J.M.J. Been-Dahmen (Docent); Dr. J. Dwarswaard; J.M.W. Hazes; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); E. Ista
To unravel outpatient nurses' views on the role of people with chronic conditions in self-management, nurses' own support role and to establish how these views relate to nurse-led self-management interventions.
Providing self-management support is a core task of nurses in outpatient …
NeuroDevelopmental Treatment (NDT) is the most used rehabilitation approach in the treatment of patients with stroke in the Western world today, despite the lack of evidence for its efficacy. The aim of this study was to conduct an intervention check and measure the nurses' competence, in positioning …
P. Karman; prof. dr. B.K.G. (Berno) van Meijel (Lector); I.E. Poslawsky; Nienke Kool (Lid Lectoraat)
Self-harm is a growing health problem. Nurses in a variety of healthcare settings
play a central role in the care of people who self-harm. Their professional attitudes
towards these people are essential for high-quality care. This review aims to develop
insight into nurses’ attitudes towards self-harm …
L.M. Kleijn; Dr. P.D.D.M. Roelofs; Dr. H.S. Miedema (Lector); Dr. M.N. Wagener (Lid Lectoraat); E.C.M. van Gorp
People living with HIV (PLWH) face various workrelated
problems, such as stigma and physical difficulties.
Health care professionals can help improve
the employment situation of PLWH. Nurses who
work in HIV care play a central role in the care of
PLWH in the Netherlands. The aim of this crosssectional
The competency profile underlying higher nursing education in the Netherlands states that bachelor-prepared nurses are expected to be able to participate in ethics committees. What knowledge, skills and attitudes are involved in this participation is unclear. In five consecutive years, groups of two …
Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); O.K. Helder (Lid Lectoraat); J.C.M. Verweij
To explore parents' and nurses' experiences with the transition of infants from the neonatal intensive care unit to a special care nursery. Qualitative explorative study in two phases. Level IIID neonatal intensive care unit in a university hospital and special care nurseries (level II) in five community …
ten Hoeve, Yvonne; Jansen, Gerard; Roodbol, Petrie
Aim To discuss the actual public image of nurses and other factors that influence the development of nurses' self-concept and professional identity. Background Nurses have become healthcare professionals in their own right who possess a great deal of knowledge. However, the public does not always value …
Background: Delirium is a high prevalent postoperative complication in older cardiac surgery patients and can have drastic consequence for the patient. Preventive interventions, diagnosis and treatment of delirium require specialized knowledge and skills. Objective: To gain insight …
Drs. Henk Gloudemans (Docent); dr. Wouter Reynaert (Lector); Prof. Dr. Rene Schalk
Background: In the Netherlands, the distinction between Bachelor degree and diploma nursing educational
levels remains unclear. The added value of Bachelor degree nurses and how they develop professionally after
graduation are subject to debate.
Objectives: The aim of this study is to investigate whether …
Ansam Barakat (Lid Lectoraat); Thijs van Houwelingen (Lid Lectoraat); Angelo Antonietti (Lid Lectoraat); Dr. Helianthe Kort (Lector)
Introduction: The demand for care is increasing, whereas the number of people working in professional care is decreasing. Remote Telecare (RT) technology can help to meet the growing demand for care. The purpose of this observational study was to explore the main skills barriers for using RT by healthcare …
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