Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice - 2019;32(02)

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

APRIL 30, 2019

[Attendace of the wounded: A historical overview from antiquity to South Slavic war ]

HEGYI Péter hadnagy

[A series of care history reviews can be found in the journals. However, there have been few publications about the military aspect of the attendance of the wounded, so I found it important to show how it has changed, how it has developed, what has become a medical field nowadays and what its significance can be today. As a medical officer I would like to present the historic milestones of prehospital battlefield trauma from antiquity to Vietnam and South Slavic war. ]

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

APRIL 30, 2019

[Smoking habits and predicting factors of smoking cessation among health care workers ]

SZELKÓ Olajosné Katalin, SIKET Ujváriné Adrienn, SÁRVÁRY Attila, ZRÍNYI Miklós

[The aim of the study: The aims of the study were to determine the prevalence of smoking and identify factors that predict smoking cessation motivation among health workers. Material and method: Cross-sectional, self-reported survey filled out by all healthcare workers of Jósa András Teaching Hospital. Statistical analyses were performed by chi-square analysis and Mann-Whitney tests. Results: Of all responses (N =1561), 29.9% reported actively smoking, 52.0% smoked between 11-20 cigarettes a... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

APRIL 30, 2019

[A Systematic Review of nurses knowledge of Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis ]

KÓSZÓ Lilla, NAGY Erika, PAPP Anita Tímea

[Background: Due to the growing incidence of incontinence, Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis (IAD) is one of the most important health problems nowdays. The most significant challange is the differentiation of IAD and ulcer pressure. Missclassification in practice causes suboptimal prevention and therapy. Thus, in order to provide optimal care, nurses need to be able to properly differentiate between the two illnesses. Objectives: The airm of this analysis was to identify how nurses can... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

APRIL 30, 2019

Socioeconomic status and health status: mortality and morbidity

DABES Meshik Alphonsus, PAPP Katalin

There is no situation that the individual’s socioeconomic status (SES) play a huge role in the individual’s health outcomes and the health care they receive. Socioeconomic status is mostly measured by education, income and occupation. People of higher SES tend to have more knowledge on health and health behaviours, and that determined their accessibility, acceptability and affordability of health care services. Arpey et al 2017, opined that people of lower SES are more likely to have worse... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

APRIL 30, 2019

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

APRIL 30, 2019

[What does a triage nurse do? ]

BALOGH Khernné Mariann

[Emergency patient care department problems have recently come to the fore, especially in terms of waiting times and triage activity. It is still not entirely clear to society what is the triage system is, what is it good for, and who is the person, who applies the classification of patients. There is countless conflicts and tensions in the process of health services due to lack of knowledge. In Hungary, emergency departments play a prominent role in healthcare. Increased patient flow is a... tovább »