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  1. Previous studies have explored the relationships of psychological capital with employees’ job performance in the health sector. However, the possible indirect pathways, including a serial mediation of problem-...

    Authors: Hao Chen, Nick Yvan Ngansom Kewou, Samuel Atingabili, Ary Dylann Zeudong Sogbo and Armel Temagna Tcheudjeu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:149
  2. There has been a persistent increase in clients’ dissatisfaction with providers’ competencies in maternal and child healthcare (MCH). Existing interventions have failed to address the complexity of provider-cl...

    Authors: Kahabi Isangula, Eunice S. Pallangyo and Eunice Ndirangu-Mugo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:148
  3. Antimicrobial resistance has become one of the world’s most important public health problems. Accordingly, nursing strategies to manage antimicrobials in hospital environments are fundamental to promoting pati...

    Authors: Flavia Giron Camerini, Tonia Lourenço Cunha, Cintia Silva Fassarella, Danielle de Mendonça Henrique and Juliana Gerhardt Soares Fortunato
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:147
  4. In the changing healthcare landscape, a strong professional identity serves as a cornerstone for nurses. Therefore, transformative educational approaches that include professional judgement, reasoning, critica...

    Authors: Scovia Nalugo Mbalinda, Josephine Nambi Najjuma, Aloysius Mubuuke Gonzaga, Kamoga Livingstone and David Musoke
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:146
  5. It is pertinent to understand the perceptions of healthcare workers (HCWs) with their associated personal protective equipment (PPE) usage and heat strain symptoms experienced to effectively combat the negativ...

    Authors: Hsiao-Yu Yang, Hsiu-Ling Chou, Clarence Hong Wei Leow, Ching-Chiu Kao, D. Daniel, Vena Jaladara, Levina Chandra Khoe, P K Latha, Yodi Mahendradhata, Phuong Minh Nguyen, Rujipas Sirijatuphat, Dewi Sumaryani Soemarko, Vidhya Venugopal, Kai Zhang and Jason Kai Wei Lee
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:145
  6. To analyse the nature of medical or technical emergency issues of ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients calling a nurse-provided emergency PD support service of a reference centre that is provided all y...

    Authors: Annemarie Albert, Stefan Richter, Philipp Kalk, Philipp Stieger, Rainer Peter Woitas, Rüdiger C. Braun-Dullaeus and Christian Albert
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:144
  7. In low and middle-income countries like Kenya, critical care facilities are limited, meaning acutely ill patients are managed in the general wards. Nurses in these wards are expected to detect and respond to p...

    Authors: Nickcy Mbuthia, Nancy Kagwanja, Moses Ngari and Mwanamvua Boga
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:143
  8. The incidence of spinal cord injury (SCI) is increasing across the globe. The caregivers of patients with spinal cord injuries experience many problems during providing care to these patients. Identifying the ...

    Authors: Nasrin Galehdar and Heshmatolah Heydari
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:142
  9. The professional role of a nurse anaesthetist involves taking a pedagogical approach towards students, including supervision during clinical practice. Although supervisors are facilitators of student learning,...

    Authors: Jakob Hedlund, Karin Blomberg, Hans Hjelmqvist and Maria Jaensson
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:141
  10. Healthcare organizations with practitioners who exhibit proactive work behavior and career adaptability acquire a competitive advantage in the face of many adversities. Entrepreneurial leadership (EL) is a new...

    Authors: Nadia Hassan Ali Awad, Heba Ahmed Hamza Zabady, Gehan Galal Elbialy and Heba Mohamed Al-anwer Ali Ashour
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:140
  11. This study investigated the impact of service-based learning on the health education competencies of students in community health nursing internships. community health nursing internship is one of the areas wh...

    Authors: Maryamsadat Emrani, Zohreh Khoshnood, Jamileh Farokhzadian and Mohammad Sadeghi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:138
  12. Midwifery practice experience for midwifery students is an important component of education to enhance knowledge and skill development. Practicing midwives provide student support in the clinical setting, ther...

    Authors: Fiona Arundell, Athena Sheehan and Kath Peters
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:137
  13. The rapid advancement of technology-enhanced learning opportunities has resulted in requests of applying improved pedagogical design features of digital educational resources into nursing education. Digital educa...

    Authors: Monika Ravik, Kristin Laugaland, Kristin Akerjordet, Ingunn Aase and Marianne Thorsen Gonzalez
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:135
  14. Climate change, a pervasive global phenomenon, exerts discernible impacts on the physical, social, and psychological dimensions of well-being. The apprehension surrounding this complex environmental issue has ...

    Authors: Mohamed Hussein Ramadan Atta, Mohamed A. Zoromba, Heba E. El-Gazar, Ahmed Loutfy, Mahmoud Ahmed Elsheikh, Omnya Sobhy Mohamad El-ayari, Ibrahim Sehsah and Nadia Waheed Elzohairy
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:133
  15. Worldwide, the healthcare system stresses a severe deficit of nurses because of elevated levels of work-induced stress, burnout and turnover rates, as well as the ageing of the nursing workforce. The diminishi...

