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  1. Nursing education presents unique challenges, including high levels of academic stress and varied learning approaches among students. Understanding the relationship between academic stress and learning approac...

    Authors: Rawhia Salah Dogham, Heba Fakieh Mansy Ali, Asmaa Saber Ghaly, Nermine M. Elcokany, Mohamed Mahmoud Seweid and Ayman Mohamed El-Ashry
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:249
  2. The nursing shortage represents a persistent and urgent challenge within the healthcare industry. One of the most cost-effective and time-efficient solutions to address this issue is the recruitment of inactiv...

    Authors: Kumiko Yamamoto, Katsumi Nasu, Yoko Nakayoshi and Miyuki Takase
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:248
  3. Nursing students often face high levels of stress due to demanding responsibilities during clinical placement. Emotional regulation, the ability to manage and regulate one’s emotions effectively, is crucial fo...

    Authors: Bander Saad Albagawi, Yasir S. Alsalamah, Abdulqadir J. Nashwan, Rakan Mansuor AL Rawili, Lisa A. Babkair, Sara A. Alkharji, Thamer Alslamah and Mirna Fawaz
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:245
  4. On December 7, 2022, the Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of China’s State Council released the “Ten New Guidelines” to optimize the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) prevention policies further. This ...

    Authors: Li-Li Huang, Wei-Fen Wang, Wei-Wen Hong, Xian-Dan Huang and Xian-Hua Guan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:244
  5. Resilience and self-efficacy play an influential role in nurses’ clinical performance, which are considered resources for improving adaptability and promoting work engagement. This study aimed to determine the...

    Authors: Saeed Ghasempour, Ali Abbasi, Mohammad Hasan Basirinezhad, Ali Dadgari and Hossein Ebrahimi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:243
  6. Although the phenomenon of high turnover rate in the elderly care industry has existed for a long time, there are few studies that have constructed frameworks to comprehensively analyze the strength of the eff...

    Authors: Fang Wu, Wei Chen, Ruyi Wan, Jiatong Lu, Qianqian Yu and Qilei Tu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:242
  7. Operating rooms are complex working environments with high workloads and high levels of cognitive demand. The first surgical count which occurs during the chaotic preoperative stage and is considered a critica...

    Authors: Zhi Lujun, Gao Yuan and Wang Wei
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:241
  8. The growing use of cannabis in adolescence is a public health problem that must be addressed through prevention. In Spain, the average age of initiation of cannabis use in the adolescent population is 14.8 yea...

    Authors: Marta Lima-Serrano, Carmen Barrera-Villalba, Isotta Mac-Fadden, Ilse Mesters and Hein de Vries
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:239
  9. Kinesiophobia could act as a significant barrier against physical activity following cardiac procedures worsening cardiovascular health problems and potentially leading to conditions like hospital-acquired anx...

    Authors: Mohamed Hussein Ramadan Atta, Shimmaa Mohamed Elsayed, Sharaf Omar Al Shurafi and Rasha Salah Eweida
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:238
  10. Nurses with a strong professional self-concept tend to exhibit a positive mindset and strong work engagement, delivering high-quality patient care. Although numerous quantitative studies have examined the fact...

    Authors: Chuyuan Miao, Chunqin Liu, Ying Zhou, Xiaofang Zou, Liqin Song, Joanne W.Y. Chung, Wenying Tan, Xiaohua Li and Dong Li
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:237
  11. Telenursing is poised to emerge as a novel healthcare delivery system in the digital age. Hence, understanding nursing students' perspectives and readiness is pivotal for its effective implementation. This stu...

    Authors: Minji Mun, Subin Choi and Kyungmi Woo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:236
  12. To enhance patient satisfaction, nurses engaged in preoperative care must possess a comprehensive understanding of the most up-to-date evidence. However, there is a notable dearth of relevant information regar...

    Authors: Bizuayehu Atinafu Ataro, Temesgen Geta, Eshetu Elfios Endirias, Christian Kebede Gadabo and Getachew Nigussie Bolado
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:235
  13. In the context of healthcare, satisfaction is the attainment of adequate or acceptable treatment and serves as both a benchmark for quality and the ultimate objective of providing care. In neonatal care facili...

    Authors: Eshetu Elfios, Nefsu Awoke, Temesgen Geta, Christian Kebede and Abdulkerim Hassen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:234
  14. Missed nursing care occurs globally, and the consequences are severe for the patients when fundamental care needs are not fulfilled, nor delivered in a person-centred way. This study aimed to investigate the o...

