Nursing and Society

Edited by
September 2021
422 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1724-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1723-0 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Nursing and Society that was published in

Environmental & Earth Sciences
Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare

The year 2020 is considered by the World Health Organization to be the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. This book supports the visibility of the contribution of nurses to society. We have included 30 articles on high-quality original research or reviews that provide solid new discoveries that expand current knowledge.

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chronic pain; hallux valgus; musculoskeletal diseases; psychology; learning management system; higher education; nursing; data mining; career development; counselling; cultural perspective; decision-making process; East Asian perspective; filial piety; nursing education; nursing shortage; nursing student; turnover; social support; patient satisfaction; chronic disease; chronic pain; family; homeless; nursing; parenting; parents; vulnerable population; workplace violence; mental healthcare nurses; secondary traumatic stress; burnout; nursing license; job demands; job control; social support; work–life balance; nurses; nurse manager; competence; core competencies; governance; leadership; nurses; nursing research; Delphi method; consensus; Spain; Alzheimer’s disease; comorbidity; older adults; elderly; fibromyalgia; stigma; illness uncertainty; scoping review; qualitative research; happiness; job crafting; nurses; work environment; nurses; turnover intention; hierarchical clustering; fatigue; sleep; clinical skills; COVID-19; healthcare providers; implementation; interpersonal skills; perception; qualitative research; telemedicine; training; video consultation; cardiopulmonary resuscitation; chest compression; method; experiential learning; observation; CPR; COVID-19; pandemics; students; nursing; teaching; education; distance; schools; Life Changing Events; qualitative research; clinical placements; emergency hospital service; intensive care units; nursing care; nursing education research; nursing students; nursing; circadian rhythm; chronotype; midwives; Morningness–Eveningness Questionnaire (MEQ); near misses; nurses; rhythms desynchronization; risk of medication errors; shift work; sleep; frailty; older adults; foot deformities; foot diseases; foot pain; integrated care; social care; health care; older people; comorbidity; person centered care; lumbar radiculopathy; neurodynamic tension tests; orthopedic tension tests; magnetic resonance; daylight saving time (DST); desynchronization; circadian rhythm; chronobiology; nursing; spontaneous delivery; midwifery; obstetrics; multiple sclerosis; COVID-19; physical activity; resilience; sense of coherence; coping; child; parent; congenital heart disease; heart surgery; qualitative research; content analysis; cross-border care; transitions; personal satisfaction; students; nursing; surveys and questionnaires; validation studies; nursing; primary care; workplace; quality of health care; nurse’s role; coronary disease; cardiac rehabilitation; health education; quality of life; self-care; cannabis; adolescents; stress; social network analysis; network; friendship; care pathway; integrated health care; long-term care; quality of health care; Spain; qualitative research; activities of daily living; Barthel index; SARS-CoV-2; gender-based violence; coping; abuse; survival; resilient