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Cultural context of nursing in the field of outpatient healthcare in Serbia

REFERENCES 1. Stanisavlјević S, Kekuš D. Teacher of nursing care in the process of multicultural education - role and competence. In: Matijević M, Majkihar M, Pejović D, editors. Proceedings of the 5th International Scientific Conference on career development for teaching, practice and research in nursing “Developing a focus for nursing through better understanding and implementation of safety, productivity and quality improvement”. Beograd, Srbija: Udruženje medicinskih sestara-tehničara Kliničkog centra Srbije “Sestrinstvo”; 2011. p.123-128. Available

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The status quo and prospect of transfer and shift in patients receiving hemodialysis in China

patient’s medical record must be carried out. The transfer process should be regulated, the incidence of adverse events in transport and transfer should be reduced, and the safety and quality of transport should be ensured. Wang et al. 28 through the analysis of the safety problems existing between the hemodialysis room and the sick areas in the last few years of the undergraduate room designed a succinct, easy-to-fill handover record and promoted the quality improvement of the weak link during the handover process. The dialysis record list of researcher is grouped

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Critical emancipatory reflection on a practice-based issue in relation to nurses’ communicative role with unsatisfied clients in Chinese hospitals

crucial values in my life. Historically, these values came from my family and work experience. I am the eldest in the family. When I was young, I used to take care of my younger sisters and, therefore, I developed a sense of sharing and respect for one another. Moreover, I have been working in a big-scale hospital for 16 years, and I became a nursing specialist and the manager of ICU in 2009. I am a respected member of the health-care team, especially the nurses, who often seek my assistance in solving complex clinical problems. According to the Quality Improvement

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Management of early mobilization in intensive care units: a multicenter cross-sectional study

M Spiva L Hallen C Early mobility in the intensive care unit: a community hospital’s experience Crit Care Nurse 2015 115 49 – 58 40 Harris C, Shahid S. Physical therapy-driven quality improvement to promote early mobility in the intensive care unit. Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent) 2014;27:203-207. 10.1080/08998280.2014.11929108 Harris C Shahid S Physical therapy-driven quality improvement to promote early mobility in the intensive care unit Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent) 2014 27 203 – 207 41 Matthews H, Clark D, Lowman J, Sheils K. Early

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Holistic treatment of the patient in palliative care – The nurses view

-based palliative care patients: Development and evaluation of a service quality improvement. Palliative Medicine. 2013; 27(6):562-70. doi: 10.1177/0269216312464262. 14. Hendrichova I, Castelli M, Mastroianni C, et al. Pressure ulcers in cancer palliative care patients. Palliative Medicine. 2010; 24(7):669-73. doi: 10.1177/0269216310376119. 15. Maida V, Ennis M, Kuziemsky C, Corban J. Wounds and survival in noncancer patients. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2010; 13(4):453-9. doi: 10.1089/jpm.2009.0260 16. Holmes S. Principles

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Nurses’ knowledge of the medication management at intensive care units

pharmacology knowledge in medication management by final year undergraduate nursing students. Contemporary Nurse. 2008; 1(30): 12-19. 45. Wright K. A written assessment is an invalid test of numeracy skills. Britiah Journal of Nursing. 2007; 16(13). 46. Wright K. Drug calculations part 1: a critique of the formula used by nurses. Nursing Standard. 2008; 22(36): 42-44. 47. Wright K. Drug calculations part 2: alternative strategies to the formula. Nursing Standard. 2008; 22(37): 42-44. 48. Wang H-f, Jin J-f, Feng X-q, et al. Quality improvements in

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Obstacles in employing evidence-based practice by nurses in their clinical settings: a descriptive study

Brand J Nurses’ perceptions of the implementation of evidence-based practice in clinical settings Thesis dissertation. College of Applied Sciences and Technology Ball State University 2013 11 Solomons NM, Spross JA. Evidence-based practice barriers and facilitators from a continuous quality improvement perspective: an integrative review. J Nurs Manage. 2011; 19:109-120. 10.1111/j.1365-2834.2010.01144.x Solomons NM Spross JA Evidence-based practice barriers and facilitators from a continuous quality improvement perspective: an integrative review J

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Early mobilization for mechanically ventilated patients in the intensive care unit: a systematic review and meta-analysis

effectivity, a standard program including an interprofessional team is required. 40 Currently, a reproducible treatment strategy—the ICU EM quality improvement project—has been expanded and implemented across the three institutions where the plan-do-study-act model was applied; 41 the project will encourage widespread adoption of EM. The third one is staffing, considering that the majority of nurses and physical therapists thought that EM therapy increased work stress and prolonged work time, 42 an interprofessional team composed of physician, full-time physical

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A review of clinical reasoning in nursing education: based on high-fidelity simulation teaching method

. This article mainly reviews the research progress of the clinical reasoning based on HFS in nursing education in recent years to provide suggestions for developing nursing education and strategies for nursing quality improvement. 2 HFS teaching method in nursing education 2.1 HFS teaching method in nursing education abroad Simulations have long been used to promote learning in the health care professions and provide a safe, acceptable environment for practicing skills. 8 The use of all forms of simulation will be an essential element of the nursing education

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Original article. Nurse-controlled analgesia for postoperative pain in pediatric patients: effects on nurses’ attitudes and patient care

JM, Gold JI, Logsdon TR, Bird TM, Anand KJS. Assessing postoperative pain in neonates: a multicenter observational study. Pediatrics. 2006; 118: e992-e1000. 13. Price M, Fitzgerald L, Kinsman L. Quality improvement: the divergent views of managers and clinicians. J Nurs Manag. 2007; 15:43-50.

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