budding forensic nurses have been described with special emphasis on the ethics of the profession.
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Objective: This paper aims to spur thought-provoking practical debates on current nurse workforce staffing and scheduling systems in relation to a critical review of Ang and colleagues' (2018) article entitled “Nurse workforce scheduling in the emergency department: A sequential decision support system considering multiple objectives.” Design: Disc...