Nursing students ’ clinical practices during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Fear of COVID‐19 and anxiety levels
ConclusionsThe nursing students had a mild level of anxiety and a moderate level of fear of COVID-19 during their clinical practices. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - December 1, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Havva Gezgi ̇n Yazici, Çiğdem Ökten Tags: ORIGINAL ARTICLE Source Type: research
COVID ‐19: The economic impact of a pandemic on the healthcare delivery system in the United States
AbstractThe COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented economic crisis and significant impact to the healthcare system of the United States. The tasks facing leaders and policymakers are enormous. There is an urgent need for new, clear, collaborative, and transparent interventions based on evidence and science. The purpose of this article is to describe and evaluate the economic impact of the pandemic to the health care system, and the policy and recommendations that will help in the recovery process. A discussion of the economic impact to healthcare will be presented first including the interventions that successfully...
Source: Nursing Forum - November 30, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Brigitte S. Cypress Tags: GENERAL ARTICLE Source Type: research
Testing the impact of an online mindfulness program on prelicensure nursing students stress and anxiety
ConclusionThe online mindfulness intervention resulted in lowered anxiety and stress in nursing students' engaged in clinical courses and warrants further study. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - November 30, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Hollis Franco Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Predictors of intention to get COVID ‐19 vaccine: A cross‐sectional study
ConclusionThis study demonstrated that this sample of Jordanian people had some hesitancy to take the COVID-19 vaccine; variables in the study partially explained that. Several implications have been discussed, including further research is needed to fully understand the relationships between different variables and the intention to get the vaccine. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - November 26, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Sami Al ‐Rawashdeh, Mohammad Rababa, Majdi Rababa, Shaher Hamaideh Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Nurse ‐physician collaboration, intention to leave job, and professional commitment among new graduate nurses
This study aimed to determine the relationship between the attitudes of nurse-physician collaboration and the levels of intention to leave the current job and professional commitment among NGNs.MethodologyThis descriptive, cross-sectional study was carried out with 231 NGNs in four private hospitals affiliated with an university. Data were collected by using a self-administered questionnaire, including a personal information form, the Jefferson Scale of Attitudes towards Physician-Nurse Collaboration, Intention to Leave Scale, and Nursing Professional Commitment Scale. Data analysis was performed using descriptive statisti...
Source: Nursing Forum - November 24, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Merve Tarhan, P ınar Doğan, Ahu Kürklü Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Could negative behaviors by patients with dementia be positive communication? Seeking ways to understand and interpret their nonverbal communication
AbstractIn interactions with caregivers, patients with dementia have communication challenges that are common and worrisome to families. Family and professional caregivers find it challenging to “guess” or “interpret” what their patients with dementia are trying to tell them. In this creative controversy article, we discuss how family and professional caregivers can seek to understand and correctly interpret the nonverbal communications of patients with dementia (behaviors, actions, facial expressions, and vocal sounds). Equipping family and professional caregivers with the resources to interpret th...
Source: Nursing Forum - November 23, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Huey ‐Ming Tzeng, Glenn Knight Tags: GENERAL ARTICLE Source Type: research
The multidimensionality of anxiety among nursing students during COVID ‐19 pandemic: A cross‐sectional study
ConclusionOur study concludes NSs experience anxiety symptoms. Anxiety is specific to COVID-19 or a set of similar anxiety symptoms. Further research is needed to explore the anxiety state of NSs during the pandemic. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - November 23, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Rizal Angelo N. Grande, Daniel Joseph E. Berdida, Rolan Rodolfo Jr C. Paulino, Eric A. Anies, Reinhard Roland T. Ebol, Roger R. Molina Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Clinical competence and self ‐efficacy of Lebanese and Saudi nursing students participating in simulation‐based learning in nursing education
ConclusionsLebanese and Saudi nursing seniors students who took part in simulation-based learning experiences had notable scores of self-efficacy and clinical competence. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - November 17, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Mirna Fawaz, Yasir Alsalamah Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
The effect of hospital ethical climate on nurses' work ‐related quality of life: A cross‐sectional study
ConclusionsHealth authorities and hospital managers should provide the necessary ground for the institutionalization of professional ethics by creating an appropriate ethical climate. A positive ethical climate may lead to a better working environment with less distress for health professionals and better quality of care for the patients. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - November 14, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Evangelos Fradelos, Christina ‐Athanasia Alexandropoulou, Lamprini Kontopoulou, Victoria Alikari, Dimitrios Papagiannis, Konstantinos Tsaras, Ioanna V. Papathanasiou Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Out and about: Factors associated with nurses' use of COVID ‐19 personal protective behaviors when not at work
AbstractAimTo characterize nurses' engagement in Centers for Disease Control and Prevention promoted personal protective behaviors (PPBs) outside the work setting during the COVID-19 pandemic and factors that inform engagement in these behaviors.BackgroundNurses' health is of vital importance to the functioning of the healthcare system. Little is known as to what informs nurses' use of PPBs outside the work setting.DesignCross-sectional survey study.SettingsA large healthcare system in the southeastern region of the United States.ParticipantsNine hundred fifty eight registered nurses.MethodsParticipants surveyed during the...
