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Exploring secondary traumatic stress experienced by nurses working in mental health service in Rwanda.
It has been suggested that a unique feature of some mental health nurses' work is exposure through their role as therapists to clients' descriptions of, and reactions to, trauma, and that these experiences may actually ...
Responsiveness of nursing education programmes at Lilitha Nursing College to the needs of the Eastern Cape Population.
Background: Reviewed literature revealed a number of responses to the calls to reform nursing education to respond to the priority health needs of the country. The 1997 National Health Care Policy served as the basis for ...
Exploring phenomena overcrowding in the context of CHUK emergency department in Rwanda : nurses perspective.
Emergency department overcrowding is a growing problem worldwide including Rwanda. Literature shows that this problem has an impact on the functioning of the health care system and the quality of care provided. Research ...
Exploring the factors that contribute to job satisfaction among registered nurses at King Faisal Hospital, Kigali, Rwanda.
AIM: The aim of the study is to explore the factors that contribute to job satisfaction among registered nurses at KFH and to determine factors associated with job dissatisfaction among registered nurses at KFH. METHODOLOGY: ...
Evaluation of a protocol to control methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in a surgical cardiac intensive care unit.
Introduction. MRSA is a major healthcare problem with particular relevance to morbidity and mortality in ICU (Byers & Decker 2008). Due to the increased infection risks associated with cardiac surgery, MRSA screening and ...