A mobile health application-based strategy for enhancing adherence to antipsychotic medication in schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is a chronic, recurrent severe mental illness associated with high levels of disability, and patients usually have poor functional outcomes (Devaramane, Pai,& Vella, 2011). Most patients with schizophrenia inevitably receive long-term treatment with antipsychotics (King et al., 2014). However, it is very difficult to maintain continuous treatment because of poor medication adherence in patients with schizophrenia (Tarutani et al., 2016). Velligan et al. (2009) indicated that approximately 50% of outpatients with schizophrenia could not adhere to antipsychotic drug treatment. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - August 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Xiaodan Zhu, Min Li, Peng Liu, Ru Chang, Qing Wang, Juan Liu Source Type: research

Effect of covid-19 pandemic on mental health among Albanian people residing in the country and abroad – Implications for mental care
Coronavirus disease caused by the novel coronavirus Covid-19 is a current worldwide outbreak. The use of quarantine and isolation proved effective in containing the spread of infection. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - August 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Fatjona Kamberi, Jerina Jaho, Enkeleint Aggelos Mechili, Enkeleda Sinaj, Hera Skendo Source Type: research

Integrating behavioral health and substance use models for advanced PMHN practice in primary care: Progress made in the 21st century
The integration of behavioral health and substance use assessment and treatment has advanced in primary care settings in the 21st century yet the roles and practice of nursing remain unclear. This paper focuses on the Institute of Medicine (2011) Report on the “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health”, and to what degree specialty of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing has advanced as it pertains to behavioral health integration. Each of the four domains (practice, education, leadership and policy) in the Report will be highlighted with recommendations for how Psychiatric-Mental Health Advanced Pr...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 25, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Victoria Soltis-Jarrett Source Type: research

Psychiatric nursing science: Current status and future prospect
The Institute of Medicine's (IOM) Future of Nursing (FON) (IOM, 2011) report emphasized the critical role of nursing science in advancing national health goals. Acknowledging the insufficient nurse scientist workforce, Recommendation #5 of the FON was to double the number of nurses with doctoral preparation by 2020 (IOM, 2011, p. 281). The report broadly defined nursing science as the discovery and translation of knowledge that promotes individual and population health through the development of the evidence base for effective practice, the redesign of health care systems, and health outcome evaluation. (Source: Archives o...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 23, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Emily J. Hauenstein, Rachael S. Clark Source Type: research

The path of compassion in forensic psychiatry
We aimed to deepen our understanding of the concept of compassion in caring for patients with mental illness in forensic psychiatric inpatient care settings. Qualitative analysis was used to illuminate themes from interviews conducted with 13 nurses in a prior study. The audiotaped interviews, which had been transcribed verbatim, were analyzed following a hermeneutic approach. Results revealed the main theme of “being compassionate in forensic psychiatry is an emotional journey” and three themes. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 23, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Lars Hammarstr öm, Siri Andreassen Devik, Ove Hellzen, Marie Häggström Source Type: research

Internet addiction and Facebook addiction in Spanish women with eating disorders
We aim to investigate the association between the presence of eating disorders and both Internet addiction (IA) and Facebook addiction (FA) in women suffering from eating disorders. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 21, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Isabel Panea-Pizarro, Fidel L ópez-Espuela, Almudena Martos-Sánchez, Ana Teresa Domínguez-Martín, Luis Beato-Fernández, José María Moran-García Source Type: research

The challenges of keeping psychiatric patients safe in rehabilitation centers during coronavirus outbreak
As the number of patients infected with the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) increases, the number of deaths has also been increasing. As of 2 June 2020, World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that a total of 6,194,533 cases had tested positive for COVID-19 globally, which 376,320 deaths had recorded, equivalent to a case-fatality rate of 6.07% (World Health Organization, 2020). In addition to physical disorders, coronavirus infection has also affected global mental health and caused psychological problems in all members of society around the world such as moderate-to-severe stress, anxiety, and depression (Torales e...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 20, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Seideh Mahrokh Alinaghi Maddah, Mahnaz Modanloo Source Type: research

Deconstructing identity: Professional relationships for sustaining morally habitable workplaces
Our professional responsibility as nurses is to enact social justice by changing oppressive structures. However, this may be difficult with competing perspectives in healthcare environments. Deconstructing our identity is foundational if we are to understand how to develop professional relationships with peers to move forward as a collective to enact social justice. A paradigm shift, from one world view to multiplicity, will help us develop insight into our own identities and professional relationships to sustain morally habitable workplaces. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 18, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Colleen Maykut Source Type: research

