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  1. Newly graduated registered nurses leaving the nursing profession in the early stages of their career have enormous financial and time implications for nursing organizations and affect the quality of nursing care.

    Authors: Xiao-Chen Lyu, Shuang-Shuang Huang, Xiao-Ming Ye, Lu-Yu Zhang, Peng Zhang and Ya-Juan Wang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:57
  2. China is experiencing an aging population, leading to a significant demand for “Internet + nursing services” tailored for elderly individuals. However, there are many risk problems in the process of nurse serv...

    Authors: Jiajia Xu, Yuping Shi, Shan Li, Jinglian Ma, Jianghong Zhang and Yanfang Shen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:54
  3. One factor that influences nursing students' decision to engage in volunteer activities is volunteer motivation. It is important to understand the motivations of nursing students to volunteer. However, the maj...

    Authors: Fupei He, Beilei Lin, Xueting Liu, Yongxia Mei, Wenna Wang, Zhenxiang Zhang and Mingxu Wang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:53
  4. Poor sleep quality is prevalent among nurses worldwide. Around two-thirds of nurses doing shift work are known to experience sleep problems and fatigue. Fatigue and sleep problems are linked to poor performanc...

    Authors: Rana Ali Alameri, Hebah A. Almulla, Afnan Hamad Al Swyan and Sama S. Hammad
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:51
  5. As China’s population ages, the demand for care for the disabled elderly is increasing, and family caregivers find it challenging to meet the comprehensive care needs of the disabled elderly. Through home resp...

    Authors: Bihui Chen, Haili Zhu, Han Fu, Qiannan Han and Lei Chen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:49
  6. Patient safety is one of the critical indicators of providing qualified and high-quality health care services. Determining nursing students’ patient safety competencies will significantly contribute to the lit...

    Authors: Jamileh Farokhzadian, Gulcan Taskiran Eskici, Yasamin Molavi-Taleghani, Asghar Tavan and Hojjat Farahmandnia
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:47
  7. In public health emergencies, nurses are vulnerable to adverse reactions, especially job burnout. It is critical to identify nurses at risk of burnout early and implement interventions as early as possible.

    Authors: Lu Wang, Xiaohong Zhang, Meng Zhang, Lei Wang, Xiaoru Tong, Na Song, Junyi Hou, Juan Xiao, Hong Xiao and Tingting Hu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:46
  8. Burns constitute a major global health challenge, causing not only physical trauma, but also significant psychosocial and emotional disturbances. The complexity of these injuries requires comprehensive rehabil...

    Authors: Evon S. Shokre, Shaymaa Elsayed Mossad Mohammed, Heba Mohammed Mahmoud Elhapashy, Nadia Bassuoni Elsharkawy, Osama Mohamed Elsayed Ramadan and Enas Mahrous Abdelaziz
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:45
  9. The annual Islamic pilgrimage of Hajj attracts millions of pilgrims from around the world, necessitating the involvement of healthcare professionals, including nurse volunteers, to ensure the safety and well-b...

    Authors: Mashael Mohammed Alrashdi and Abdulellah Al Thobaity
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:44
  10. Despite the importance of faculty retention, there is little understanding of how demographic variables, professional and institutional work-life issues, and satisfaction interact to explain faculty intentions...

    Authors: Akram Ghahramanian, Farzaneh Bagheriyeh, Parvaneh Aghajari, Mohammad Asghari-Jafarabadi, Pedram Abolfathpour, Azad Rahmani, Amirreza Nabighadim and Alireza Hajieskandar
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:43
  11. The management process of Enteral Nutrition (EN) typically involves the interaction between a team of health care practitioners. Nurses being the closest to the patients, have crucial responsibilities and play...

    Authors: Sara Zaher, Futoon AL. Sumairi and Sarah M. Ajabnoor
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:42
  12. Smart nursing homes (SNHs) integrate advanced technologies, including IoT, digital health, big data, AI, and cloud computing to optimise remote clinical services, monitor abnormal events, enhance decision-maki...

