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  1. Optimizing the performance level of nursing staff is crucial for the efficient functioning of hospitals and better patient health outcomes. However, published data on the job performance levels and associated ...

    Authors: Lema Daba, Lemlem Beza, Merahi Kefyalew, Tilahun Teshager, Fenta Wondimneh, Ashenu Bidiru and Indeshaw Ketema
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:312
  2. As the number of COVID-19 patients rises, there has been a notable increase in the workload for nurses. However, medium-sized hospitals lacked standardized protocols or consistent approaches to address the spe...

    Authors: YeJi Lee and Won Ju Hwang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:311
  3. Family-centered empowerment programs have been widely used in the pediatric field. Therefore, the current study investigated the effectiveness of family empowerment programs on caregiving ability and adverse m...

    Authors: Fang Guo, Liangjian Li, Hao Jiang, Jie Yu and Yueqi Wang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:307
  4. Poor body composition may affect health status, and better body composition is often associated with better academic performance. Nursing students face heavy academic and practical pressures, and the relations...

    Authors: Andrew Ke-Ming Lu, Shi-Yen Tsai, Ching-Yi Lin and Jeng-Long Hsieh
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:305
  5. Social consensus in the nursing industry is that the job is accompanied by dirtiness. It is generally accepted that negative cognition about a career is an important determinant in reducing nursing students’ p...

    Authors: Chen Jilong, Tao Yueying, Chen Huizheng, Meng Yong and Li Genqiang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:304
  6. Primary care providers play an important role in home health care, and their practice behavior is significant for care quality and patient outcomes. This study aimed to assess the home care practice behavior o...

    Authors: Luling Zhou, Suzhen Liu and Hang Li
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:303
  7. The health care systems in the Nordic countries and worldwide are under pressure due to increased longevity and a shortage of nurses. Providing nurses with a high level of education, such as advanced practice ...

    Authors: Randi Martinsen, Sigrid Ahlin-Søvde, Ellen Karine Grov, Ewa K. Andersson and Ann Gardulf
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:301
  8. The Satisfaction with Simulation Experience scale is a 5-point Likert scale that measures students’ satisfaction in medium and high-fidelity simulation scenarios. This study aims at investigating the psychomet...

    Authors: Sara Alberti, Massimo Guasconi, Marina Bolzoni, Giulia Donnini, Paola Volpi, Sergio Rovesti, Federico Monaco, Antonio Bonacaro and Paola Ferri
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:300
  9. Spiritual care plays a significant role in holistic patient care, addressing not only physical ailments but also attending to patients’ emotional and spiritual well-being. While the importance of spiritual car...

    Authors: Shu-Hui Yang, Yu-Tse Tsan, Wan-Ting Hsu, Chin-Feng Liu, Wen-Chao Ho, Li-Fen Wu, Cheng-Fu Lin and Wei-Min Chu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:299
  10. Studying the public perception of nurses among nursing students is vital in establishing strategic solutions to recruit and retain more students in nursing programs and to contain nurses in the health care sys...

    Authors: Lailani Sacgaca, Eddieson Pasay an, Aida Sanad Alqarni, Petelyne Pangket, Salman Amish Alshammari, Magda Yousif Ramadan, Ameera Khaled Alonezei, Fatmah Ahmed Alamoudi, Insaf Hassan Ahmed Mohammed, Dolores Cabansag and Lizy Sonia Benjamin
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:298
  11. Caring ability is one of the most important indicators regarding care outcomes. A valid and reliable scale for the evaluation of caring ability in mothers with preterm infants is lacking.

    Authors: Saleheh Tajalli, Abbas Ebadi, Soroor Parvizy and Carole Kenner
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:297
  12. Intrahospital transport of critically ill patients is a common practice in intensive care units (ICUs), where patients’ safety is constantly challenged in high-intensity and dynamic environments. While Intraho...

