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Exploring the consequences of culturally sensitive care in pediatric nursing: A qualitative study
Background & Aim: Culturally sensitive care is an essential component of professional development process and one of the predictive factors of nursesâ€™ cultural competency. This care is the most important approach to ...
Life in limbo: Experiences of Iranian hematopoietic stem cell transplantation recipient patients and nurses in a qualitative study
Background: This study explored the state of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) recipient patients and problems experienced by them and nurse about these state and problems, in Iran. Methods: Qualitative content ...
The Meaning of collaboration, from the perspective of iranian nurses: A qualitative study
Background. Interdisciplinary collaboration among nurses is a complex and multifaceted process, an essential element in nursing, which is crucial to maintain an efficient, safe, and viable medical setting. The aim of this ...
The Social Stigma Experience in Patients with Hepatitis B Infection: A Qualitative Study
The social stigma in patients with hepatitis B virus infection has caused several complications for both the patients and the associated medical system. This study aimed at demonstrating the social stigma experienced by ...
The lived experiences of patients post coronary angioplasty: A qualitative study
Few qualitative studies have focused on the experiences of patients post angioplasty. A deep understanding of patient experiences of care and the way a treatment can affect their everyday life is particularly important in ...