    Authors: Yuanyuan Zhao, Shariff-Ghazali Sazlina, Fakhrul Zaman Rokhani, Karuthan Chinna, Jing Su and Boon-How Chew
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:40
  13. Employing postgraduate students as Teaching Assistants (TA) has become a common practice in many higher education institutions and is part of a growing international trend for professional practice.

    Authors: Shahzad Pashaeypoor, Zahra Amrollah Majdabadi, Ali Khanipour-Kencha and Nasrin Nikpeyma
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:39
  14. Euthanasia has been incorporated into the health services of seven countries. The legalisation of these practices has important repercussions for the competences of nurses, and it raises questions about their ...

    Authors: Cristina Monforte-Royo, Blanca Goni-Fuste, Iris Crespo, Denise Pergolizzi, Leandra Martin-Delgado, Pilar Fuster, Mercedes Bellido-Perez, Joaquín Tomás-Sábado and Andrea Rodríguez-Prat
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:38
  15. The implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in daily healthcare practice has become standardized. In relation to education within the nursing degree, ICTs make it possible to carry out...

    Authors: Alberto Cruz-Barrientos, Eva Manuela Cotobal-Calvo, Ana María Sainz-Otero, José Manuel De-La-Fuente-Rodríguez, Daniel Román-Sánchez and Inés Carmona-Barrientos
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:36
  16. With the continuing impact of the aging population, medical-elderly care integrated institutions, as a way to bear the pressure of medical and elderly care, effectively ensure the quality of life of the elderl...

    Authors: Mao-min Jiang, Mei-fang Xiao, Jia-wen Zhang and Mei-fang Yang
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:32
  17. Nurses face substantial career challenges arising from global pandemics, economic crises, and their roles in conflict-ridden areas. In this context, the rights of nurses pertaining to decent work, such as free...

    Authors: BowenXue, Yaping Feng, Yihui Zhao, Xin Li, Yang Yang, Jingxuan Zhang, Yu Zhang, Zhiguo Hu and Hong Luo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:31
  18. Over the years, national and international nurses’ organisations have drawn up Codes of Conduct and Codes of Ethics. A new differentiation has emerged over time between mandatory and aspirational approaches un...

    Authors: Stefania Chiappinotto, Michael Igoumenidis, Alessandro Galazzi, Andjela Kokic and Alvisa Palese
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:30
  19. The evidence of preferences for infection prevention and control (IPC) intervention from system perspective was lacked. This study aimed to elicit nurses’ preferences for the intervention designed to improve I...

    Authors: Qian Zhou, Junjie Liu, Feiyang Zheng, Qianning Wang, Xinping Zhang, Hui Li, Li Tan and Wanjun Luo
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:29
  20. We aimed to investigate cancer patients' experiences of psychological distress after surgery and the factors that influence it, and to analyze the relationship between this and the nursing humanistic care dema...

    Authors: Fengyan Ma, Yajing Zhu and Yan Liu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:26
  21. Needle stick injuries (NSI) can lead to dangerous infectious diseases for health care workers. This study aimed to determine the predictors of observance of safe injection guidelines in hospital nursing staff,...

    Authors: Masoud Karimi, Zakieh Khoramaki, Maryam Rabiey faradonbeh, Maryam Ghaedi, Fatemeh Ashoori and Abdolrahim Asadollahi
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:25
  22. Nurses play a vital role in providing round-the-clock care to patients, but the challenges associated with working night shifts can have significant implications for their well-being and quality of life.

    Authors: Jebril AL-hrinat, Abdullah M. Al-Ansi, Aseel Hendi, Ghadeer Adwan and Manar Hazaimeh
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:24
  23. Emergency department nurses often deal with victims of violence and trauma. In the emergency department, the main focus is on saving lives and stabilizing patients' conditions. The next important task is to pr...

    Authors: Somayeh Zare Emami, Virginia A. Lynch and Marjan Banazadeh
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:23
  24. Nurses are more likely to be exposed to human suffering than other healthcare professionals. Persons exposed to indirect trauma can experience symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder, symptoms of avoidance, ...