Nursing in the American Justice System
Efforts to provide humane care for the mentally ill has led to growth of more suitable services in community-based settings, yet resources are insufficient to meet the needs of mentally ill who interface with the criminal justice system. The resulting collateral damage has created a pathway to prison for massive numbers of impaired individuals, and the inhumane warehousing of thousands of mentally ill people is reminiscent of a century ago. The criminal justice system was never intended to be a safety net for the public mental health system. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 17, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Deborah Shelton, Annette T. Maruca, Rane é Wright Source Type: research

The role of psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners in improving mental and behavioral health care delivery for children and adolescents in multiple settings
In 2011 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released their landmark report, Future of Nursing 2020, calling for nurses to serve as “full partners” in shaping the future of the healthcare system and laying out a series of goals for the profession to obtain by the year 2020 (Institute of Medicine (IOM), 2011). In a time of rising rates of childhood mental health disorders (O'Connell et al., 2009), including an increase in you th suicide (Hedegaard et al., 2018), the need for strong nursing leadership and innovation in healthcare is not only a professional obligation, but ...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 17, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Aparna Kumar, Anne Kearney, Katelin Hoskins, Anita Iyengar Source Type: research

Psychiatric mental health nursing: Career choice and longevity of African American registered nurses
The number of Psychiatric Mental Health Registered Nurses (PMHRN) in the United States (U.S.) is low, with researchers noting a particular shortage of new graduates pursuing this field (Barbe et al., 2017). In the first comprehensive analysis of the U.S. Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (PMHN) workforce ten years ago, Hanrahan (2009) sounded the alarm, calling PMHRNs “an endangered species” (p. 41). The reluctance of nursing students to choose PMHN as their future career has been well documented (Alexander et al., 2015; Carthon et al., 2015; Delaney, Drew& Rushton, 2018; Flaskerud, 2018; Murray et al., 201...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 11, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Robbi K. Alexander, Cynthia Diefenbeck, Jennifer S. Graber Source Type: research

Developing community engagement: The psychiatric nurse generalist as full partner in suicide prevention
The Institute of Medicine's (IOM) report on the Future of Nursing: Leading Change recommended that nurses become full partners with physicians and other health professionals in redesigning health care (IOM, 2011). A subtheme of this recommendation was the need for nurses to assume leadership roles in such collaborations. This included participating to create and implement policy with decision making bodies such as boards of directors, coalitions, and advisory councils. Much of the details in this recommendation focused on health care delivery improvement. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 10, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Michael J. Polacek, Kathleen R. Delaney Source Type: research

The paradoxical role of insight in mental illness: The experience of stigma and shame in schizophrenia, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders
This study examined the factor structure of the Hungarian version of the Birchwood Insight Scale (BIS) and analyzed its association with socio-demographics, diagnosis, internalized stigma, and shame using confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) with covariates. Mentally ill patients (N  = 200) completed self-report questionnaires. CFA supported two-factor structure. While previous hospitalizations and diagnosis were associated with insight, insight predicted higher internalized stigma and shame. Efforts to increase insight should be matter of importance in the wider spectrum o f mental diagnoses. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 10, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Tzipi Buchman-Wildbaum, Enik ő Váradi, Ágoston Schmelowszky, Mark D. Griffiths, Zsolt Demetrovics, Róbert Urbán Source Type: research

Advances in geropsychiatric nursing: A decade in review
This article provides a brief overview of the early development of geropsychiatric nursing (GPN) as background for examining its advancement subsequent to the 2010 Future of Nursing (FON) Report. The FON's education, practice and leadership recommendations form the three pillars that have supported geropsychiatric nursing's continuing evolution, framed within a practice and policy perspective. Lessons learned are relevant to developing the next phase of FON recommendations. The importance of overcoming challenges faced by the field of GPN is supported by the aging global population, the directions of nursing as a disciplin...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 10, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Caroline E. Stephens, Lauren Massimo, Melodee Harris, Lois Evans, Kathleen Buckwalter Source Type: research

Effect of state regulatory environments on advanced psychiatric nursing practice
This article integrates data from studies that examine how state and local regulation affects psychiatric mental health APRN practice with the literature on how state scope of practice regulation affects the size and distribution of the broader APRN workforce, access to care, health care costs and prices, and innovation in health care service delivery. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 9, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Bethany J. Phoenix, Susan A. Chapman Source Type: research