Source: Nursing Forum - November 12, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Carolyn Huffman, Nathaniel O'Connell, Melina Burns, Michele Blakely, William Gilliland Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Household emergency preparedness: A multidisciplinary concept analysis
ConclusionConcept clarification is critical for future selection of research designs involving multidisciplinary community-based interventions for household emergency preparedness, as well as to understand how preparedness efforts at the individual and family micro-level may influence larger disaster preparedness system outcomes. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - November 6, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Lisa Wilcox, Tara Heagele, Charleen McNeill Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Healthy aging: Course on creativity and commitment during COVID ‐19
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Source: Nursing Forum - November 4, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Smadar Malkin, Odeya Cohen, Orli Grinstein ‐Cohen Tags: LETTER TO THE EDITOR Source Type: research
Nurse mentored, student research in undergraduate nursing education to support evidence ‐based practice: A pilot study
ConclusionOffering students innovative first-hand experiences with research develops research KAS to support EBP. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - October 30, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Ruhina Rana, Marie ‐Pier Caron, Steve Kanters Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Perceived marginality in veteran and nonveteran nursing students in baccalaureate programs
ConclusionVeteran nursing students in this study demonstrate higher levels of perceived marginalization. Strategies aimed at decreasing attrition and marginalization should be implemented, thus improving the diversity of the nursing workforce. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - October 29, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Rachelle J. Lancaster, Heather Englund Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Understanding to humanise: Teaching nurses' experience with caring for Mapuche patients
ConclusionsCulturally competent professionals are needed to train nurses about the demands of a globalized and culturally diverse world. Training is required in both humanized care competencies and cross-cultural nursing. Improving cultural competence among nurses and nurse educators would improve patients' health outcomes and would allow preventative intervention, therefore reducing treatment failures and further complications. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - October 23, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Mariela Aguayo ‐González, Juan Manuel Leyva‐Moral, Rebeca Gómez‐Ibáñez, Olga Mestres, Ferrán Alsina, Sabiniana San Rafael Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Self ‐directed learning readiness and learning styles among Omani nursing students: Implications for online learning during the COVID‐19 pandemic
ConclusionAcademic probation status and an analytical LS both yielded lower SDL scores. Perceptive, solitary, competitive, or imaginative learners tended to have higher SDL scores. Deliberate planning and strategies are necessary to help probation students cope with academic demands, especially with the advent of intensified digital education. Because no single learning environment can fulfill the needs of every LS, nurse educators must implement SDL-aimed teaching and learning strategies that appeal to a variety of learners. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - October 22, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Cherry Ann C. Ballad, Leodoro Jabien Labrague, Arcalyd Rose R. Cayaban, Oscar M. Turingan, Siham Mahmoud Al Balushi Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Maternal ‐infant bonding for the opioid exposed dyad: A rodgers' evolutionary concept analysis
AbstractAimThis concept analysis aimed to offer insight into how opioid exposure affects the quality and construction of the maternal-infant bond.BackgroundMaternal-infant bonding can be influenced by maternal opioid use disorder and the neonatal intensive care unit environment. Many interventions for mothers with opioid use disorder focus on enhancing parental skills, but often the emotional and relational features of the maternal-infant bond have been overlooked.Data SourceLiterature from Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), Embase, PubMed, and PsycINFO published from January 2011 to June 20...
