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Pines, A. M., Kanner, A. D.: Nurses’ burnout: lack of positive conditions and presence of negative conditions as two independent sources of stress. J. Psychosoc. Nurs. Ment. Health Serv., 1982

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multicentre cross-sectional study in Italy. Publ. Health, 2012 May 22. [Epub ahead of print] Riahi, S.: Role stress amongst nurses at the workplace: Concept analysis. J. Nurs. Manag., 2011, 19 , 721

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Authors: András Guseo and Annamária Hertelendi

] Niiyama, E., Okamura, H., Kohama, I. A., et al.: A survey of nurses who experienced trauma in the workplace: influence of coping strategies on traumatic stress. Stress Health, 2009, 25, 3–9. Szumska, I.: The

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actively in English, as did male non-MDs, while significantly fewer female non-MDs continued to publish (Breimer 2010b ; Breimer and Nilsson 2010 ). One possibility is that this drop-out is owed to female nurses not publishing after completing their PhD

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Introduction In contemporary Hungarian society, the role, competencies, social status, and opportunities of nurses have become the forefront of public and academic discourse. The complex socioeconomic status (SES) of nurses is

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workers, especially nurses, in VAP interventions, and increasing their level of knowledge on this subject, play very important roles [ 13 – 15 ]. It is reported, however, that intensive care nurses have low-level or moderate awareness, knowledge, attitude

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of the web-based WFDI telemedicine system. After installing the mobile WFDI system (RetCamShuttle, Clarity USA) in a multifunctional neonatal ambulance van in 2009, we developed the training to enable transport nurses to take bedside videos of

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. 1995 61 306 349 Carlucci, M. B., L. D. S. Duarte and V. D. Pillar. 2011. Nurse rocks influence forest expansion over

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Allen, J., Mellor, D. (2002): Work context, personal control, and burnout amongst nurses. Western Journal of Nursing Research , 24: 905–917. Büssing, A., Bissels, T., Fuchs, V., Perrar, K. M

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–178. Boccoli, E., Federici, A., Trianni, G. L., Melani, A. S. (1997): Changes of smoking habits and beliefs during nurse training: a longitudinal study. Eur. J. Epidemiol. , 13: 899–902. Bognár T., Kolosai N., Hegedűs K., Pilling J

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