A call to action: Reclaiming our PMH APN heritage
Advanced practice (APN) psychiatric mental health (PMH) nursing has undergone a dramatic role and credentialing transition since the 1990s from psychiatric-mental health clinical nurse specialist (PMHCNS) to psychiatric mental-health nurse practitioner (PMHNP). The direct care component of the PMHCNS role featured individual, family, and group psychotherapy and a range of other intervention modalities (Delaney, 2005, 2017). However, whereas the original PMHCNS role centered on forming a therapeutic alliance and providing psychotherapy services to patients, the current focus of the PMHNP has shifted to a more medical model ...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 9, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: June Andrews Horowitz, Bobbie Posmontier Source Type: research

Courageous caring conversations: Promoting faculty wellbeing
Courageous Caring Conversations was designed to support faculty wellbeing and a culture of caring and civility in nursing academe. This innovative strategy involves an adaptation of Schwartz Healthcare Rounds for nursing education to establish a culture of respect and caring among nursing faculty. The process is guided by Chinn's Peace and Power process. Courageous Caring Conversations encourage faculty to discuss ethical dilemmas and challenging academic or collegial situations that occur over the course of the semester. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 8, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Brenda G. Kucirka, Mary Baumberger-Henry Source Type: research

Psychological effects of nurses and midwives due to COVID-19 outbreak: The case of Turkey
The study was carried out to determine the psychological impact levels of nurses and midwives due to the COVID-19 outbreak. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 7, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Yasemin Erkal Aksoy, Vesile Ko çak Source Type: research

The business and practice of psychiatric advanced practice nursing in long term care
Given the state of health care in the U.S. and the growing health care needs addressed by the Affordable Care Act of 2010, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health which identified challenges faced by the U.S. health care system and the significant role of nursing as a part of the solution (IOM, 2011). Among the top challenges to health care include an aging population and rising chronic diseases (IOM, 2011). While nurses, particularly advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), are poised to fill provider shortages and to address health care needs across the health ...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 7, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Nancy M. Birtley, Lorraine Phillips Source Type: research

“The Future of Nursing: Accelerating gains made to address the continuum of substance use”
Guided by four key messages from the decade-old Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, “The Future of Nursing,” this paper highlights the progress made by the nursing profession in addressing substance use and its related disorders and offers recommendations to sustain and advance efforts to enhance care for persons who use substances, one of the most stigmatized and vulnerable po pulations. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 7, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Matthew Tierney, Deborah S. Finnell, Madeline Naegle, Ann M. Mitchell, Elizabeth M. Pace Source Type: research

Use of coercion prevention tools in Finnish psychiatric wards
Inpatient violence is a widespread problem in psychiatric wards and has often serious consequences. Literature indicates that de-escalation techniques are the recommended first-line intervention for managing violence, are widely used to reduce it, and restrictive practices in mental health settings. However, these techniques and models are not used at the optimum frequency and/or important factors are limiting their use and effectiveness. We aimed to determine what kind of de-escalation methods are used to reduce violence and coercion in Finnish psychiatric hospitals. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 7, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Jaana Asikainen, Olavi Louheranta, Katri Vehvil äinen-Julkunen, Eila Repo-Tiihonen Source Type: research

Analysis of child and adolescent psychiatric-mental health APRN education: Implications for the nursing workforce
Worldwide, there are approximately 2 billion children and adolescents, up to 20% of them experience mental disorders, creating a public health crisis that can no longer be ignored (World Health Organization [WHO], 2012). Children with mental disorders face major challenges including stigma, bullying, isolation, and discrimination; these challenges put them at risk for lack of access to health care and interruptions in their education. All too often, they also face risk to violation of their fundamental human rights (Wainberg et al., 2017). (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 6, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Edilma Yearwood, Sarah Raphel, Lisa Malmo, Pamela Galehouse Source Type: research

Characterization of adopted suicidal behavior and its main influencing factors: A qualitative study with adolescents
A better understanding of the meanings that adolescents associate with suicide, contributes to the development of psychotherapeutic intervention programs to be implemented by nurse specialists in mental health and psychiatric nursing. Therefore, adolescents need to characterize their adopted suicidal behaviors and identify the personal characteristics that contribute to this same behavior. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 6, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Rosa Maria Pereira Sim ões, José Carlos Pereira dos Santos, Maria Júlia Costa Marques Martinho Source Type: research

