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Nurse education and understanding related to domestic violence and abuse against women: An integrative review of the literature The aim of this study was to explore previous literature related to nurses understanding of Intimate partner violence (IPV) or domestic violence and abuse (DVA) against women and to identify the gaps in nursing education so as to use the findings as a baseline to inform potential intervention strategies, curriculum development and outline implications for future (...) nursing practice.An Integrative review of literature.Studies were extracted through a search of the electronic databases, such as Science direct, EBSCO host and PubMed, to identify relevant evidences published between January 2000-January 2017. "Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) tool" was used to review primary research studies.Seventeen empirical studies were analysed. Findings supported four themes including: educational and training experiences, identification of IPV/DVA, curriculum and communication
Systematic review methodology in graduate nursing education. 29521855 2019 11 07 2019 11 07 2202-4433 16 3 2018 03 JBI database of systematic reviews and implementation reports JBI Database System Rev Implement Rep Systematic review methodology in graduate nursing education. 587-588 10.11124/JBISRIR-2017-003704 Christian Robin R UMMC School of Nursing Evidence Based Practice and Research Team: a Joanna Briggs Institute Affiliated Group, Jackson, USA. Palokas Michelle M eng Journal Article (...) Systematic Review Australia JBI Database System Rev Implement Rep 101648258 2202-4433 IM Education, Nursing, Graduate methods standards Evidence-Based Nursing Humans Nursing Education Research 2018 3 10 6 0 2018 3 10 6 0 2019 11 8 6 0 ppublish 29521855 10.11124/JBISRIR-2017-003704 01938924-201803000-00001
Older nurses' experiences of providing direct care in hospital nursing units: a qualitative systematic review. Most developed countries throughout the world are experiencing an aging nursing workforce as their population ages. Older nurses often experience different challenges then their younger nurse counterparts. With the increase in older nurses relative to younger nurses potentially available to work in hospitals, it is important to understand the experience of older nurses on high paced (...) hospital nursing units. This understanding will lend knowledge to ways of lessening the loss of these highly skilled experienced workers and improve patient outcomes.To identify, evaluate and synthesize the existing qualitative evidence on older nurses' experiences of providing direct care to patients in hospital nursing units.The review considered studies which included registered nurses 45 years and over who work as direct caregivers in any type of in-patient hospital nursing unit. The phenomenon
Increasing undergraduate nursing studentsâ€™ cultural competence: an evaluation study Cultural competence has become increasingly important for Chinese health professionals because of internationalization and the opening up of China to overseas visitors and business as well as a growing awareness of the needs of minority groups within China. This study aimed to evaluate a workshop designed to improve cultural competence among Chinese undergraduate nursing students.A one-group pretest (...) and posttest design was applied. The intervention was a one-day workshop based on transformative learning theory using a variety of teaching strategies. Forty undergraduate nursing students from a university in Wuhan, China selected by convenient sampling received the intervention. Data were collected before the intervention (T1), immediately after the intervention (T2), and 1 month (T3) and 3 months (T4) following the intervention through the Chinese version of Cultural Competence Inventory for Nurses
Firstâ€line nurse managersâ€™ perceptions of the challenges involved in decisionâ€making when older patientsâ€™ wish to die The aim of this study was to explore first-line nurse managers' perceptions of the challenges involved in decision-making concerning older patients who wish to die.A descriptive qualitative design in three communities in Norway between January 2016 and June 2016.Qualitative focus group interviews with eight first-line nurse managers.One main theme and two themes were
Surgery nurses' telephone communication: a mixed methods study with a special focus on newcomers' calls The aim of this study was (i) to document the main features of surgery nurses' telephone calls, with a special focus on newcomers' calls; and (ii) to identify the main activities accomplished during the newcomers' calls.Mixed methods study.We audio recorded telephone calls internal to the hospital in two surgery nursing stations. We performed statistical descriptive analysis of the total (...) collection of calls and of those specifically involving the newcomers and compared both sets. We also performed conversation analysis-based coding of the main activities accomplished during newcomers' calls.Surgery nurses' telephone calls are extremely brief, predominantly nurse initiated and take place with a wide range of interlocutors who, for the most part, use mobile phones. The newcomers' calls are only slightly longer, take place with a more limited, but still wide, range of interlocutors
Establishing a culturally specific nursing home for Finnishâ€speaking older persons in Sweden: A case study The study aims to describe the establishment of a culturally specific nursing home for Finnish-speaking older persons in Sweden.A descriptive qualitative study.A descriptive case study based on a review of 14 public documents and individual interviews with two experts in the area, analysed with qualitative content analysis.This study found that shared language, preservation of customs (...) and habits and collaboration between the representatives of the municipality, Finnish-speaking migrant associations and staff at the nursing home influenced the development of the culturally specific nursing home for older Finnish-speaking people intended to avoid loneliness, isolation and misunderstandings among older Finnish-speaking. Collaboration between healthcare service for older persons and minority people resulted in an optimal culturally specific nursing home, simultaneously encountering
