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  1. The terminal ill patients in the Intensive Care Unit had physical, mental, social, and spiritual suffering. Nursing students must be aware of own feelings to be able to deliver humanistic care and enable patie...

    Authors: Pilaiporn Sukcharoen, Jidapa Polruk, Sununta Lukthitikul, Sadakan Eamchunprathip and Raphatphorn Petchsuk
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:251
  2. The nurse-patient therapeutic relationship is considered a pillar of mental health nursing, contributing to improved person-centered care and shared decision making with the patient. Given the importance of th...

    Authors: Juan Roldán Merino, Joana Coelho, Francisco Sampaio, Zaida Agüera, Montserrat Puig Llobet, Teresa Lluch Canut, Oscar Rodriguez Nogueira, Ana Ventosa Ruiz, Carlos Sequeira and Antonio R. Moreno Poyato
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:248
  3. An increasing number of patients are discharged from a total hip or knee arthroplasty with a short length of hospital stay. Technologies, such as mobile applications, are used to provide remote support to pati...

    Authors: Qingling Wang, Regina Lai-Tong Lee, Sharyn Hunter and Sally Wai-Chi Chan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:246
  4. One of the environments where people living with HIV/AIDS should feel safer is in the health care setting; however, scientific evidence has identified discriminatory behaviour on the part of health care profes...

    Authors: María Gázquez-López, Inmaculada García-García, Alberto González-García, Adelina Martín-Salvador, María Ángeles Pérez-Morente, Encarnación Martínez-García and María Adelaida Álvarez-Serrano
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:245
  5. Mentoring programmes in health research are beneficial for both mentors and mentees and are essential for the development of the next generation of research leaders. This study describes the self-assessment of...

    Authors: Regina Claudia da Silva Souza, Mariana Davies Ribeiro Bersaneti, Wellington Pereira dos Santos Yamaguti and Wania Regina Mollo Baia
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:244
  6. Previous research suggests that moral distress contributes to burnout in nurses and other healthcare workers. We hypothesized that burnout both contributed to moral distress and was amplified by moral distress...

    Authors: Robert G. Maunder, Natalie D. Heeney, Rebecca A. Greenberg, Lianne P. Jeffs, Lesley A. Wiesenfeld, Jennie Johnstone and Jonathan J. Hunter
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:243
  7. Owing to different social background factor in Yunnan-Myanmar Chinese border region, stressful working environment may lead to extra psychological burden among nurse staff in China. However, the prevalence of ...

    Authors: Changmian Ding, Lidan Li, Guizhi Li, Xuehua Li, Linli Xie and Zhizhou Duan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:242
  8. Psychological well-being (PWB) plays a vital role in successful adaptation to the Bachelor of Nursing journey and affects career development. However, there is little known about the functional and social proc...

    Authors: Lu Zhou, Thitinan Chankoson, YuMing Wu and EnLi Cai
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:240
  9. Nurses in Lebanon are facing multiple crises and the severity of the situation calls for an empirical examination of their resilience status. Evidence indicates that resilience can buffer the negative effect o...

    Authors: Gladys Honein-AbouHaidar, Imad Bou-Hamad, Suzanne Dhaini, Patricia Davidson, Nancy R Reynolds, Ibtisam M Al-Zaru, Muntaha Gharaibeh and Nuhad Yazbik Dumit
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:239
  10. 'Learning by doing' is a learning model based on performing actions and gaining experience. The 'nursing process' is a systematic, rational method for providing nursing care. During their university education,...

    Authors: Francisco Javier Pérez-Rivas, Milagros Rico-Blázquez, Candelas López-López, Silvia Domínguez-Fernández, José Luis Cobos-Serrano and María Julia Ajejas Bazán
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:236
  11. Despite the prevalence of distance learning during COVID-19, conducting clinical training for nursing students remains challenging. In compliance with social-distancing restrictions, a Zoom-based virtual OSCE ...

    Authors: Rinat Avraham, Tanya Cohen, Rada Artzi-Medvedik, Nancy Hurvitz and Odeya Cohen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:235
  12. The COVID-19 epidemic has brought significant changes and complexities to nurses’ working conditions. Given the crucial role of health workers, particularly nurses, in providing healthcare services, it is esse...

    Authors: Hassan Babamohamadi, Hossein Davari, Abbas-Ali Safari, Seifollah Alaei and Sajjad Rahimi Pordanjani
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:234
  13. Adequate incident reporting practices for clinical incident among nurses and even all healthcare providers in clinical practice settings is crucial to enhance patient safety and improve the quality of care del...

    Authors: Islam Oweidat, Khalid Al-Mugheed, Samira Ahmed Alsenany, Sally Mohammed Farghaly Abdelaliem and Majdi M. Alzoubi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:231
  14. The potential psychological health impact of pandemics on nurses has been increasingly widely recognised, as have recommendations to establish support measures for nurses’ well-being. Despite the availability ...

    Authors: Sara Ahmed Marair and Nigel Slater
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:230
  15. The existence of patient safety culture is crucial for healthcare providers’ retention, particularly for nurses. Patient safety culture is getting more attention from healthcare organizations worldwide, and Jo...

    Authors: Islam Oweidat, Ghada Abu Shosha, Kawther Dmaidi and Abdulqadir J. Nashwan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:227
  16. Although social interaction is important for dementia care and well-being of persons living with dementia, a limited number of studies have reported. This study aimed to examine whether the presence, type, and...

    Authors: Kyung Hee Lee, Eunjin Yang and Ji Yeon Lee
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:223
  17. Clinical skills training is an essential component of nursing education. However, sometimes education does not sufficiently prepare nurses for the real world. Virtual reality (VR) is an innovative method to co...

