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zhonghua lao dong wei sheng zhi ye bing za zhi = zhonghua laodong weisheng zhiyebing zazhi = chinese journal of industrial hygiene and occupational diseases
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 Domestic and Family Violence in Post-Conflict Communities: International Human Rights Law and the State's Obligation to Protect Women and Children.
 The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize and the Doomsday Clock - The End of Nuclear Weapons or the End of Us?
 Social workers can help older adults prepare for and respond to natural and man-made emergencies.
 "I didn't realise they had such a key role." Impact of medical education curriculum change on medical student interactions with nurses: a qualitative exploratory study of student perceptions.
 Expectations of healthcare quality: A cross-sectional study of internet users in 12 low- and middle-income countries.
 Impact of self-efficacy on the self-leadership of nursing preceptors: The mediating effect of job-embeddedness.
 Drivers and barriers in the practice of health-specific leadership: A qualitative study in healthcare.
 Perceived Importance and Performance of Clinical Leadership in Practice: a cross-sectional study of Nurses and Midwives of all grades.
 Risk of Endometriosis and Subsequent Ovary and Breast Cancers in Nurses: A Population-Based Cohort Study in Taiwan.
 Cambodia's health professionals and the ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangements: registration, education and mobility.
 Characteristic CT features of pheochromocytomas - probability model calculation tool based on a multicentric study.
 Teamwork and clinician burnout in Swiss intensive care: the predictive role of workload, and demographic and unit characteristics.
 Nurses' negative affective states, moral disengagement, and knowledge hiding: The moderating role of ethical leadership.
 Relationship between authentic leadership and nurses' intent to leave: The mediating role of work environment and burnout.
 Role of Job Satisfaction and Work Environment on the Organizational Commitment of Nurses: A Cross-Sectional Study.
 Why are Chinese workers so unhappy? A comparative cross-national analysis of job satisfaction, job expectations, and job attributes.
 Good clinical support transforms the experience of new graduates and promotes quality care: A qualitative study.
 Learning from the experience of peer support facilitators and study nurses in diabetes peer support: A qualitative study.
 A gap between the philosophy and the practice of palliative healthcare: sociological perspectives on the practice of nurses in specialised palliative homecare.
 Mitigating effect of perceived organizational support on stress in the presence of workplace ostracism in the Pakistani nursing sector.
 Randomized control trial of Tools of the Mind: Marked benefits to kindergarten children and their teachers.
 Development of an empowerment model for burnout syndrome and quality of nursing work life in Indonesia.
 Uncovering a health and wellbeing gap among professional nurses: situated experiences of direct care nurses in two Canadian cities.
 [Validity and Reliability of the Clinical Teaching Behavior Inventory (CTBI) for Nurse Preceptors in Korea].
 What Do Nurses Need to Practice Effectively in the Hospital Environment? An Integrative Review With Implications for Nurse Leaders.
 A cross-sectional study exploring the relationship between burnout, absenteeism, and job performance among American nurses.
 A mixed methods study to evaluate the effects of a teamwork enhancement and quality improvement initiative on nurses' work environment.
 Characteristics of joint displays illustrating data integration in mixed-methods nursing studies.
 Psychosocial work environment and cross-cultural competence among native and foreign-born registered nurses.
 [The participation of italian nurses in the spanish civil war (1936-1939): identity, ideals and motivations].
 The association between cross-cultural competence and well-being among registered native and foreign-born nurses in Finland.
 A comparison of the earnings of specialist physicians and nurses before and after implementing the Iran's New Tariffs Book.
 Structural empowerment is a strong predictor of organisational commitment in nurses: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
 Integrative review; identifying the evidence base for policymaking and analysis in health care.
 A coordinated preventive care approach for healthy ageing in five European cities: A mixed methods study of process evaluation components.
 Nurses' perceptions of systems and hierarchies shaping their responses to child abuse and neglect.
 Perspectives of Registered Nurses on refugee healthcare in Lebanon and Jordan (PROfILE): A multi-site cross-sectional study protocol.
 Use of simulated patients to assess hypertension case management at public healthcare facilities in South Africa.
 Quality Assurance in Nursing Education: A Qualitative Study Involving Students and Newly Graduated Nurses.
 Psychosocial Work-Related Hazards and Their Relationship to the Quality of Life of Nurses-a Cross-Sectional Study.
 A nurse-led self-management support intervention for patients and informal caregivers facing incurable cancer: A feasibility study from the perspective of nurses.
 A High Proportion of Patients Have Unfulfilled Sexual Expectations After TKA: A Prospective Study.
 The relationship amongst nurses' perceived organizational justice, work consciousness, and responsibility.
 Performance management methods and practices among nurses in primary health care settings: a systematic scoping review protocol.
 Pancreatic grade 3 neuroendocrine tumors behave similarly to neuroendocrine carcinomas following resection: a multi-center, international appraisal of the WHO 2010 and WHO 2017 staging schema for pancreatic neuroendocrine lesions.
 It Totally Possibly Could Be: How a Group of Military Physicians Reflect on Their Clinical Reasoning in the Presence of Contextual Factors.
 [Dealing with psychological distress by healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemia].
 Spotlight on equality of employment opportunities: A qualitative study of job seeking experiences of graduating nurses and physiotherapists from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
 A Phone Call Away: New York's Hotline And Public Health In The Rapidly Changing COVID-19 Pandemic.
 Staffing Up For The Surge: Expanding The New York City Public Hospital Workforce During The COVID-19 Pandemic.
 Workarounds Emerging From Electronic Health Record System Usage: Consequences for Patient Safety, Effectiveness of Care, and Efficiency of Care
 a nursing staff model: the impact in nursing care / un modelo de personal de enfermería: el impacto en la atencion de enfermería
 do positive relations with patients play a protective role for healthcare employees? effects of patients’ gratitude and support on nurses’ burnout.
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 a qualidade de vida relacionada com a saÃºde de doentes com doenÃ§a pulmonar obstrutiva crÃ³nica e asma avaliada pelo sgrq
 leadership styles and personal and professional profile of intensive care unit nurses estilos de liderazgo y perfil profesional de enfermeros de una unidad de cuidados intensivos estilos de liderança e perfil profissional de enfermeiros em unidade de terapia intensiva
 representaÇÃo social de enfermeiros e acadÊmicos de enfermagem sobre a percepÇÃo dos riscos laborais a que estÃo expostos em unidades de atenÇÃo Á saÚde
 organization-based self-development prescriptive model for the promotion of professional development of iranian clinical nurses
 palliative benefits of the multimodality approach in the re-treatment of recurrent malignant glioma: two case reports
 Relationship between the social support and psychological resilience levels perceived by nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic: A study from Turkey.
 domestic violence against nurses by their marital partners: a facility-based study at a tertiary care hospital
 an integrated intervention for increasing clinical nurses’ knowledge of hiv/aids-related occupational safety
 the importance of monitoring nurses' workplace satisfaction of nurses for the well-being of all employees in nursing
 association between nurses' personality characteristics and their attitude toward the older adults