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Bullying among nurses and its effects.
- D. Yıldırım
- MedicineInternational nursing review
- 1 December 2009
Assessing the workplace, bullying of nurses in Turkey and the effects it has on nursing practices found workplace bullying is a measurable problem that negatively affects the psychology and performance of the nurses in this study.
Mobbing in the workplace by peers and managers: mobbing experienced by nurses working in healthcare facilities in Turkey and its effect on nurses.
It was determined that the nurses who faced mobbing behaviours gave various physiological, emotional and social reactions to these incidents and 10% of the participants stated that they 'consider committing suicide sometimes.
Nurses' work demands and work-family conflict: a questionnaire survey.
Mobbing Behaviors Encountered By Nurse Teaching Staff
The academic staff who had been exposed to mobbing behaviors experienced various physiological, emotional and social reactions and frequently `worked harder and [were] more organized' and `worked very carefully to avoid criticism' to escape from mobbing.
Examining Knowledge, Skill, Stress, Satisfaction, and Self-Confidence Levels of Students in Three Different Simulation Modalities.
The Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on Nursing Students’ Anxiety Levels
It was determined that the COVID-19 pandemic increased the anxiety level of nursing students and it would be a good method to provide training to help nursing students, who will become health professionals, in developing their attitudes and knowledge of CO VID-19-related anxiety and coping methods used to deal with anxiety.
The Palliative Care Outcome Scale: Turkish Validity and Reliability Study
- V. Kocatepe, Emel Emine Kayikci, Ülkü Saygılı, D. Yıldırım, G. Can, Güngör Örnek
- Medicine, PsychologyAsia-Pacific journal of oncology nursing
- 27 January 2020
The Turkish version of the POS was determined to be a valid and reliable tool to be used for assessing the needs of PC patients in three dimensions in terms of the perspectives of patient, carer, and staff.
How do Turkish nursing students plan their career after the graduation?: a questionnaire survey
Nursing students’ expectations from a workplace and what department, area, and positions they want to work in after graduation are determined to prevent them from developing wrong expectations and goals in their career planning.
Evaluating Death Anxiety and Death Depression Levels among Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction.
As patients' death anxiety increased, their death-related depression levels also increased was determined and the death anxiety levels of the patients were mostly severe, to the point of panic, and their depression scores were above average.
Evaluation of treatment adherence and illness perception in cardiology patients
The effects of the cardiology patients' illness perception on their medication adherence will guide in the development of training and consultancy strategies and there was no statistically significant correlation between Morisky Medication Adherence Scale scores and Illness Perception Questionnaire subscale scores.