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A Study of Role Stress, Organizational Commitment and Intention to Quit Among Male Nurses in Southern Taiwan
&NA; Gender and sex role stereotyping are recognized as having the potential to limit the professional development of males within the nursing profession. The purpose of this study was to understandExpand
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Prevalence, interference, and risk factors for chronic pain among Taiwanese community older people.
The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to investigate the prevalence, interference with daily life, and risk factors of chronic pain among older people. A total of 219 older people wereExpand
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Job stress, achievement motivation and occupational burnout among male nurses.
AIM This paper is a report of an exploration of job stress, achievement motivation and occupational burnout in male nurses and to identify predictors of occupational burnout. BACKGROUND Since theExpand
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Relationships among sexual self-concept, sexual risk cognition and sexual communication in adolescents: a structural equation model.
AIM The purpose of this study was to test a model of sexual self-concept and sexual risk cognition affecting sexual communication in Taiwanese adolescents. BACKGROUND Parent-adolescent sexualExpand
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The Influence of Personality Traits and Social Support on Male Nursing Student Life Stress: A Cross-Sectional Research Design
Background: Understanding how male nursing students alleviate life stress during their academic career is conducive to their development as successful nursing professionals. Purpose: This study wasExpand
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Use, perceived effectiveness, and gender differences of pain relief strategies among the community-dwelling elderly in Taiwan.
Pain is a common problem among the elderly. The entire scope of chronic pain relief strategies used by community elderly is still unclear. A limited number of studies have investigated this issueExpand
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Factors affecting the career development of male nurses: a structural equation model.
AIM This paper is a report of a study conducted to test a theory of the relations of emotional labour and professional empowerment to nursing career development. BACKGROUND Nurses are required toExpand
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Highly Efficient Intracellular Protein Delivery by Cationic Polyethyleneimine-Modified Gelatin Nanoparticles
Intracellular protein delivery may provide a safe and non-genome integrated strategy for targeting abnormal or specific cells for applications in cell reprogramming therapy. Thus, highly efficientExpand
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Nurse administrators' intentions and considerations in recruiting inactive nurses.
AIMS To understand nurse administrators' intentions and considerations in recruiting inactive nurses and to examine predictors of intent to recruit. BACKGROUND Few studies have provided insightExpand
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There is nothing wrong with being a nurse: The experiences of male nursing students in Taiwan
AIM Male nurses are reported to experience role strain. Fear of gender stereotyping can be stressful and frustrating for male nursing students, which could make them feel isolated and excluded. TheExpand
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