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COVID-19 outbreak management in a mental healthcare setting

An outbreak has been defined as two or more confirmed cases of COVID-19, or clinically suspected cases of COVID-19, among individuals associated with a specific setting with onset dates within 14 days...

Indonesian nursing students' intention to accept COVID-19 vaccines: an online, multicentre survey

Vaccine hesitancy has been a global concern for several decades, and the situation is more difficult with COVID-19 immunisation, owing to the infodemic and confirmation bias around the disease (Dror...

Increased risk of transurethral and suprapubic catheter self-extraction in COVID-19 patients: real-life experience

A total of 472 patients were hospitalised because of COVID-19 disease in the hospital during the evaluated period. Group A consisted of 48 patients, predominantly males (77%), with 9/48 patients...

Service evaluation of a COVID-19 critical care orientation programme

Critical care areas faced particular challenges during the pandemic (Anandaciva, 2020). In the early stages of the pandemic, recognising the need to increase the nursing workforce, many hospitals...

Systemic lupus erythematosus: overview, management and COVID-19

Due to the complexity and heterogeneity of the disease, SLE demands a meticulous history, extensive physical examination and specific laboratory assessments. Common constitutional symptoms include...

If the public can vaccinate, why not students? Review of a student nurse placement in a mass vaccination centre

In December 2020, as part of an ongoing review of placements within one established partner organisation, the potential learning opportunities within an MVC were discussed. These were identified as...

Learning to live with COVID and looking to the future

“The past few years have been a struggle for all healthcare workers, but they have kept services running despite having to cope with staff isolating because of COVID” .

Helping survivors of abuse to cope with anxieties triggered during the pandemic

The wearing of face coverings in shops and supermarkets became mandatory in the UK on 24 July 2020, shortly followed by their mandated use across many sectors and settings, with the failure to comply...

Developing the nursing research agenda during the COVID-19 pandemic

Because of the unique characteristics of COVID-19, there is a need to better understand the sociodemographic, clinical and symptom profile of patients, which will eventually inform nursing...

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