Job satisfaction and mental health of Palestinian nurses with shift work: a cross-sectional study. Shift work is associated with sleep disturbances, mental health problems, and job dissatisfaction. Disparities between male and female nurses in the effect of shift work on mental distress and job satisfaction have been scarcely studied. We aimed to examine differences between female and male nurses in the associations between shift work and job satisfaction and mental health.In this cross (...) -sectional study, male and female nurses were recruited to rate their job satisfaction on the Generic Job Satisfaction Scale and to complete the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-30). Associations between shift work, mental distress, and satisfaction were estimated from χ2 tests and linear regression analyses using Stata/IC10. The study was approved by the ministry of health. Written informed consent was provided by all participants.In 2012, we recruited 372 registered nurses from the Hebron governorate
Effectiveness of pain management educational interventions on nurses' knowledge and attitudes regarding postoperative pain management: a systematic review protocol. The objective of this review is to identify the effectiveness of pain management education programs (PMEPs) in improving the level of knowledge and the attitudes of nurses working in adult surgical departments and intensive care units on postoperative pain management.
Expert Recommendation Report on Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Practitioner Roles in the Delivery of Adult Cancer Services in Ontario | Cancer Care Ontario Google Tag Manager You are using an outdated browser. We suggest you update your browser for a better experience. for update. Browse Guidelines Browse Pathway Maps Sort by You are here / / Expert Recommendation Report on Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Practitioner Roles in the Delivery of Adult Cancer Services in Ontario Guidelines (...) & Advice Expert Recommendation Report on Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Practitioner Roles in the Delivery of Adult Cancer Services in Ontario Version: 1 Jan 2018 Type of Content: Guidelines & Advice, Evidence Summary Document Status: Current Authors: Ontario Oncology Advanced Practice Nursing Community of Practice, Cancer Care Ontario Guideline Objective The objective of this Expert Recommendation Report is to present expert panel recommendations on the use of APNs in the delivery of cancer
A randomized controlled trial of a nursing psychotherapeutic intervention for anxiety in adult psychiatric outpatients To evaluate the short-term efficacy of a psychotherapeutic intervention in nursing on Portuguese adult psychiatric outpatients with the nursing diagnosis "anxiety."Several efficacious forms of treatment for anxiety are available, including different forms of psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy. However, literature tends to favour findings from studies on the efficacy (...) of psychotherapies and therapies provided by nurses to the detriment of those arising from studies on the efficacy of nursing psychotherapeutic interventions (interventions which are classified, for instance, on Nursing Interventions Classification).Randomized controlled trial.The study was performed, between November 2016 - April 2017, at a psychiatry outpatient ward. Participants were randomly allocated to an intervention group (N = 29) or a treatment-as-usual control group (N = 31). Patients
Effects of a nurse-led transitional care programme on readmission, self-efficacy to implement health-promoting behaviours, functional status and life quality among Chinese patients with coronary artery disease: A randomised controlled trial To examine the effectiveness of a nurse-led transitional care programme on readmission, self-efficacy to implement health-promoting behaviours, functional status and life quality among Chinese patients with coronary artery disease.Coronary artery disease (...) is a major cause of mortality in China. Transitional care could help to ensure improved patient outcomes. Nevertheless, our knowledge of how to perform transitional care for patients with coronary artery disease is insufficient in mainland China.Randomised controlled trial.The nurse-led transitional care intervention in the experimental group adopted the Omaha system and Pender's health-promoting model as its frameworks. The control group received a comparable length routine care and follow-up contacts
Results of the First Steps study: a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of the Group Family Nurse Partnership (gFNP) programme compared with usual care in improving outcomes for high-risk mothers and their children and preventing abuse Results of the First Steps study: a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of the Group Family Nurse Partnership (gFNP) programme compared with usual care in improving outcomes for high-risk mothers and their children and preventing (...) abuse Results of the First Steps study: a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of the Group Family Nurse Partnership (gFNP) programme compared with usual care in improving outcomes for high-risk mothers and their children and preventing abuse Barnes J, Stuart J, Allen E, Petrou S, Sturgess J, Barlow J, Macdonald G, Spiby H, Aistrop D, Melhuish E, Kim S, Pink J, Datta J & Elbourne D Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from a member
Retracted: â€˜A crossâ€sectional qualitative analysis of the seeming split between nursing and midwifery professions in Ghana and the way forwardâ€™ by Michael Wombeogo The above article in Nursing Open, published online on 29th January, 2018 in Wiley Online Library (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/), has been retracted by agreement between the journal Editor in Chief, Dr. Roger Watson and John Wiley & Sons Ltd. The retraction has been agreed due to unattributed overlap with other published (...) material. The Editor-in-Chief carried out an investigation and concluded that there was no intention to deceive by the author. REFERENCE Wombeogo, M. (2018). A cross-sectional qualitative analysis of the seeming split between nursing and midwifery professions in Ghana and the way forward. Nursing Open, 00, 1-5. https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.125.