    Authors: Christian Plotzky, Barbara Loessl, Barbara Kuhnert, Nina Friedrich, Christiane Kugler, Peter König and Christophe Kunze
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:222
  18. Turnover intention occurs frequently in nurses and psychological empowerment has been shown to be major factors that influence turnover intention. However, little is known about the driving force behind turnov...

    Authors: Jinliang Ding and Yufang Wu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:221
  19. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a necessary life-saving emergency intervention for patients with cardiac arrest and other medical conditions. The study’s primary objective was to qualitatively explore n...

    Authors: Esther Amoako-Mensah, Gloria Achempim-Ansong, Newton Isaac Gbordzoe, Cornelia Esson Adofo and Jacob Owusu Sarfo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:220
  20. Perception of nursing roles among nursing students significantly influences their active engagement in nursing processes and care delivery. However, there is evidence to suggest that students’ interest in and ...

    Authors: Fatemeh Ahmadi, Hamidreza Shaker, Majid Eterafi and Aziz Kamran
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:219
  21. Neonatal nurses’ working environments are highly stressful, and burnout is common. This study examines the effect of socioeconomic factors, perceived stress, and social support on neonatal nurse burnout.

    Authors: Zhen-peng Huang, Fang Huang, Qun Liang, Feng-zhen Liao, Chuan-zhuang Tang, Min-lan Luo, Si-lan Lu, Jing-jing Lian, Shan-e Li, Su-qiao Wei and Bin Wu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:218
  22. Chronic low back pain can lead to individual suffering, high medical expenditures, and impaired social well-being. Although the role of physical activity in pain management is well established, the underlying ...

    Authors: Wanli Xu, Yiming Zhang, Zequan Wang, Susan G Dorsey, Angela Starkweather and Kyounghae Kim
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:217
  23. Skin cancer specialist nurses (SCSNs) support patients and work alongside healthcare professionals throughout the care pathway. Skin cancer management is rapidly evolving, with increasing and more complex trea...

    Authors: Jashmitha Rammanohar, Deeya Kotecha, Jackie Hodgetts, Saskia Reeken, Susanna Daniels and Pippa G Corrie
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:216
  24. Parents play a critical role in caring for their children with diabetes and bear a significant burden of care. Health education has increasingly focused on empowering parents through new strategic methods. The...

    Authors: Samira Rostaminasab, Monirsadat Nematollahi, Yones Jahani and Roghayeh Mehdipour-Rabori
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:214
  25. The use of 12-h shifts for nursing staff has become common in many healthcare settings, including tertiary hospitals, due to its potential benefits such as reduced handover time and increased continuity of car...

    Authors: Bejoy Varghese, Chithra Maria Joseph, Adnan Anwar Ahmad Al- Akkam, Rida Moh’d Odeh A. M. AL-Balawi, Esmat Swallmeh and Kalpana Singh
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:213
  26. Problem-solving ability has been identified as a core competence that nursing students should develop, and it plays a vital role in career development. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate factors related...

    Authors: Lingling Huang, Xuanhua Li, Ya Meng, Ming Lei, Yanru Niu, Shanshan Wang and Rong Li
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:212
  27. Nationally, much of the focus on improving human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine uptake has been on effective strategies that physicians use to promote vaccination. However, in large, predominately rural states l...

    Authors: Juthika Thaker, Alexandria N. Albers and Sophia R. Newcomer
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:211
  28. Nurses and midwives have been stretched by the COVID-19 pandemic amidst the heroic roles they have played during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurses stood tall among their peers in the healthcare industr...

    Authors: Merri Iddrisu, Collins Atta Poku, Eva Mensah, Priscilla Y. A. Attafuah, Gladys Dzansi and Samuel Adjorlolo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:210
  29. Despite an existing body of literature on anxiety reduction using multi-component methods, little is known about the effect of active student participation in research and communication of scientific informati...

    Authors: L. Iván Mayor-Silva, Guillermo Moreno, Pedro R. Girón-Daviña, Samir Mohamedi-Abdelkader, Marta M. Hernández-Martín, Antonio G. Moreno-Pimentel and Alfonso Meneses-Monroy
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:209
  30. Management of postoperative pulmonary complications (PPCs) can be challenging in gastric cancer patients undergoing radical gastrectomy and is always associated with poor prognosis. Even though oncology nurse ...

    Authors: Yamin Yan, Peili Jin, Zhenghong Yu, Zhaoqing Tang, Jingjing Lu, Yan Hu and Yuxia Zhang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:208

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  31. Early detection and timely treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF) remains pivotal to preventing AF-related complications. Public involvement in recognising potential AF symptoms and managing AF is vital for ear...

    Authors: Brigitte FY Woo, Jeroen M Hendriks, Wilson Tam and Toon Wei Lim
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:207
  32. Acceptance-based pain management interventions have been receiving growing attention in cancer pain care. This study aimed to develop a cancer pain management program based on belief modification to improve th...

    Authors: Rongna Wang, Xiaoyan Zheng, Xixi Su, Xiuyu Huang, Huangju Liu, Yulai Guo and Ji Gao
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:206
  33. The quality of triage in emergency department depends on regular evaluation of triage nurses’ professional capabilities and development of programs to improve them. Flipped classrooms are a new approach to lea...

    Authors: Mostafa Javadi, Majid Gheshlaghi and Mostafa Bijani
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:205
  34. Quality of working life (QWL) is a highly important issue for nurses. Nurses with lower QWL tend to have lower job performance and intention to stay. The aim of this study was to apply a theoretical model to e...

    Authors: Hui Yu Liang, Tzu Yi Tseng, Hung Da Dai, Jin Yun Chuang and Shu Yu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:204

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