    Authors: Shuaishuai Li, Shuting Hou, Xianjiao Deng, Shihao Chen, Huaqin Wang, Li Tang, Man Ye and Jianhui Xie
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:296
  13. Implementing appropriate shift work schedules can help mitigate the risk of sleep impairment and reduce fatigue of healthcare workers, reducing occupational health and safety risks. In Australia, the organisat...

    Authors: Lauren A. Booker, Jane Mills, Melanie Bish, Jo Spong, Melissa Deacon-Crouch and Timothy C. Skinner
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:295
  14. Climate change poses a worldwide challenge with anticipated exacerbation in the future, resulting in irreversible consequences. Nursing students may be vulnerable to experiencing psychological effects associat...

    Authors: Ali D. Abousoliman, Ateya Megahed Ibrahim, Hasan Abualruz, Hussein M. Magdi, Donia Elsaid Fathi Zaghamir, Ahmed Alhowimel, Ahmed Hashem El-Monshed, Heba E. El-Gazar and Mohamed A. Zoromba
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:294
  15. Senior nursing students’ perceptions of their professional preparedness help them for expectations of their future nursing role with more confidence, and professional identity may contribute to cultivating nur...

    Authors: Zuming Qin, Huilin Zhang, Siyu Su, Donghua Guo, Pei Wu, Yuting Huang and Huiping Wang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:291
  16. Nurses have faced significant personal and professional stressors during the COVID-19 pandemic that have contributed to increased rates of burnout, intention to leave, and poorer work engagement. Resilience ha...

    Authors: Apiradee Nantsupawat, Ann Kutney-Lee, Kulwadee Abhicharttibutra, Orn-Anong Wichaikhum and Lusine Poghosyan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:290
  17. Delirium is an acute mental state associated with poor outcomes. The incidence of delirium is high, especially in the paediatric intensive care unit (PICU). It is important for staff, particularly nurses, to u...

    Authors: YueEr Zhang, JingYing Xie and MengLin Tang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:289
  18. New nurses are prone to workplace deviant behavior in the constrained hospital environment, which will not only directly affect the safety of patients, but also reduce the work efficiency of nurses and bring n...

    Authors: Ran Meng, Zhe Jiang, Yue Su, Guangli Lu and Chaoran Chen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:288
  19. Despite recommendations against psychotropic medication in older nursing homes residents with behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD), antidepressants and other psychotropic drugs are still pr...

    Authors: Sinead Shahrzad, Gritt Overbeck, Anne Holm, Kirsten Høj and Pernille Hølmkjaer
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:287
  20. The aim of this study article is to present an analysis of the first national policy framework, which provides a coherent approach to integrating nursing education into a newly defined band for higher educatio...

    Authors: Vhothusa Edward Matahela and Nonhlanhla Jabulile Makhanya
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:286
  21. The caregiver contribution to self-care plays an important role in improving the health outcomes of chronic patients, which needs urgent attention. However, it has been hindered by the lack of a tailored instr...

    Authors: Wenna Wang, Zhenxiang Zhang, Yongxia Mei, Bing Zhou, Dudu Zhang and Lamei Liu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:284
  22. Errors of omissions affect the quality of nursing care in hospitals. The Missed Nursing Care Model explains that the reasons for missed care are linked with 1) demand for patient care, 2) labor resource alloca...

    Authors: Ana Cartaxo, Hanna Mayer, Inge Eberl and Johannes M. Bergmann
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:282
  23. Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) is a commonly utilized form of renal replacement therapy (RRT) in the intensive care unit (ICU). A specialized CRRT team (SCT, composed of physicians and nurses) eng...

    Authors: Xiaoyan Yu, Lin Ouyang, Jinxiu Li, Ying Peng, Dingming Zhong, Huan Yang and Yanyan Zhou
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:281
  24. Nurses frequently endure elevated levels of psychosocial stress, which often correlates with an increased suicide risk. This study aimed to investigate the impact of latent psychosocial characteristic patterns...