    Authors: Katarina Edfeldt, Lena Nyholm, Eva Jangland, Anna-Karin Gunnarsson, Camilla Fröjd and Anna Hauffman
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:233
  15. As the population ages, a plethora of digital and mobile health applications for assistance with independent living have emerged. Still unknown, however, is how older adults sustain the use of these applications.

    Authors: Arkers Kwan Ching Wong, Jonathan Bayuo, Frances Kam Yuet Wong, Karen Kit Sum Chow, Siu Man Wong, Bonnie Bo Wong and Khloe Hau Yi Law
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:232
  16. The level of nurses’ job performance has always been of great concern, which not only represents the level of nursing service quality but is also closely related to patients’ treatment and prognosis. The aim o...

    Authors: Jiamei Song, Xindi Shi, Xiaojia Zheng, Guangli Lu and Chaoran Chen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:231
  17. Virtual simulation-based education for healthcare professionals has emerged as a strategy for dealing with infectious disease disasters, particularly when training at clinical sites is restricted due to the ri...

    Authors: Eunjung Ko and Yun-Jung Choi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:230
  18. People worldwide are concerned with the possibility of climate change, microplastics, air pollution, and extreme weather affecting human health. Countries are implementing measures to reduce environmental impa...

    Authors: Olga María Luque-Alcaraz, Pilar Aparicio-Martínez, Antonio Gomera and Manuel Vaquero-Abellán
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:229
  19. Some studies suggest that female patients have more concerns about receiving intimate care from male than female nurses. Thus, providing intimate care to female patients is a challenging experience for male nu...

    Authors: Xiao-Chen Lyu, Xiang-Yun Sun, Li-Hung Lee and Cheng-I Yang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:227
  20. Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) has been recognised worldwide as a standardised approach for enhancing the quality of healthcare and patient outcomes. Nurses play a significant role in integrating EBP, especiall...

    Authors: Sameh Elhabashy, Michiko Moriyama, Eman Ibrahim El-Desoki Mahmoud and Basem Eysa
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:225
  21. Mental health problems are critical and common in medical staff working in Intensive Care Units (ICU) even at the late stage of COVID-19, particularly for nurses. There is little research to explore the inner ...

    Authors: Yinjuan Zhang, Chao Wu, Jin Ma, Fang Liu, Chao Shen, Jicheng Sun, Zhujing Ma, Wendong Hu and Hongjuan Lang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:224
  22. At the onset of their professional journey, novice nurses often undergo a multifaceted psychological experience as they transition from theoretical knowledge to clinical practice, potentially impacting their d...

    Authors: Jian Liu, Tiantian Lu, Yan Li, Hongyuan Dai and Li Li
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:223
  23. The prevalence of burnout among healthcare workers remains chronically high. Former studies have indicated that strength use is a promising approach to reduce burnout. However, relatively little is known about...

    Authors: Chengzhi Bai, Jie Ma and Baoyu Bai
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:222
  24. The outbreak of Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) in 2019 has continued until now, posing a huge threat to the public’s physical and mental health, resulting in different degrees of mental health problems. As a ...

    Authors: Juan Du, Chao Wu, Wen-Kai Zheng, Sheng-Nan Cui, Ling Li, Zhuo Liu, Li Gao, Chun-Ni Heng and Hong-Juan Lang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:221
  25. Cognitive flexibility, the capacity to adjust to new information, affects how aging is perceived. In Egyptian culture, older women’s views on aging are shaped by societal gender roles and expectations. These v...

    Authors: Mona Metwally El-Sayed, Manal Mohammed Hawash, Mahmoud Abdelwahab Khedr, Sarah Ali Hafez, El-Saied Abd El-Hamid Salem, Samir Abdelnaby Essa, Sameer Mohammed Sayyd and Ayman Mohamed El-Ashry
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:220
  26. Preoperative education can improve postoperative quality of life in patients undergoing stoma surgery. However, the prevalence and when, where, and how preoperative education is implemented are unclear. Theref...

    Authors: Yasumi Matsubara and Azusa Hirohata
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:218
  27. Patients in spine surgery often have emotional disorders which is caused by multi-factors. Therefore, a multidisciplinary and multimodal intervention program is required to improve emotional disorders during t...

