Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

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    Review Article Pages: 1 - 3

    Unexpressed grief in the families of patients deceased by covid-19 in iran: consideration for health care providers

    Mohammad Ali Yadegary, Ali Aghajanloo, Nahid Dehghan Nayeri

    The severity of grief is subject to the individual's experience of loss, the age of the deceased, and the condition of death of the loved one. The peace of survivors is possible provided that there is an appropriate understanding of the death circumstance. This issue is completely related to the context and is influenced by the associated culture in societies. Unexpected death without burial and mourning ceremonies due to the prevalence of COVID-19 has affected typical grief process in the family of the deceased. Negative and painful emotions must be resolved by the human psyche, otherwise the condition for unexpressed grief will be provided. The challenges of the pandemic crisis ought to be acknowledged as an inevitable part of human life, and our goals and programs should be practical and tangible to alleviate the psychological pain and burden imposed on the survivors. Pertinacity against inevitable issues such as death and resistance to attain inner peace and happiness in life are not signs of love and affection for the deceased. In addition, the principle of physical distancing should be replaced by social distancing.

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    Prevalence of Tobacco Smoking and Associated Factors among High Students at Misha District, Southern Ethiopia

    Tilahun Ermeko, Abate Lette, Yonas Lamore, Yohannes Kebede

    Globally, tobacco smoking has a great health impact among youths especially in developing countries. There is limited data on the smoking habits of high school students in developing countries. Smoking behavior in high school students is increasing and it has a significant effect on smoking practice of the future generations. The aim of this study was assessed of prevalence of tobacco smoking and associated factors among high school students Misha district, southern Ethiopia.: The aim of this study was to assess prevalence of tobacco smoking and associated factors among high school students in Misha district southern Ethiopia; moreover, it will furnish important directions for intervention and prevention of smoking among the students in high schools in Misha district.

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    Risk Factors for Congestive Heart Failure

    Christopher A Rolle

    I am a 4th year nursing student at the University of The Bahamas’ School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions. I am presently
    completing course requirements for the course Nursing Research being Moxey-Adderley. I am also qualified to undertake this study
    because the University of The Bahamas also has its own ethics committee and institutional review board (IRB). While doing the required
    clinical rotations to complete my studies, I have noted a particular phenomenon among the patients I have screen over the last two years.
    There appears to be an increase in the incidents of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) along with concomitant risk factors. Therefore, the aim of
    this study is to examine and determine to what extent this phenomenon occurs and the various impacts on Bahamian national life.
    I shall be looking at independent variables (IV’s) of diabetes, Hypertension (HTN), and end-stage renal disease also known as Chronic
    Kidney Disease (CKD) or locally referred to as kidney failure. The dependent variable for the study is Congestive Heart Failure (CHF). It is
    hoped that the data gathered will serve to not only give a clearer picture of the rising phenomenon, but also will be used to facilitate some
    breakthrough ideas that will promote improved positive patient outcomes in terms of overall prognoses and activities of daily living.
    Nursing students at the University of The Bahamas will form the population group via convenience sampling and snowballing techniques
    due to time constraints and lack of funding.

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    Future Career Intent of Budding Nurses: A Cross Sectional Descriptive Study in Northern India

    Maneesh Sharma

    Over the past 100 years, the nursing profession has seen tremendous changes in its growth in India and the established
    organizational bodies such as Indian Nursing Council, Trained nurse association of India has a huge role to bring about this change
    after their foundation in the year 1908 and 1947. Nursing profession kept on developing and in the course of recent years, the demeanor of the
    general public towards it has been changed to some extent.1 Globally, there are 19.3 million nurses and midwives according to the
    WHO's World Health Statistics Report 2011 and the figures reveals that in the shortage of the health workers globally, nurses reflects more than
    50% of shortage currently which can be seen on a large scale in South East Asia and Africa2. According to INC, total no. of nursing
    educational institutions, as on 31st March 2018 are 8,770 (among which ANM 1909, GNM 3215, B.Sc. Nursing 1936, PB B.Sc. Nursing 775,
    P.B.D.P 292, M.Sc. Nursing 643 institutions). At present, in State Uttarakhand 87 nursing colleges are recognized by INC among which 20 are
    B.Sc. Nursing, 8 are M.Sc. Nursing,7 are Post basic B.Sc. Nursing,29 are GNM, 21are ANM and 2 are of P.B.D.P.3

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    The Cope up Effect: The Effect of Workplace Incivility on Organizational Deviance through the Work Exhaustion with the Moderating Role of Personal Spirituality

    Uncivil interactions â?¢ Work exhaustion â?¢ Organizational deviance â?¢ Personal spirituality â?¢ Nurses â?¢ Healthcare â?¢ Quantitative analysis

    Background: Nurses are the indispensable part of any emergency ward of healthcare due to their effective intervention towards patient-care;
    which is directly related to the performance of healthcare organizations. Pakistani Nurses are facing serious challenges due to the
    lack of respect in the society for this profession and harming behavior of patients and fellow employees. This treatment threatens their
    well-being and invokes their deviant behavior at workplace. However, the existence of personal spirituality among nurses suppresses the
    impact of negative events experienced by them as well as it play as intervention to diminish the deviant acts.

