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The hybrid education competence of educators in the social, healthcare, and health science fields: a cross-sectional study
The hybrid education competence of educators in the social, healthcare, and health science fields: a cross-sectional study
Available online 26 May 2024Author links open overlay panel, , , , , , , Highlights•Hybrid teaching enables students to le...
Effects of Midwifery and Nursing Students' Readiness about Medical Artificial Intelligence on Artificial Intelligence Anxiety
Effects of Midwifery and Nursing Students' Readiness about Medical Artificial Intelligence on Artificial Intelligence Anxiety
The Age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the current era, where AI technologies play an important and pervasive role in ...
After the Pandemic: Retaining the Lessons
After the Pandemic: Retaining the Lessons
Kathleen Ahern Gould, PhD,RN, is Editor in Chief, Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. Kathleen Ahern Gould, ...
Care of the Patient With an Artificial Airway
Care of the Patient With an Artificial Airway
Background Artificial airways are essential in various clinical settings to maintain a patient's
Skin Tears Preventable With a Gentle Approach: A Case Series
Skin Tears Preventable With a Gentle Approach: A Case Series
Skin tears are a major problem for patients and the health care professionals who treat them. Althou
Pediatric Research Abstracts
Pediatric Research Abstracts
Julie Lindsay, PhD, RN, is an assistant professor, St. David's School of Nursing, Texas State University. The...
ChatGPT and Humanization of Care: Return to the Beauty of Little Things
ChatGPT and Humanization of Care: Return to the Beauty of Little Things
Gian Domenico Giusti, RN, CCRN, MSN, is in Nurse Education, Teaching and Quality Department, Azienda Ospedaliera di...
Prevalence of social isolation in the elderly: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Prevalence of social isolation in the elderly: A systematic review and meta-analysis
The term ‘social isolation’ was first proposed by Berkman et al.,(2017).1 in their study on social relations and death rel...
A nursing note-aware deep neural network for predicting mortality risk after hospital discharge
A nursing note-aware deep neural network for predicting mortality risk after hospital discharge
BackgroundICU readmissions and post-discharge mortality pose significant challenges. Previous studies used EHRs and machin...
Sacred breath: Ohio nurses respond to COVID-19
Sacred breath: Ohio nurses respond to COVID-19
It cannot be overstated the tremendous level of stress and fatigue that nurses have faced in the last few years. From alar...
European educational practices for the critical care nursing profession – Let’s align for the future
European educational practices for the critical care nursing profession – Let’s align for the future
J.P. Cimiotti et al.Association of registered nurse staffing with mortality risk of medicare beneficiaries hospitalized wi...
An Exploration of Nurses’ Attitudes and Beliefs on Reporting Medication Errors
An Exploration of Nurses’ Attitudes and Beliefs on Reporting Medication Errors
Background: Medication errors in health care are prevalent. Nurses play an important role in repo
Reducing Patient’s Refusal of Anticoagulant Medication to Decrease Venous Thromboembolism Risk
Reducing Patient’s Refusal of Anticoagulant Medication to Decrease Venous Thromboembolism Risk
Surgical Division, Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina. Correspondence: Suzan...
Code Crimson: A Postpartum Hemorrhage Bundled Intervention Quality Improvement Project
Code Crimson: A Postpartum Hemorrhage Bundled Intervention Quality Improvement Project
Background: Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is a leading cause of maternity mortality in the United S
Thriving Through Calamity: Healthcare Worker Commitment During a Public Health Crisis
Thriving Through Calamity: Healthcare Worker Commitment During a Public Health Crisis
OBJECTIVE The study purpose was to generate theory to explain why some hospital staff chose to st
A Call for Nurses to Become Media Competent: An Interview With Barbara Glickstein
A Call for Nurses to Become Media Competent: An Interview With Barbara Glickstein
In this column, Barbara Glickstein, a public health nurse, health reporter, and media strategist, sh