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  1. High turnover intention of nursing assistants was detrimental to the sustainability of long-term care. Career adaptability is an important determinant in reducing turnover intention, but little research has ex...

    Authors: Changxian Sun, Yurong Xing, Yuting Wen, Xia Wan, Yaping Ding, Yan Cui, Wenhui Xu, Xiaoxiao Wang, Hongling Xia, Qian Zhang and Min Yuan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:29
  2. Psychological capital is affected by different cultures and professional characteristics and its constituent dimensions and evaluation tools are heterogeneous. There is a lack of measurements for assessing nur...

    Authors: Xiangyu Lu, Lina Wang, Guifang Xu, Haixia Teng, Jing Li and Yufang Guo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:28
  3. Deprescribing initiatives in the long-term care (LTC) setting are often unsuccessful or not sustained. Prior research has considered how physicians and pharmacists feel about deprescribing, yet little is known...

    Authors: Milta O. Little, Emily J. Hecker, Cathleen S. Colon-Emeric, Laurie Herndon, Eleanor S. McConnell, Tingzhong Michelle Xue and Sarah D. Berry
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:27
  4. Research focused on understanding what enables or hinders health professionals to speak up about a safety concern has been to date predominately atheoretical and speaker focused. However, the role the receiver...

    Authors: Melanie Barlow, Bernadette Watson, Elizabeth Jones, Fiona Maccallum and Kate J. Morse
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:26
  5. In South Africa, there are on-going calls to integrate mental health services into existing primary health care (PHC) programmes such as Tuberculosis (TB). Successful service integration and quality service de...

    Authors: Nanteza Gladys Kigozi-Male, James Christoffel Heunis and Michelle Catherine Engelbrecht
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:25
  6. In psychiatric inpatient care, situations arise where it may be necessary to use coercive measures and thereby restrict individual autonomy. The ethical principles of healthcare, i.e., respect for autonomy, be...

    Authors: Charlotta Manderius, Kristofer Clintståhl, Karin Sjöström and Karin Örmon
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:23
  7. Intensive care unit (ICU) nurses are at high risk of burnout and warranting attention. Existing literature found that work frustration was related to burnout, whilst perceived organization support influenced t...

    Authors: Ren Yanbei, Ma Dongdong, Liu Yun, Wu Ning and Qin Fengping
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:22
  8. In Japan, the nurse practitioner (NP) system has only been in place for a short time, and there is no ultrasound (US) simulation course for NPs. Therefore, NPs may have to attend US simulation courses for phys...

    Authors: Toru Yamada, Jun Ehara, Hiraku Funakoshi, Keita Endo and Yuka Kitano
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:21
  9. Preoperative teaching practice is very important to surgical clients in freeing them from anxiety and post-operative complications. The preoperative education received by the patients depends on the knowledge ...

    Authors: Astewil Moges Bazezew, Nurhusen Nuru, Tizta Gebeyehu Demssie and Desalegn Getachew Ayele
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:20
  10. Friction irritation by wiping increases the risk of skin problems. In bed baths with cotton towels, wiping three times with weak pressure (10–20 mmHg ≈ 1333–2666 Pa) can remove dirt while maintaining skin barr...

    Authors: Issei Konya, Kotone Nishiya, Inaho Shishido, Marie Hino, Kazuhiro Watanabe and Rika Yano
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:18
  11. Regarding the dynamic and increasing needs of communities, changes in the education system are essential to train competent healthcare professionals. The study aimed to explore the experience of educational di...

    Authors: Azam Ghorbani, Nooredin Mohammadi, Zahra Rooddehghan, Fatemeh Bakhshi and Alireza Nikbakht Nasrabadi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:17
  12. The outbreak of COVID-19 changed many studies’ teaching mode in higher education profoundly, including nursing. This study evaluated the impact of distance education on the course performance of nursing studen...

    Authors: Yu Zhang, Ning Zhang, Hongyuan Liu, Yinshi Kan and Yan Zou
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:16
  13. Animal models are increasingly used in Nursing science to study care approaches. Despite the scientific relevance and the ethical debate surrounding the use of experimental animals, there is a scarcity of scho...

