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16
MAY
2015

Intercultural effective approach of families with different cultures by health professionals

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The diversity of the national and global population, such as economic migrants, refugees, asylum-seekers and others, entrusts health professionals with health promotion and nursing care provision to individuals, groups and families coming from different cultures. Providing high...
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16
MAY
2015

The economical crisis and consequences to health. Suggetions

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Introduction: The economical crisis is accompanied by phenomena such as the unemployment, the economical misery of the population, the weakening of the health care system, the increase of specific diseases’ prevalence and the overall unreleased of the health care system in a...
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16
MAY
2015

The influence of global financial crisis on health systems and the proposed health policies at national and international level

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Introduction: The global financial crisis and the recession that follows it, burden particularly on citizens and the health system in countries that will suffer through the vicious circle that created by rising unemployment, loss of health insurance, reduction of income failure...
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16
MAY
2015

Epilepsy-aims & nursing care interventions in epileptic episode.

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Introduction: According to the World Health Organization (WHO), up 50 million people worldwide, equivalent to the rate of at least 50 per 100,000 general population will develop epilepsy at any time of their life. This is a common neurological disorder which occurs in 0.5 to 0.8%...
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16
MAY
2015

Society organisation models, perception of illness and policy implementation

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Introduction: This paper refers to two different approaches to the concepts of health and illness, the dominant biomedical model on the one hand and the perspective of public health and health sociology on the other. Purpose: The presentation of the biomedical model which...
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16
MAY
2015

Nurses knowledge of basic life support in Greek pediatric departments

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Introduction: Emergency pediatric problems which need immediate intervention from health professionals are not infrequent. Usually, the first person who deals with these potential fatal incidents and has to act instantly is the nurse. Aim: It was to investigate the knowledge of...
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16
MAY
2015

Investigation of the incidence of tuberculosis in Greece

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Introduction: During the recent years, the incidence of tuberculosis has increased worldwide. Aim of this study is to investigate the incidence of tuberculosis and the personal and clinical characteristics of patients who were diagnosed with the disease during the years...
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16
MAY
2015

Designing of an edicational programme for nurses and nursing students to ensure the deaf’s right to health care

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Acknowledgements: We would like to thank mr Nikolaos Galanis, prof Panagiota Sourtzi, mr Konstantinos Galanis, ms. Maria Tsekoura, ms Fotini Skafida, mr Georgios Kampouroglou for their contribution to the pilot testing of the educational programme. Introduction: Deaf sign...
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09
JAN
2012

Accidents in Hospitalised Children: A Retrospective Study in a Paediatric Research Hospital in Northern Italy

ABSTRACT Aim: The aim of our study was to assess accidents in hospitalised children and define the main features of paediatric patients at risk for accidents. Methods: Data were collected using the medical reports of hospitalised children who experienced accidents provided by the...
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