Skin colour assessment of replanted fingers in digital images and its reliability for the incorporation of images in nursing progress notes
ConclusionsHigh inter‐rater reliability for digital images in nursing progress notes was not observed. Assessments of future improvements in colour reproduction technologies are required. Relevance to clinical practiceFurther digitisation and visualisation of nursing records might pose challenges. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 12, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Taiko Terashima, Sadako Yoshimura Tags: ORIGINAL ARTICLE Source Type: research

Patient agitation and its management in adult critical care: A integrative review and narrative synthesis
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 11, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Samantha Freeman MRes, BSc , Janelle Yorke PhD, MRes, RGN , Paul Dark PhD, MB, ChB Source Type: research

Experiences of registered nurses from a refugee background: A scoping review
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 11, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Harrison Ng Chok MPH, BSc , Judy Mannix PhD, MNurs, MEdNurs , Cathy Dickson PhD, DN, MCN, BHlthSc , Lesley Wilkes PhD, MHPEd, GDipEd Nurs, BSc Source Type: research

Patient agitation and its management in adult critical care: A integrative review and narrative synthesis
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 11, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

Experiences of registered nurses from a refugee background: A scoping review
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 11, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

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Journal of Clinical Nursing, Ahead of Print. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 11, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

Patient agitation and its management in adult critical care: A integrative review and narrative synthesis
ConclusionsOur review has shown that there is a dearth of research focusing on care of agitated patients in the Adult Critical Care Unit, despite this being a high‐risk group. There are dilemmas for clinical teams about the effectiveness of applying physical and/or pharmacological restraint. The review has highlighted that the risk of self‐extubation increases with the presence of agitation, reinforcing the need for constant clinical observation and vigilance. Relevance to clinical practiceThe importance of ensuring patients are re‐orientated regularly and signs of agitation assessed and acted upon promptly is reiter...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 11, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Samantha Freeman, Janelle Yorke, Paul Dark Tags: REVIEW Source Type: research

The impact of Early Warning Score and Rapid Response Systems on nurses ’ competence: An integrative literature review and synthesis
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: J ørghild Karlotte Jensen RN , Randi Skår PhD , Bodil Tveit PhD Source Type: research

Changes in the dysphagia and nutritional status of patients with brain injury
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Hyeyeoung Kim RN, MA , Yeonok Suh RN, PhD Source Type: research

Insights on compassion and patient ‐centred nursing in intensive care: A constructivist grounded theory
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Samantha Jakimowicz RN, BNurs Hons, BCHC , Lin Perry MSc, PhD, RN , Joanne Lewis PhD, MPallC, RN Source Type: research

Using the trauma patient experience and evaluation of hospital discharge practices to inform practice change: A mixed methods study
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Helen Goldsmith RN , Andrea McCloughen PhD, RN , Kate Curtis PhD, RN Source Type: research

How do clinicians practise the principles of beneficence when deciding to allow or deny family presence during resuscitation?
Journal of Clinical Nursing,Volume 27, Issue 5-6, Page e1214-e1224, March 2018. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Tracey Giles PhD, MNg, RN , Sheryl de Lacey PhD, MA, RN , Eimear Muir ‐Cochrane PhD, BSc Hons, MNS Source Type: research

Changes in the dysphagia and nutritional status of patients with brain injury
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

The impact of Early Warning Score and Rapid Response Systems on nurses ’ competence: An integrative literature review and synthesis
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

Insights on compassion and patient ‐centred nursing in intensive care: A constructivist grounded theory
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

Using the trauma patient experience and evaluation of hospital discharge practices to inform practice change: A mixed methods study
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

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Journal of Clinical Nursing, Ahead of Print. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

A study on the Information ‐Motivation‐Behavioral Skills Model among Chinese Adults with Peritoneal Dialysis
ConclusionsThe IMB model is an appropriate and applicable model to explain and predict the self‐care behavior of Chinese peritoneal dialysis patients. Poor self‐care behavior among peritoneal dialysis patients results in PDAP.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Tian ‐ying Chang, Yan Shan, Sai‐sai Liu, Song Xiao‐yue, Zheng‐yan Li, Li‐ping Du, Yan‐yan Li, Gao Douqing Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