Nurse-Designed Care Models and Culture of Health: Review of Three Case Studies The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) recently made a commitment to advancing a national culture of health (COH)-an action framework developed by RWJF that focuses on well-being and equity with the goal of empowering and supporting people to lead healthier lives where they live, learn, work, and play, now and in generations to come. Nurses are well positioned to provide care that is consistent (...) with, and contributes to, a COH in their communities. RWJF contracted with the American Academy of Nursing (the Academy) with a subcontract to the RAND Corporation to explore the ways that innovative nurse-designed models of care are currently advancing a COH. This article presents findings from case studies of three nurse-designed care models that have been recognized as innovative by the Academy's Edge Runner program, which identifies nurses who have designed innovations to remedy challenges in the delivery
Working to Full Scope: The Reorganization of Nursing Work in Two Canadian Community Hospitals Work relationships between registered nurses (RNs) and practical nurses (LPNs) are changing as new models of nursing care delivery are introduced to create more flexibility for employers. In Canada, a team-based, hospital nursing care delivery model, known as Care Delivery Model Redesign (CDMR), redesigned a predominantly RN-based staffing model to a functional team consisting of fewer RNs and more (...) LPNs. The scope of practice for LPNs was expanded, and unregulated health care assistants introduced. This study began from the standpoint of RNs and LPNs to understand their experiences working on redesigned teams by focusing on discourses activated in social settings. Guided by institutional ethnography, the conceptual and textual resources nurses are drawing on to understand these changing work relationships are explicated. We show how the institutional goals embedded in CDMR not only mediate
The effectiveness of clinical teaching of mental health courses in nursing using clinical supervision and Kirkpatrickâ€™s model Clinical experience associated with the fear and anxiety of nursing students in the psychiatric unit. Mental health nursing instructors find it challenging to teach nursing students to deal with patients with mental disorders in an environment where they need to provide patient teaching and clinical decision-making based on evidence and new technology.To measure (...) the effectiveness of clinical teaching of mental health courses in nursing using clinical supervision and Kirkpatrick's model evaluation in the psychiatry unit of Imam Reza Hospital, Bojnurd, Iran.This cross-sectional study was carried out from 2011 to 2016 on 76 nursing students from a university as part of a clinical mental health course in two semesters. The students were selected by a non-probable convenient sampling method. After completing their clinical education, each student responded to checklist
12-Hour nursing shifts in critical care: A service evaluation The aim of this single-centre study was to investigate the impact of the introduction of 12-h critical care nursing shifts on healthcare provider and patient care outcomes. A single-centre, prospective service evaluation was completed over a two-year period, comparing the 8-h and 12-h shifts. Outcomes included number of clinical incidents, levels of burn-out, sick rates, personal injuries and training. There were no significant (...) differences between the clinical incidents, sickness rates, personal injuries and staff training between the two data collection periods. The results of the burn-out analysis demonstrate that emotional exhaustion and depersonalisation improved, from the 8-h to 12-h shifts (both p < 0.05). In conclusion, the results of this service evaluation have demonstrated that 12-h nursing shifts can be introduced safely into the critical care environment, without any detriment to patient or healthcare provider
Nurse experiences of medication administration to people with swallowing difficulties living in aged care facilities: a systematic review of qualitative evidence. To identify nurses' experiences of administering oral medications to residents of aged care facilities (ACFs) with swallowing difficulties.Administering medicines to older people with swallowing difficulties is a challenging task. Nurses frequently modify oral medications e.g. by crushing/splitting tablets or opening capsules (...) , to facilitate the administration process. These practices are associated with an increased risk of medication administration errors. However, the reasons for these practices from the nurse's perspective are not well understood.The review investigated studies on the experiences of nurses of any level with the responsibility of medication administration in ACFs in terms of problems and challenges they encountered when administering oral medicines to aged care residents with swallowing difficulties. Aged care