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eng Nursing in territory of Slovakia - institutional changes
Javor, Martin
Jahr Vol. 4, No. 1, 2013
History of nursing in Slovakia is an issue lying at the edge of an interest in Slovak historiography. My contribution is devoted to the transformation of nursing and the development of the language of medicine in Slovakia from the early 20th century. Nursing was subjected to an interesting development in the 20th century and the changes of the language of medicine were connected with it. The first professional nurses were members of the Slovak women‘s associations; one of the most famous members was Janka Hrebendova, the first organizer of cari...
Hrčak ID: 110360


eng Nursing diagnoses and nursing documentation in patients undergoing outpatient cardiovascular rehabiltation
Heinrich, Marija; Stošić, Renata; Galez Janevski, Kristina
Cardiologia Croatica Vol. 17, No. 9-10, 2022
Hrčak ID: 290014


eng Nursing and Implementation of Modern Technology
Friganović, Adriano
Signa vitae Vol. 12., No. 1., 2016
Introduction. Implementation of technology in health care has become a global trend. The society modernization has led to the increasing development of technology and information systems. Nurses in everyday work encounter with the application of communications and information technologies. The implementation of modern technology in nursing increases nurses efficiency, but it is also changing the way of care for patients. Implementation of modern technology in nursing is the result of interactions between technical skills, culture and social acc...
Hrčak ID: 170181


eng The Quality of life of graduate nursing students in Croatia: a cross-sectional study
hrv Kvaliteta života studenata diplomskog studija sestrinstva u Hrvatskoj: presječna studija
Čivljak, Marta; Vukušić Rukavina, Tea; Sović, Slavica; Machala Poplašen, Lovela; Milošević, Milan; Orešković, Stjepan
Sestrinski glasnik Vol. 26, No. 1, 2021
Objective: The objective was to assess the quality of life (QoL) of graduate nursing students enrolled in the University of Zagreb, School of Medicine, and evaluate the relationship between QoL and marital status, age group and work setting. Method: A cross-sectional study was conducted in 2012–2013 among 154 nursing professionals/technicians from the University of Zagreb School of Medicine, Croatia, using the WHOQOL-BREF Questionnaire. Results: The majority of the participants (88.3%) were female, with a median age of 39.0 years (inter...
Hrčak ID: 256183


eng Nursing Staffs’ Views on Physical and Psychosocial Care Provision in Slovenian Nursing Homes
Habjanič, Ana; Elo, Satu; Mičetić-Turk, Dusanka; Isola, Arja
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 39, No. 4, 2015
The aim of this study was to explore nursing staffs’ perceptions of the physical and psychological care needs of elderly residents, their views on the relative importance of these needs and their perceived ability to meet them. The literature reveals that the quality of elder care in nursing homes should comprise both physical and psychosocial care. Despite this, the nursing staffs’ perceptions of the physical and psychosocial care provision have not often been researched. As a method cross-sectional research design was used, with structured qu...
Hrčak ID: 166422


hrv STAVOVI PACIJENATA OPĆE BOLNICE PULA PREMA SESTRINSTVU KAO RODNO/SPOLNO OBILJEŽENOJ PROFESIJI
eng Attitudes of the Pula General Hospital patients towards nursing as a sex/gender marked profession
Licul, Roberto; Popović, Stjepka
Glasnik pulske bolnice Vol. 12, No. 12, 2015
Hrčak ID: 154723


eng ATTITUDES TOWARDS OLDER PEOPLE IN CROATIAN AND SLOVENIAN NURSING STUDENTS
Veronek, Jurica; Bajs Janović, Maja; Janović, Špiro; Barić, Hrvoje; Zurc, Joca; Gvozdanović, Zvjezdana
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 32, No. suppl. 4, 2020
Background: Croatia and Slovenia are neighboring countries with marked differences in high school and undergraduate nursing curricula. The aim was to assess and compare attitudes toward the elderly among undergraduate nursing students in Croatia and Slovenia and identify factors associated with positive/negative attitudes. Subjects and methods: This was a cross-sectional survey conducted between September, 2017 and July, 2018 among undergraduate nursing students at five higher education institutions: three in Slovenia and two in Croatia. Th...
Hrčak ID: 262622


eng Perception of the Nursing Profession among Students at the University of Split
hrv Percepcija zanimanja medicinske sestre kod studenata Sveučilišta u Splitu
Agatić, Adriana Giullia; Orlandini, Rahela; Marendić, Mario; Aranza, Diana
AIM: The aim of this study was to investigate the perception of the nursing profession among the students at the University of Split. METHODS: The study was conducted at 5 institutions of the University of Split: University Department of Health Studies, School of Medicine, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Maritime Studies, and Catholic Faculty of Theology, and included 516 students. The questionnaire was completed anonymously and online via Google Forms from November 2020 to March 2021. RESULTS: The results of this study show that the Croatian vers...
Hrčak ID: 277594


eng CONTRASTING VANTAGE POINTS BETWEEN CAREGIVERS AND RESIDENTS ON THE PERCEPTION OF ELDER ABUSE AND NEGLECT DURING LONG-TERM CARE
Neuberg, Marijana; Meštrović, Tomislav; Ribić, Rosana; Šubarić, Marin; Canjuga, Irena; Kozina, Goran
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 31, No. suppl 3, 2019
Background: Elder abuse and neglect can be defined as refusing or failing to fulfil a caregiver's obligation to meet the needs of elderly individuals in order to punish or hurt them. We aimed to explore perceptions of elder mistreatment of both caregivers and residents during long-term care, and highlight significant differences in the overall mistreatment perception regarding sociodemographic variables, as well as the type of care facility. Subjects and methods: The study involved 171 caregivers and 245 elderly individuals in stationary fa...
Hrčak ID: 263456


eng Effects of Difficulties Experienced by Adolescents Who Have a Parent with Cancer on Their Psychological Condition
Küçükoðlu, Sibel; Çelebioðlu, Ayda
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 36, No. 3, 2012
This descriptive study was designed to identify effects of difficulties experienced by adolescents who have a parent with cancer on their psychological condition. The study involved children of 13–18 years of age accompanying their parents who were receiving cancer treatment. The data were collected by a questionnaire prepared by the researchers, »Brief Symptom Inventory« and statistically compared. According to the results of the study, the children involved in the study generally showed high rates of psychological symptoms in the Brief Sympto...
Hrčak ID: 90377