Turkish Nursing Students’ Ecocentric, Anthropocentric and Antipathetic Attitudes towards the Environment
Media Subasi Baybuga, RN, PhD and Serap Gokbel Sonmez, RN, MSN
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: December 23, 2019
Environmental problems have become global and begun to threaten life on the planet, which has led humans to reconsider their relationship with the environment, and their attitudes, behaviors, duties and responsibilities towards it, and to redefine the importance of ecological culture and environmental awareness. Using the environment in which we live in a more effective, sustainable and efficient manner is only possible by creating a society with environmental awareness...
Nurses' Experiences of Caring for Patients with Tuberculosis - An Interview Study in Indonesia
Linda Byberg, RN, BSc, Karstin Vaster, RN, BSc, Margret Lepp, PhD, RN and Kristina Rosengren, PhD, RN
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: October 16, 2019
Tuberculosis, TB is an infectious disease affecting millions of people each year and Indonesia have the second highest prevalence in the world. The cure of TB is already existing but hence to factors such as long treatment with severe side-effects results in low compliance. The aim of the study was to describe nurse’s conceptions of caring for patients suffering from tuberculosis in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. To perform nursing, precautions and protection is significant even though medication for ...
Drama, Leadership and Conflict Management to Support Nurse's Professional Development - A Qualitative Study in Indonesia
Kristina Rosengren, PhD, RN, Margret Lepp, PhD, RN and Widyawati, PhD, RN
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: October 07, 2019
A need exists for developing training interventions for nurses regarding conflict management and leadership to facilitate professional development. Therefore, we aimed to explore and describe the use of applied drama to support professional development with focus on nursing leadership and conflict management of nurses (practitioner, lecturer) in Indonesia. A need exists to developing training interventions for students in nursing education as well as for nurses regarding conflict management and ...
Working through Others - A Qualitative Content Analysis of Nursing Students’ Experiences with Malnutrition at One Hospital in Vietnam
Elin Eriksson, RN, BSc, Victoria Ferm, RN, BSc and Kristina Rosengren, PhD, RN
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: October 05, 2019
Malnutrition causes problems in Vietnam, including illnesses with physiological and psychological complications. The aim of this study was to describe nursing students experiences with malnutrition at one hospital in Vietnam. Interviews of eight nursing students were performed, and the results were analysed by qualitative content analysis. This study highlights the use of guidelines in collaboration (between staff and patients’ relatives) to facilitate early identification and/or prevent malnu...