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Emergency Nurse ; 30(5):10-10, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-2025353

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I used to love my job, but recently I have had to brace myself before starting a shift, as I wonder 'how much abuse am I going to suffer today?'.

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Primary Health Care ; 32(4):30-35, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1988444

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Why you should read this article: • To understand some of the benefits that the nursing associate role can bring to community and primary care nursing teams • To be aware of the challenges involved in training and embedding nursing associates in community and primary care settings • To recognise the need for clarity on the boundaries and expectations of the nursing associate role in community and primary care settings Nursing associates have been part of the health and social care workforce in England since 2017 and are starting to contribute to managing workforce challenges. However, little is known about the nursing associate role in community and primary care settings. This article provides an overview of what is known about the nursing associate role in community and primary care settings and introduces some emerging findings from recent research. The article identifies some of the benefits that nursing associates can bring to community and primary care nursing teams and some of the challenges involved in training and embedding nursing associates in these sectors of the health and social care workforce.

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American Nurse Today ; 17(7):37-37, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1970182
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JOGNN: Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing ; 51(4):S87-S88, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1930985

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The article offers information about the professional quality of life and intention to stay among perinatal registered nurses during the Covid-19 pandemic. It mentions that registered nurses make up the largest component of the health care workforce in the U.S., along with mentions that as direct patient care providers, they are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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American Nurse Today ; 17(6):53-53, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1904342
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Caring for the Ages ; 23(5):1-11, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1889258
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Nure Investigacion ; - (118):1-11, 2022.
Article in Spanish | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1887556

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Work-life balance is more than a women's concern, or a balance between personal and professional life. It means the right of all people to develop a full social, professional and family life. In nursing, these policies are essential, because it is a vulnerable group that suffers from 9 of the 12 work-life balance factors that, according to the National Institute for Health and Safety at Work, affect family and personal life. The impact of the pandemic has increased work demands and the demand for nursing care, while at the same time increasing the burden of care outside the professional field. To analyse the consequences of the lack of work-life balance policies for nursing professionals, we hypothesised that their work-life balance has been worsened by the pandemic, and identified a serious problem in this particularly vulnerable group through a cross-sectional descriptive study of working nurses in Spain. We found that 69% of nurses believe that their work-life balance is bad or very bad, much worse than in 2018. With the development of specific policies, strategies and measures to enable Work-Life Balance for Nurses, the professional workforce and the supply of care would increase, and the worsening of the Care Crisis would not occur. La conciliación es algo más que "cosa de mujeres" o el equilibrio entre la vida personal y profesional. Es el derecho de todas las personas a desarrollar una trayectoria vital, social, profesional y familiar plena. En la Enfermería estas políticas son indispensables al ser un colectivo vulnerable que sufre 9 de los 12 factores laborales de conciliación que según el Instituto Nacional de Seguridad e Higiene en el Trabajo afectan a la vida familiar y personal. La pandemia ha endurecido las exigencias laborales y la demanda de cuidados enfermeros, al mismo tiempo que han aumentado las cargas de cuidado fuera del entorno profesional. Con el objetivo de analizar las consecuencias de la falta de Políticas de Conciliación de los profesionales de Enfermería se plantea la hipótesis de que su conciliación ha empeorado con la pandemia, objetivando un grave problema en este grupo, particularmente vulnerable, mediante un estudio descriptivo transversal de los/as enfermeros/as trabajadores en España. Un 69% de las enfermeras cree que su conciliación es mala o muy mala, mucho peor que el 2018. Con el desarrollo de políticas, estrategias y medidas específicas que posibiliten la Conciliación Enfermera, aumentaría la fuerza laboral de los profesionales y la oferta de cuidados, y no redundaría en el empeoramiento de la Crisis de Cuidados.

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International Journal of Nursing Education ; 14(2):118-130, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1836626

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Background: The global coronavirus disease pandemic of 2019 (COVID-19) has caused health care provider to experience extraordinary psychological stress. Objective: This study assessed the psychological well-being of nurses during the COVID-19 outbreak and factors associated with it. Methods: An online survey was sent to all nurses working at the Ministry of Health Hospitals and living in Tabuk city, Saudi Arabia. A total of 219 nurses were completed the survey. The Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale -- 21 items (DASS-21) assessed the psychological well-being of respondents in the previous week. Results: One -quarter of nurses (24.7%) reported extremely severe symptoms of anxiety, more than one third (37%) reported extremely sever symptoms of stress, less than one quarter (14.1%) reported extremely sever symptoms of depression. Higher anxiety scores were significantly associated with direct contact with confirmed COVID 19 cases (p= 0.08), general health status (p= 0.001) and marital status (p= 0.042). Higher DASS-21 Stress scores were significantly associated with working more than eight hours per shift (p=0.024), marital status(P=0.036) and general health status (p <0.001). Higher DASS-21 Depression scores was significantly associated general health status (p <0.001). Conclusions & implication for practice: The COVID-19 outbreak has had a significant effect on the psychological well-being of Saudis nurses, particularly nurses who were married, had contact with COVID 19 cases, had working more than eight hours per shift, and had poor general health status. Protecting the psychological health of nursing staff is essential, nursing leaders are in charge of providing social support for nurses so that they will be able to cope with their anxiety, stress, and depression.

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AORN Journal ; 115(5):P2-P3, 2022.
Article in English | CINAHL | ID: covidwho-1825862
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