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What Arguments against COVID-19 Vaccines Run on Facebook in Poland: Content Analysis of Comments
It is found that the negative arguments about COVID-19 vaccines can be divided into 12 categories, seven of them are universal and also apply to other vaccines but five are new and CO VID-19’ specific.
Validation study of the Polish version of the Evidence-Based Practice Profile Questionnaire
The Polish version of the EBP2Q is comparable in terms of psychometry to the original English version, and can be used to assess knowledge, attitudes, and skills concerning EBP among students and practicing professional nurses and midwives.
Determinants of occupational burnout among employees of the Emergency Medical Services in Poland.
Doctors working in the system are shown to have the highest level of burnout, while paramedics the lowest, among all the jobs analyzed.
Characteristics of Antivaccine Messages on Social Media: Systematic Review
Proponents of the antivaccine movement use a limited number of arguments in their messages; therefore, it is possible to prepare publications clarifying doubts and debunking the most common lies.
Educational Interventions for Teaching Evidence-Based Practice to Undergraduate Nursing Students: A Scoping Review
EBP training can improve nursing students’ capacity in healthcare provision and teaching EBP competencies along undergraduate nursing curricula should be a high priority at nursing programmes.
Psychometric properties of Authentic Leadership Self‐Assessment Questionnaire in a population‐based sample of Polish nurses
The ALSAQ can be considered a reliable and valid tool for self-assessment of leadership skills in a group of nursing practitioners and has a good internal consistency, and test-retest analysis confirmed stability of the measurement for subscales and particular items.
Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) Response in Rural Areas in Poland: Retrospective Study
The aim of the study was to identify the characteristics of missions performed by HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical Service) crews and the analysis of health problems, which are the most common
Promoting evidence-based practice – perceived knowledge, behaviours and attitudes of Polish nurses: a cross-sectional validation study
Life-long updating knowledge in the area of EBP by participation in various forms of postgraduate education can produce improvements in the knowledge, behaviours and attitudes of nurses in creating a positive EBP profile.