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Gaber, S., NURSING MANAGERS POWERED INCREDIBLY CLOSE OVERVIEW, , New Haven, Yale University Press, 2018. 24196118_cover.pdf
El-Nady, M., and H. Rady, Nursing intervention for managing feeling of strain,shame and coping of Parents with ADHD Children, , pp. 699 - 716, 2019/07/26. Abstract

This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of nursing intervention on decreasing the level of shame, strain & improving the coping methods of parents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) children. Design: A quasi-experimental (one group pre/post) design was utilized in this study. Sample: A purposive sample of 40 ADHD children with their parents was targeted and recruited for engaging in this study. Setting: The study was conducted in the Child Psychiatry.Tools of data collection: A structured interview questionnaire. It was designed by the researchers. It included the following parts; Demographic characteristics of children such as child code number, age, gender, address, child rank, duration of illness), data related to parents included age, educational level, presence of hereditary factor, occupation and marital status. The Brief Coping Orientation to Problems Experienced, Caregiver Strain Questionnaire, Parental Shame Scale. Results: There were highly statistical significant differences between mean scores of pre-post intervention regarding all studied variables related to knowledge, feeling of shame, strain and coping. In relation to pre/post intervention, there was a statistical significant correlation between parents' knowledge and coping in post intervention and feeling of shame in pre intervention. Also, there was statistical significant correlation between strain and coping pre intervention and strain pre/post intervention.While, there was no statistical significant correlation between other variables. Conclusion: Nursing intervention was effective in improving parents' methods of coping, feeling of shame and strainRecommendation: The application of this research will be of interest to education authorities, especially those concerned in bridging the gap between home and school to helpyoung people with ADHD.

Elewa, A. H., "Nursing Interns’ Perception Regarding Patients’ Rights and Patients’ Advocacy", SOJ Nursing & Health Care, vol. 2, issue 3, pp. 1-6, 2016.
Amal, H. E., A. E. Eman, and H..A. E. Guindy, "Nursing Interns’ Perception Regarding Patients’ Rights and Patients’ Advocacy", SOJ Nursing & Health Care, vol. 2: , issue (2), pp. 1-6., 2016.
El-Deen, D. S., and A. S. Mahmoud2, "Nursing instructions Improve Medication Adherence among Patients undergoing Haemodialysis ", International Journal of Novel Research in Healthcare and Nursing , vol. 6, issue 1, pp. 72-84, 2019. 6_nursing_instructions__improve-1635_1_2.pdf
El-Deen, D. S., and A. S. Mahmoud, "Nursing instructions Improve Medication Adherence among Patients undergoing Hemodialysis ", International Journal of Novel Research in Healthcare and NursingJournal of Novel Research in Healthcare and Nursing, vol. 6, issue 1, pp. 72-84, 2019.
Salah, M., "Nursing informational reality & future", , 5th annual scientific conference (Nursing between Reality & Ambition),, Faculty of Nursing, Zagazig University, 2009.
Salah, M., "Nursing Informatics,", 9th International Scientific Nursing Conference & the 2nd Scientific Association of Arab Nursing Faculties Conference: (Accreditation and nursing vision & challenges), , Faculty of Nursing, Alexandria University, , 2007.
Abdrbo, A. A., "Nursing Informatics Competencies Among Nursing Students and Their Relationship to Patient Safety Competencies: Knowledge, Attitude, and Skills", CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, vol. 33, issue 11: LWW, pp. 509-514, 2015. Abstract
Gaber, S., Nursing as a Profession And Patient Leading, Guidance, & Support , , USA, Yale University Press, 2016.
Abdelaziz, S. H., D. Salem, H. Zaki, and S. Atteya, "'Nurse’s Role in Early Detection of Breast Cancer through Mammography and Genetic Screening and Its Impact on Patient's Outcome'", International Journal of Medical, Health, Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Engineering, vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 145-152, 2015. nurses-role-in-early-detection-of-breast-cancer-through-mammography-and-genetic-screening-and-its-impact-on-patients-outcome.pdf
Bedwell, G. J., J. Scribante, T. D. Adane, J. Bila, C. Chiura, P. Chizombwe, B. Deen, L. Dodoli, M. M. A. Elfiky, I. Kolawole, et al., "Nurses’ Priorities for Perioperative Research in Africa", Anesthesia & Analgesia, 9900, 2022. AbstractWebsite

