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  1. By incorporating socio-cognitive mindfulness which has been under-examined in the nursing field, this study investigated the relationships between socio-cognitive mindfulness, moral sensitivity, dementia commu...

    Authors: Hyun Ju Bong and Mikyoung Lee
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:351
  2. Learning in placement is essential to postgraduate critical care nursing students’ education. Assessment of students’ competence in placement is important to ensure highly qualified postgraduate critical care ...

    Authors: Line J. Øvrebø, Dagrunn Nåden Dyrstad and Britt Sætre Hansen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:348
  3. The importance of the peripheral intravenous catheter (PIVC) practices on patient safety is increasing. Small and medium-sized hospitals play a central role in the provision of healthcare services in South Kor...

    Authors: Jung Hee Kim, Inju Hwang and Eun Man Kim
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:347
  4. Home mechanical ventilation (HMV) is a treatment method for patients with chronic respiratory failure. HMV is a challenge for both patients and their caregivers. Some studies have shown a higher risk of depres...

    Authors: Lucyna Płaszewska-Żywko, Izabela Fajfer-Gryz, Jakub Cichoń and Maria Kózka
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:346
  5. Recognizing nurses as pivotal change agents and urgent preparation for the next generation is crucial for addressing sustainability issues and cultivating a sustainable healthcare system. Reports highlight gap...

    Authors: Marwa Ahmed El-Sayed Mohamed, Eman Ghallab, Ragaa Abdallah Ahmed Hassan and Shaimaa Mohamed Amin
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:343
  6. Authentic leadership is an emerging perspective in leadership that focuses on leaders' values and beliefs. while the mindfulness perspective permits nurse managers to be fully present, aware of themselves and ...

    Authors: Warda Mohammed Elsayed Shurab, Sanaa Abd Elazim Ibrahim, Marwa Mohamed Abdelaalem, Samar Atiya Abosaleh Gabal and Takwa Rashwan Mohamed Abdelhady
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:342
  7. Stress is a pervasive occurrence within certain professions, including nurses working in emergency and intensive care unit environments. Nurses in these settings often confront various stress-inducing factors,...

    Authors: Getachew Nigussie Bolado, Bizuayehu Atinafu Ataro, Christian Kebede Gadabo, Agumas Shibabaw Ayana, Tamirat Ersino Kebamo and Worku Mimani Minuta
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:341
  8. Healthcare systems are encountering a growing number of diverse and multicultural clients due to globalization and migration. To effectively address the challenges associated with cross-cultural interactions, ...

    Authors: Mahdiyeh Sarvarizadeh, Sakineh Miri, Fatemeh Darban and Jamileh Farokhzadian
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:340
  9. Career maturity is a crucial indicator of career preparedness and unpreparedness can cause the turnover of new nurses. Considerable empirical work demonstrates the potential associations between specialty iden...

    Authors: Yanjia Liu, Mei Chan Chong, Yanhong Han, Hui Wang and Lijuan Xiong
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:339
  10. Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is the bedrock of non-pharmacological treatment for people with COPD. Nonetheless, it is well described in the literature that unless the patient changes his behaviour, the benefi...

    Authors: Liliana Silva, Tiago Maricoto, Ângela Mota, Lara Lemos, Mariana Santos, Hélder Cunha, Inês Azevedo, Joana Berger-Estilita, Patrício Costa and José Miguel Padilha
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:338
  11. Emergency department (ED) nurses are exposed to the risk of secondary traumatic stress (STS), which poses a threat not only to nurses’ health and psychological well-being but also adversely affects the executi...

    Authors: Bushra Alshammari, Nada F Alanazi, Fatmah Kreedi, Farhan Alshammari, Sameer A. Alkubati, Awatif Alrasheeday, Norah Madkhali, Ammar Alshara, Venkat Bakthavatchaalam, Mahmoud Al-Masaeed, Sabah Kaied Alshammari, Nwair Kaied Alshammari, Mukhtar Ansari, Arshad Hussain and Ahmed K. Al-Sadi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:337
  12. Patients with palliative care needs live with the reality of limited time due to illness or age, eliciting emotional and existential responses. A failure to address their existential needs can lead to signific...

    Authors: Tove Stenman, Ylva Rönngren, Ulla Näppä and Christina Melin-Johansson
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:336
  13. Lifestyle modification is an essential component of prevention and management of hypertension. Existing instruments in Taiwan focus on assessing lifestyle modifications by evaluating medication adherence or co...

    Authors: Ting-Yu Chen, Chi-Wen Kao, Shu-Meng Cheng and Chieh-Yu Liu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:334
  14. The practice of routine gastric residual aspiration in preterm infants remains controversial, with conflicting evidence regarding its impact on necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). As front-line caregivers, nurses...

    Authors: Osama Mohamed Elsayed Ramadan, Majed Mowanes Alruwaili, Abeer Nuwayfi Alruwaili, Nadia Bassuoni Elsharkawy, Enas Mahrous Abdelaziz, Mohammed Elsayed Zaky, Marwa Mamdouh shaban and Mostafa Shaban
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:333
  15. Virtual patients are an educational technological approach used in healthcare education. Its distinctive features have rendered virtual patient technology appealing for the training of medical and healthcare s...

    Authors: Gerard Nyiringango, Uno Fors, David K. Tumusiime and Elenita Forsberg
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:332
  16. The prevalence of burnout, depression, and anxiety among Chinese nurses was 34%, 55.5%, and 41.8% respectively. Mental health problems have significant impacts on their personal well-being, work performance, p...