How do clinicians practise the principles of beneficence when deciding to allow or deny family presence during resuscitation?
ConclusionsThe decision to allow or deny family presence during resuscitation is complex, and often impacted by personal preferences and beliefs, setting norms and tensions between clinicians and consumers. As a result, many families are missing the chance to be with their loved ones at the end of life. The introduction of institutional guidelines and policies would help to establish what safe and effective practice consists of, reduce value‐laden decision‐making and guide beneficent decision‐making. Relevance to Clinical PracticeThese findings highlight current deficits in decision‐making around FPDR and could pro...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 8, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Tracey Giles, Sheryl Lacey, Eimear Muir ‐Cochrane Tags: ORIGINAL ARTICLE Source Type: research

Immigrant nurses ’ perceptions on cultural differences‐based job concerns: A phenomenological study in Shanghai China
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Haiping Yu MSc, BSc, RN , Youqing Peng MSc, BSc, RN , Yunying Hung PhD, RN , Lin Zhou MSc, BSc, RN Source Type: research

Nursing staff intentions towards managing deteriorating health in nursing homes: A convergent parallel mixed ‐methods study using the theory of planned behaviour
Journal of Clinical Nursing,Volume 27, Issue 5-6, Page e992-e1003, March 2018. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Barbara J. O'Neill PhD, RN , Trudy Dwyer PhD, RN , Kerry Reid ‐Searl PhD, RN , Lynne Parkinson PhD Source Type: research

Risk factors associated with newly psychiatric disorder in spinal cord injury: A retrospective cohort study
Journal of Clinical Nursing,Volume 27, Issue 5-6, Page e1038-e1047, March 2018. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Ching ‐Hui Chuang PhD, RN, MSN , Chung‐Hey Chen PhD, RN , Chyi‐Huey Bai PhD , Po‐Cheng Chen MD , Shih‐Chung Wu MD , Chun‐Hao Liu MD Source Type: research

Effects of home ‐based lower limb resistance training on muscle strength and functional status in stable Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients
Journal of Clinical Nursing,Volume 27, Issue 5-6, Page e1022-e1037, March 2018. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Yi Chen MSN, RN , Mei'e Niu MSN, RN , Xiuqin Zhang PhD , Hongying Qian BA, RN , Anwei Xie MSN, RN , Xiya Wang RN Source Type: research

Immigrant nurses ’ perceptions on cultural differences‐based job concerns: A phenomenological study in Shanghai China
Journal of Clinical Nursing, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

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Journal of Clinical Nursing, Ahead of Print. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Source Type: research

Immigrant nurses ’ perceptions on cultural differences‐based job concerns: A phenomenological study in Shanghai China
ConclusionIt is important to implement appropriate training programmes on language and cultural adaptation for immigrant nurses. To enhance integrate immigrant nurses into Shanghai's society, more support needs to be provided. Relevance to clinical practiceAdministrators in hospitals should pay attention to immigrant nurses’ job concerns that are caused by cultural differences and provide timely and effective assistance. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Haiping Yu, Youqing Peng, Yunying Hung, Lin Zhou Tags: ORIGINAL ARTICLE Source Type: research

Risk factors associated with newly psychiatric disorder in spinal cord injury: A retrospective cohort study
Aim and objectivesTo predict the risk factors related to newly diagnosed psychiatric disorders resulting from spinal cord injuries (SCIs). BackgroundSCIs are a common result of devastating accidents; they can have an essential negative impact on the psychological health of those so afflicted. Psychiatric disorders commonly occur worldwide and are often associated with pain and disability; however, few studies have investigated the risk factors of psychiatric disorders among persons with SCIs. DesignA retrospective cohort study design with data obtained from the Taiwan Health Insurance Research Database (THIRD). THIRD invol...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Ching ‐Hui Chuang, Chung‐Hey Chen, Chyi‐Huey Bai, Po‐Cheng Chen, Shih‐Chung Wu, Chun‐Hao Liu Tags: ORIGINAL ARTICLE Source Type: research