Source: Nursing Forum - October 22, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Allyson N. Sanders, David E. Vance, Katherine M. Dudding, Allison Shorten, Marti Rice Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Highly processed food addiction: A concept analysis
ConclusionsGrowing empirical evidence and our case studies support the HPFA concept and the utility of the YFAS/YFAS 2.0 for identifying a distinct subset of individuals with overweight/obesity who may benefit from interventions developed to treat established SUDs. Future research should examine HPFA separately and in relation to obesity and eating disorders and include longitudinal studies and gender-balanced samples. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - October 19, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Trina Aguirre, Nancy Meier, Ann Koehler, Rebecca Bowman Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Qualitative inquiry in nursing: Creating rigor
AbstractQualitative research offers some unique challenges, including the preparation of research reports suitable for publication. As a result of this challenge, manuscripts detailing qualitative studies may be insufficient and fail to demonstrate a qualitative inquiry's rigor. However, it is often unclear with the first review whether the deficiencies are due to methodological inadequacies or failure to include necessary details during the writing process. Responses to reviewers by some writers related to methodological problems often reveal the lack of methodological rigor. To aid with this challenge of methodological i...
Source: Nursing Forum - October 16, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Kelly L. Dyar Tags: GENERAL ARTICLE Source Type: research
Sleep quality: An evolutionary concept analysis
ConclusionsSleep quality is essential, and poor sleep quality contributes to disease and poor health outcomes. Given the extensive consequences of poor sleep quality, nurses and clinicians are vital in instructing the importance of good sleep. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - October 7, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Kathy L. Nelson, Jean E. Davis, Cynthia F. Corbett Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Improvement in the psychological health of nurses working during the COVID ‐19 pandemic
ConclusionsThis study demonstrates the potential beneficial effect of effective public health management of the COVID-19 pandemic on nurses' stress and psychological wellbeing and highlights the importance of longitudinal research to understand psychological health in nurses. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - October 5, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Rebecca F Slykerman, Eileen Li, Roger J Booth Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
The effectiveness of an educational intervention to enhance undergraduate nursing students' competence with interprofessional collaboration
AbstractBackgroundInterprofessional collaboration and teamwork have been identified as priorities for delivering quality client care. Improved teamwork, communication, and collaboration among healthcare professionals improve client outcomes. Nurse professionals are challenged to be equally engaged with other healthcare professionals to develop a culturally competent client-centered plan of care.PurposeThe purpose of the current project was to examine the effectiveness of a multifaceted educational intervention on prelicensure nursing students' development of interprofessional competencies with teams and teamwork, communica...
Source: Nursing Forum - October 1, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Judith Young, Brittany Daulton, Cheryl Griffith Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Posttraumatic growth in women who have experienced the loss of their spouse or partner
AbstractBackgroundThe loss of a spouse or long-term partner has a significant impact on a woman's well-being; psychological, physical, social, spiritual, and economic. Women dealing with loss are faced with numerous stressors which place them at risk for a variety of health challenges.PurposeThe aim of this study was to describe the experiences of women who have lost their spouse or partner to death using the theoretical framework of posttraumatic growth (PTG) developed by Tedeschi and Calhoun.MethodsA qualitative descriptive study was conducted with semi-structured interviews of 15 widows. Purposive sampling was employed ...
