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Perspectives of operational staff working in residential care and aged care reforms.

Cathy Monro, Lynette Mackenzie, Kate O'Loughlin, Lee-Fay Low,

Australia is undergoing major aged care reforms, changing from the previous service provider-driven approach to consumer-directed-care principles. In residential aged care, this resulted in significant reduction in government funding in order to support reform initiatives in home and community-based care. There has been limited research on the impact of structural ... Read more >>

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The association between health status and job satisfaction among female workers: A nationwide cross-sectional study.

Sung-Heui Bae,

The purpose of this study was to determine the job satisfaction among female workers in Korea and the association between health status and job satisfaction. The Korean Longitudinal Survey of Women and Families was used for this nationwide cross-sectional study. Data from 1570 female workers were analyzed to determine job ... Read more >>

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Improving sepsis screening and care in a developing nation health setting: a description of implementation.

Laura Alberto, Andrea P Marshall, Rachel M Walker, Fernando Pálizas, Leanne M Aitken,

Evidence on sepsis screening and care in developing nations is insufficient to inform implementation practices in hospital wards. The aim of this multi-method study was to describe and evaluate the implementation of a three-step intervention (sepsis screening, alert activation, care) in five wards in Argentina in 2017. The implementation involved ... Read more >>

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The Experiences of Nurses Diagnosed with COVID-19 in Turkey: A Qualitative Study.

Bilgen Özlük, Zülfiye Bikmaz,

Frontline healthcare professionals during the pandemic were exposed to the risk of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) worldwide. In this study, we aimed to explore the experiences of nurses who were diagnosed with COVID-19. This qualitative, descriptive study was conducted between July 20<sup>th</sup> and the September 29<sup>th</sup> , 2020. A ... Read more >>

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Experiences and perceptions of people living with schizophrenia in Japan: A qualitative study.

Kyoko Nagata, Kazuyo Kitaoka, Midori Kawamura,

This descriptive study used a qualitative inductive approach to investigate the subjective experiences and perceptions of people with schizophrenia living in the community during times of difficulty and how they coped. We conducted semi-structured interviews with nine community-dwelling people with schizophrenia and used the KJ method developed by Kawakita Jiro ... Read more >>

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Building and evaluating suicide attempt prediction models using risk factors.

Seol Bin Kim, Ihn Sook Jeong,

This study identified risk factors of suicide attempts for the purpose of building prediction models and evaluating their performance. The participants of this secondary data analysis study were 11 671 adults aged 19 years or older. The prediction models consisted of risk factors identified through multiple logistic regression analysis, and performance was ... Read more >>

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Operating room nurses' perceptions of the impact of surgical smoke and its countermeasures: A mixed-methods study.

Ha Na Moon, Boo Hyo Park, Sung Ok Chang,

Although surgical team members are exposed to surgical smoke, most do not fully recognize the hazards of such exposure during surgery. This study aimed to explore the perceptions of surgical smoke and its countermeasures in the operating room, specifically among nurses who have been exposed to surgical smoke for a ... Read more >>

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A call to action for an inclusive model of shared decision-making in healthcare.

Misae Ito, Masae Tsutsumi,

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Postgraduate nursing students' experiences of simulation training and reflection in end-of-life communication with intensive care patients and their families.

Elisabeth Lindberg, Isabell Fridh,

Losing a loved one in the intensive care unit relates to a risk of developing stress and complicated grief. Education in intensive care nursing should cover end-of-life care, and the use of simulation in nursing education is a powerful instrument to develop confidence in end-of-life care. The aim of this ... Read more >>

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Experience of patients with COVID-19 in hospital isolation in Taiwan.

Chun-Ting Hsiao, Jia-Jing Sun, Yi-Hsuan Chiang, Hsiu-Lien Chen, Tsui-Yao Liu,

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted everyone's lives, challenging us in ways that can be frustrating, daunting, and intensely emotive. This qualitative study explored the isolation experiences of patients with COVID-19 in a hospital in northern Taiwan. We collected data from nine patients in June-July 2020, conducting semi-structured, virtual face-to-face, ... Read more >>

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Psychological and work-related factors associated with emotional exhaustion among healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 outbreak in Italian hospitals.

Elena Fiabane, Paola Gabanelli, Maria Teresa La Rovere, Elena Tremoli, Caterina Pistarini, Alessandra Gorini,

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has induced considerable psychological distress in healthcare workers, increasing the risk of burnout. This research aimed to investigate sociodemographic, work-related, COVID-19-related, and psychological factors associated with emotional exhaustion (the core component of burnout) among healthcare professionals during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic ... Read more >>

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Determinants of transcultural self-efficacy among nurses in China: A cross-sectional study.

Ling Tong, Tong Tong, Jingping Wang, Yao Li, Ariko Noji,

In this cross-sectional study, we explored the current status and the correlates of self-perceived transcultural self-efficacy among nurses working in a tertiary hospital in Hangzhou, China. A total of 336 nurses (age range, 24-50 years) completed the Chinese version of the Transcultural Self-Efficacy Tool. The majority of respondents were female (94.64%), ... Read more >>

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Development of the Clinical Interpersonal Reactivity Index to evaluate nurses' empathy.

