Aleksandra Gaworska-Krzeminska RN, MSc, PhD,Associate Professor Dr., Department of Management in Nursing, Chair Department of Nursing, Vice Dean Faculty of Health Sciences, Medical University of Gdansk, Poland. Vice President of the Polish Nurses Association. Chairperson of the scientific journal "Nursing Topics, a co-author of the first book for nursing students about ICNP in Poland. Author biography 2: Hanna Grabowska RN, MSc, PhD, Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing, Medical University of Gdansk, Poland. A member of the Council e-health in Nursing and the Polish Nursing Association. Deputy Editor-in-Chief "Nursing Topics", a co-author of the first book for nursing students about ICNP in Poland.The author of many scientific publications, specializing in internal medicine. Author biography 3: Dorota Kilanska RN, MSc, PhD, Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, Nursing Department of Social and Management in Nursing, Medical University of Lodz, Poland. Chairman of the Council e-health in Nursing and the Polish Nursing Association. Director of the Accredited Centre for Research and Development ICNP in Poland. Director European Nursing Research Foundation (ENRF). A co-author of the first book for nursing students about ICNP in Poland.
Nurses all around the world, to be able to compare results of their practice, should be using a unified classification. One of those classifications is ICNP. In Poland, nursing programs are offered by universities whose activities are regulated by the legal acts adopted by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The current educational standards are interconnected with learning outcomes related to knowing and applying international classifications of nursing practice. Aim. The aim of this study was to analyze the learning process of nursing students within the basics of nursing course in their first year of undergraduate programs.
Chien-Yu Hsu is a RN of Division of General Surgery in Cathay General Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
The aim of this study was to investigate the correlation and prediction of psychosocial distress and sleep quality during the diagnosis of suspected colorectal abnormalities. Method: This was a correlation study. A consecutive sample of 140 people from the Colo-rectal Surgery department clinics in a medical center in the north of Taiwan participated in this study. They were at least 20 years old, with colorectal abnormal foci or positive in colorectal cancer screening, but no history of colorectal cancer. A structured questionnaire was used to investigate the psychosocial distress and sleep quality during the diagnosis. Multiple linear regression analysis was performed with SPSS 20.0 software.