    Authors: Juan F. Garcia Sierra, M. Nélida Fernandez Martinez, Cristina Lopez Cadenas, Raquel Diez Laiz, José M. Rodriguez Lago and Ana M. Sahagun Prieto
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:15
  14. To investigate the association between burnout and quality of life among nursing staff at intensive care units during the new coronavirus pandemic and identify the influence of sociodemographic variables.

    Authors: Silmara Meneguin, Isabelle Ignácio, Camila Fernandes Pollo, Heitor Marques Honório, Mayara Salles Gasparini Patini and Cesar de Oliveira
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:14
  15. Temporary enterostomy is an effective treatment for various neonatal intestinal diseases. However, family caregivers find it challenging to provide the required nursing care. Nursing management is very importa...

    Authors: Lijuan Wu, Ying Lin, Ruiyun Xue, Bin Guo and Jianxi Bai
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:13
  16. Peripheral intravenous cannulas (PIVC) are venous access devices commonly used for the administration of intravenous fluids, drugs, blood products, and parenteral nutrition. Despite its frequent use, it has co...

    Authors: Nega Dagnew Baye, Assefa Agegnehu Teshome, Atalo Agimas Ayenew, Tadeg Jemere Amare, Anmut Tilahun Mulu, Endeshaw Chekol Abebe, Gebrehiwot Ayalew Tiruneh, Teklie Mengie Ayele, Zelalem Tilahun Muche, Awgichew Behaile Teklemariam, Biruk Demissie Melese, Melaku Mekonnen Agidew and Mohammed Abdu Seid
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:11
  17. Delirium is the most common emergency for older hospitalized patients that demands urgent treatment, otherwise it can lead to more severe health conditions. Nurses play a crucial part in diagnosing delirium an...

    Authors: Maria Papaioannou, Evridiki Papastavrou, Christiana Kouta, Haritini Tsangari and Anastasios Merkouris
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:10
  18. This study aimed to provide insight into the training load of newly recruited nurses in grade-A tertiary hospitals in Shanghai, China. The lack of nurses in hospitals across China has resulted in newly recruit...

    Authors: Chan Yu, Jinxia Jiang, Minhui Zhong, Han Zhang and Xia Duan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:9
  19. The flipped classroom (FC) method is becoming increasingly popular in China's nursing education. It is an important breakthrough improvement in the quality of learning in nursing education reforms.

    Authors: Li Ke, Lanlan Xu, Li Sun, Juan Xiao, Lingxuan Tao, Yixue Luo, Qiongya Cao and Yan Li
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:1
  20. Dyadic practice of learners creates supportive learning. So far, few studies have investigated the impact of this approach on students’ empathy and self-efficacy. This study aimed to investigate the effect of ...

    Authors: Maryam Kamali, Shirin Hasanvand, Parastou Kordestani-Moghadam, Farzad Ebrahimzadeh and Mitra Amini
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:8
  21. Nursing education in Iran is one of the disciplines of medical sciences and it needs a design tailored to the community needs in terms of theoretical and clinical approaches. This system is currently faced wit...

    Authors: Ebrahim Ezzati, Shahram Molavynejad, Amir Jalali, Mohammad-Ali Cheraghi, Simin Jahani and Dariush Rokhafroz
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:7
  22. The admission to a nursing home is a critical life-event for affected persons as well as their families. Admission related processes are lacking adequate participation of older people and their families. To im...

    Authors: Stefanie Skudlik, Julian Hirt, Tobias Döringer, Regina Thalhammer, Katharina Lüftl, Birgit Prodinger and Martin Müller
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2023 22:5
  23. Spiritual leadership is the most positive leadership style accepted by positive organizational behavior scholars that contributes to psychological capital. Spiritual leadership could be a critical organization...

    Authors: Mennat-Allah G. Abou Zeid, Ayman Mohamed El-Ashry, Manar Ahmed Kamal and Mahmoud Abdelwahab Khedr
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:377
  24. In health care, the shift work is arranged as irregular work shifts to provide operational hours for 24/7 care. We aimed to investigate working hour trends and turnover in health care via identification of ti...

    Authors: Oxana Krutova, Laura Peutere, Jenni Ervasti, Mikko Härmä, Marianna Virtanen and Annina Ropponen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:376
  25. Standard precautions are minimum infection control practices used to prevent the transmission of diseases and applied to all patient care. Nursing students are at high risk of exposure to occupational biologic...

