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International Journal of Nursing Studies
Kunming Cheng, Zaijie Sun, Chengliang Yin, Haiyang Wu
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May 4, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Yinyan Gao, Zixuan Zhang, Jinlu Song, Ting Gan, Yali Lin, Mingyue Hu, Irene Xinyin Wu
BACKGROUND: The associations of combined healthy lifestyle behaviours and incident dementia have not been systematically reviewed and the dose-response relationship was uncertain. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the associations of combined healthy lifestyle behaviours with incident dementia and other cognitive outcomes, assess the dose-response relationship between the number of lifestyle behaviours and incident dementia, and summarise the adherence to healthy lifestyle behaviours...
May 3, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Clémence Coupat, Emilie Allard
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May 3, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Mian Zhou, Shan Dong, Jinghui Zhang, Yuping Liu, Liuliu Zhang, Junxia Xu, Ying Yang, Yulan He, Kaiping Wu, Yuan Yuan, Wenqin Lin, Wenxia Bian, Juan Li, Chunli Chen, Youhua Xue, Tingting Tao, Yubiao Kang, Lulu Sun, Ling Yuan, Cuirong Xu
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April 29, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
H Beks, S Clayden, A Wong Shee, E Manias, V L Versace, A Beauchamp, K P Mc Namara, L Alston
Globally, the nursing profession constitutes the largest proportion of the health workforce; however, it is challenged by widespread workforce shortages relative to need. Strategies to promote recruitment of the nursing workforce are well-established, with a lesser focus on strategies to alleviate the burden on the existing workforce. This burden may be exacerbated by the impact of low-value health care, characterised as health care that provides little or no benefit for patients, or has the potential to cause harm...
April 25, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Richard Wolff, Anna Heusler, Max Kunaschk, Christopher Osiander
BACKGROUND: Many countries face substantial shortages of skilled nurses. With an aging population and global demographic changes, developing a skilled workforce of nurses has become one of the central challenges for public health care. The recent COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated labor shortages, which pose a threat to the quality of publicly provided health care. Improving nurses' working conditions could be a means by which to address the global shortages of nurses. However, in countries with public health care, such improvements may come with additional costs in the form of higher taxes or social security contributions...
April 24, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Minghui Tan, Siyuan Tang, Shelli Feder, Jinnan Xiao, Chongmei Huang, Angus Cook, Claire E Johnson, Jinfeng Ding
BACKGROUND: Advance care planning is recommended as part of standard medical services. Readiness, denoting stages of behavior change, exerts a substantial influence on its uptake. However, the characteristics and impacts of advance care planning interventions on readiness are not well-established. METHOD: We systematically reviewed and conducted a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials assessing the effects of advance care planning interventions on readiness...
April 23, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Tamer Al-Ghraiybah, Luise Lago, Ritin Fernandez, Jenny Sim
BACKGROUND: A favourable nursing practice environment and adequate nurse staffing have been linked to reduced patient mortality. However, the contribution of nursing care processes such as patient surveillance and escalation of care, on patient mortality is not well understood. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of the nursing practice environment, nurse staffing, missed care related to patient surveillance and escalation of care on 30-day inpatient mortality...
April 19, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Sabrina Jamal-Eddine, Teresa Savage, Carol Gill
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April 18, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Jia-You Ye, Ruey Chen, Hsin Chu, Hui-Chen Lin, Doresses Liu, Hsiu-Ju Jen, Kondwani Joseph Banda, Christina Yeni Kustanti, Kuei-Ru Chou
OBJECTIVE: To determine the effects of simultaneous dual-task training on cognitive function, physical function, and depression in older adults with mild cognitive impairment or dementia. METHODS: Comprehensive database searches were conducted in PubMed, Embase, the Cochrane Library, CINAHL, Ovid-Medline, Web of Science, and Scopus up to December 2022. Randomized controlled trials were included to assess the efficacy of simultaneous dual-task training for older adults with mild cognitive impairment or dementia...
April 18, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Alexandra Breton-Piette, Gwenaelle De Clifford-Faugère, Marilyn Aita
BACKGROUND: Exposure to repetitive pain during the neonatal period has been shown to have important short and long-term effects on the neurodevelopment of the premature neonate and can contribute to experienced prolonged pain. A uniform taxonomy of neonatal prolonged pain is still lacking to this day which contributes to suboptimal prolonged pain management in neonatal intensive care units. Accordingly, a scoping review exploring the state of knowledge about prolonged pain in preterm neonates hospitalised in the neonatal intensive care unit will contribute to the developing field of neonatal prolonged pain and provide recommendations for clinical prolonged pain management...
April 17, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Yushan Yu, Jun Zhang, Mirko Petrovic, Xudong Zhang, Wei-Hong Zhang
OBJECTIVE: To identify and categorize home- and community-based services used by older adults and the distribution of their utilization, and to examine their utilization patterns in terms of region, time trends, and older adults' characteristics. DESIGN: Systematic review and meta-analysis. METHODS: We conducted a systematic search of six databases for studies published up to January 12, 2023, and performed meta-analyses and subgroup analyses to identify the utilization of home- and community-based services and analyze utilization patterns concerning region, time trends, and individual characteristics...