Preparing the clinicians of tomorrow: Weaving integrated care across doctor of nursing practice education
In today's changing landscape of health care, integrated health care is essential for achieving the aspirations of the Triple Aim – improving patient care quality and satisfaction and improving population health outcomes while reducing costs (Berwick, Nolan,& Whittington, 2008). Integrated health care is defined as the comprehensive delivery of primary and psychiatric health care in a cost effective patient centered design (Lewis et al., 2014). Specialty silos in health care remain ineffective and the future of health care will rely on integrated care provided by interspecialty and interdisciplinary teams. (Sourc...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 6, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Jennifer S. Graber, Beatrice Gaynor, Lorraine Phillips, Carolyn Haines, Cynthia Diefenbeck Source Type: research

Violence against women with mental illness and routine screening: Nurses' knowledge, confidence, barriers and learning needs
Violence against women is a major public health issue and women with mental illness (WMI) are at a double disadvantage. While nurses play a key role in identifying and responding to abused women, research is limited on this issue from India. This qualitative study was aimed to explore nurses' knowledge, confidence, and learning needs in the identification and responding to disclosure of abuse in women with mental illness. The focus group discussions were conducted among nurses (N  = 21) working in psychiatry units at a tertiary care center. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 6, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: P. Vijayalakshmi, Sailaxmi Gandhi, S.S. Nikhil Reddy, P. Marimuthu, Suresh BadaMath Source Type: research

The relationship between domestic violence and the attitudes of women towards honor, gender roles, and wife-beating in Turkey
This study aimed to determine the relationship between women's exposure to spousal/partner violence and their attitudes towards honor, social gender roles, and beating in Turkey. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 5, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Hacer Alan Dikmen, Ilknur Munevver Gonenc Source Type: research

Prevalence of sexual harassment toward psychiatric nurses and its association with quality of life in China
This study aimed to examine the prevalence of sexual harassment (SH) toward Chinese psychiatric nurses and its association with quality of life (QOL). (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - July 5, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Liang-Nan Zeng, Ka-In Lok, Feng-Rong An, Ling Zhang, Di Wang, Gabor S. Ungvari, Daniel T. Bressington, Teris Cheung, Ligang Chen, Yu-Tao Xiang Source Type: research

Perceived social support and depression symptoms in patients with major depressive disorder in Taiwan: An association study
This study analyzes the association between social support and depression symptoms of inpatients with major depressive disorder. A total of 160 inpatients were recruited from the acute psychiatric ward of a medical center in northern Taiwan between July 1, 2015, and December 31, 2016. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, simple linear regression and multiple linear regression. Our results reveal that patient depression level is significantly associated with gender, age, marital status, education, occupation and number of admissions due to depression. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - June 28, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Tsai-Yin Shih, Shu-Li Cheng, Shu-Hui Chang, Huey-Fang Sun Source Type: research

Incorporating moral resilience into an undergraduate nursing program
The concept of the idea of moral resilience training began as a method to assist those persons experiencing moral distress in a variety of areas. The concept of moral distress has been conceptualized for many years, and the effects of distress on nurses has been identified as far back as the 1970s with the relationship of moral distress to nursing burnout (Benner, 1984; Freudenberger, 1974; Humphrey, 1988; Jameton, 1984; Maslach& Jackson, 1981). Jameton (1984) noted that “one knows the right thing to do but is unable to perform the action because of constraints.” Moral distress has been defined as a situati...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - June 18, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Julie Baker-Townsend Source Type: research

Background characteristics and exposure to violence predict well-being at work among psychiatric outpatient nurses
To investigate the well-being at work and analyze relevant predictors of it among nurses working in psychiatric outpatient settings including following specific objectives 1) describe the current state of well-being at work among psychiatric nurses; and 2) examine how background characteristics and exposure to violence predict well-being at work. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - June 15, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Jenni Konttila, Arja Holopainen, Helvi Kyng äs, Hanna-Mari Pesonen Source Type: research

