Ilknur Kahriman

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BACKGROUND This study was designed to investigate the effectiveness of various training methods for breast self-examination (BSE) knowledge, practice, and health beliefs. METHODS The quasi-experimental investigation was carried out in an area where two community health care centers are located, in the city of Trabzon, Turkey. Divided randomly into three(More)
Bulgular: Öğrencilerin KKMM bilgilerinin eğitimden sonra anlamlı olarak arttığı belirlendi. Akranı tarafından grup olarak eğitilen öğrencilerin KKMM bilgilerinde, bireysel olarak eğitilenlere göre daha fazla artış saptandı. Gerek bireysel gerekse grup olarak eğitilen öğrencilerin eğitimden sonra güven algılarında anlamlı yükselme olduğu belirlendi. Akran(More)
PROBLEM This research was undertaken to determine the attitudes and health beliefs of a sample of Turkish women about breast self-examination (BSE), clinical breast examination, and mammography. DESIGN Data were collected by means of a researcher-designed questionnaire and the Champion Health Belief Model Scale. A total of 1,342 women participated in this(More)
BACKGROUND The profound impact of empathy training on quality nursing care has been recognized. Studies have shown that there has been little improvement in nurses' communication skills, and that they should work to enhance this area. Relevant training will lead to an improvement in nurses' empathic skills, which in turn, will enable them to understand(More)
Breast cancer is a common cancer among women, and early detection is important for breast cancer mortality and morbidity. The aim of this study was to determine the effects of daughters teaching their mothers about breast self-examination (BSE) and its health beliefs. In the study's first stage, 168 university students were trained by the School of Health(More)
OBJECTIVE The study was conducted to identify whether or not student nurses made the medical errors as well as the reasons for the errors. METHODS A study was conducted with 1067 student nurses studying at 12 universities in Turkey. The data were collected by using medical error scale and a questionnaire on demographic characteristics and malpractices. (More)
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to determine whether the nurses committed medical errors and to identify the types of and reasons for the medical errors. BACKGROUND Medical errors have recently emerged as a significant issue both in Turkey and around the world because they result in the death and disability of a number of people each year.(More)
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