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accepted lecture

Abstract Bladder catheterization is one of the most frequent procedures performed in a hospital, which is utilized in medical conditions such as urinary retention (rooted in urinary obstruction caused by urinary stones, tumor, urethral stricture, benign prostatic...
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accepted lecture

Abstract Background The aim of this research was to analyze midwives’ job satisfaction and intention to leave in developing regions of Ethiopia. Methods A facility-based cross-sectional study was conducted amongst 107 midwives in four developing regions of Ethiopia....
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accepted lecture

Abstract Objectives: Confirm existence of COVID-19 outbreak, conduct contact tracing, and recommend control measures. Methods: Two COVID-19 cases in Sana’a Capital were met the WHO case definition. Data were collected from cases and contacts who were followed...
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accepted lecture

Abstract Nursing diagnoses constitute an essential step to the nursing process and a challenging goal in embedding them into clinical practice. Our aim was to explore registered nurses’ perceptions towards the implementation of nursing diagnoses in perioperative care...
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accepted lecture

ABSTRACT As the world population is aging rapidly, the U.S. is also experiencing considerable growth in its older population. More than 20% of the U.S. residents are expected to reach the age of 65 and older by 2030 due to the aging baby boomer population and the...
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Abstract The long-standing underachievement in the Indonesian national nursing competency examination (NNCE) has been a common concern, and there is limited information on the preparation program for this licensure examination. A quasi-experimental study was carried...
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Abstract: Parental mental health disorders are prevalent in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) despite prior history of mental health needs or not. The NICU itself is a risk factor for developing mental health needs, however, screening and treatments for parental...
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Abstract: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC, 2015) report calls for organizations to address the mental health gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians. The magnitude of lost caregiving roles for First Nations mothers in Saskatchewan, Canada was...
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Abstract Background Patient participation in healthcare is seen as a way of improving the quality of healthcare. Inviting patients to join the discussion about an adverse event at their own Morbidity and Mortality meeting (M&MM) is an innovative way to improve...
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Abstract Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are a major problem for nurses, despite the availability of robust research on preventive health and safety practices. Caregivers, including nurses, continue to be one of the categories of workers affected the...
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Abstract The objective of this communication is to examine the application of MSD prevention practices among nursing staff and to identify organizational factors that may or may not support their application. We measured the application of prevention practices and its...
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Abstract Provide a guided tour of a virtual simulation lab (VSL) showcasing the customizable robust simulations that furnished the backdrop for the VR pilot study: Purpose: Examine whether an educational intervention with a pilot Contemporary Immersive Virtual Reality...
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Abstract Experiencing persistent auditory hallucinations may contribute to unproductive struggle and interference with valued living among patients with schizophrenia. Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) represents a new generation of behavior therapies that...
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KEYNOTE

Abstract We have been using qualitative methods to study the phenomenology of healing; working with healers and their clients, health care professionals and the general public. Healing is an emergent property, a process of change for the better leading to greater...
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Abstract Introduction: The learning environment has many constructs involved and there is not a single ideal instrument that measures all of them. In Colombia, there are few publications on measuring the learning environment in clinical settings, most of them have...
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Abstract The unbalanced allocation of healthcare resources and the underutilization of primary care facilities are the core problems that restrict the current healthcare reforms in China. In order to encourage residents to go to primary care facilities, China...
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Abstract Purpose: Concerning the health policies in depopulated areas and the measures regarding elderly persons, the residents must perform activities themselves rather than being directed by the government. For example, residents may assist each other to evacuate...
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Abstract RecoverE is a multinational, multi-site project with as aim to implement community mental health teams in Croatia, Montenegro, Romania, Bulgaria and North Macedonia. Clinical staff were trained and are supported to form a mental health team offering ongoing...
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Abstract Objective: Caregiver burden is used frequently within the nursing literature. The purpose of this paper is to provide clarity surrounding the concept caregiver burden. Methods: An electronic search of MEDLINE, CINAHL, Health Source Nursing/Academic Edition...
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Abstract Gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST) represent rare malignancies of mesenchymal origin that can appear at any site of the gastrointestinal tract. Their classification, patient treatment and prognosis had been a source of controversy. The biology of these...
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Abstract Gender perspective is essential in order to evaluate strategies aimed to generate equal opportunities and innovate in coeducational methodologies, which are oriented to the elimination of sexist stereotypes that produce gender inequalities. Thus, the main aim...
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Abstract Purpose Access to genetic information has become easier. For residents to use genetic information for early detection and prevention of disease without discrimination and prejudice, knowledge of proper genetics is required. To date, public health nurse...
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Abstract Purpose: Students with intellectual, physical, and other disabilities attend special needs schools. Based on the assumption that in the event of a disaster students in a special needs school would not be able to go home, we checked the stockpiles of emergency...
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Abstract Objective: To investigate the status of job burnout and perceived organizational support of nurses under the two-child policy, and to explore their relationship. Methods: 445 nurses were investigated with Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and Nursing...
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Abstract Background and objective: Approximately 75% of diabetic patients in Saudi Arabia had poor glycaemic control. A high proportion of these patients will attend dental surgery clinics for treatment. Therefore, dentists should be well-prepared to control any...
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