Source: Nursing Forum - September 28, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Mary Ellen Doherty, Elizabeth Scannell ‐Desch Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Intrinsic motivation in exercise: A concept analysis
ConclusionThis concept analysis provides a foundation from which to create nursing interventions aimed at fostering intrinsic motivation for exercise. Expansion of our knowledge of intrinsic motivation, in the context of exercise, has the potential to enhance approaches used by nurses and nurse providers to affect healthy behavior changes. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 24, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Ashley R. Turner, Sean M. Reed Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
A most vulnerable population: Black men
AbstractAbstract Black men disproportionately experience the worst health outcomes among U.S. populations. Systemic social, political, and healthcare problems are important intersecting issues of Black men's poor health outcomes. As nursing is one of the most trusted professions, it is nurses' responsibilities to include care for vulnerable populations. In this creative controversy an alternative perspective of Black men as a vulnerable population is proposed. Potential tensions and an introspective call to action for all nurses is included. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 22, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Linda Bradley Tags: CREATIVE CONTROVERSY Source Type: research
Ethical advocacy in the end ‐of‐life nursing care: A concept analysis
ConclusionBased on this analysis, the concept of ethical advocacy is one of the most important roles for nurses which requires their awareness of this concept. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 22, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Nasim Hatefimoadab, Mohammad A. Cheraghi, David C. Benton, Shahzad Pashaeypoor Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Senior first, junior second
This article prompts a discussion about seniority in nursing and provides some particular concerns and recommendations for consideration, and this begs the question, should senior be first and junior second? (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 21, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Joko Gunawan, Colleen Marzilli Tags: CREATIVE CONTROVERSY Source Type: research
What does gender affirmation mean to you? An exploratory study
ConclusionResults of this study have clinical, educational, research, and policy implications. Future research should explore the impact of gender affirmation on important health indicators in the TGNB community, differences in the experiences and needs among subgroups of TGNB persons, and the potential impact of nurses on the health experience of TGNB persons across the spectrum of transition. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 18, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Caroline G. Dorsen, Noelle Leonard, Lloyd Goldsamt, Amy Warner, Kevin Gomez Moore, Nathan Levitt, Peri Rosenfeld Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Patients' experiences in the intensive care unit in Jordan: A cross ‐sectional study
AbstractAims: The purpose of this study was to describe the experiences of Jordanian patients during their stay in intensive care unit (ICU) and to explore associated factors.Background: Various factors can negatively affect patients' experiences and lead to negative consequences that can affect their outcomes.Materials& Methods: A descriptive, correlational design was used to collect data from 150 patients using the Intensive Care Experience Questionnaire through structured interviews after being transferred from medical and surgical ICUs to general wards.Results: The results showed that the longer the length of ICU s...
Source: Nursing Forum - September 16, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Dania Ahmad Bani Hani, Jafar Alasad Alshraideh, Bayan Alshraideh Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Effectiveness of pediatric learning modules in enhancing competencies among nurses in a specialized unit
AbstractThe global shortage of highly competent nurses has forced healthcare organizations to adapt to various strategies, including rotating nurses to different units, impacting their competency levels. To equip nurses with the needed competencies, the researchers developed the pediatric learning modules and conducted this study to analyze their effectiveness. Researchers employed purposive and random sampling to identify study participants, and utilized a mixed-method design, including Solomon Four Group Design and a narrative approach. A researcher-made evaluation questionnaire, competency checklists, and guide question...
Source: Nursing Forum - September 14, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Jose Arnold Tariga, Rhodora Rosa, Joseph Almazan Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
A new perspective on the maternal mortality disparity
AbstractThe disparity in maternal mortality rates between ethnicities in the United States is alarming, with Black women at far higher risk of dying than women of other ethnicities. Factors typically thought of as protective in health disparity research are not necessarily protective with maternal mortality. Building upon a social justice framework by utilizing a strength-based focus is needed when addressing this issue to build upon strengths and empower Black women as a part of the solution. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 12, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Laura Murphy, Fuqin Liu Tags: CREATIVE CONTROVERSY Source Type: research
Impact of emergency remote teaching on nursing students ’ engagement, social presence, and satisfaction during the COVID‐19 pandemic
ConclusionOur findings support the importance of engaging students and integrating social presence strategies into online courses to enhance nursing students ’ satisfaction. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 7, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Jansirani Natarajan, Mickael A. Joseph Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Missing the point: Quality ‐driven healthcare institutions may mistakenly disregard their role in nursing and medical education
AbstractAligned with international standards, the UAE Government and many other developing countries in the region (GCC and MENA) have started to implement strict quality improvement initiatives to develop their healthcare systems. Most of these initiatives are geared toward meeting patient satisfaction and avoiding circumstances or events that would dissatisfy patients. It is also used to measure healthcare institution performance, assess efficiency and determine their funding and reimbursement. With this emphasis on quality, it is also important for healthcare organizations to fulfill their other functions. Among the mos...
