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  1. Ethical issues may pose challenges to nurses; moral sensitivity can help them to overcome these challenges. Identifying variables related to moral sensitivity can help in planning to increase nurses’ moral sen...

    Authors: Yasser Rezapour-Mirsaleh, Mahdi Aghabagheri, Azadeh Choobforoushzadeh and Azra Mohammadpanah Ardakan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:132
  2. The quality of nursing services is one of the main factors accelerating patients' recovery. The present study aimed to examine patients' perceptions of the quality of nursing services in the teaching hospitals...

    Authors: Ali Reza Yusefi, Shakiba Rohani Sarvestani, Zahra Kavosi, Jamshid Bahmaei, Morteza Mortazavi Mehrizi and Gholamhossein Mehralian
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:131
  3. It is proposed that the biggest gap in control of rheumatic heart disease is in implementing of ineffective primary and secondary preventive measures. These measures are supposed to be well addressed by nurses...

    Authors: Tesfaye Techane, Bethlehem Legesse, Yohannes Ayalew and Aklil Hailu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:130
  4. With the COVID-19 outbreak in China, the Chinese government took measures to prevent and control the spread of the virus. In-person teaching was replaced by distance learning, which was an unknown challenge fo...

    Authors: Feifei Sun, Aiqing Wang, Jiaomei Xue, Jing Su, Chuanfen Hu and Qinghua Lu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:128
  5. Nurses play an important role in health promotion, prevention strategies, and care. Therefore, nurses need to obtain and update their knowledge and skills via appropriate strategies. This study aimed to explor...

    Authors: Seyedeh-Somayeh Kazemi, Sedigheh-Sadat Tavafian, Alireza Hidarnia and Ali Montazeri
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:126
  6. During the pandemic, primary care systems prioritised attention to COVID-19 patients; chronically ill patients, such as people with Type 2 Diabetes were obliged to take more responsibility for their own care. ...

    Authors: Mireia Vilafranca Cartagena, Glòria Tort-Nasarre, Maria Romeu-Labayen and Josep Vidal-Alaball
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:124
  7. Patient safety is a major part of nursing care and following patients’ medication orders is considered one of the greatest responsibilities of individual nurses and nursing Failure to make safe drug calculatio...

    Authors: Kerstin Stake-Nilsson, Malin Almstedt, Göran Fransson, Davoud Masoumi, Annika Elm, Monique Toratti-Lindgren and Annica Björkman
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:123
  8. While there is a growth in the number of advanced practice nurses, there is a dearth of research examining their role transition from registered nurses. This study aimed to identify critical elements in the ca...

    Authors: Janita P. C. Chau, Suzanne H. S. Lo, Simon K. Y. Lam, Ravneet Saran and David R. Thompson
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:122
  9. Nurses are in a key position to stimulate older people to maximize their functional activity and independence. However, nurses still often work in a task-oriented manner and tend to take over tasks unnecessari...

    Authors: Stan Vluggen, Silke Metzelthin, Valeria Lima Passos, Sandra Zwakhalen, Getty Huisman-de Waal and Janneke de Man-van Ginkel
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:121
  10. There is a lack of evidence on healthcare professionals’ attitudes, knowledge, and beliefs about medical cannabis in Cyprus and across the world. Therefore, the present study aimed to explore the attitudes, be...

    Authors: S. Sokratous, K. Kaikoush, M. D. Mpouzika, G. Alexandrou and N. M. Karanikola
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:120
  11. Medication administration errors are among the most important adverse events in healthcare systems. To minimise the risk of this occurring, nursing training programmes should emphasise the overriding priority ...

    Authors: Pol-Castañeda Sandra, Carrero-Planells Alba and Moreno-Mulet Cristina
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:117
  12. Medication errors (ME) are one of the most important reasons for patient morbidity and mortality, but insufficient drug knowledge among nurses is considered a major factor in drug administration errors. Furthe...

