Resultados: 972

Infant stimulation reduces weight loss and increases breastfeeding: a randomized controlled trial

Invest. educ. enferm; 40 (1), 2022
Objective. The study aimed to measure the effect of auditory, tactile, visual, and vestibular (ATVV) stimulation therapy on sucking effectiveness (SE), infant-feeding mode, weight, height, and head circumference (HC) of full-term infants. Methods. A single-blinded randomized trial with a sample of 107 mo...

Male Nursing Students’ Perception of Gender Barriers in Nursing Curricula in an Iranian University of Medical Sciences

Invest. educ. enferm; 40 (1), 2022
Objective. The present study aimed to determine male nursing students’ perception of gender barriers in nursing curricula. Methods. This descriptive study was conducted on 150 B.Sc. and M.Sc. nursing students at Tabriz School of Nursing and Midwifery, Tabriz university of medical sciences, Tabriz, Ira...

The effect of Teach-back method education on the control of asthma and family care pressure of patients in Iran

Invest. educ. enferm; 40 (1), 2022
Objective. To investigate the effect of teach-back education on patient asthma control and family care pressure of patients with asthma. Methods. The present study is a clinical trial and the study population was patients referred to Shahid Faghihi and Shahid Motahhari clinics in Shiraz, Iran. 58 patient...

The Low Voices: Quality, Ethics, and Reach of Qualitative Data*

Invest. educ. enferm; 40 (1), 2022
It may be stated that qualitative texts harbour a set of voices that, as if they were drawings, seek to sensitize and,ultimately– transform those who listen to them. These voices come from participants in studies, from ourselves, researchers, and from others who have preceded us and who speak to us fr...

Relationship between Spiritual Intelligence and Professional Self-concept among Iranian Nurses

Invest. educ. enferm; 39 (3), 2021
Objective. To determine the relationship between spiritual intelligence (SI) and professional self-concept (PSC) among Iranian nurses. Methods. This is a correlation study. A convenience sampling method was used and 344 nurses were selected from hospitals of Jahrom University of Medical Sciences. Data co...

Self-perception of nurses’ competence in family assessment and intervention

Invest. educ. enferm; 39 (3), 2021
Objective. To describe nurses’ self-perception of competence in family assessment and intervention. Methods. A sample of 551 Portuguese primary care nurses was selected. A Likert-type questionnaire with 11 items corresponding to the areas of care proposed by the Dynamic Model of Family Assessment and I...

Measurement of Practices-Knowledge-Attitudes of the Nursing Process: Systematic Review

Invest. educ. enferm; 39 (3), 2021
Objective. To analyze the literature available on the psychometric properties of the instruments to measure knowledge, attitudes, and practices of the nursing care process. Methods. This was a narrative-type review conducted by following the recommendations of the PRISMA declaration. The search strategy ...

Nursing Professionals within the Intergenerational Context during the 20th and 21st Centuries: an Integrative Review

Invest. educ. enferm; 39 (3), 2021
Objective. To describe the generational differences and similarities existing among nursing professionals of the 20th and 21st centuries and how these have influenced on the evolution of the profession. Methods. Integrative review according to the methodology by Whittemore and Knafl. The key words used f...

Poor glycemic control and associated factors in diabetic people attending a reference outpatient clinic in Mato Grosso, Brazil

Invest. educ. enferm; 39 (3), 2021
Objective. To identify the proportion of poor of glycemic control and associated factors among people with type 2 diabetes attending a regional reference outpatient clinic in Mato Grosso (Brazil). Methods. This is a cross-sectional quantitative study based on data from medical records of 338 people with ...