Journal of Nursing and Practice

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 ISSN: 2578-7071

Journal of Nursing and Practice

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Research Article Pages 351-356

Nurses Contributions to the Health Dimensions of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals

Authors: Philip Dekontee Davis RN, MSN Edu

Abstract: This paper aims to describe nurses’ worldwide contributions to the health dimensions of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. Valuable lesson learned from the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in Liberia are detailed to enhance the current COVID-19 mitigation strategy. An overview of EVD and the economic and political environment in Liberia are derived, followed by illustration of the eventually effective approach to EVD mitigation. Specifically

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Review Article Pages 345-350

SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Hospitalization in Light of Kolcaba’s Theory of Comfort in Nursing: A Literature Review

Authors: Cameron Albright BScN, RN, CMSN(C)

Abstract: The pandemic has imparted complex threats to patients hospitalized with SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) and nursing scholars have identified impaired comfort as a critical patient response secondary to this viral illness. Patient comfort is considered an essential element of quality care that positively influences health, healing, and recovery. ‘Comfort’ in nursing is conceptualized by Dr. Kolcaba’s middle-range Comfort Theory of physical, psycho- spiritual, sociocultural, and environmental comfort needs that guide nursing care.

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Research Article Pages 339-344

Adherence to National Asthma Guidelines in a Pediatric Outpatient Clinic: Why Periodic Education Improves Adherence

Authors: Keshavan Kodandapani, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, Patricia Alpert, DrPH, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, PNP-BC, CNE, FAANP, Chad L Cross, PhD, PStat(R), David Parks, MD, Sanjay Kandoth, MD, Dianne Yusi, MD and Judi Moran

Abstract: A pre- post-chart audits of 50 asthmatics assessed provider documentation for asthma classification and treatment according to national guidelines. Once baseline electronic medical records (EMR) audit was conducted the healthcare providers and clinic staff received training on the use of asthma diagnosis and treatment national guidelines. A post-training EMR chart audit (3-months after the training) was conducted for a pre-post-training comparison.

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Review Article Pages 334-338

Reframing Therapeutic Nursing Relationships in Acute Care Using the CTNR-A Model

Authors: Cameron Albright, BScN, RN, CMSN(C) and Lisa Doucet, MN, RN

Abstract: A high nurse-patient ratio exists in acute care settings in which a team-based care delivery is utilized to optimize patient care flow efficiency. Within this structure, nurse-patient relationships exist in an individualistic context. Over time, nursing has drifted towards a more task-focused approach which challenges nurses to consistently achieve relational aspects of care in a team-based nursing care delivery model.

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Research Article Pages 327-333

Experiences and Perspectives of the Burn Survivors: Inputs for Protocol Development

Authors: Maria Jelyn S Garcia BSN, MAN and Jibin Kunjavara MSN, MBA

Abstract: Burn is one of the major culprits in causing morbidity, prolonged hospitalization, disfigurement, and disability to the burn survivors. Several studies have suggested various interventions and management for these burn care challenges. These interventions need to take a holistic perspective of the burn incident and its multiple ramifications, involving the pre- and post-mental health effects, family and significant others' support and most notably

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Research Article Pages 319-326

Community Focus Groups Inform Culturally Sensitive Nursing Telehealth Training Curriculum Development

Authors: Mayra S Rascón, Cathleen M Deckers, Mara Bird, Natalia Gatdula, Kathleen M McDermott, and Christine B Costa

Abstract: Racial and ethnic minority youth and young adults experience disparities in mental health treatment. This study assessed mental healthcare needs among young adults to align graduate psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) clinical training to community needs when practicing tele-psychiatry.

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Review Article Pages 309-318

Learning Nursing During the Covid-19 Pandemic; Teacher-Support is Exceptionally Important

Authors: Hanne Torbergsen, Britt Karin Utvær, Tove Engan Paulsby and Gørill Haugan

Abstract: The Covid-19 pandemic affects both students and teachers with its sudden change in study design, causing students studying remotely at home with much uncertainty, and minor relatedness. By only use of digital tools, teachersupport has possibly worsened, affecting students’ motivation, study-effort and learning.

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