    Authors: Rawan I. Qedan, Marah A. Daibes, Samah W. Al-Jabi, Amer A. Koni and Sa’ed H. Zyoud
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:116
  13. Using standard pain assessment techniques is a cornerstone for effective pain management. Pain is not assessed in a standardized manner in numerous practice settings. The problem of applying pain assessment pr...

    Authors: Badeg Melile Mengesha, Fikre Moga Lencha and Lankamo Ena Digesa
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:115
  14. One of the roles that nurses have acquired in recent years is the role of prescribing. This study aimed to investigate the knowledge and attitudes of critical care nurses, physicians and patients about nurse p...

    Authors: Hamidreza Haririan, Deniz Manie Seresht, Hadi Hassankhani, Joanne E. Porter and Lydia Wytenbroek
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:112
  15. The overall aim of this study was to explore third-year bachelor nursing students’ stimulated recall reflections on their physical assessment competence development. The choice of learning strategies in nursin...

    Authors: Kirsten Røland Byermoen, Tom Eide, H. Ösp Egilsdottir, Hilde Eide, Lena Günterberg Heyn, Anne Moen and Espen Andreas Brembo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:110
  16. Nurses, as the largest group of health professionals, have a key role in recognising, mitigating and preventing domestic violence. However, studies demonstrating effective undergraduate educational interventio...

    Authors: Frances Doran and Thea van de Mortel
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:109
  17. Providing effective spiritual nursing care requires development of professional competence which, when regularly evaluated, allows one to direct undergraduate and postgraduate nursing education in order to dev...

    Authors: Michał Machul, René van Leeuwen, Dorota Ozga, Krzysztof Jurek, Sylwia Boczkowska and Beata Dobrowolska
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:106
  18. Iran’s nursing education has undergone significant modifications in the last decades, especially following the Islamic revolution and the Iran-Iraq war. This review outlined changing trends in Iran’s nursing e...

    Authors: Zahra Farsi, Morteza Nasiri, Seyedeh Azam Sajadi and Mohammad Khavasi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:105
  19. End-of-life care education is required for nurses to acquire the clinical competence necessary for the improvement of the quality of end-of-life nursing care. The aim of this study was to determine the effect ...

    Authors: Sima Sadat Ghaemizade Shushtari, Shahram Molavynejad, Mohammad Adineh, Mohsen Savaie and Asaad Sharhani
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:102
  20. Nursing education has been disrupted by the onset of the COronaVIrus Disease 19 (COVID-19) pandemic, potentially impacting learning experiences and perceived competencies at the time of graduation. However, th...

    Authors: Alvisa Palese, Anna Brugnolli, Illarj Achil, Elisa Mattiussi, Stefano Fabris, Satu Kajander-Unkuri, Valerio Dimonte, Luca Grassetti and Matteo Danielis
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:101
  21. The global COVID-19 pandemic has forced the health care sector to make wide-ranging changes to protect patients as well as providers from the risk of infection. Many of these changes are likely to have greates...

    Authors: Katharine W. Buek, Molly O’Neil and Dorothy J. Mandell
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:99
  22. Patients should be encouraged to mobilize with 24 h of caesarean section. However, the time of the first off-bed activity after surgery is usually 24 ~ 48 h in China. Due to the lack of knowledge of early off-...

    Authors: Yun Chen, Jing Wan, Zheng Zhu, Chunhong Su and Zhengrong Mei
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:98
  23. Sleep quality is related to physical and mental health. Though bedtime procrastination has been identified as a potentially key source of poor sleep quality, related research is scarce. The goal of our study w...

    Authors: Dong Chen, Yuhuan Zhang, Jie Lin, Dong Pang, Dongyang Cheng and Daiwei Si
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:97
  24. The Covid-19 pandemic has produced unprecedented challenges across all aspects of health and social care sectors globally. Nurses and healthcare workers in care homes have been particularly impacted due to rap...

