Ethics in the Curriculum of Undergraduate Nursing Programs in Turkey
Bengu Cetinkaya, RN, PhD
Article Type: Original Research | First Published: March 30, 2020
All healthcare professionals experience ethical problems, and nursing students experience these problems just as commonly as other health professionals. Some of these issues involve medication and treatments, quality care, harmful behaviour, force-feeding, and patient confidentiality. In a study by Erdil and Korkmaz, ethical problems observed by nursing students in the clinic were examined. The most frequently observed problems of the ...
Clinical Audit on Neonatal Care Unit Structure in Five Selected Governmental Hospitals of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2019
Asrat Demtse, Girum Sebsibie, Yohannes Godie, Yeshi Birhan, Amina Nesru, Askal Assefa, Aster Teketel, Fatuma Aragie, Fetlework Anteneh, Gellila Mekuriya, Gemechis Wari, Hana Endale, Lemlem Berihu, Lensa Habtamu, Mahelet Alemayehu, Misgana Hirpha, Mohammed Tessema, Muluye Dejen, Netsanet ketemaw and Sitotaw Molla
Article Type: Original Research | First Published: March 20, 2020
Establishing and/or strengthening Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in hospitals includes providing training and continuous support for newborn health care providers and managers. Ensuring the basic equipment’s and supplies, strengthening the facility infrastructure and referral system are also mandatory. Clinical audit is the systematic analysis of the quality of health care, including the procedure used for diagnosis, treatment and care, the use of resources and the resulting outcome and q...
Home Visit Safety: Preventing the Frights; Research is Needed
Article Type: Short Communication | First Published: February 17, 2020
This author was doing a home visit behavioral assessment on a 33-year-old ID male. During the assessment the author reminded him that he had an appointment with the dentist the next day. To which he replied hey, hey don’t put the frights in me. The editorial is not intended to put the frights in anyone, rather it is intended to raise the awareness of professionals (nurses, mobile therapists, educational specialists, etc.) who provide services to the ID population of the additional risks that t...