    Authors: Daniela Lillekroken, Heidi M. Kvalvaag, Katrin Lindeflaten, Tone Nygaard Flølo, Kristine Krogstad and Elisabeth Hessevaagbakke
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:132
  16. High levels of empathy and self-awareness and low level of stress among nursing students are the core elements of improving patients’ care and outcomes. The purpose of this study is to assess the levels, relat...

    Authors: Shaher H. Hamaideh, Sawsan Abuhammad, Abdallah Abu Khait, Hanan Al-Modallal, Ayman M Hamdan-Mansour, Rami Masa’deh and Saleem Alrjoub
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:131
  17. In recent years, there has been growing interest in the use of Digital Based Nursing Intervention to support diabetes management. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of digital based nursing intervention o...

    Authors: Marwa Mamdouh Shaban, Heba Magdy Sharaa, Fatma Gomaa Mohamed Amer and Mostafa Shaban
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:130
  18. With social transformation, rapid economic development and deepening awareness of psychological health in China, people’s demand for psychological health services is becoming increasingly urgent. A key challen...

    Authors: Qinghong Fang, Xingwen Li, Yuanyuan Luo, Zhihui Yang, Lin Xiao, Wenxuan Tan, Suting Liu, Jiahui Luo and Lili Zhang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:129
  19. Nurses play a crucial role in getting through the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the burden of the COVID-19 pandemic for nurses has been recognized, and thus, support for nurses is urgently needed. Support with v...

    Authors: Anu Pellikka, Kristiina Junttila, Tanja Laukkala and Toni Haapa
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:128
  20. In low- and middle- income countries like Rwanda, children are most likely to suffer from painful and life-limiting conditions due to various factors predominant in these settings. Adequate pre-licensure pain ...

    Authors: Philomene Uwimana, Donatilla Mukamana, Yolanda Babenko-Mould and Oluyinka Adejumo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:127
  21. Sustainability of evidence-based interventions (EBIs) is suboptimal in healthcare. Evidence on how knowledge translation (KT) strategies are used for the sustainability of EBIs in practice is lacking. This stu...

    Authors: Christine E. Cassidy, Rachel Flynn, Alyson Campbell, Lauren Dobson, Jodi Langley, Deborah McNeil, Ella Milne, Pilar Zanoni, Megan Churchill and Karen M. Benzies
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:125
  22. Older persons with age-related and complex health problems will increasingly depend on care provision from nurses in their own homes. However, a barrier to quality care is ageism and nursing students´ disinter...

    Authors: Björn Bouwmeester Stjernetun, Catharina Gillsjö, Elzana Odzakovic and Jenny Hallgren
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:124
  23. Culture is a fundamental concept in healthcare settings due to the reason that care provided to patients is holistic and encompasses their perspectives on health, which are greatly influenced by the patients’ ...

    Authors: Vistolina Nuuyoma, Sitembile Muvumwaeni and Leonard Chihururu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:123
  24. To identify the distinct profiles of work alienation among Chinese nurses, examine the demographic factors associated with profile memberships, and then explore the relationship between latent categories of wo...

    Authors: Changchang Chen, Xutong Zheng, Yi Cui, Hezi Mu, Qian Yang, Man Zhang, Huan Xu, Jian Guan, Wenjie Chen and Hongjuan Lang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:122
  25. In advanced clinical learning labs on campus, high-fidelity simulation has become an essential educational approach in the Bachelor of Nursing Education programme. However, simulation while in clinical placeme...

    Authors: Karina Karlsen, Carina Nygård, Lisbeth Gaustad Johansen and Edith Roth Gjevjon
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:121
  26. The Internet Plus Nursing Service (IPNS) is being instigated in all provincial-level regions throughout China, in which registered nurses (with more than five years of experience from qualified medical institu...

    Authors: Yan He, Guanrui Feng, Chenchen Wang, Dan Yang, Lei Hu, Wai-kit Ming and Weiju Chen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:120
  27. Growing focus on patient-centred care emphasizes humanistic skills and clinical narrative competence in nursing, particularly in assisted reproductive nursing. However, there is limited evidence to suggest the...

    Authors: Fengyi Mo, Xiaorui Hu, Qing Ma and Lanfeng Xing
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:119
  28. Varicocele is the most prevalent correctable cause of male infertility. Currently, surgical treatment is the primary method to enhance fertility.For many young varicocele patients who have postponed surgery du...

    Authors: Kang He, Jianxiong Li, Cheng Yang, Junping Wu, Biling Wu and Hui Xia
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:118
  29. An optimal work environment for nurses is characterized primarily by appropriate staffing, good team relations, and support from the management staff. These factors are consistently associated with a positive ...