    Authors: Marta Civljak, Ines Stivic and Livia Puljak
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:22
  25. Postoperative pain control is pivotal for surgical care; it facilitates patient recovery. Although patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) has been available for decades, inadequate pain control remains. Nurses’ kn...

    Authors: Ying-Ru Chen, Cheryl Chia-Hui Chen, Wei-Wen Wu, Fu-Ing Tang and Ling-Chun Lu
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:21
  26. Persistent pain is the most reported symptom in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA); however, effective and brief assessment tools are lacking. We validated the Chinese version of the Global Pain Scale (C-...

    Authors: Haoyang Chen, Xiaoxiao Wang, Ting Bai, Hengmei Cui, Songsong Shi, Yunyun Li, Guang-yin Xu, Huiling Li and Biyu Shen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:20
  27. The nursing practice environment is beneficial in curbing implicit rationing of nursing care and adverse patient events. However, the underlying mechanisms of these relationships remain unexplored.

    Authors: Heba E. El-Gazar, Ali D Abousoliman, Mona Shawer, Paulo Coelho and Mohamed A. Zoromba
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:19
  28. Nomophobia, the crippling fear of being disconnected from mobile devices, is a burgeoning global concern. Given the critical nature of the profession of nursing students, understanding nomophobia’s prevalence ...

    Authors: Ayman Mohamed El-Ashry, Mona Metwally El-Sayed, Eman Sameh Abd Elhay, Samah Mohamed Taha, Mohamed Hussein Ramadan Atta, Heba Abdel-Hamid Hammad and Mahmoud Abdelwahab Khedr
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:18
  29. Simulation games are effective for acquiring surgical nursing knowledge during education by offering possibilities to learn theoretical knowledge through practical patient scenarios, thus preparing students fo...

    Authors: Jaana-Maija Koivisto, Tuija Buure, Janne Engblom, Kristiina Rosqvist and Elina Haavisto
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:16
  30. Compassionate care is the main indicator of the quality regarding nursing care. The importance of this care in the recovery process for the elderly hospitalized for COVID-19 has been under-researched in studie...

    Authors: Fereshte Faghihi, Ladan Zarshenas and Banafsheh Tehranineshat
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:14
  31. Medication safety competence is very important as one of the clinical skills among nursing students to provide safe nursing care. The lack of medication safety competence in nursing students leads to occurrenc...

    Authors: Zahra Mohebi, Mostafa Bijani and Azizallah Dehghan
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:13
  32. The relationship between the nurse and the patient with mental health disorder is crucial to the recovery process. Thus, patients with mental health disorders should be active subjects in this relationship by ...

    Authors: Joana Coelho, Antonio Moreno Poyato, Juan Roldán Merino, Carlos Sequeira and Francisco Sampaio
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:9
  33. Efficient teamwork is crucial to provide optimal health care. This paper focuses on teamwork between Anaesthesiologists (ANES), Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthetists’ (CRNA) and Critical Care Registered Nur...

    Authors: Jenny Wising, Madelene Ström, Jenny Hallgren and Komalsingh Rambaree
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:7
  34. Infection risk was significant for front-line nurses during the Covid-19 outbreak. The pandemic presented several ethical difficulties and sapped nurses’ drive to labor harder for longer periods. This study ev...

    Authors: Parul Chaudhary, Payal, Pooja Nain, Pooja, Pooja Rana, Pooja Verma, Pooja Yadav, Poonam, Prerna, Geetika Kashyap and Rajesh Kumar
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:5
  35. To ensure high quality of nurses’ communication as part of patient-centered care, training of communication skills is essential. Previous studies indicate that communication skills trainings can improve commun...

    Authors: Anja Lindig, Kendra Mielke, Wiebke Frerichs, Katja Cöllen, Levente Kriston, Martin Härter and Isabelle Scholl
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:2
  36. Maternal glycemia is associated with pregnancy outcomes. Thus, supporting the self-management experiences and preferences of pregnant women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes is crucial to optimize glucose contro...

    Authors: Katelyn Sushko, Patricia Strachan, Michelle Butt, Kara Nerenberg and Diana Sherifali
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2024 23:1

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