The aim of this study was to measure feelings toward older people among nursing students and registered nurses a convenience sample of 151 undergraduate nursing students and 41 registered nurses. Attitudes of nurses towards people living with hiv/aids have long been scrutinized studies show that some nurses have negative attitudes and are reluctant to provide care to people with hiv/aids, resulting in poorer quality nursing support being provided. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to explore the knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes of undergraduate student nurses toward homeless people in order to develop an intervention to change perceptions and improve therapeutic interactions.
Background: human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (hiv/aids) has become one of the significant public health problems in the world research regarding hiv/aids among nursing professionals is limited from india aim: the aim was to assess nursing student's knowledge and attitude toward people living with hiv/aidsmethods: a descriptive cross-sectional design was. Nurse teachers’ and student nurses’ attitudes towards caring the older people in a province of greece anna deltsidou 1 , eftihia gesouli- voltyraki 1 , dimos mastrogiannis 2 , marianna mantzorou 3 . In this study, the attitudes of student nurses from kerman and bam in iran towards death and caring for dying patients were compared two types of questionnaire were used: the dap-r (death attitude profile revised) and fatcod (frommelt attitude towards caring for dying patients.
Discussion this study aims to investigate the attitude of student nurses toward people with disabilities and demographic variables (age, school type, income status, prior knowledge about disabled people, personal contact, and giving care) that mostly influence this attitude. Of the published articles that describe students' involvement in research in classroom and clinical settinga, few of these have analyzed changes in student attitudes toward research. Nurses’ attitudes toward elderly people and knowledge of gerontic care in a mult-purpose health service (mphs) prue mellor, rn, mn, managing director, age concern pty ltd.
In order to help student nurses attain a positive attitude toward the field of gerontology, a course was designed to provide student nurses with a fundamental knowledge concerning normal changes. Attitudes, and practices of physicians and nurses towards pc in lebanon, and to assess the need and model for service delivery results showed that the response rate was 32% 51% for nurses and 13% for physicians. Research suggests that community attitudes towards people with disabilities are negative and affect quality of life and opportunities (gething, 1992 wright, 1983) a negative attitude is defined as one which sets people with disabilities apart as being different from others, with the usual. That involved student nurses, their education and their attitudes towards disabled people (gething, 1992 johnston & dixon, 2003) a number of themes were identified in the literature reviewed.
It is important to understand nursing students’ knowledge and attitudes towards people living with hiv (plhiv) because the educational preparation of nurses has been known to affect the attitudes of the nurse and the effectiveness of the care provided to plhiv. Background: nurses care for disabled people in societyobjectives: the aim of this experimental study was to investigate the effect of disability empathy activities on strengthening the positive attitudes of nursing students towards disabled peopledesign: an experimental study. This literature review identifies and explores the attitudes of nurses and student nurses towards people who are homeless, and the subsequent impact that such attitudes may have on the quality of care. The impact of practical nursing students’ attitudes toward caring for older adults was addressed, in an effort to substantiate the significance of the study research has found that student nurses hold both positive attitudes (aday & campbell.
Background the purpose of this study was to describe the knowledge of russian nursing students regarding hiv and acquired immuno-deficiency syndrome (aids), and their attitudes towards caring for people/patients living with hiv or aids (plwha - people living with hiv/aids) and their possible homophobic attitudes. The attitudes of nurses towards mentally ill people in a general hospital setting in durban tr mavundla and lr uys abstract a quantitative survey was undertaken to on student nurses’ attitudes towards psychiatric clients and self-awareness in relation to others.
The attitude of a nurse is very important it can affect all the people around her including the patients and the health professionals this article gives a list of the attitudes that a nurse should have and which will help in successful nursing practice. The findings indicated that the student nurses held an overall negative attitude towards mental illness, with a general perception that mentally ill people are dangerous the student nurses were divided in their opinions in a number of areas, suggesting a possible conflict of opinions. By adhering to this set of values, nurses have developed a caring attitude towards their patients and families these set values further provide the benchmark for critical thinking and decision making in the course of practicing nursing. The structured attitude scale to assess the attitude of nurses towards nursing profession was used to assess attitude of nursing students results: the majority of nursing students 624 (9083%) have a favorable attitude towards nursing.