Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice - 2014;27(05)

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

OCTOBER 30, 2014

[Nursing Aspects of Communication with Conscious Patients Receiving Mechanical Ventilation]

TÖREKI Noémi, SMUDLA Anikó, GONDOS Tibor

[Aim of the study: The authors aimed to represent the verbal and non-verbal communication of intensive care unit nurses and reveal the difficulties they face when communicating with conscious patients receiving mechanical ventilation. Sample and methods: The study was conducted with the participation of nurses working in three intensive care units of Semmelweis University, with the use of a questionnaire that was filled in by 59 nurses. Results: There was a significant difference in the... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

OCTOBER 30, 2014

[Contact between the polycystic ovary syndrome and the metabolic syndrome]

KISS Katalin, VÁRADYNÉ HORVÁTH Ágnes, PAKAI Annamária

[Aim of the study: The objective of my thesis was to examine the presence of metabolic syndrome with the disorder of glucose metabolism among patients diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Sample and methods: 98 female patients diagnosed with PCOS, aged 18-45, took part in the retrospective quantitative study, anthropometric data and laboratory parameters relevant to metabolic profile were analysed. We applied descriptive statistics with SPSS 17 software, as well as Chi2-test and... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

OCTOBER 30, 2014

[Health concept of nursing students (BSc)]

NÉMETH Anikó, BÁRSONYNÉ KIS Klára, LOBÁNOV-BUDAI Éva

[Aim of the study: Assessing the effect of health pedagogy and health development courses on the health concept of nursing students (BSc). The authors assumed that attending these courses will enhance the health perception of the students. Sample and methods: This follow-up study was conducted in September 2013 and in May 2014 involving second-year nursing students (N=61). Drawing and discussing the pictures provided the material for the analysis. Results: Physical, social and emotional... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

OCTOBER 30, 2014

[Application of „The Parental Belief Scale for Parents of Hospitalized Children” questionnaire in Hungarian language]

MIKLÓSI Mónika, PERCZEL FORINTOS Dóra

[Aim of the study: Beliefs about parental role and efficacy was shown to be important in adaptation to child’s hospitalization; there is a lack of adequate measure of this construct, however. Our aim was the evaluation of the Hungarian version of The Parental Belief Scale for Parents of Hospitalized Children (PBS; Melnyk, 1994) assessing parents’ beliefs about their ability to understand and predict their children’s behaviours and emotions, as well as to participate in their children’s care... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

OCTOBER 30, 2014

[The malnutrition and the possibilities of its therapy in childhood]

GELENCSÉR Erzsébet

[Malnutrition is a very important clinical condition in pediatrics. However, undernutrition as negative impact on length hospital stay, risk of infection and health care costs. Moerver, it also effects the cognitive development of children. STONG is an easy-to use screening tool that can be recorded in a few minutes, and it does not require special knowledge measurement or follow-up. In Kaposi Mór Hospital (Kaposvár) the risk of malnutrition was assessed by STRONG nutritonal risk screening tool... tovább »