BACKGROUND:Mortality rates among surgical patients in Africa are double those of surgical patients in high-income countries. Internationally, there is a call to improve access to and safety of surgical and perioperative care. Perioperative research needs to be coordinated across Africa to positively impact perioperative mortality.


The aim of this study was to determine the top 10 perioperative research priorities for perioperative nurses in Africa, using a research priority-setting process. A Delphi technique with 4 rounds was used to establish consensus on the top 10 perioperative research priorities. In the first round, respondents submitted research priorities. Similar research priorities were amalgamated into single priorities when possible. In round 2, respondents ranked the priorities using a scale from 1 to 10 (of which 1 is the first/highest priority, and 10 is the last/lowest priority). The top 20 (of 31) were determined after round 2. In round 3, respondents ranked their top 10 priorities. The final round was an online discussion to reach consensus on the top 10 perioperative research priorities.


A total of 17 perioperative nurses representing 12 African countries determined the top research priorities, which were: (1) strategies to translate and implement perioperative research into clinical practice in Africa, (2) creating a perioperative research culture and the tools, resources, and funding needed to conduct perioperative nursing research in Africa, (3) optimizing nurse-led postoperative pain management, (4) survey of operating theater and critical care resources, (5) perception of, and adherence to sterile field and aseptic techniques among surgeons in Africa (6) surgical staff burnout, (7) broad principles of infection control in surgical wards, (8) the role of interprofessional communication to promote clinical teamwork when caring for surgical patients, (9) effective implementation of the surgical safety checklist and measures of its impact, and (10) constituents of quality nursing care.


These research priorities provide the structure for an intermediate-term research agenda for perioperative research in Africa.

Dr. Hanaa Ali Elfeky, and Dr. Fatma Shoeib Ali, "Nurses’ Practices and Perception of Delirium in the Intensive Care Units of a Selected University Hospitals in Egypt", Journal of Education and Practice, , vol. Vol 4, No 19 , pp. 61-70, 2013. delirium.pdf
Salem, M., J. Labib, A. Mahmoud, and S. Shalaby, "Nurses’ Perceptions of Patient Safety Culture in Intensive Care Units: A Cross-Sectional Study", Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 7, no. 21, pp. 3667–3672, Oct., 2019. AbstractWebsite
Osman.B.M, Elkarmalawy.E.M, Sharaa.H.M, and Elzoughby.A.F, "Nurses’ knowledge regarding oral and dental health Nurses’ knowledge regarding oral and dental health", Bioscience Research, vol. 15, issue 4, pp. 2929-2937, 2018. nurses_knowledge_regaring_oral_health_across_life_span.pdf
Shahin, M. A., W. Y. Mohamed, and M. Sayed, "Nurses’ Knowledge and Practices regarding Enteral Nutrition at the Critical Care Department of Al- Manial University Hospital in Egypt: Impact of a Designed Instructional Program", Journal of American Science, vol. 8, issue 9, 2012. Abstractcu_pdf.pdf