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    The Prevalence and Perception of Computer Vision Syndrome among Engineering Students

    Neema P J

    In present era, computer became a part of life and prolonged exposure to computer screen can put a real strain on our eyes and disturbance in musculoskeletal system. This is called “computer vision syndrome.” Objectives: To assess the prevalence and level of perception of computer vision syndrome among engineering students, to find the association between prevalence of computer vision syndrome among engineering students and selected demographic variables and find the association between perception regarding computer vision syndrome among engineering students and selected demographic variables. Methodology: The study covered 100 computer science engineering student from AISAT Engineering College, Ernakulam. Data was collected using g a checklist and Likert scale. Results: Prevalence of computer vision syndrome was 77%. Out of 100 sample, 89% of sample had poor perception and 11% had good perception regarding computer vision syndrome. There was an association between prevalence of computer vision syndrome among engineering students and selected demographic variables like year of and type of device used and there was no significant association between perception regarding computer vision syndrome among engineering students and selected demographic variables. Conclusion: computer vision syndrome was found to be very frequent among the computer science students, which emphasizes the need to adopt some preventive measures to avoid the conditions.

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    Family Centered Care in the Critical Care: Voices of Family Members

    Isabel Coetzee*

    Critically ill patients and their family members experience the critical care unit as an extremely stressful environment. Patients admitted to critical care units are members of a wider patient-family network that functions as a small social network. Family-centered care (FCC) has been described as a partnership approach to health care decision-making. As a philosophy of care, FCC, and the related term patient-centered care (PCC), have been recognized by multiple medical societies, health care systems, state and federal legislative bodies, the Institute of Medicine, and Healthy People 2020 as integral to patient health, satisfaction, and health care quality.

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    Pharmacology Summative Assessments in the AAS Nursing Curriculum

    Yolanda Harper-Morris, RN, DNP

    The City of Chicago Associate Applied Science (AAS) nursing program curriculum does not offer a pharmacology course. In preparation for student’s success on the National Council Licensure Examination Registered Nurse exam (NCLEX-RN), nursing faculty adopted web-based pharmacology contents, to provide additional support and to assist students in learning the concepts of pharmacology throughout the curriculum. At the end of the two-year program, the student’s knowledge of pharmacology was assessed by administering two examinations: ATI-RN Pharmacology exam and ATI RN Comprehensive Predictor exam. If the students are passing the ATI Comprehensive Predictor exam which incorporates pharmacology, is it necessary to administer the additional ATI RN Pharmacology examination.

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    Florence Nightingale-Pioneer in Research & Statistics in Nursing

    AM Bulathwatta

    The Character Sarah Camilton in this story is fictitious and bears no resemblance to anyone.The famous nurse theorist, Dr.Sarah Camilton was invited to address the student nurses in Sri Lanka at the celebration of International nurses’ day on 1930.she was a member of the team of nurses sent to the Crimea during the year 1854.She had delivered her speech as a story which included Florence Nightingale’s research and statistical works.

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    Home Based Management of Diarrhea And Associated Factors Among Mothers/Care Givers Who Have Under Five Children At Grinch Town, West Shawna, Ethiopia

    Gemechu Terefe, Gadisa Bekele

    Background: Diarrhea remains the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in children under 5 years old worldwide. Worldwide, the majority of deaths related to diarrhea take place in Africa and South Asia. The aim of the study was designed to assess practice of mothers towards management of diarrhea for children less than five years and associated factors. Methods: A community-based cross-sectional study involving 335 mothers/care givers was conducted in Grinch town. The sample size was calculated using a single proportion formal method, and the study participants were selected using a systematic sampling method. For analysis, the collected data was entered into Epi-data (version 3.5.1) and exported to SPSS 23.0. There were descriptive analyses carried out. To find predictors, bearable and multivariable logistic regression was used. Result: The study had a total of 326 participants, with a 97.3 percent response rate. According to the report, 193 people (59 percent) have good practices for dealing with diarrhea in children under the age of five. and 181 (56%) stated that they should properly prepare ORS for their children when they are suffering from diarrhea. High school attendance and attending elementary school were predictors of under five diarrhea management. Conclusion: majority of the respondents had good practice toward management of diarrhea. . Mothers' educational status, being mothers in relationship and income were found to be predictors of diarrhea management. As a result, health education and awareness programs for mothers and caregivers on diarrhea control, proper use of ORS, home-based fluid preparation, and diarrhea prevention are critical.

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      Patients with Type 2 DM and Hypertension

      Brandy Holder

      Patients that have type 2 diabetes mellitus have a great risk of having several comorbidities. These include hypertension, coronary artery disease, stroke, obesity, hyperlipidemia, chronic kidney disease and neuropathy, along with many others. On average 1 in 5 Americans or 22.5% has heart disease. According to the American Heart Association, that is expected to rise to 45.1% by 2035. According to the CDC, 30.3 million Americans have diabetes. Only 23.1 million of those have been diagnosed and are being treated. An estimate 33.9% of Americans 18 years and older have prediabetes.

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