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The voice of paediatric oncology nurses: A longitudinal diary study of professional development
Purpose There is a limited amount of studies with results on professional development of paediatric oncology nurses. This study seeks to increase the understanding of the factors associated with the professional development ...
Nursing research priorities based on CINAHL database: a scoping review
(John Wiley & Sons, 2020)
Aim To analyse nursing research based on the CINAHL database to identify research priorities for nursing. Design A scoping literature review was conducted. The CINAHL Plus (EBSCO) Full Text was searched between ...
Utilizing games in the co-production of mental health services
(Sosiaali- ja terveyshuollon tietojenkäsittely-yhdistys, 2020)
This study analyses the application of a co-production approach in utilizing digital games and game-related methods in mental health services. The goal is to offer a real-world experiment on co-production, focusing on ...
Report of recommended national working programmes for nursing research disciplines in the Republic of Kazakhstan
(JAMK University of Applied Sciences, 2020)
Work package 2.3 of the ProInCa project concentrates on providing support for building the capacity for nursing research in medical universities and health facilities. The work has been done in co-operation between the ...
Report on recommendations to Medical Universities for creation of nursing research agenda
(Jyväskylän ammattikorkeakoulu, 2019)
nettiVerkkari - elämäntapamuutos verkkovalmennuksella : pilottiryhmänä ylipainoiset nuoret perheineen
(Jyväskylän ammattikorkeakoulu, 2014)
Lasten ja nuorten ylipaino lisääntyy hälyttävästi eri puolilla maailmaa. Tämän vuoksi terveydenhuollossa käytettäviä ylipainon ehkäisymenetelmiä ja toimintamalleja on kehitettävä aktiivisesti. Uusia menetelmiä on myös ...
Families in Paediatric Oncology Nursing: Critical Incidents From the Nurses' Perspective
PURPOSE: Paediatric oncology nurses encounter challenges with families on a daily basis. This study explores how nurses describe significant incidents when encountering families and family members during the child’s ...
Mental health service users’ and professionals’ relationship with games and gaming
(Sage Publishing, 2018)
Background: Games and elements of gamification can be utilized in mental healthcare to provide customized interventions for the service users. However, very little evidence exists as to what kind of experiences service ...
Advantages and Limitations of E-Learning in Master’s Level Healthcare Education: A Reflective Discussion Paper
(SOAJ Scientific Open Access Journals, 2017)
The current paper is a reflective discussion report that describes the advantages and limitations of online teaching and learning at master’s level healthcare education from the teachers’ point of view. The aim is to open ...
Human rights education for nurses: An example from Finland
(Sciedu Press, 2018)
Background and objective: Nurses deal with complex human rights issues arising from difficult situations and ethical dilemmas involving patients, relatives, and health care professionals. Human rights education can enable ...