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Journal of Advanced Practices in Nursing

ISSN: 2573-0347

Open Access

Volume 6, Issue 3 (2021)

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Investigating the Pedagogical Design Features of the Flipped Classroom in Undergraduate Nursing Education: A Systematic Review

Aditya Veer*

DOI: 10.37421/2573-0347.2021.6.188

In recent years, technological advancement has enabled the use of blended learning approaches, including flipped classrooms. Flipped classrooms promote higher-order knowledge application - a key component of nursing education. This systematic review aims to evaluate the empirical evidence and refereed literature pertaining to the development, application and effectiveness of flipped classrooms in reference to undergraduate nursing education.

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Stress and Health in Nursing Students, the Nurse Engagement and Wellness Study

Prashanth Shukla*

DOI: 10.37421/2573-0347.2021.6.189

The choice to standardize a patient with dementia is imtricatte and depends on quite and parental figure attributes and the social culture setting of pateints and guardians 

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Health Communication Research for Nursing Science and Practice

Chandra Mouli*

DOI: 10.37421/2573-0347.2021.6.190

Wellbeing and disease influence personal satisfaction, making wellbeing correspondence basic on the grounds that a lot is on the line. However, the cozy and here and there overpowering nature of wellbeing concerns can make speaking with medical caretakers and other medical services suppliers very challenging

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Training of Nursing Staff on Feeding Role

Kedar Phadke

DOI: 10.37421/2573-0347.2021.6.191

Nursing patients with SCI is a difficult job both actually and inwardly. Medical caretakers who decide to work in this field should be committed and energetic about the comprehensive consideration they give to these oÑ?en exceptionally actually subordinate people. Thus, information on care needs and results is so vital as the medical attendants are assisting this individual with starting the remainder of his/her existence with a body that presently works dL Ù´ Ù?erently.

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Violence against Nurses: A Reflection Paper

Mohammad Salem*

DOI: 10.37421/2573-0347.2021.6.192

This paper provides my reflection and examination of a typical incidence that elucidates the challenge of violence against nurses and physicians in the healthcare facilities. Literature records that nurses often come to contact with the outsiders of the cl inic and are at high chances of meeting violence. Hence, it is significant to learn from the past event through a reflection on practice. In my case, I encountered a violence case when I tried to intervene in a case when one of the patient’s visitors came to disagreement with the nurse on duty on how to position a comatose patient. Accordingly, the narrative presented in this article shows my reflection on practice within the confines and guidelines of Gibbs’ model of reflection on practice that runs from the narrative of the event, what was bad, what was good, an evaluation of the event and the action plan. Nevertheless, I noticed that such challenges as violence are inescapable and that I need to inculcate a sober mind and think within the professional boundaries.

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