A qualitative study of medication adherence amongst people with schizophrenia
Non-adherence to antipsychotic medication is common among people with schizophrenia, and is associated with an increased risk of relapse. It is important to develop strategies to enhance medication adherence. Few qualitative studies have been undertaken to understand the consumer's perspective. The voice of people who are prescribed these medications is therefore missing from the research literature. Reasons for non-adherence were investigated by directly engaging with consumers and exploring their attitudes, beliefs and experiences concerning antipsychotic medications. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - June 6, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Lucinda Clifford, Shona Crabb, Deborah Turnbull, Lisa Hahn, Cherrie Galletly Source Type: research

Effective recommendations for reducing anxiety and depression caused by COVID-19 outbreak in medical staff
The pandemy of new coronavirus (COVID-19) and its spread to other geographical areas has become a major concern for health care providers around the world in recent months after the outbreak in Wuhan, China (Zandifar& Badrfam, 2020). (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - June 5, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Aziz Kamran, Mahdi Naeim, Samira Ghobadi Bagvand Source Type: research

Developmental trajectory and relationships between Adolescents' social capital, self-esteem, and depressive symptoms: A latent growth model
The aim of this study was to explore longitudinal methods to evaluate the influence of social capital and self-esteem on depressive symptoms among adolescents. The current study tested secondary data obtained from the Korea Youth Panel Survey through the use of a multivariate latent growth model. Social capital and self-esteem tended to increase over periods of four years, whereas depressive symptoms had a tendency to decrease in the same periods. In the case of indirect effects on depressive symptoms by way of self-esteem, significant indirect associations were identified. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - June 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Sungwon Lim, Seon Heui Lee, Hyun Sill Rhee Source Type: research

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Social determinants of peripartum depressive symptoms among Black peripartum women living with HIV
HIV infection during pregnancy, may present risk of developing depression during pregnancy and postpartum. This psychiatric mood disorder, and many others such as anxiety and HIV-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been reported prevalent among pregnant and non-pregnant women living with HIV (WLWH). Multiple studies have found associations between social determinants of health and depressive symptoms in this population. However, despite deleterious effects on mother and child which may include suicidal ideations and infant death, only very few studies have examined this phenomenon for peripartum women, parti...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - May 22, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Emmanuela Nneamaka Ojukwu, Giovanna Cecilia De Oliveira, Rosina Cianelli, Natalia Villegas-Rodriguez, Christine Toledo Source Type: research

Effects of psychological intervention for Korean infertile women under In Vitro Fertilization on infertility stress, depression, intimacy, sexual satisfaction and fatigue
This quasi-experimental study with a nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design was conducted to evaluate the effects of a psychological intervention program for 50 women with infertility (experimental group: 26, control group: 24) utilizing assisted reproductive technology. The experimental group received six four-hour sessions of intervention, with outcomes measured at baseline and four weeks post-intervention. The experimental group demonstrated significant improvements in marital intimacy (z  = 6.528, p  (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - May 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Miok Kim, So-Hyun Moon, Jee-Ean Kim Source Type: research

The longitudinal influence of cyberbullying victimization on depression and posttraumatic stress symptoms: The mediation role of rumination
Prior studies demonstrated that cyberbullying victimization is associated with mental health in adolescent samples. The purpose of this study was to examine the mediational roles of intrusive and deliberate rumination in the association between cyberbullying victimization, depression, and posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) among Chinese adolescents in two-wave longitudinal data. A total of 661 Chinese junior high school students completed the measures at Time 1 (T1) and Time 2 (T2). Adolescents' self-reports of cyberbullying victimization, rumination, depression, and PTSS were used in the analyses. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - May 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Caimeng Liu, Zhen Liu, Guangzhe Yuan Source Type: research

Effects of psychological program for Korean infertile women in IVF stage on infertility stress, depression, intimacy, sexual satisfaction and fatigue
This quasi-experimental study with a nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design was conducted to evaluate the effects of a psychological intervention program for 50 women with infertility (experimental group: 26, control group: 24) utilizing assisted reproductive technology. The experimental group received six four-hour sessions of intervention, with outcomes measured at baseline and four weeks post-intervention. The experimental group demonstrated significant improvements in marital intimacy (z  = 6.528, p  (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - May 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Miok Kim, So-Hyun Moon, Jee-Ean Kim Source Type: research

