The effect of motivational interviewing on quality of life and self‐efficacy behaviors of individuals with chronic illness: A meta‐analysis study
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by Sevda Uzun, Nermin Gürhan
1d ago
Abstract Objective This study aims to reveal the effect of the motivational interviewing on the quality of life and self-efficacy behaviors of individuals with chronic diseases. Material-method For this meta-analysis study, PubMed, Web of Science, EBSCOhost, Google Scholar, and YÖK Theses databases were searched in January–May 2021 without year limitation. As a result, 38 studies were included in the study: 23 for the quality of life variable, and 21 for the self-efficacy behaviors variable (in 6 studies, both variables were examined together). The data were synthesized with meta-analysis and ..read more
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Exploring predictors of help‐seeking behaviors among women with postpartum depression: A social media recruited sample
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by Aubrey Jones, Chinh C. Duong
1d ago
Abstract Background Postpartum depression is among the most common complications associated with child-bearing having a period prevalence rate of 17%. Despite the prevalence of postpartum depression, recognition and treatment remains low. Methods This paper examines the predictors of help-seeking behavior among a sample (N = 326) of postpartum women. A cross-sectional survey was deployed, and participants were recruited via social media through snowball and convenient sampling techniques. Results Binary logistic regression was used to analyze the data. Results indicate the severity o ..read more
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Examining expert views on maternal mortality in Turkey: A qualitative study
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by İlknur Yüksel‐Kaptanoğlu, Faruk Keskin, Zehra Yayla, Yaser Koyuncu, E. Mümine Barkçin, Kardelen Güneş, İsmet Koç
1w ago
Abstract Background Maternal mortality ratio is one of the significant indicators of a country's healthcare quality and development. In recent years, Türkiye has made significant advancements in maternal and child health services. However, it has been discussed that stagnation has been observed in recent years, and the migration from Syria and the COVID-19 pandemic have significantly overshadowed this success. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the current situation of the maternal mortality level in the country based on the experiences and views of experts working in this area. Methods ..read more
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Vaccination status among children in an urban area and its association with risk factors and some parent health practices: A cross‐sectional study
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by Feyza Bardak, Deniz Kocoglu‐Tanyer
2w ago
Abstract Objective The study aims to determine the vaccination status of children and evaluate the relationship between vaccination rates, vaccine attitudes, and some parental health practices. Design and Methods This cross-sectional study was conducted with 674 mothers. Data were collected using a survey evaluating vaccine characteristics, some infant health practices, and The Public Attitude Toward Vaccination Scale—Health Belief Model. Chi-square test, independent samples t-test, and logistic regression analysis were used. Results 80.2% of children were fully vaccinated. The rate of non or ..read more
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The response readiness tool: An instrument to measure knowledge, skills, and attitude after taking a stop the Bleed® course
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by Katheryn Courville Johnston, Belinda Deal, Samantha Estrada, Caulkins Elizabeth, Glenn Barnes, Amanda Swanberg
3w ago
Abstract Stop the Bleed® is an emergency response course that offers a certificate of completion but no ending assessment. The purpose of this educational study was to develop and test the Response Readiness Tool (RRT) that measures learning of participants after taking Stop the Bleed®. The study used a pre-/post-test design to measure knowledge and attitudes, and a post-test only for skills. Participants were recruited from existing Stop the Bleed® courses. Knowledge was measured with a 10-item questionnaire, attitude was measured with five Likert-style questions, and skills were measured by ..read more
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Capturing men's perspectives on prevalence, existing resources, and solutions to depression and anxiety using community‐based participatory research and focus groups
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by Mary Molewyk Doornbos, Gail Landheer Zandee
3w ago
Abstract Objective Men are predisposed to suffer from unaddressed depression and anxiety. The purpose of this study was to capture the perceptions of men in three urban, racially/ethnically diverse, under-resourced, and impoverished neighborhoods around this health issue. The results were used to design a resident-driven solution to this health disparity. Design Design This study utilized a focus group method within the ideological perspective of community-based participatory research (CBPR). Sample Sample The researchers recruited 50 Black, Hispanic, and White men aged 23–83 years to particip ..read more
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Nursing students’ awareness of global climate change: A descriptive and cross‐sectional study
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by Hülya Fırat Kılıç, Seda Cevheroğlu, Nur Demet Gök
3w ago
Abstract Objective This study aimed to determine nursing students’ awareness of global climate change. Design This descriptive and cross-sectional study was conducted with 302 undergraduate nursing students from a foundation university in Northern Cyprus during the spring semester of the 2021–2022 academic year. A descriptive information form and the Awareness Scale of University Students about Global Climate Change (ASUSGCC) were used for data collection. Results The mean ASUSGCC score was 3.54 ± 0.64, and the participants received the lowest and highest scores from the awareness of ..read more
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Public health nurse perspectives on predicting nonattendance for cervical cancer screening through classification, ensemble, and deep learning models
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by Seeta Devi, Rupali Gangarde, Shubhangi Deokar, Sayyed Faheemuddin Muqeemuddin, Sanidhya Rajendra Awasthi, Sameer Shekhar, Raghav Sonchhatra, Sonopant Joshi
3w ago
Abstract Objectives Women's attendance to cervical cancer screening (CCS) is a major concern for healthcare providers in community. This study aims to use the various algorithms that can accurately predict the most barriers of women for nonattendance to CS. Design The real-time data were collected from women presented at OPD of primary health centers (PHCs). About 1046 women's data regarding attendance and nonattendance to CCS were included. In this study, we have used three models, classification, ensemble, and deep learning models, to compare the specific accuracy and AU-ROC for predicting n ..read more
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Environmental diseases, recognition for care: A qualitative study of nurses’ perceptions
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by Tatiana Bolgeo, Roberta Di Matteo, Menada Gardalini, Federico Ruta, Laura Iacorossi, Francesca Gambalunga, Antonio Maconi
3w ago
Abstract Objectives This study aims to investigate hospital nurses' perceptions of illness due to environmental exposures. Design A qualitative exploratory study, designed in accordance with the specified reporting guidelines for qualitative research. Sample Nurses working in Italian hospitals. Methods Semi-structured interviews were used to collect data, then evaluated using the framework analysis methodology. Data collection was from January to June 2022 and analysed from July to September 2022. Results Forty-two nurses were interviewed. Data analysis revealed three themes: 1) the concept of ..read more
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Asthma policy in Illinois: A survey of school nursing and staff knowledge and implementation patterns
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by Paige Hardy, Michael Gonzalez, Anna Volerman, Erica Salem, Nancy Amerson, Nikki Woolverton, Sarah Dee Geiger, Andrea A. Pappalardo
1M ago
Abstract Objective Our goal is to examine gaps in self-carry, asthma emergency protocol, and stock inhaler policy knowledge in Illinois schools. Design A 30-item REDCap cross-sectional survey developed by a team of stakeholders was disseminated. Questions assessed policy knowledge, awareness, and practices regarding asthma emergency protocols, self-carry, and stock inhalers. Sample Participants were Illinois school nurses belonging to a governmental organization listserv. Measurements Analysis utilized Chi-square tests, descriptive statistics, and t-tests. Results Nurses reported 36% of studen ..read more
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