April 14, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Julie Benbenishty, Freda DeKeyser Ganz, Alexandre Lautrette, Ulrich Jaschinski, Avneep Aggarwal, Eldar Søreide, Manfred Weiss, Knut Dybwik, Elif Ayşe Çizmeci, Roberto Carlos Miranda Ackerman, Belén Estebanez-Montiel, Bara Ricou, Annette Robertsen, Charles L Sprung, Alexander Avidan
BACKGROUND: ICU nurses are most frequently at the patient's bedside, providing care for both patients and family members. They perform an essential role and are involved in decision-making. Despite this, research suggests that nurses have a limited role in the end-of-life decision-making process and are occasionally not involved. OBJECTIVE: Explore global ICU nurse involvement in end of life decisions based on the physician's perceptions and sub-analyses from the ETHICUS-2 study...
April 11, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Ruishuang Zheng, Jun Wang, Yanhui Wang, Ping Zhu, Li Wang, Zhenling Zhang, Fengqi Dong
BACKGROUND: Recruiting advanced cancer patients is crucial for nursing research in cancer care. However, nurse researchers often face various socio-cultural challenges, particularly in mainland China, where cultural taboos around death pose significant obstacles. An unexplored constraint in this context is the pivotal role Chinese family members play in patients' healthcare decision-making. This research gap underscores the need for a deeper understanding of Chinese family members' perspectives on the engagement of advanced cancer patients in nursing research...
April 10, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Chedva Levin, Tehilla Kagan, Shani Rosen, Mor Saban
AIM: To assess the clinical reasoning capabilities of two large language models, ChatGPT-4 and Claude-2.0, compared to those of neonatal nurses during neonatal care scenarios. DESIGN: A cross-sectional study with a comparative evaluation using a survey instrument that included six neonatal intensive care unit clinical scenarios. PARTICIPANTS: 32 neonatal intensive care nurses with 5-10 years of experience working in the neonatal intensive care units of three medical centers...
April 9, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Kelly T Gleason, Alberta Tran, Ashraf Fawzy, Li Yan, Holley Farley, Brian Garibaldi, Theodore J Iwashyna
BACKGROUND: Pulse oximetry guides clinical decisions, yet does not uniformly identify hypoxemia. We hypothesized that nursing documentation of notifying providers, facilitated by a standardized flowsheet for documenting communication to providers (physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants), may increase when hypoxemia is present, but undetected by the pulse oximeter, in events termed "occult hypoxemia." OBJECTIVE: To compare nurse documentation of provider notification in the 4 h preceding cases of occult hypoxemia, normal oxygenation, and evident hypoxemia confirmed by an arterial blood gas reading...
April 6, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Liying Lin, Yifang Fang, Yitao Wei, Feifei Huang, Jianwei Zheng, Huimin Xiao
BACKGROUND: Nursing care of colorectal cancer patients with stomas presents unique challenges, particularly during the transition from hospital to home. Early discharge programs can assist patients during this critical period. However, the effects of delivering a nurse-led discharge planning program remain under-studied. OBJECTIVE: Evaluate the effects of a nurse-led discharge planning on the quality of discharge education, stoma self-efficacy, readiness for hospital discharge, stoma quality of life, incidence of stoma complications, unplanned readmission rate, and length of stays...
April 5, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Yan Gao, Xiuni Gan
BACKGROUND: Subsyndromal delirium is a dynamic, recognizable condition commonly observed in intensive care unit (ICU) patients that can lead to poor patient prognosis, and its prompt recognition and management can prevent disease progression. However, no evidence-based predictive tool has been developed specifically to assess the occurrence of subsyndromal delirium in the ICU. OBJECTIVE: To develop and validate a novel, simple and effective tool for estimating the risk of subsyndromal delirium among ICU patients...
April 4, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Wendy Chaboyer, Sharon Latimer, Udeshika Priyadarshani, Emma Harbeck, Declan Patton, Jenny Sim, Zena Moore, Jodie Deakin, Joan Carlini, Josephine Lovegrove, Sepideh Jahandideh, Brigid M Gillespie
BACKGROUND: Numerous interventions for pressure injury prevention have been developed, including care bundles. OBJECTIVE: To systematically review the effectiveness of pressure injury prevention care bundles on pressure injury prevalence, incidence, and hospital-acquired pressure injury rate in hospitalised patients. DATA SOURCES: The Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online (via PubMed), the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, EMBASE, Scopus, the Cochrane Library and two registries were searched (from 2009 to September 2023)...
April 4, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
Yuling Chen, Binu Koirala, Meihua Ji, Yvonne Commodore-Mensah, Cheryl R Dennison Himmelfarb, Nancy Perrin, Ying Wu
BACKGROUND: Large-scale, population-based investigations primarily investigating the association between body mass index (BMI) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality among older and younger adults in the United States (U.S.) are lacking. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the relationship between BMI and CVD mortality in older (≥65 years) and younger (<65 years) adults and to identify the nadir for CVD mortality. DESIGN: This cohort study used serial cross-sectional data from the 1997 to 2018 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) linked with the National Death Index...
April 2, 2024: International Journal of Nursing Studies
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