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Theory Practice Gaps in Nursing Education: A Qualitative Perspective
The last three decades have focused on moving the nursing education from the hospitals toward the universities. The theoretical part has started to gain more popularity in nursing education. TheExpand
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Families’ Stressors and Needs at Time of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation: A Jordanian Perspective
Background: During cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, family members, in some hospitals, are usually pushed to stay out of the resuscitation room. However, growing literature implies that familyExpand
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Health professionals' perceptions regarding family witnessed resuscitation in adult critical care settings.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To deepen our understanding of the perceptions of health professionals regarding family witnessed resuscitation in Jordanian adult critical care settings. BACKGROUND The issueExpand
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Patient- and family caregiver-related barriers to effective cancer pain control.
Cancer is a worldwide health problem. In Jordan, cancer is the second leading cause of death. Approximately 2,000 people die from cancer every year, 70% of them experiencing varying high levels ofExpand
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Hand Hygiene Knowledge, Practices and Attitudes among Nurses and Physicians
Background: Hand hygiene is one of the most effective ways to control health care related infection. Nurses and physicians are the main health care workers contacting with patients, representing theExpand
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Suggestions to close the gap in nursing education: Nursing students' perspectives
Background: The nursing profession is composed of two main parts: the theoretical part, which reflects the knowledge that is received in the classroom; and the practical part, which focuses onExpand
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Experiences of Jordanian Mothers and Fathers of Children with Cancer
Previous studies investigating psychological stress of parents of a child with cancer have shown inconsistent findings about parental perceived stress whose children have cancer and most of theseExpand
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Suggestions to Close the Gap in Nursing Education: Nursing Students' Perspectives
Background: The nursing profession is composed of two main parts; the theoretical part which reflects the knowledge that is received in the class room and the practical part which focuses onExpand
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Median effective dose (ED₅₀) of paracetamol and morphine for postoperative pain: a study of interaction.
BACKGROUND Paracetamol is widely used to treat postoperative pain and is well known for its morphine-sparing effect. Therefore, the effect of morphine-paracetamol combination can be synergistic,Expand
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