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Mental health nursing and the pursuit of professional equivalence

04 June 2019

Mental Health Practice

Workforce

Mental health nursing is often regarded as a low-status occupation not only by the general public and fellow healthcare professionals, but also by fellow nurses....

Investigating the factors that influence Iranian nurses’ workplace happiness

09 February 2021

Nursing Management

Staff development

Background Employees who describe themselves as happy in their work are more likely to be motivated to fulfil their professional duties. Therefore, it is important...

How nurse leaders can support staff going through the menopause

30 December 2019

Nursing Management

Workforce

The menopause is a normal biological stage in a woman’s life that is often accompanied by physical and psychological symptoms, such as hot flushes and low mood....

Understanding the role of chaplains in supporting patients and healthcare staff

10 October 2019

Nursing Standard

nurses’ well-being

Aim To investigate attitudes towards chaplaincy in NHS Scotland, including the role of the chaplain in supporting healthcare staff. Method This was a qualitative...

Supporting staff who are second victims after adverse healthcare events

28 November 2019

Nursing Management

leadership

Healthcare delivery is challenging and complex, At some point, most healthcare professionals, including nurses, will be directly or indirectly involved in adverse...

Quality of work life and work-family conflict: a cross-sectional study among nurses in teaching hospitals

18 February 2020

Nursing Management

Workforce

Background The nursing profession is known to induce high levels of stress, and being simultaneously engaged in a stressful professional occupation and having a...

Imposter syndrome– why is it so common among nurse researchers and is it really a problem?

10 September 2020

Nurse Researcher

academic careers

Background Imposter syndrome is common among early career nurse researchers and often has a considerable impact on those affected. It can cause various problems,...

Do mindfulness interventions reduce burnout in oncology nurses? A literature review

12 July 2021

Cancer Nursing Practice

evidence and practice

Nursing patients with cancer is associated with a high level of intensity of emotional engagement, which can result in compassion fatigue and burnout, with nurses...

Insights into nurses’ precarious emotional labour in the emergency department

30 October 2020

Emergency Nurse

Workforce

Background Nurses in the emergency department (ED) work in emotionally charged situations and undertake extensive emotional labour. However, that labour is not...

Reflecting on nursing practice during the COVID-19 pandemic

05 October 2020

Nursing Standard

Reflective practice

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in significant challenges for nurses, both professionally and personally. In these unprecedented times,...