    Authors: Desalegn Getachew Ayele, Zewdu BayeTezera, Negesu Gizaw Demssie and Ashenafi Worku Woretaw
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:375
  26. Patients can play an essential role in improving patient safety by becoming actively involved in their health care. The present study aimed to qualitatively explore healthcare providers’ (HCPs) and managers’ p...

    Authors: Samaneh Sarkhosh, Zhaleh Abdi and Hamid Ravaghi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:374
  27. Various technologies and interventions at intensive care units can lead to futile medical care for critically ill patients. Futile medical care increases patients’ suffering and costs, reduces nurses' attentio...

    Authors: Faezeh Nazari, Maryam Chegeni and Parvin Mongolian Shahrbabaki
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:373
  28. Nursing students are required to acquire the necessary clinical knowledge and skills to provide safe and quality care. The method of providing training, particularly for final-year nursing students, is of utmo...

    Authors: Amir Shahzeydi, Fariba Taleghani, Maryam Moghimian, Sedigheh Farzi, Ahmadreza Yazdannik and Kolsoum Farzi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:371
  29. Surveys on Patient Safety Culture™ (SOPS®) Hospital Survey (HSOPS 1.0), developed by the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in 2004, has been widely adopted in the United States and internationall...

    Authors: Yinghui Wu, Wenzhe Hua, Daqiao Zhu, Ryo Onishi, Yanna Yang and Tomonori Hasegawa
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:369
  30. Health care’s rapid transition from in-person visits to more digital care meetings has challenged nurses to find new, sustainable ways of using digital technology.

    Authors: Malin Carlsson, Annika Kjällman Alm and Malin Holmström Rising
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:368
  31. Hypertension diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up depend on accurate blood pressure measurement; however, inaccurate measurement techniques are common among healthcare providers. To improve professional perform...

    Authors: Mohamed E. H. Elzeky and Noha F. M. Shahine
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:365
  32. Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability in China and worldwide, affecting the health and well-being of both stroke survivors and their family caregivers (i.e. stroke dyads). Dyadic interventions targ...

    Authors: Huanyu Mou, Stanley Kam Ki Lam and Wai Tong Chien
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:364
  33. Nurse managers play a pivotal role in quality patient care and staff satisfaction and retention. An overwhelming amount of work tasks and responsibilities might result in their sleep problems which are expecte...

    Authors: Rong Chen, Pei Fang, Lanhui Tan, Jia Li and Liping Yu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:363
  34. While single-method studies have reported on the effectiveness of simulated interprofessional teaching, our understanding of its full effects remains incomplete. Teaching design also provides no relevant theor...

    Authors: Xin-yi Zhou, Yan-feng Wang, Chun-xia Dou, Xiao-ying Tian, Jin Su, Yan-ya Chen, Feng-xia Yan, Qiao-hong Yang and Wenru Wang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:362
  35. Amid COVID-19, soon after the closure of academic institutions, academia was compelled to implement teaching and assessments virtually. The situation was not the same for all countries. This transition was muc...

    Authors: Naghma Rizvi, Kiran Mubeen, Shanaz Cassum, Hussain Maqbool Ahmed Khuwaja, Zeenar Salim, Kiran Qasim Ali, Dilshad Noor Ali, Khairulnissa Ajani and Pammla Petrucka
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:361
  36. The aim of this quasi-experimental longitudinal intervention study was to investigate new graduate nurses’ professional competence development after preceptors’ participation in an education intervention.

    Authors: Kirsi Lindfors, Mervi Flinkman, Marja Kaunonen, Heini Huhtala and Eija Paavilainen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:360
  37. During the Covid-19 pandemic, new roles, increased workload, lack of staffing and infection control equipment, unclear infection control guidelines and conflicting information have led to uncertainty and unpre...

    Authors: Ellen Benestad Moi, Anne Valen Skisland, Berit Johannessen, Kristin Haraldstad, Gudrun Rohde and Sylvi Monika Flateland
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:358
  38. When older nursing home residents and their families are faced with end-of-life care decisions in Taiwan, they make them in the context of traditional cultural norms and socioeconomic changes. Both parties (re...

    Authors: Hsin-Tzu Sophie Lee, Chia-Ling Yang, Sei-Ven Leu and Wen-Yu Hu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2022 21:357

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