    Authors: Xuehua Li, Changmian Ding, Guizhi Li and Zhizhou Duan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:280
  25. In Korea, there has been recent interest in nursing simulation education. In nursing, simulation education has many advantages, such as improving nursing students’ problem-solving and judgment skills. Simulati...

    Authors: Eun-Kyung Lee and Eun-Joo Ji
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:279
  26. Perception of illness (PI) and self-medication (SM) have been thoroughly explored in the existing literature. However, there is a lack of understanding about the mediating effect of health literacy on PI and S...

    Authors: Eddieson Pasay-an, Reynita Saguban, Dolores Cabansag and Sameer Alkubati
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:278
  27. The use of nutrients and food supplements is increasing worldwide. Nutrients and food supplements frequently used in the surgical period may cause complications and side effects. This study was conducted to de...

    Authors: Aslı Emine Büyükkasap and Gülay Yazıcı
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:277
  28. The undergraduate first year of a nursing program is regarded as a difficult and challenging part of the nursing course, due to the variation experienced in the transition from basic to higher education compar...

    Authors: Gopolang Gause, Leepile Alfred Sehularo and Molekodi Jacob Matsipane
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:276
  29. Self-stigma and negative attitudes toward mental illness have been identified as significant barriers that hinder individuals from seeking psychological assistance, leading to adverse consequences in their lives.

    Authors: Yasmin Mohamed Mohamed Abdelmonaem, Mahmood Ahmed Osman and Nashwa Ahmed Hussein Abdel Karim
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:275
  30. The increased number of emergency department visits among older adults living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease reflects the challenges of hospital discharge transition, especially in those from a cul...

    Authors: Latifah Jehloh, Praneed Songwathana, Luppana Kitrungrote and Anne Bourbonnais
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:273
  31. There is a notable variation in the percentage of non-conveyed patients within the ambulance service. Discharging patients at the scene includes a risk of adverse events, and both patients and ambulance clinic...

    Authors: L. Granlund, I Brännström and V Lindström
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:271
  32. Errors in medication administration by qualified nursing staff in hospitals are a significant risk factor for patient safety. In recent decades, electronic medical records (EMR) systems have been implemented i...

    Authors: Raneen Naamneh and Moran Bodas
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:270
  33. Misconceptions about male nurses not only exacerbate the gender imbalance in the nursing profession but also negatively impact male nurses embarking on their careers. Currently, no tool exists to measure the g...

    Authors: Huameng Xu, Chunguang Liang, Jie Kong, Qing Chen, Ying Zhao and Fan Zhang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:266
  34. Decision making is a pivotal component of nursing education worldwide. This study aimed to accomplish objectives: (1) Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric validation of the Nursing Anxiety and Self-Confi...

    Authors: Daniel Medel, Tania Cemeli, Krista White, Williams Contreras-Higuera, Maria Jimenez Herrera, Alba Torné-Ruiz, Aïda Bonet and Judith Roca
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:265
  35. Good health self-management positively affects the health of healthcare providers and their ability to manage their patients’ health. This study explored the relationship between ehealth literacy, health self-...

    Authors: Shuang Zhang, WeiWei Wang, Shan Wu, Hong Ye, LiXiao Dong, JingRu Wang, XiaoTong Ning and HuiXia Cui
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:264
  36. Despite the numerous studies conducted on workplace spirituality, there is still lack of studies that have explored the relationship between workplace spirituality with organization-based self-esteem and workp...

    Authors: Behzad Sirousi Moez, Amir Sadeghi, Leili Tapak and Zahra Purfarzad
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:262
  37. The frequency of alarms generated by monitors and other electro-medical devices is undeniably valuable but can simultaneously escalate the workload for healthcare professionals, potentially subjecting intensiv...

    Authors: Basma Salameh, Jihad Abdallah, Sameer A Alkubati and Mohammed ALBashtawy
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:261

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