    Authors: Mariyana Schoultz, Claire McGrogan, Michelle Beattie, Leah Macaden, Clare Carolan, Rob Polson and Geoffrey Dickens
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:96
  25. With an ageing population, there is an increasing need for care, both as home care and in nursing homes. However, some needed care is not carried out for different reasons, which can affect patient safety. The...

    Authors: Ingrid Andersson, Anna Josse Eklund, Jan Nilsson and Carina Bååth
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:95
  26. The COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020 had a significant consequence for nursing students worldwide including limited access to learning situations in clinical rotation. Therefore, this study aims to explore how ...

    Authors: H. Ösp Egilsdottir, Lena Günterberg Heyn, Espen Andreas Brembo, Kirsten Røland Byermoen, Anne Moen and Hilde Eide
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:94
  27. To evaluate the impact of a nurse navigation program on treatment adherence and resolution of hepatitis C infection in patients with severe mental disorder.

    Authors: Casta Quemada-González, José Miguel Morales-Asencio, María M. Hurtado and Celia Martí-García
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:92
  28. Active learning situations such as simulation-based education (SBE) are found to trigger a wide range of emotions among students. Facilitators have an important educational role in SBE which include being atte...

    Authors: Anine Madsgaard, Kari Røykenes, Hilde Smith-Strøm and Monika Kvernenes
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:91
  29. Military nurses are expected to be competent in providing quality nursing care in their assigned departments and meeting the medical needs of the military during deployment. Competency assessment is a key step...

    Authors: Huijuan Ma, Xiaoli Zhu, Suofei Zhang, Jinyu Huang, Ya Lu and Yu Luo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:90
  30. Nurses working in prehospital emergency care (PEC) encounter patients with all types of health conditions. Increasingly, they are encountering patients suffering from mental illness and this trend reflects the...

    Authors: Zetterberg Johanna, Visti Elin, Holmberg Mats, Andersson Henrik and Aléx Jonas
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:89
  31. The high prevalence of burnout among nurses produces huge health service losses. Existing literature found that occupational stressors and low levels of job satisfaction were related to burnout, whilst persona...

    Authors: Mengxin Lu, Feng Zhang, Xiaohong Tang, Liping Wang, Jinling Zan, Yan Zhu and Danjun Feng
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:88
  32. Coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) is an intervention directed toward improving the Quality of Life (QoL) for patients with coronary artery disease. Depression can affect QoL negatively among this pop...

    Authors: Mohannad Eid AbuRuz and Ghadeer Al-Dweik
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:87
  33. Nursing handovers are a critical component of patient safety. Researchers have performed many primary studies in this field, mainly reporting findings from changes in nursing handover patterns. However, few qu...

    Authors: Bin Wang, Guiyuan Zou, Mei Zheng, Chen Chen, Weiyu Teng and Qinghua Lu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:86
  34. Due to changing population, culturally diverse clients with different perceptions of illness and health are present in healthcare settings. Therefore, it is increasingly important for nursing students to have ...

    Authors: Jamileh Farokhzadian, Monirsadat Nematollahi, Nahid Dehghan Nayeri and Motahareh Faramarzpour
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:85
  35. Insight into and understanding of content and comprehensiveness in nursing documentation is important to secure continuity and high-quality care planning in long-term dementia care. The accuracy of nursing doc...

    Authors: Lene Baagøe Laukvik, Merete Lyngstad, Ann Kristin Rotegård, Åshild Slettebø and Mariann Fossum
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:84
  36. Authors: Sara Sanchez-Balcells, Maria-Teresa Lluch-Canut, Marta Domínguez del Campo, A. R. Moreno-Poyato, M. Tomás-Jiménez, Lars-Olov Lundqvist, Agneta Schröder, Montserrat Puig-Llobet and J. F. Roldan-Merino
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:83

    The original article was published in BMC Nursing 2021 20:191

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