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Attitude of psychiatric nurses to de-escalation as a strategy for management of psychiatric patient aggression in a Nigerian psychiatric hospital.
Aim The aim of this study was to present an intervention and describe the response of psychiatric hospital-based South West Nigerian mental health nurses. Methods A content analysis qualitative approach, using audio ...
Experiences of primary health care nurses providing mental health care services at primary health care clinics in eThekwini South Sub-District, KwaZulu-Natal.
Primary Health Care (PHC) is a basic mechanism that brings healthcare close to the people. PHC promotes access to holistic care and improves the health of the population. The integration of mental health care into its ...
Exploring online learning experiences of postgraduate nursing education students at a selected nursing education institution in KwaZulu-Natal.
Background Online learning is becoming an indispensable complementary teaching and learning tool and has been an integral aspect of education in many tertiary institutions around the world. In nurse education and training, ...
Exploring clinical mentoring of the students in the clinical settings as perceived and experienced by the student nurses and clinical mentors in a selected nursing college campus in Durban.
Background: Within nursing and other health professional education, clinical mentorship is an integral part of students’ clinical learning experiences. Clinical mentorship is a widely relied upon strategy to ensure that ...
A pilot study to explore mental health psychosocial rehabilitation beliefs, goals and practices of registered nurses working in primary health care clinics within the eThekwini district.
Aim: To describe psychosocial rehabilitation beliefs, goals and practices of registered nurses’ working in Primary Health Care clinics in the eThekwini District. Methodology This study was based on an interpretavist ...