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OBJECTIVE To examine the attitudes of Iranian nurses toward caring for dying patients. METHODS Nurses' attitudes toward death and caring for dying patients were examined by using two types of questionnaires: the Death Attitude Profile-Revised (DAP-R) and Frommelt's Attitude towards Caring for Dying Patients (FATCOD), both with a demographic survey. (More)
AIM To explore the meaning of Iranian oncology nurses' experiences of caring for people at the end of life. MATERIALS AND METHODS A phenomenological hermeneutic approach was applied. Fifteen nurses working in oncology units were interviewed in 2007 regarding their experiences of caring for people at the end of life. RESULTS Participants experienced(More)
INTRODUCTION Over the past 30 years, recognizing the need and importance of training residents in teaching skills has resulted in several resident-as-teacher programs. The purpose of this study was to explore the impact of this teaching initiative and investigate the improvement in residents' teaching skills through evaluating their satisfaction and(More)
  • Jalil Kuhpayeh Zadeh, Helen Dargahi, +4 authors Darioush Mehdivarzi
  • 2013
Jalil Kuhpayeh Zadeh, Helen Dargahi, Jila Shajari, Rafei Ali, Mahsa Narenjiha, Soudabeh Afsharpour, Darioush Mehdivarzi Medical Education Research Center, Tehran Universities of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran Department of Medical Education, Tehran Universities of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran Department of Biostatistics, Tehran Universities of Medical(More)
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