    Authors: Iwona Malinowska-Lipień, Dariusz Put, Michał Maluchnik, Teresa Gabryś, Maria Kózka, Krzysztof Gajda, Agnieszka Gniadek, Tomasz Brzostek and Allison Squires
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:117
  30. The shortage of nurses has been a global human resources problem. A good professional growth environment is essential to developing potential nursing students and attracting nurses to join, and it has great si...

    Authors: Xiuwen Chen, Liqing Yue, Bingyu Li, Jun Li, Xiuying Wu, Bin Peng and Ziwei Cao
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:116
  31. The culturally sensitive nursing practice has not embedded filial piety as a cultural value and stance pertaining to caregiving among aging Chinese and Chinese-American (CCA) families in the United States, yet...

    Authors: Chunhong Xiao, Patricia A. Patrician, Aoyjai P. Montgomery, Youhua Wang, Rita Jablonski and Adelais Markaki
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:115
  32. When job demand exceeds job resources, burnout occurs. Burnout in healthcare workers extends beyond negatively affecting their functioning and physical and mental health; it also has been associated with poor ...

    Authors: Angelina R. Wilton, Katharine Sheffield, Quantia Wilkes, Sherry Chesak, Joel Pacyna, Richard Sharp, Paul E. Croarkin, Mohit Chauhan, Liselotte N. Dyrbye, William V. Bobo and Arjun P. Athreya
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:114
  33. Globalization and innovative technologies forced organizations to adopt innovative approaches and innovations for gaining a sustainable competitive advantage. Innovative Work Behavior (IWB) is related to the e...

    Authors: Nagwa Gouda Ahmed Abd-Elmoghith, Amal Sobhy Mahmoud and Aida Mahmoud Abdel-Azeem
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:112
  34. Heart failure (HF) is a prevalent condition worldwide. HF self-care is a set of behaviors necessary for improving patient outcomes. This study aims to review and summarize the individual and system-related fac...

    Authors: Carolyn Kleman, Stephanie Turrise, Heidi Winslow, Omar Alzaghari and Barbara J. Lutz
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:110
  35. Novice nurses providing care in acute conditions should have satisfactory performance. Accurate and appropriate evaluation of the performance of novice nurses in providing care in acute situations is essential...

    Authors: Reza Nemati-Vakilabad, Maryam Khoshbakht-Pishkhani, Saman Maroufizadeh and Nazila Javadi-Pashaki
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:108
  36. In recent years, the prevalence of sexual harassment has become a global problem, and nursing, like other professions, has not been immune to this issue. By having a valid and reliable instrument, healthcare p...

    Authors: Maryam Zeighami, Alireza Malakoutikhah, Parvin Mangolian Shahrbabaki, Kamlah Al-Oliamat and Mahlagha Dehghan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:107
  37. To improve patients’ privacy, comfort and infection control, newly built hospitals increasingly offer 100% single-occupancy patient rooms. Our study examines how nurses perceived the transition from a hospital...

    Authors: Ralph Pruijsten, Erwin Ista, Jill Maben, Liesbeth van Heel and Monique van Dijk
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:106
  38. Indonesia is at high risk of disasters. Therefore, nursing is expected to play a role in disaster risk reductions in communities. This study aimed to implement the Disaster Preparedness Training Integration Mo...

    Authors: Haris Sofyana, Kusman Ibrahim, Irvan Afriandi and Erna Herawati
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:105
  39. Nursing students require improvement in their intravenous infusion therapy management skills, yet traditional training models possess deficiencies. The Teaching for Understanding (TfU) Framework can enhance th...

    Authors: Jing Huang, Xiaoyan Liu, Jing Xu, Li Ren, Lihui Liu, Ting Jiang, Menglu Huang and Zhoupeng Wu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:104
  40. Evidence-based practise is a method by which healthcare professionals integrate the best available evidence, individual expertise and patient preferences to improve patient safety and utilise quality healthcar...

    Authors: Dereje Chala Diriba and Temesgen Tilahun
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:103
  41. Delirium is one of the most common adverse events in older people during hospitalization, especially in the emergency department. Reliable, easy-to-use instruments are necessary to properly manage delirium in ...

    Authors: Marta Morales-Puerto, María Ruiz-Díaz, Silvia García-Mayor, Álvaro León-Campos, José Miguel Morales-Asencio, José Carlos Canca-Sánchez, Sonia Gavira-Guerra, Cecilia Toledo-Fernandez and Marta Aranda-Gallardo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:101
  42. Moral sensitivity is an essential criterion for nurses' professional competence, and it is effective in professional performance and the development of communication between nurse and patient. According to sev...

    Authors: Abdollah Zargar Shadi, Vanaki Zohreh, Mohammadi Eesa and Kazemnejad Anoshirvan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:99
  43. In the daily life of individuals living with Parkinson's disease, their loved ones are crucial. Adapting family members to the patient's condition, support in providing care, and psychosocial adaptations is es...

    Authors: Zvonka Fekonja, Nadja Irgolič and Dominika Vrbnjak
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:98

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