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  • Engagement of nurses in their profession. Qualitative study on engagement. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2017 Apr 12
  • García-Sierra R, Fernández-Castro J, Martínez-Zaragoza F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Having high engagement does not mean ignoring the negative aspects of work and organizations. Nurses who maintain high engagement are also affected by the negative aspects, however the assessment of positive aspects such as enjoying the work, the meaning of being a nurse, reward and autonomy enable the process of depletion of engagement to be overcome. In view of the findings, we propose reconceptualising the construct, taking the features of nursing into account.
  • Crisis in the health sector: Impact on nurses' working conditions. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2017 Apr 10
  • Granero-Lázaro A, Blanch-Ribas JM, … Escayola-Maranges AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The perceived impact of the crisis showed a triple negative component: Pay cut, work overload and job insecurity. As a combined effect of this multiple trend, the nurses acknowledged a deterioration in their working conditions and quality of working life.
  • Characteristics of the Downton fall risk assessment scale in hospitalised patients. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2017 Apr 08
  • Bueno-García MJ, Roldán-Chicano MT, … Berenguer-García N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The data on the incidence of falls (0.51%) are similar to those found in other studies. Poor scores obtained on the Downton Index should serve as a wakeup call for the healthcare institutions. An assessment tool that classifies the at-risk patient should be included in patient safety profiles, provided it is of relevant validity to cover any changes in the patient's situation, and acts as a better yardstick than the nurses' own assessment.
  • Quality of blood pressure measurement in community health centres. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2017 Mar 29
  • Sandoya-Olivera E, Ferreira-Umpiérrez A, Machado-González F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The main flaws in the procedure were the operator. The measurement of blood pressure is a manoeuvre that healthcare professionals perform thousands of times a year. If the measurement is used for the diagnosis and/or chronic management of arterial hypertension, not systematically applying the established recommendations leads to an inappropriate care of a very significant number of patients.
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