Nurses ’ Concerns about Caring for Patients with Acute and Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury
ConclusionsFindings have implications for education of nurses and development of nursing guidelines for management of patients with TBI, including providing direction for nurses on development of care plans for patients in the chronic phase after a moderate‐to‐severe TBI.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 5, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Tolu O. Oyesanya, Barbara J. Bowers, Heather R. Royer, Lyn S. Turkstra Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Status of knowledge on student ‐learning environments in nursing homes: A mixed‐method systematic review
ConclusionNursing home learning environments may be optimized by a well‐prepared academic‐clinical partnership, supervision by encouraging mentors and high‐quality nursing care of older people. Positive learning experiences may increase students’ professional development through achievement of basic nursing skills and competencies, and motivate them to choose the nursing home as their future work place. Relevance to clinical practiceAn optimal learning environment can be ensured by thorough pre‐placement preparations in academia and in nursing home wards, continuous supervision, and facilitation of team learn...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 5, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Anne Marie Lunde Huseb ø, Marianne Storm, Bodil Bø Våga, Adriana Rosenberg, Kristin Akerjordet Tags: Review Source Type: research

Students ’ perspectives on basic nursing care education
ConclusionBasic nursing care seems to be largely invisible in nursing education, especially at the bachelor level and during theoretical education. Relevance to clinical practiceImproved basic nursing care will enhance nurse sensitive outcomes and patient satisfaction and will contribute to lower healthcare costs. This study shows that there is scope within current nurse education in the Netherlands to focus more systematically and explicitly on basic nursing care.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 5, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Getty Huisman – de Waal, Rebecca Feo, Hester Vermeulen, Maud Heinen Tags: Special Issue Article Source Type: research

Mothers ’ experience of caring for a child with Early Onset Scoliosis A qualitative descriptive study
ConclusionThe findings suggest there are multiple factors that influence the experience of mothers’ caring for a child with EOS. The recognition and appropriate management of these factors by healthcare professionals have the potential to improve the quality of life of parents who care for a child with Early Onset Scoliosis. Relevance to clinical practiceHealthcare professionals have first line contact with parents of children with EOS and are well placed to provide parents with evidence based education and increased support.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 5, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Bonnie Lauder, Peter Sinclair, Jane Maguire Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Fundamental care guided by the Careful Nursing Philosophy and Professional Practice Model ©
ConclusionsCareful Nursing provides a value‐based comprehensive and practical framework which can strengthen clinical nurses’ ability to articulate and control their practice and, thereby, more effectively fulfil their responsibility to provide fundamental care and measure its effectiveness. Relevance to Clinical PracticeThis explicitly values‐based nursing philosophy and professional practice model offers nurses a comprehensive, pragmatic and engaging framework designed to strengthen their control over their practice and ability to provide high quality fundamental nursing care.This article is protected by copyri...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 5, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Therese Connell Meehan, Fiona Timmins, Jacqueline Burke Tags: Special Issue Article Source Type: research

Privacy at end of life in ICU: a review of the literature
ConclusionsResearch has shown that patient and family privacy during the ICU hospitalisation and the provision of the circumstances that lead to an environment of privacy during and after death remains a significant challenge for ICU nurses. Family members have little or no privacy in shared room and cramped waiting rooms, while they wish to be better informed and involved in end‐of‐life decisions. Hence, death and dying for many patients takes place in open and/or shared spaces which is problematic in terms of both the level of privacy and respect that death ought to afford. Relevance to Clinical PracticeIt is best if...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 5, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Fiona Timmins, Stelios Parissopoulos, Sotirios Plakas, Margaret Theresa Naughton, Jan M.A. de Vries, Georgia Fouka Tags: Special Issue Article Source Type: research

Effects of patient participation in the management of daily nursing goals on function recovery and resilience in surgical patients
ConclusionsDNG management is an effective nursing intervention for improving function recovery and resilience in surgical patients. Relevance to clinical practicePatient participation in DNG management is an effective nursing intervention applicable to nurse‐patient treatment goals and supports permanent and effective nursing interventions through evaluation activities.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 5, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: J. S. Lee, E.J. Seo, J. E. Choi, J. Min Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