Psychological distress and diabetes self-management in patients with type 2 diabetes and comorbid serious mental illness
Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease of the endocrine system characterized by abnormal glucose metabolism, the most common variety being type 2 diabetes (T2DM), which usually occurs in adults. The WHO estimates that 422 million people have diabetes and there is an increasing global prevalence (W.H.O., 2016). Uncontrolled T2DM may be associated with the development of complications such as macrovascular disease peripheral neuropathy and retinopathy that may induce quality-adjusted life-years decrements in patients (Shao, Yang, Fonseca, Stoecker,& Shi, 2019). (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - May 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Lin-Chuan Wu, Chien Yu Lai, Chun-Jen Huang, Frank Huang-Chih Chou, Erica TengYuan Yu, Ching-Yun Yu Source Type: research

The longitudinal influence of cyberbullying victimization on depression and PTSD: The mediation role of rumination
Prior studies demonstrated that cyberbullying victimization is associated with mental health in adolescent samples. The purpose of this study was to examine the mediational roles of intrusive and deliberate rumination in the association between cyberbullying victimization, depression, and posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) among Chinese adolescents in two-wave longitudinal data. A total of 661 Chinese junior high school students completed the measures at Time 1 (T1) and Time 2 (T2). Adolescents' self-reports of cyberbullying victimization, rumination, depression, and PTSS were used in the analyses. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - May 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Caimeng Liu, Zhen Liu, Guangzhe Yuan Source Type: research

Effectiveness of nurses training in routine screening of violence against women with mental illness: A randomized controlled trail
Globally, people with mental illness are highly vulnerable to various forms of abuse. Yet, research on routine screening of violence by mental health professionals is limited. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - May 4, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Vijayalakshmi Poreddi, Sailaxmi Gandhi, Nikhil Reddy, P. Marimuthu, Suresh BadaMath Source Type: research

Assuring mental health during our current pandemic
Amidst the social distancing, the long lines for coronavirus testing, and most especially the stress within the COVID-19 units within our hospitals, it is important that we remind ourselves, our families, our patients, and our professional colleagues to attend to their mental health. Based on our mental health background we all know what works. Yet it is, at times, difficult to take the first step to the walk in the woods, the meditation, the exercise, the yoga, and the reflection. At times I have found myself staring at the computer screen, not motivated to move forward in any direction. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - April 21, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Joyce J. Fitzpatrick Tags: Editorial Source Type: research

Women, addiction, and grief: A quality improvement initiative
Considerable research has been conducted identifying risk factors associated with substance abuse disorders (SUD) in women. These factors include psychological and emotional distress, domestic violence, sexual abuse, weight control, fighting exhaustion, and chronic pain (NIDA: https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/substance-use-in-women). Another risk factor, and common experience among substance abusing women, is the death of a family member and unresolved grief (Furr, Johnson,& Goodall, 2015; Horton, Luna,& Malloy, 2018; McComish et al., 1999; Raskin, 1992). (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - April 20, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Carla J. Groh, Jasmina Cunmulaj Source Type: research

Differences in attitude toward prevention of suicide between nursing and medicine students: A study in Mexican population
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the attitude toward suicide prevention in medicine and nursing students attending University in south Mexico, considering their family and personal history of suicide. Demographic features and self-reported personal and family history of suicide were evaluated in 355 Mexican students at the Health Sciences School. Their views toward suicide prevention was assessed using the Attitude Toward Suicide Prevention scale. Comparisons between medicine and nursing students were performed, as well as between had or had-not previous personal or family history of suicide. (Source: Archives ...
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - April 16, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Mar ía Lilia López-Narváez, Yudy Merady Escobar-Chan, Juan Pablo Sánchez de la Cruz, Carlos Alfonso Tovilla-Zárate, Isela Esther Juárez-Rojop, Ana Fresan, Thelma Beatriz González-Castro, Andrea Carolina Montanee-Sandoval, Samuel Suárez-Méndez Source Type: research

The relationship between posttraumatic stress symptoms of maternity professionals and quality of work life, cognitive status, and traumatic perinatal experiences
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between posttraumatic stress symptoms of maternity nursing and their quality of work life, cognitive distortions, and traumatic perinatal experiences. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - April 16, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Seyhan Çankaya, Hacer Alan Dikmen Source Type: research

Maternal depression, anxiety, psychoticism and paranoid ideation have effects on developmental delay types of infants: A study with clinical infant-mother dyads
In this study, we evaluated the relationship between maternal psychiatric symptoms and developmental delay types of infants who have not a known risk factor and are expected to show healthy development but have some behavioral and developmental problems. (Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing)
Source: Archives of Psychiatric Nursing - April 15, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Hesna G ül, Ahmet Gül, Koray Kara Source Type: research