Knowledge and practices of staff nurses

According to Vanagas et al. Most of the skill is performed without thinking because the person requires less attention to basics. To determine the demographic profile of the staff nurses and midwives at the Gregorio T. Furthermore, for civil status and level of knowledge, the chi value is 2. Because of this, older nurses, or those who have had years of experience tend to be the one being employed abroad where salaries are higher, leaving behind the younger nurses until they too can gain years of experience and also be employed abroad.

The predominance of young nurses in this study can be explained by the escalating demand of nurses from developed countries such as the U.

A question on a non-foodborne agent of special interest for healthcare workers, hepatitis B virus HBVwas added. For safe work practices, the respondents are considered to have a highly positive attitude to universal precautions with an average mean of 3.

In other words, greater the satisfaction stronger will be the motive to learn. Lluch Memorial Hospital and likewise, to the nurse supervisors, staff nurses, requesting permission to conduct the study in the aforementioned hospital to ensure cooperation throughout the study.

On arrival at the ward level, a random checking to ensure that food is served at the correct temperature is performed by the nursing staff. Training and education have been found to be of paramount importance to developing awareness among health care workers, as well as improving adherence to good clinical practice.

This principle advises health care workers to always assume that all "blood and body fluids" are infectious for blood-borne diseases. Confidentiality of the answers was also warranted.

The methodology used includes journals, interviews, surveys, statistical analysis and other research techniques that is relevant to the purpose of this research study.

Nurses who had a negative attitude towards prevention of needle-stick injuries were nearly two times more likely to have needle-stick injuries than those with a positive attitude. Furthermore, job stresses are high among married individuals.

Statement number 1, "I prefer to wear gloves where it is reasonably anticipated that I will have contact with blood, other potentially infectious materials, non-intact skin and mucous membranes," elicited the most positive responses with a mean of 3.

For age and level of practices on universal precaution, the chi value is 0. Level of Practices on Universal Precautions Table 4 presents the level of practices on universal precaution of the staff nurses. Finally, the use personal protective equipment category elicited an average mean of 3.

The educator must obey the tastes and interests of his pupils. The two hospitals are contracted out to an external caterer under the regulations in force in Italy and the additional conditions specified by the hospital board.

Promoting and applying these caring values in our practice is not only essential to our own health, as nurses, but its significance is also fundamentally tributary to finding meaning in our work.

In fact, Watson is one of the few nursing theorists who consider not only the cared-for but also the caregiver. For this category, statement number 4, "I know that face and eye protection must be worn when splashes, sprays or droplets of blood or other potentially infectious materials pose as hazards to the eyes, nose and mouth," elicited the largest number of agreement from the respondents with a mean of 3.

Teaching, therefore, must be pleasing. These practices are commonly referred to as universal precautions or body substance isolation. In the health care setting, blood-borne pathogen transmission occurs predominantly by percutaneous or mucosal exposure of workers to the blood or body fluids of infected patients.

Abstract Background Food hygiene in hospital poses peculiar problems, particularly given the presence of patients who could be more vulnerable than healthy subjects to microbiological and nutritional risks.

The data shows that the staff nurses highly tend to respond positively to the universal precaution guidelines with a general mean of 3. Many examples of this case are found in case of human learning.

Philippine Country Case Study. Pender was also used.This study was conducted to assess the knowledge and practices of bed sore prevention among staff nurses working in a selected hospital of India.

Materials and Methods A hospital based exploratory study was conducted among the staff nurses’ working in general and special wards of Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana.

Knowledge and Practice of Nursing Staff towards Infection Control Measures in the Palestinian Hospitals A survey of doctors’ and nurses’ knowledge, attitude and compliance with infection control guidelines control measures was conducted in artificially ventilated patients in Egypt to assess nurses' practices regarding.

Aug 20,  · With this background, the present study was undertaken to assess the level of knowledge and attitude among residents and staff nurses of PCMS & RC, Bhopal regarding hand hygiene practices and also to identify gaps in knowledge and poor attitudes regarding hand hygiene practices among residents and staff nurses to.

An Investigation of Nurses' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Regarding Disinfection Procedures in Italy. Knowledge and Practices regarding Advanced To assess the knowledge and practices of advanced patient care, correlation between knowledge and practice among staff nurses working in a tertiary.

Food safety in hospital: knowledge, attitudes and practices of nursing staff of two hospitals in Sicily, Italy This survey provides information and reveals many critical features about the knowledge, attitudes and practices of nurses occupied as food service staff in two hospitals in Palermo, Italy.

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