A rating instrument for fear of hospitalization
ConclusionsThis study developed new reliable and valid instrument for measuring fear of hospitalization. Relevance to clinical practiceIdentification of patients with high level of fear of hospitalization by this instrument should help clinicians to administer measures which may decrease fear and prevent avoidance of healthcare utilization.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 4, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Slobodan M. Jankovic, Gordana V. Antonijevic, Ivana R. Vasic, Marija N. Zivkovic ‐Radojevic, Snjezana N. Mirkovic, Bosko V. Nikolic, Valentina D. Opancina, Srdjan S. Putnik, Ljiljana R. Radoicic, Katarina M. Raspopovic, Dragan R. Stanojevic, Sladjana D. Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Organizational silence among nurses and physicians in public hospitals
ConclusionsThe results of this study should be considered by physicians and nurses to realise and improve themselves. Also decision makers and managers of public hospitals might evaluate and remove organizational and communicative barriers to employees’ contributions to their organizations based on these results. Relevance to clinical practicePhysicians and nurses are responsible for the fulfilment of highly important tasks for their organizations. Their contributions help their organizations remain competitive, improve the health services, ensure and sustain patient safety. Hence, these results will provide informat...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 4, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Arzu Seren Kader Harmanci, İbrahim Topçu, Feride Eşkin Bacaksiz, Nihal Ünaldi, Emine Tokgöz Ekicİ, Aytolan Yildirim Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Basic nursing care: the most provided, the least evidence based. A discussion paper
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Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 4, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: S.M.G Zwakhalen, J.P.H Hamers, S.F Metzelthin, R Ettema, M Heinen, J.M De Man ‐Van Ginkel, G Huisman‐De Waal, H Vermeulen, M.J Schuurmans Tags: Discursive Paper Source Type: research

Re ‐embodying eating after surgery for esophageal cancer: patients’ lived experiences of participating in an education and counseling nutritional intervention
ConclusionsPatients were living with increased attention to bodily functions and tried to find a balance between the task of eating and nutritional needs. Despite the embodied perceptions of alterations after esophageal cancer surgery, the patients developed high levels of bodily awareness and skills in self‐management. This process was characterized by reconnecting to the body and re‐embodying eating. The intervention empowered the patients to regain some control of their own bodies in an effort to regain agency in their own lives. Relevance to clinical practiceThere is a need for systematic long‐term follow‐up af...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 4, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Malene Missel, Mette Hansen, Rie Jackson, Mette Siemsen, Mai Nanna Sch ønau Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

The function of fatigue and illness perceptions as mediators between self ‐efficacy and health‐related quality of life during the first year after surgery in persons treated for colorectal cancer
ConclusionPersons treated for CRC who have lower self‐efficacy 3 months post‐surgery are inclined to have more negative illness perceptions concerning emotions and to experience more fatigue. Relevance to clinical practiceNurses need to support persons with fatigue and negative illness perceptions concerning emotions and to bolster their self‐efficacy, i.e., carry out follow‐up consultations focusing on illness management, symptoms, emotions and information on ways to increase self‐efficacy.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 4, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Ann ‐Caroline Johansson, Eva Brink, Christina Cliffordson, Malin Axelsson Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

“It's about fitting in with the organization”: A qualitative study of employers of nurse practitioners
ConclusionsEmployers wanted NPs to work toward a shared vision of patient care that aligned with organizational needs. Relevance to Clinical PracticeFindings can inform NP education and workforce planning to optimally meet employer and patient health needs.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 3, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Stacy Leidel, Yvonne Hauck, Shirley McGough Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Ethno ‐cultural Influences in How People Prefer to Obtain and Receive Health Information
ConclusionsAs Canada welcomes immigrants from other countries and its population becomes more diverse, healthcare providers need to have an understanding of the potential diversity in how to approach offering health information. Relevance to clinical practiceHealthcare providers need to consider what people of different ethno‐cultural backgrounds need when developing effective health communication strategies.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing)
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 3, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Kathryn King ‐Shier, Alyssa Lau, Sunny Fung, Pamela LeBlanc, Simran Johal Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Experiences of giving and receiving care in traumatic brain injury: an integrative review
ConclusionsTBI creates changes in physical, cognitive and emotional function that challenge known ways of being in the world for people. This alters relationship dynamics within families and requires a specific skill‐set among nurses. Relevance to clinical practiceRecommendations include: 1) formal inclusion of people with TBI and families in care‐planning; 2) routine risk‐screening for falls and challenging behaviour to ensure that controls are based on accurate assessment; 3) formal orientation and training for novice nurses in the management of challenging behaviour; 4) professional case‐management to guide acce...
Source: Journal of Clinical Nursing - February 3, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Stephen Kivunja, Jo River, Janice Gullick Tags: Review Source Type: research