Patients in the critical care setting are at high risk of malnutrition due to the nature of their illness, stressors and their hyper-metabolic state. Enteral nutrition is the preferred route of nutrient administration in critically ill patient. Compared with total parenteral nutrition; the enteral route is safer, more physiologic and less expensive. As the nursing role in tube insertion, enteral feeding delivery and care is crucial, the nurses’ knowledge and practice regarding enteral nutrition will affect the patient clinical outcomes. The aim of this study was to examine the impact of a designed instructional program on the nurses’ knowledge and practices regarding enteral nutrition in the critical care department of Al-Manial University Hospital. A quasi-experimental (time series) design was used in the current study. A convenient sample of 85 nurses representing approximately all practitioner nurses at the critical care department at Al-Manial University Hospital. Data were obtained through three main tools; knowledge assessment questionnaire with the socio-demographic data sheet, observational checklist and session evaluation form. The instructional program was designed based on an extensive revision of the related materials, recent medical textbooks, studies and literature. Method; The instructional program was conducted over 21 repeated lectures during different working shifts in an average of 6 sessions per week for one month, 90 minutes each.; lectures included watching some educational videos for the practical skills related to enteral nutrition. Results revealed that the designed instructional program was having an effective, sustainable impact on improving nurses’ knowledge and practice regarding enteral nutrition in the critical care department. The study concluded that nurses had lack of knowledge and some unsafe practices regarding enteral feeding in the critical care department, however, the instructional program showed a positive impact in improving nurses’ knowledge and practice regarding enteral nutrition in the critical care department. The study recommended establishing a written updated protocol of enteral nutrition to ensure enough knowledge, unified and safe nursing practice; it’s recommended to implement this study on other hospitals in Cairo and Egypt. Moreover, the implementation of continuous education programs regarding enteral nutrition can play a part in supporting clinical practice.

Abdullah, M., W. Mohammed, and M. Ismail, "Nurses’ Knowledge and Practices about Administration of Medications via Nasogastric Tube among Critically Ill Patients,", Journal of Education and Practice, vol. 5, issue 1, pp. 147-159, 2014. maha_paper.pdf
Mohammed, W., M. Abdullah, and M. Ismail, "Nurses’ Knowledge and Practices about Administration of Medications via Nasogastric Tube among Critically Ill Patients", Journal of Education and practice, vol. 5, 2014. Abstract10736-12948-1-pb.pdf

Administering medication via enteral tube is predominantly a nursing responsibility across countries. It is important to identify what nurses actually know and do when giving enteral medication for critically ill patients to ensure patient's safety and prevent complications. The aim of this study is to assess the nurses’ knowledge and practices about administration of medications via nasogastric tube (NGT) among critically ill patients at Cairo University Hospitals. Sample consists of sixty bedside male and female nurses who are working in the different Critical and Intensive Care Units. Descriptive/exploratory research design was utilized in the current study. This study was conducted at the different Critical and Intensive Care Units at El-Manial Specialty Hospitals affiliated to Cairo University. Three tools were utilized to collect data pertinent to the study; Nasogastric medication administration nurses' knowledge questionnaire schedule, Nurses' opinionaire sheet and Nasogastric medication administration observational checklist. The nurses were interviewed for answering the knowledge questionnaire schedule and opinionaire sheet then each nurse was observed during administration of medication via NGT for three different times using nurses' observational check list. The mean of the three observations was calculated. Findings of this study shows that the majority of the studied sample were females, married and having diploma qualification as well, more than two third of them their age ranged between 26 – 45 years. More than half of them had more than 10 years of experience. All of them were having an unsatisfactory level of knowledge and practices. Results of the present study indicated that there is a gap between nurses' knowledge and practices as compared to the standard guidelines about medication administration via nasogastric tube. The study recommended that enrichment of the Critical Care nurses at El-Manial Specialty Hospital knowledge and practices related to administration of medications via nasogastric tube according to the standard guidelines will be helpful to ensure patient safety and provide cost effective care. Also replication of this study on larger probability sample at the different geographical location at Egypt is highly recommended.

