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Systematic Review
The aim of our systematic review was to retrieve and integrate relevant evidence related to the process of formation and implementation of the academic–service partnership, with the aim of reformingExpand
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Nurses’ experiences of violation of their dignity
Dignity is a human right and a base for human health. This right must be observed in work environments as a moral obligation. This qualitative study aimed to understand nurses’ experiences ofExpand
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Learning challenges of nursing students in clinical environments: A qualitative study in Iran
Background: Clinical learning environment is a complex social entity. This environment is effective on the learning process of nursing students in the clinical area. However, learning in clinicalExpand
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Iranian Mothers’ Perceptions of Their Lives with Children with Mental Retardation: A Preliminary Phenomenological Investigation
This phenomenological study explored Iranian mothers’ lived experiences of having a child with mental retardation (MR). Six mothers parenting a child with MR who attended a School for ExceptionalExpand
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The Nature Nursing Quality of Work Life
Studies that have examined the nursing quality of work life (QWL) have not been systematically reviewed in the recent years. Thus, the current study was aimed to identify the predictors of theExpand
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Professional Ethics as an Important Factor in Clinical Competency in Nursing
It is imperative to understand the factors that influence clinical competency. Consequently, it is essential to study those that have an impact on the process of attaining clinical competency. AExpand
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Organizational commitment, work environment conditions, and life satisfaction among Iranian nurses.
Employee commitment to the organization is a crucial issue in today's health-care market. In Iran, few studies have sought to evaluate the factors that contribute to forms of commitment. The aim ofExpand
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Survival rate and outcomes of cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Aims: Restoring the vital functions of heart and lung and the efforts to establish circulation and respiration are among the most important measures of professional resuscitators in health centers.Expand
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Professional approach: the key feature of effective clinical educator in Iran.
Clinical educators have an important role in the successful completion of a student's clinical education. Clinical educating is a dynamic process that occurs in a variety of socio-cultural contexts.Expand
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Professional ethics: beyond the clinical competency.
Assessment of clinical competency in professional roles especially in crucial situations can improve the nursing profession. This qualitative research was conducted to determine the process ofExpand
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