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Yi-Fan Tang, Xin-Yu Hu, Jing Zhao, Ze-Juan Gu, Shuang-Shuang Xing and Wei-Yun Wang

2016, European Dermatological Forum (EDF) released a new guideline on the management of venous leg ulcers, which was based on the already existing EDF guideline on venous leg ulcers (2006). 7 The treatments mentioned in the guideline were based on evidence in order to support the daily practice, including compression therapy, treatment of wounds, invasive treatment, oral medication, and after treatment lifestyle. However, nursing interventions or treatments described in the existing guidelines are not superexcellent, which are all from a certain way to guide

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Daniela Pătru, Silviu Daniel Preda, Agnesa Pcela, Călin Alexandru Voiculescu, Simona Dionisie and Maria Moța

. Relationship between socioeconomic status and type 2 diabetes: results from Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES) 2010-2012. BMJ Open 2014: 4. 7. Manea M. Nevoile fundamentale ale ființei umane. În: Bazele Științifice ale Nursingului. Manea M (Ed). Editura ALMA, Craiova, pp 45- 48, 2008. 8. NANDA-I. Definiții și Clasificări. În: Diagnostice de Nursing, NANDA-I. Editura Ex Ponto, Constanta, 2008. 9. Campbell A, Sullivan E. Diabetes Education Process. In: Contemporary Diabetes: Educating your Patient

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Markéta Babičová and Ingrid Nagyová

-80-7464-306-4. JEŘÁBEK, Ondřej and Martin BÍLEK. Teorie a praxe tvorby didaktických testů. Olomouc: Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci, 2010 LAHTI, Mari, Heli HÄTÖNEN and Maritta VÄLIMÄKI. Impact of e-learning on nurses’ and student nurses knowledge, skills, and satisfaction. International Journal of Nursing Studies [online]. 2014, roč. 51, č. 1, s. 136-149 [cit. 2015-03-23]. Available from: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2012.12.017. LAMONT, Scott and Scott BRUNERO. ‘eSimulation’ Part 2: Evaluation of an interactive multimedia mental health education program for

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Xiao-Jing Guo, Li-Li Wei, Xin-Hui Li, Ning- Ning Yu, Shao-Bo Gao, Dong-Yan Qin, Fu-Mei Chu and Kun Li

two groups according to admission time: 50 cases were treated with vibration expectoration vest, and 50 cases were treated with respiratory training apparatus. 2.2 Methods 2.2.1 Intervention method 2.2.1.1 Basic nursing Patients of both the groups received routine nursing in Department of Thoracic Surgery. The following were done before treatment: nurses in charge did the skin preparation for patients; informed the precautions of surgery and basic process during and after the operation in detail to the patients; patients with habits of smoking and drinking

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Xi Tan, Jin-Lian Cheng and Yu-Jiao Li

0.0426. In the map, larger nodes suggest the higher co-occurrence frequency of a given keyword and also indicate that the study objective of the literature associated with the keyword is a hotspot of clinical nursing research. From the map, it can be found that a total of 46 keywords appear 20 or more times. “Quality of life” has the highest frequency, with 273 occurrences. Keywords with occurrence frequencies of more than 100 times include “quality of life”, “nursing intervention”, “health education”, “influencing factor”, “diabetes”, “the elderly”, “stroke

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Tomáš Turzák and Jana Turzáková

. International Psychogeriatrics , 19 (05), 818-841. Lintern, T., Woods, B. and Phair, L. (2000). Before and after training: a case study of intervention. Journal of Dementia Care, 8, 15–17. McCallion, P., Toseland, R. W., Lacey, D., & Banks, S. (1999). Educating nursing assistants to communicate more effectively with nursing home residents with dementia. The Gerontologist , 39 (5), 546-558. Ripich, D. N., Wykle, M. A. Y., & Niles, S. (1995). Alzheimer's disease caregivers: The FOCUSED program: A communication skills training program helps nursing

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Xu Zhang, Di Sun and Gui-Chun Jiang

deficiencies among various studies, which leads to limited guidance on clinical practice. Therefore, the purpose of this study was tantamount to systematically evaluate the existing holistic nursing interventions of CAR-T cell immunotherapy and to add new insights that would provide a reference for clinical nursing efforts. 2 Methods 2.1 Literature search and selection A literature search for “CD19-specific chimeric antigen receptor,” “CAR19 protein,” “chimericantigen receptor T-Cell,” “chimeric antigen receptor T cell immunotherapy,” “CAR-T,” “CART cell,” “care

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Patrícia Alves, M. Lima-Basto and Célia Simão Oliveira

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This article presents the experience of the researcher during the exploratory study, within the scope of her research in a qualitative paradigm, using the Grounded Theory as a methodological approach, which aims to understand the process of nursing care to the end-of-life patient in the performing activity of living eating and drinking. While structuring the research project, it became important to explore the field of data collection (hospice care unit of a hospital in the Lisbon region) in order to achieve a contact with the reality (represented by the actors), allowing an overview and approximation of the phenomenon under study, the break with the investigator's prentices and the modification of these ideas as well as the construction of the researcher's acceptance by the actors (potential participants), and the decision making during the research course. The sharing of this experience as well as the critical reflections presented here, enabled the researcher to review the difficulties encountered and the strategies used to overcome them, to become aware of the lessons learned and to consolidate them. It is also hoped that the sharing of this experience will help other researchers in their path, allow them to perceive that the mishaps / difficulties of the course they are carrying out are common, that a lot of critical reflection is needed on this trajectory, eventually finding strategies for the problems they might face.

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Ya-Qian Liu, Yu-Feng Li, Meng-Jie Lei, Peng-Xi Liu, Julie Theobald, Li-Na Meng, Ting-Ting Liu, Chun-Mei Zhang and Chang-De Jin

-directed learning. A Chinese study 9 compared the “FC” teaching model design with traditional teaching models in the application of basic nursing scenarios through a non-random concurrent controlled trial. The result suggested that the “FC” teaching model could help nursing undergraduates promote self-learning ability. However, apparent inconsistency still remains. An experimental and comparative study conducted by Jahromi et al. showed insignificant differences between intervention and control groups. 8 Tian also showed no significant increase in self-learning ability in the