Keywords: Nasogastric tube – administration of medication via nasogastric tube – critically ill patient – nurses' knowledge – nurses practices.

nahla shaaban khalil, D., D. W. youssef Mohamed, and A. A.; lecturer hussien, "Nurses’ knowledge and practice regarding implantable cardiac devices in Egypt", British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 551-557, 2015. implantable_cardiac_devices.pdf
ELSAYED., Z. M., G. O. M. A. A. A., and A. A. M., "Nurses’ Knowledge and Practice for Prevention of Infection in Burn Unit at a University Hospital: Suggested Nursing Guidelines", IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS), vol. 4, issue 4, pp. 62-69, 2015. Abstract

Abstract : Background: Infection is one of the main complications among burned patients. Nurses working with such patients must possess competencies and knowledge in order to ensure delivery of quality of care. Aim: This study was carried out to assess nurses’ knowledge and practice for prevention of infection in burn unit at a University Hospital; as well to suggest nursing guidelines according to study results. Research questions: Q1: What is the nurses' knowledge for prevention of infection in the burn unit? Q2: What is the nurses’ practice for prevention of infection in the burn unit? Research design: A descriptive /exploratory research design was utilized to answer the research questions. Sample: All nurses (20) in the burn unit at a University Hospital were enrolled in this study. Tools: Two tools were used to collect data which included: 1) demographic and nurses' knowledge assessment sheet 2) an observational checklist to assess nurses’ practice in burn unit. Results: Most of the studied sample (90%) had satisfactory level of knowledge (≥75%) and unsatisfactory level of practice (<85%) regarding infection control measures with a total mean score of (26.76 ± 6.91) and (37.35 ± 12.07) respectively. No significant relationship was found in relation to knowledge and practice of infection control measures application (r = 0.189) except environmental cleaning was found moderate positive correlation (r = 0.355). No significant relationship was found regarding total nurses' knowledge and their total practice (r = 0.201). Also there was a negative correlation between the studied sample total practice score and years of experience (r = -.482). Conclusion: Although the burned patients at high risk of developing life threatening problems as infection; most of nurses providing care for those patients have low level of practice especially application of infection control measures. Recommendation: Written guidelines, and infection control manual should be available in burn units to be known for all heath team members particularly nurses. An in-service training / continuing education must be stressed and provided for nurses working in such critical area of specialty. Also periodic estimation of infection rate and type of infection should be done in critically ill units such as burn units. Key words: Burn Injury, Nosocomial infection, Infection Control Measures, Role of Nurses.

Mansour, E. A. - H., N. Taha, M. El-Araby, and H. Younes, "Nurses' perceived job related stress and job satisfaction in two main hospitals in Riyadh city", Life Science Journal, vol. 11, issue 8, pp. 336-341, 2014.
Ebrahem, R., S. El-Din, N. Habib, and S. A. E. Kheir, Nurses' Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Nursing Informatics System in Outpatient Clinics of Children's Cancer Hospital (57357) at Cairo, , vol. 5, issue 32, 2014. Abstract

Technology in health care is increasingly becoming an integral part of the Egypt. Health care delivery system and is declared by strategists as a means whereby sustained improvement in health-care outcomes may be attained. This study was carried out aiming to assess nurses` Knowledge, attitude and practice about the nursing informatics system at out -patient clinics of Children's Cancer Hospital (57357), at Cairo. A descriptive research design will be utilized in this study was carried out in this hospital during April 2013. Sample consists of nineteen male and female nurses who are working in out-patient clinics. This study was conducted at the different out-patient clinics at Children Cancer Hospital (57357) at Cairo. Two tools were utilized to collect data pertinent to the study; one of them is a socio demographic data sheet and the second tool is a structured interview questioner schedule developed by investigator. Findings of this study showed that the majority of the sample was females and more than half of them were single. In addition to, it was found that, more than half of them academic faculties. Also, there was highly statistical significant difference between total knowledge of nursing informatics system according to total practice and total attitude of nursing informatics system. This study concluded that nurses are responsible for a substantial part of the patient record and hence are particularly affected by the computerization. The appliance of information system into nursing provides important advantages of the nursing personnel’s data and contributing to the improvement of the operating effectiveness of the nursing service. Recommendation: In Egypt (2013), nursing informatics is a new specialty and therefore should cover major sectors of the healthcare system where nurses work; this includes the clinical, administrative, research and education areas.