    Authors: Ying Liu, Jiali Chen, Tingkui Wu, Junbo He, Beiyu Wang, Peifang Li, Ning Ning and Hong Chen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:217
  28. Over the years, caring has been explained in various ways, thus presenting various meanings to different people. Caring is central to nursing discipline and care ethics have always had an important place in nu...

    Authors: Rachel Gilbert and Daniela Lillekroken
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:216
  29. Despite countless benefits of home care, unfortunately, the variety and quality of services provided by homecare centers are uncertain. This study was conducted to explore of home care challenges.

    Authors: Mohsen Shahriari, Donya Hafezi Nia, Fatemeh kalij and Maryam Sadat Hashemi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:215
  30. The distinctive circumstances and socio-cultural context in Egypt make it crucial to explore the psychological well-being of intern nurses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with a specific focus on obsessive-compuls...

    Authors: Mona Metwally El-Sayed, Eman Sameh Abd Elhay, Manal Mohammed Hawash, Hassan Mohammed Sonbol and Samah Mohamed Taha
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:214
  31. The use of digital information and communication technologies (ICT) can be accompanied by increased technostress for nursing staff, which in turn can be associated with health consequences. In addition, the us...

    Authors: Jessica Kräft, Tanja Wirth, Volker Harth and Stefanie Mache
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:213
  32. Artificial intelligence (AI)-based healthcare technologies are changing nurses’ roles and enhancing patient care. However, nursing students may not be aware of the benefits, may not be trained to use AI-based ...

    Authors: Kyong Ah Cho and Yon Hee Seo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:212
  33. Transition shock occurs at a vulnerable time in newly graduated registered nurses’ careers and has a clear impact on both newly graduated registered nurses’ productivity and patient recovery outcomes. Identify...

    Authors: Pan Wang, Juan Zhou, Xin Shen, Yaping Ge, Yanran LI, Hui Ge and Shuwen LI
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:211
  34. Understanding nursing students’ attitudes toward Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is pivotal because it may impact the care and support, they provide victims. This study aimed to explore nursing students’ attit...

    Authors: Rania Rabie El-Etreby, Warda Elshahat Hamed, Eman Sameh AbdElhay and Nesma Ahmed Kamel
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:210
  35. Given the grave ethical tension and dilemmas posed continuously which are aggravated in the intensive care unit context and its related caregiving provision, combined with their impact on critical care nurses’...

    Authors: Fatma Refaat Ahmed, Nabeel Al-Yateem, Farha Hisham Hijji, Ghadeer Al Dweik, Mohammad Alkawaldeh, Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Mohannad Eid Aburuz and Sally Mohammed Farghaly
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:209
  36. In recent years, there has been a marked growth in the use of ionizing radiation in medical imaging for both diagnosis and therapy, which in turn has led to increased radiation exposure among healthcare workers.

    Authors: Shaimaa Mohamed Elghareeb Allam, Mohamed Mustafa Abd Algany and Yasmin Ibrahim Abdelkader Khider
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:208
  37. Nursing faces increasing pressure due to changing demographics and a shortage of skilled workers. Artificial intelligence (AI) offers an opportunity to relieve nurses and reduce pressure. The perception of AI ...

    Authors: Domenic Sommer, Lukas Schmidbauer and Florian Wahl
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:205
  38. The happiness and hopefulness of nurses are not only known that contribute to their emotional well-being but also professional creativity, improve the quality of nursing services and organizational performance...

    Authors: Derya Yanık and Çiçek Ediz
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:204
  39. Nursing students may experience clinical practice as unsafe due to the interactions with patients, fear of making mistakes, lack of clinical experience and supervision, which results in anxiety and stress. Thu...

    Authors: Helle Skou Thomsen, Britt Egeris Jørgensen, Jette Kynde Schøtz, Line Muff Bech and Lea Ladegaard Grønkjær
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:203
  40. There are recommendations based on scientific evidence on care in the second stage of labor, but it is not known to what degree the professionals comply with these recommendations.

    Authors: Estíbaliz Laderas Díaz, Julián Rodriguez-Almagro, Juan Miguel Martinez-Galiano, Rafael Picón Rodríguez and Antonio Hernández-Martínez
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:202
  41. Staffing ratios in nursing homes vary among the federal states of Germany, but there are no rational grounds for these variations. In a previous study, a new instrument for the standardized calculation of staf...

    Authors: Corinna Burfeindt, Ingrid Darmann-Finck, Carina Stammann, Constance Stegbauer, Claudia Stolle-Wahl, Matthias Zündel and Heinz Rothgang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:201

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