Source: Nursing Forum - September 4, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Alaa Mohammad Ahmad, Amina Al ‐Marzouqi, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Ahmad Rajeh Saifan, Normalini Md Kassim, Marini Nurbanum Mohamad, Nabeel Al‐Yateem Tags: THEORETICAL AND CONCEPTUAL Source Type: research
Applying a Psychological Nursing Care Quality Evaluation Index in hospitalized patients: A pilot study
This study aimed to test the feasibility of a Psychological Nursing Quality Evaluation Index in hospitalized patients. This is a pilot study with patients hospitalized with myocardial infarction from July to September 2020 in China. The researchers used an observational approach to examine nurses ′ psychological health care performance based on the Psychological Nursing Quality Evaluation Index. The results indicated high compliance rates of nurses′ psychological care performance, which provides references for evaluating and monitoring inpatient psychological nursing care. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 3, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Wenwen Zhang, Yi An, Hong Xiu, Chao Dou, Zhongxin Wang, Yuling Wei, Tingting Gu, Min Leng, Holly Wei Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
A concept analysis of family caregivers ’ uncertainty of patient's illness
ConclusionsIndividuals can perceive uncertainty differently as a patient-facing uncertainty in illness versus a family caregiver facing uncertainty of their loved ones ’ illness. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - September 1, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Amal Haji Assa, Reba A. Umberger Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Explaining nurses' experience of stresses and coping mechanisms in coronavirus pandemic
ConclusionAlthough healthcare workers have accepted the exposure to Covid-19 as part of their profession, provision of quality care in crisis situations is not possible without supporting the healthcare workers and paying attention to their mental health. It is recommended to take a precise approach to predict, recognize and manage psychological harms of healthcare workers. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - August 28, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Azam Ghorbani, Mahboobeh Shali, Pegah Matourypour, Ehsan Salehi Morkani, Mohammad Salehpoor Emran, Alireza Nikbakht Nasrabadi Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Triangulation approach to developing, evaluating, and applying the evolving theory of adolescent acceptance of asthma
AbstractAcceptance is a term used by healthcare professionals regarding patients' psychosocial adjustment to chronic conditions. This paper describes a triangulation approach, applied over 25 years, to develop and evaluate a theory of adolescent acceptance of asthma. The theory was used to guide the development and evaluation of an education and counseling program focused on fostering acceptance. The approach was effective in (a) defining acceptance and isolating its attributes; (b) identifying its antecedents and consequences, and specifying relationships among them; (c) revealing overlooked variables and augmenting theor...
Source: Nursing Forum - August 27, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Eileen Kae Kintner, Joan E. Haase, Linda Gibson ‐Young Tags: THEORETICAL AND CONCEPTUAL Source Type: research
A concept analysis of decision regret in women with breast cancer
AbstractThe aim of this article is to understand the components of decision regret for women making breast cancer treatment decisions. Patient-centered care models encourage women to become more active in the decision-making process, inadvertently exposing them to the risk of experiencing decision regret. Enhancing the understanding of the concept of decision regret can offer insight into ways to mitigate this phenomenon. The Walker and Avant method was used to analyze this concept. Using PubMed, CINAHL, ERIC, Academic Search Complete, PsychINFO, SocINDEX, Joanna Briggs Institute of EBP Database, and an online dictionary, ...
Source: Nursing Forum - August 26, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Tracy E. Tyner, Wyona M. Freysteinson Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Nursing care delivery models and outcomes: A literature review
ConclusionGiven the number of nursing care delivery models that were hybrids, clearer descriptions of each model and further research on patient and nursing outcomes is warranted. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - August 23, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Dawn Prentice, Jane Moore, Yutee Desai Tags: REVIEW MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Listening to patients' voices: Applying the design ‐thinking method for teaching person‐centered care to nursing students
This study aims to determine the impact of a design-thinking based education program on how nursing students perceive PCC.MethodsFive 2-h lessons were offered to 105 fourth-year nursing students in South Korea. Each randomly assigned group of eight or nine students was instructed to develop a plan to address the problems/dissatisfaction experienced by patients during hospitalization. The Individualized Care Scale —nurse's version was used to measure student's perception of PCC before and after the education program.ResultsAfter the program the students exhibited significant improvements in how they viewed supporting ...
Source: Nursing Forum - August 18, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Myonghwa Park, Thi ‐Thanh‐Tinh Giap, Insook Jang, Miri Jeong, Jahyeon Kim Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Emergency department nurses experiences of female domestic violence presentations: A review of the qualitative literature
In conclusion, the emotional burden of care in supporting a nd protecting victims of DV can be immense for the nurses involved. This can lead to ED nurses distancing themselves from the patient as a means of emotional self-protection as well as increasing compassion fatigue as a result of secondary vicarious trauma. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - August 5, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Martin Christensen, Lauren ‐Leigh Metcalfe, Rebecca O'Reilly Tags: REVIEW MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
The impact of perceived nurses' work environment, teamness, and staffing levels on nurse ‐reported adverse patient events in Oman
AbstractBackgroundFostering a healthy work environment becomes a necessity in health care institutions that value quality care and patient safety. However, limited studies investigated the impact of work environment characteristics including staffing and teamness among healthcare teams on adverse patient events in Oman.AimsTo examine the (1) impact of work environment, interprofessional teamness, staffing levels on adverse patient events and (2) predicting factors of perceptions of work environment among nurses in the Sultanate of Oman.MethodA cross-sectional descriptive design was utilized to collect data from 2113 nurses...
