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Labour migration of Polish nurses: a questionnaire survey conducted with the Computer Assisted Web Interview technique
TLDR
In the studied group of Polish nurses, there was great interest in seeking employment abroad, and the migration of nurses from Poland will probably have crucial implications for the quality of healthcare services in Poland in the coming years.
Task shifting between physicians and nurses in acute care hospitals: cross-sectional study in nine countries
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Higher levels of changes to staff roles and task shifting were reported in the Netherlands, England and Scotland, suggesting that professional boundaries have shifted, for instance on chemotherapy or prescribing medicines.
Determinants of burnout and other aspects of psychological well-being in healthcare workers during the Covid-19 pandemic: A multinational cross-sectional study
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A strong association was seen between SARS-CoV-2 testing, safety attitudes, gender, job role, redeployment and psychological state, and a significant burden of burnout, anxiety, and depression amongst healthcare workers is demonstrated.
The impact on quality of life of dialysis patients with renal insufficiency
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In order to improve the functioning of hemodialysis patients in a manner most similar to healthy persons, the renal replacement therapy should consider patients’ individual needs and expectations, ie, guarantee flexible hours of work or study and of receiving dialysis.
DETERMINANTS OF BURNOUT AND OTHER ASPECTS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING IN HEALTHCARE WORKERS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A MULTINATIONAL CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
TLDR
A strong association was seen between SARS-CoV-2 testing, safety attitudes, gender, job role, redeployment and psychological state, and a significant burden of burnout, anxiety, and depression amongst healthcare workers is demonstrated.
Directive on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare
The present article describes the main premises emerging from the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 2011 on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border
Comparative analysis of opinions of Warsaw Medical University students on electronic examinations and final tests by their participation in this form of knowledge assessment – preliminary report
TLDR
The participation in an e-Exam slightly influenced the opinions of students on this form of knowledge assessment, which may mean that the students’ expectations concerning e-exams were consistent with the actual course of the exam.
Migrations of nurses and doctors from Poland: data for the years 2014–2020 based on the sample of the capital city of Warsawγ
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This research presents a meta-nursing model that aims to provide real-time feedback on how best to promote and protect the health of nursing students in Poland.
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