    Authors: Qiang Yu, Chongmei Huang, Yusheng Tian, Jiaxin Yang, Xuting Li, Meng Ning, Zengyu Chen, Jie Du, Jiaqing He and Yamin Li
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:330
  17. Meeting people’s needs is positively correlated with their recovery. However, recovery services rarely include nurse-led programs tailored to the needs of these people. This study aimed to evaluate the effecti...

    Authors: Wen-I Liu, Wen-Ling Hsieh, Ching-Ting Lai, Chia-Chen Liu, Yueh-Ming Tai and Chieh-Yu Liu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:329
  18. Communication is a basic need of humans. Identifying factors that prevent effective nurse-patient communication allows for the better implementation of necessary measures to modify barriers. This study aims to...

    Authors: Hamed Bakhshi, Mohammad Javad Shariati, Mohammad Hasan Basirinezhad and Hossein Ebrahimi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:328
  19. Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) was legalized in Canada in 2016. Canada’s legislation is the first to permit Nurse Practitioners (NP) to serve as independent MAiD assessors and providers. Registered Nurses’...

    Authors: Jocelyn Schroeder, Barbara Pesut, Lise Olsen, Nelly D. Oelke and Helen Sharp
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:326
  20. Nursing incivility, defined as disrespectful behaviour toward nurses, is increasingly recognized as a pressing issue that affects nurses’ well-being and quality of care. However, research on the pathways linki...

    Authors: Nourah Alsadaan, Osama Mohamed Elsayed Ramadan and Mohammed Alqahtani
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:325
  21. Improving the practice environment, quality of care and patient safety are global health priorities. In South Africa, quality of care and patient safety are among the top goals of the National Department of He...

    Authors: Immaculate Sabelile Tenza, Alwiena J. Blignaut, Suria M. Ellis and Siedine K. Coetzee
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:324
  22. Nurses constitute the largest body of healthcare professionals globally, positioning them at the forefront of enhancing patient safety. Despite their crucial role, there is a notable gap in the literature rega...

    Authors: Yasmin Ibrahim Abdelkader Khider, Shaimaa Mohamed Elghareeb Allam, Mohamed A. Zoromba and Heba Mohammed Mahmoud Elhapashy
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:323
  23. Understanding the stressors and coping strategies of nursing students in their first clinical training is important for improving student performance, helping students develop a professional identity and probl...

    Authors: Jacqueline Maria Dias, Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Nabeel Al-Yateem, Fatma Refaat Ahmed, Syed Azizur Rahman, Mini Sara Abraham, Sareh Mirza Forootan, Farzaneh Ahmad Sarkhosh and Fatemeh Javanbakh
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:322
  24. Despite worldwide concern about the poor physical health of patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSD), physical health screening rates are low. This study reports nurses’ and patients’ experiences o...

    Authors: Camilla Långstedt, Daniel Bressington and Maritta Välimäki
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:321

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  25. Chemotherapy, whilst treating tumours, can also lead to numerous adverse reactions such as nausea and vomiting, fatigue and kidney toxicity, threatening the physical and mental health of patients. Simultaneous...

    Authors: Jie Lai, Bianca Pilla, Matthew Stephenson, Alison Brettle, Chunlan Zhou, Wenji Li, Chaixiu Li, Jiaqi Fu, Shisi Deng, Yujie Zhang, Zihan Guo and Yanni Wu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:320
  26. This study aimed to secure and analyze evidence regarding the enhancement of nursing students’ empathy through simulation-based interventions. It comprehensively analyzed self-reported emotions and reactions a...

    Authors: Mi-Kyoung Cho and Mi Young Kim
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:319
  27. Considering the severe and sudden changes in the job conditions of nurses during the covid-19 pandemic, the increase in job tensions during this critical period and its consequences on the quantity and quality...

    Authors: Zahra Ghaderi, Zahra Tagharrobi, Zahra Sooki and Khadijeh Sharifi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:313
  28. In low-and middle-income countries inadequate neonatal pain management persists as a significant public health issue despite the availability of guidelines. Newborns often experience pain from routine medical ...

    Authors: Wandimu Muche Mekonen, Addis Bilal Muhye and Mengistu Berhanu Gobeza
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:292
  29. Although there is a growing literature on the use of telepresence robots in institutional dementia care settings, limited research focused on the perspectives of frontline staff members who deliver dementia ca...

    Authors: Lily Haopu Ren, Karen Lok Yi Wong, Joey Wong, Sarah Kleiss, Annette Berndt, Jim Mann, Ali Hussein, Grace Hu, Lily Wong, Ruth Khong, Jason Fu, Nazia Ahmed, Julia Nolte and Lillian Hung
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:317
  30. Ethical decision-making in end-of-life care is one of the most challenging aspects of healthcare: providing ethical care to the society is one of the most important responsibilities of healthcare professionals...

    Authors: Erfan Pourshahri, Fateme Mohammadi, Habib Shareinia, Fozieh Abadi and Mostafa Bijani
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:316
  31. Investigate the influence of organizational intelligence on the development of soft skills and the overall thriving of nurses at Alexandria Main University Hospital in Egypt.

    Authors: Amal Diab Ghanem Atalla, Naglaa Abdelaziz Mahmoud Elseesy, Ayman Mohamed El-Ashry, Loujain Saud Sharif, Alaa Mahsoon, Wafaa Farraj Aljohani and Samia Mohamed Sobhi Mohamed
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:315
  32. Artificial intelligence is a growing phenomenon that will soon facilitate wide-scale changes in many professions, and is expected to play an important role in the field of medical education. This study explore...

    Authors: Weijuan Kong, Yanhua Ning, Ting Ma, Fei Song, Yuxin Mao, Cailing Yang, Xinjin Li, Yahong Guo, Haiyan Liu, Jing Shi and Lingna Liu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:314
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. 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
  38. 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
  39. 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

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