Yoshimi Aoki, Harumi Katayama,

We determined the validity and reliability of the Clinical Interpersonal Reactivity Index in a sample of Japanese nurses. Participants were registered nurses at national university hospitals and nursing researchers in Japan. A postal questionnaire was conducted. Construct validity was analyzed by exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis, and convergent validity demonstrated ... Read more >>

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Psychometric properties of the Kidney Disease Quality of Life-36 instrument: A systematic review using COSMIN methodology.

Şefika Tuğba Yangöz, Selma Turan Kavradim, Zeynep Özer, İlkay Boz,

The Kidney Disease Quality of Life-36 (KDQOL-36) is a multidimensional measure of the quality of life regarding physical and mental functions, kidney disease burden, symptoms and problems, and the effects of kidney disease on daily life, which is commonly used in clinical evaluations of patients with chronic kidney disease. We ... Read more >>

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Teacher-as-actor: Investigating the barriers and facilitators of patient education among hospitalized patients in a cardiology clinical unit.

Mary Boyde, Anthony Tuckett, Jerry Ty,

Patient education enables people with cardiovascular disease to develop self-management behaviors. This study aimed to explore facilitators and barriers to teaching patients in a clinical cardiology unit with a single site qualitative investigation involving 21 registered nurses attending four focus groups. This study identified barriers related to patient factors including ... Read more >>

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Conducting qualitative research in the new norms: Are we ready?

Nor'ain Abdul Rashid, Khuan Lee, Nurul Akma Jamil,

The COVID-19 pandemic has considerably hampered research practices, putting many research activities on hold. Researchers may experience difficulties arising from the unprecedented challenge, specifically during the data collection process. The main difficulties include delayed projects due to the movement control order imposed by the government. However, the advancement of information ... Read more >>

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Applying the Ottawa Charter to guide resilience-building programs for health care organizations.

Chiung-Jung Jo Wu, Florin I Oprescu,

Resilience is situated at the core of the World Health Organization European policy framework for health and well-being and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Resilience refers to how effectively a person, group, or system deals with and recovers from challenging situations. In this paper resilience refers to the capacity ... Read more >>

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Acute and chronic fatigue in nurses providing direct patient care and in non-direct care roles: A cross-sectional analysis.

Alyson Ross, Jeanne Geiger-Brown, Li Yang, Sharon Flynn, Robert Cox, Leslie Wehrlen, Lena J Lee,

Nurses are at risk for work-related fatigue, which can impact their health, well-being, and job readiness. The purpose of this study was to examine the levels, types, and factors associated with fatigue in registered nurses (RNs) in direct patient care (DCRNs) and in non-direct patient care (non-DCRNs) roles. A cross-sectional ... Read more >>

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Nurses' resilience in the face of coronavirus (COVID-19): An international view.

Soojung Jo, Sule Kurt, Jo Anne Bennett, Kala Mayer, Keenan A Pituch, Vicki Simpson, Jeanie Skibiski, Etsuko Takagi, Mehtap Metin Karaaslan, Bilgen Ozluk, Elizabeth Reifsnider,

The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to examine factors associated with nurses' resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Data were collected in the latter half of 2020 from 904 nurses across Japan, Republic of Korea, Republic of Turkey, and the United States. The questionnaire included the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale 10, ... Read more >>

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Exploring paramedicine student preferences using Holland's vocational theory: A cross-sectional study.

Pheona van Huizen, Rod Mason, Brett Williams,

Holland's RIASEC typology is a classification of vocational personality types and work environments. Having a predisposition for their vocation, in terms of a personality that is congruent to their work environment, may be protective for paramedics with regards to both their mental and physical health. The purpose of this study ... Read more >>

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Factors predicting coping in older people with dementia: A cross-sectional study.

Phanit Leecharoen, Linchong Pothiban, Rojanee Chintanawat, Totsaporn Khampolsiri,

Coping can buffer the effect of stress on well-being. Information about factors predicting coping is essential knowledge for developing programs to promote effective coping among older people with dementia and serves as basic knowledge for further study. A cross-sectional study design was employed to investigate the associated and predictive factors ... Read more >>

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Health science knowledge translation: Critical appraisal of online physical activity promotion material.

Jafrā D Thomas, Bradley J Cardinal,

Limited research exists on how often health behavior theory concepts, principles, and techniques are embedded in the design of material to promote physical activity and exercise, such as persuasive communications disseminated via the Internet. This cross-sectional study examined 139 web articles on physical activity and exercise. We assessed how often ... Read more >>

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Coping with chronic cardiovascular disease in Iran: A qualitative study.

Mozhgan Kalantarzadeh, Mousa Alavi, Hojatollah Yousefi, Jahangir Maghsoudi, Catherine Hungerford, Michelle Cleary,

The effects of chronic cardiovascular disease can challenge the achievement of treatment goals and recovery outcomes. This study explores the ways in which patients cope with the effects of chronic cardiovascular disease, from the perspectives of patients, family caregivers, and health professionals. The qualitative study was conducted from May 2019 ... Read more >>

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Nurses' response to the science of COVID-19 and variants.

Tracey McDonald,

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Resilience of frontline nurses during the COVID pandemic in China: A qualitative study.

Feifei Huang, Meilian Lin, Wenxiu Sun, Lin Zhang, Hongzhou Lu, Wei-Ti Chen,

The aim of this study was to describe the resilience of nurses who cared for patients with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis, as well as factors that potentially contributed to that resilience. A total of 23 frontline nurses who cared for patients with COVID-19 were recruited from a COVID-19-designated facility in ... Read more >>

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