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Religion, faith and the empowerment process: stories of Iranian people with diabetes.
Empowerment concerning people with diabetes is well researched. However, few researchers specifically focus on the barriers to and facilitators of empowerment in Iranian people with diabetes.Expand
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A qualitative study on adolescence, health and family.
Family is important to both health and adolescence. Adolescence is a time of peak health, but there are some important family based risk factors. The aim of this study was to explore the perspectiveExpand
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Evolutionary concept analysis of health seeking behavior in nursing: a systematic review
BackgroundAlthough the research in health seeking behavior has been evolving, its concept remains ambiguous. Concept clarification, as a central basis of developing knowledge, plays an undeniableExpand
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Compliance with treatment regimen in women with gestational diabetes: Living with fear
Background: Gestational diabetes mellitus is a prevalent pregnancy complication that seriously endangers mothers’ and babies’ health. The aim of this study was to explore factors affecting treatmentExpand
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A Global Issue in Nursing Students’ Clinical Learning: The Theory–Practice Gap
Abstract Problem statement: For many years, there has been a problem with regard to the theory–practice gap in nursing students’ clinical education, as indicated in many studies. Purpose: AExpand
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Influencing factors on professional commitment in Iranian nurses: A qualitative study
Background: Dissatisfaction and tending to leave are some of the major nursing problems around the world. Professional commitment is a key factor in attracting and keeping the nurses in theirExpand
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Concept analysis of moral courage in nursing: A hybrid model
Background: Moral courage is one of the most fundamental virtues in the nursing profession, however, little attention has been paid to it. As a result, no exact and clear definition of moral courageExpand
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Factors affecting clinical reasoning of occupational therapists: a qualitative study
Background: Clinical reasoning is generally defined as the numerous modes of thinking that guide clinical practice but little is known about the factors affecting how occupational therapists manageExpand
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Nursing students' views of sociocultural factors in clinical learning: a qualitative content analysis.
AIM The aim of this study is description of nursing students' views of sociocultural factors in clinical learning. METHODS A qualitative content analysis was conducted to describe nursing students'Expand
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Concept analysis of professional commitment in Iranian nurses
Aim: Professional commitment has been widely discussed during the last decade. There is no comprehensive definition about “professional commitment in Iranian nurses.” Hence, this study was conductedExpand
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