Source: Nursing Forum - August 5, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Sulaiman Dawood Al Sabei, Raeda AbuAlRub, Leodoro J. Labrague, Ikram Ali Burney, Omar Al ‐Rawajfah Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Barriers and facilitators to patient engagement in patient safety from patients and healthcare professionals' perspectives: A systematic review and meta ‐synthesis
ConclusionPatients have an active role in improving their safety. Strategies are required to address barriers that hinder or prevent patient engagement and create capacity and facilitate action. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - August 4, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Zahra Chegini, Morteza Arab ‐Zozani, Sheikh Mohammed Shariful Islam, Georgia Tobiano, Samira Abbasgholizadeh Rahimi Tags: REVIEW MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
Concept analysis of nurses' work values
This study aimed to clarify the nature and definition of nurses' work values. To this end, we adopted Walker and Avant's (2019) concept analysis procedure. We searched PubMed, CINAHL, Scopus, and Web of Science for previous literature that sampled nurses and nursing students published before September 2020. From 104 studies, 30 were analyzed. Citation sources for the definition of work values were also included in the target literature. After clarifying all usages of the concept, important attributes were determined, and model cases, borderline cases, related cases, antecedents, consequences, and empirical referents were i...
Source: Nursing Forum - July 29, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Yukari Hara, Kyoko Asakura Tags: CONCEPT ANALYSIS Source Type: research
Nursing students' and educators' experience with e ‐learning during a pandemic: An online survey
AbstractBackground: Nursing students' and educators' experiences with e-learning during the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic are unknown in most countries.Aim: To (1) describe and compare Egyptian nursing students' and educators' experiences with e-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and (2) elicit participants' preferences for responding to online versus paper questionnaires.Methods: This is a cross-sectional online survey of nursing students (undergraduate and postgraduate;n =580) and nursing educators (n = 95) in one faculty of nursing in Egypt. The survey assessed participants'characteristics, preferences...
Source: Nursing Forum - July 28, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Sameh Eltaybani, Ghada Elsayed Abdelhalim, Mohamed Ezzelregal Abdelgawad Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
The burden of boundedness and the implication for nursing: A scoping review
ConclusionTo reduce or avoid the burdens caused by boundedness, the concept must be implemented in nursing education and nursing practice. To this end, nursing research must further specify the types of boundedness in concept analyses and develop suitable interventions. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - July 27, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Johannes Schirghuber, Berta Schrems Tags: REVIEW MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
The relationship between workplace deviant behaviors and organizational justice among nurses: A cross ‐sectional survey
This study aimed to determine the correlations between workplace deviant behaviors (WDBs) and the levels of the perceived organizational justice among Iranian nurses.DesignThis was a cross-sectional quantitative research.MethodsThe present research was conducted on 424 nurses selected by a convenience sampling method in 2019 (May –August) in Tabriz, Iran. A self-administered questionnaire, including demographic information, organizational justice, and WDBs, was used for data collection. The data were analyzed using descriptive analysis, the Pearson correlation coefficient, and multiple linear regression analysis.Resu...
Source: Nursing Forum - July 26, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Edris Kakemam, Leila Torkzadeh, Mahtab Rouzbahani, Hamideh Zahedi, Zahra Chegini Tags: ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research
“All of this was awful:” Exploring the experience of nurses caring for patients with COVID‐19 in the United States
ConclusionsThese findings suggest working directly with COVID-19 patients is a significant psychological strain on nurses. Adequate personal and institutional support for nurses is needed to prevent and treat mental distress from working under these conditions. (Source: Nursing Forum)
Source: Nursing Forum - July 23, 2021 Category: Nursing Authors: Marni B. Kellogg, Anna E. Schierberl Scherr, Brian J. Ayotte Tags: RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT Source Type: research