Resultados: 3

Social media use and health promoting lifestyle: an exploration among Indian nursing students

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. To evaluate the use of social media and the health promoting lifestyle profile of indian nursing students. Methods. A cross-sectional study was carried out with 125 students (89 undergraduate and 36 graduate) from various Nursing universities in India, who provided information on their sociode...

Perceived stress and resilience and their relationship with the use of mobile phone among nursing students

Invest. educ. enferm; 37 (3), 2019
Objective. The study sought to explore the relationship between levels of stress and resilience with the use of the mobile phone in nursing students. Methods. Cross-sectional study conducted with 102 nursing students from several Nursing schools in India who were invited to participate in the research. T...

Knowledge and perceptions of Indian primary care nurses towards mental illness

Invest. educ. enferm; 37 (1), 2019
Objective. To assess nurses’ knowledge and perceptions towards mental illness. Methods. This was a crosssectional descriptive study conducted among 126 randomly selected nurses those are working under District Mental Health program in Karnataka (India). The data was collected through self-reported ques...