The need for security and guidelines was the primary conclusion of their study. Leadership in nursing: The importance of recognising inherent values and attributes to secure a positive future for the profession.
This common use of messaging or texting between and among care providers necessitates the need for applications that can facilitate the adherence to security of digital messages.
Keeping protected health information PHI private is facilitated by security provided in software built for the purpose of secure texting. A pilot study exploring the relationship between the use of mobile technologies, walking distance, and clinical decision making among rural hospital nurses.
Establishes a compassionate environment by providing emotional, psychological, and spiritual support to patients, friends, and families. Equally, the person may not come to you with questions, preferring to keep them to him or herself, or discuss with another person of their choosing.
DESIGN: An exploratory mixed-methods design was used involving individual interviews with participants to investigate their responses to hypothetical medicine administration scenarios.
The concept of leadership is a complex and multi-dimensional phenomenon; research conducted for over a century concludes that although it is one of the most observed concepts, no universally accepted definition or theory of leadership actually exists. After 10 years in direct care for patients, she assumed leadership positions in several hospitals across Texas.
When it is recognised by nurses and doctors that a person may be dying, you then need to communicate this in a sensitive and compassionate way to the person and those close to them. Hospitals making significant investments in smartphone-based communications.
When examining the means of the responses Figure 2it appeared that the nurses in this study were somewhat ambivalent about the use of secured texting applications to ease the burden of patient care by facilitating communication from the bedside.
Developing an instrument to measure the adoption of mobile services.
These items were grouped into six constructs: a perceived usefulness, b perceived ease of use, trust, d personal initiatives and characteristics, e context, and f intention to use.