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Nurses’ perceptions of night shifts: A qualitative study
In the context of the global shortage of nurses, how hospitals can best use nurses to provide quality patient care is a ma...
The positives, the challenges and the impact; an exploration of early career nurses experiences in the Emergency Department
Volume 64, September 2022, 101196Highlights•Nurses are drawn to work in ED because of teamwork, variety and learning.•Work...
Auditing the status of prioritization of nursing actions in the trauma emergency department
Trauma is one of the leading causes of death and disability in developed and developing countries. it is estimated that 10...
Management of gestational supraventricular tachycardia with a ‘modified’ modified Valsalva manoeuvre
Volume 64, September 2022, 101201AbstractA 36 year old woman with chest pain and palpitations at 34 weeks gestation (gravi...
Assessment and care of individuals at risk of suicide in Emergency Department: The SecUrgence protocol
Volume 64, September 2022, 101199AbstractAlmost half (48,5%) of all individuals who die by suicide visited the Emergency D...
Outcomes of evidence-based modified sepsis protocol in an emergency department in Tanzania
Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that could lead to multi-organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), prolonged hospitalizati...
Determination of the triage skill and knowledge levels of prehospital emergency medical staff: A cross-sectional study
As a result of changes in the healthcare system and their redefined role, the nurses in emergency department or unit plays...
Quality emergency care (QEC) in resource limited settings: A concept analysis
This analysis aims to understand the concept of Quality Emergency Care (QEC) and its provision to patients with life-threa...
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Systematic review of interruptions in the emergency department work environment
Interruptions interfere with productivity and efficiency. Moreover, interruptions are linked to serious errors in complex ...
The nature and pre-disposing factors of workplace violence: A qualitative study of how violence is experienced by ED personnel
Workplace violence (WPV) is a significant healthcare concern worldwide [1]. Violence in health care systems mainly occurs ...
Ambulance nurses’ experiences of using prehospital guidelines for patients with acute chest pain - A qualitative study
Volume 63, July 2022, 101195Highlights•Understanding one’s role and the collaboration in the chain of care prompted ambula...
Predictors of Emergency Department service outcome for people brought in by police: A retrospective cohort study
Volume 63, July 2022, 101188AbstractBackgroundPeople brought in by police (BIBP) to the emergency department (ED) can pres...
Influence of empathy and professional values on ethical decision-making of emergency nurses: A cross sectional study
In a dynamic health care environment where advanced technology intersects with patient acuity and limited resources, nurse...
Saudi female paramedics’ perceptions of challenges in the workplace: A qualitative study
Paramedics are often the first point of contact in pre-hospital settings. They respond to emergency calls and are trained ...
How help-seeking behaviors help reduce emergency nurses' stress?
Unpredictable and challenging circumstances make the nursing profession extremely demanding and stressful [1], [2]. A surv...
Can a targeted educational approach improve situational awareness in paramedicine during 911 emergency calls?
Volume 63, July 2022, 101174Highlights•The situational awareness of paramedics was measured in real-time during 911 calls ...
The end-of-life care practices of emergency care nurses and the factors that influence these practices: An integrative review
Volume 63, July 2022, 101168Highlights•The integrative review identified specific end-of-life care practices of emergency ...
Parental support needs during pediatric resuscitation: A systematic review
Volume 63, July 2022, 101173Highlights•To meet parents’ needs surrounding their child resuscitation, it is important to re...
“I love the job…” Thriving in nursing: A qualitative interview study with framework analysis
Volume 62, May 2022, 101172Highlights•What is known:•Burnout is a prominent part of the emergency nursing conversation.•Th...