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Fidelity challenges while implementing an intervention aimed at increasing eating performance among nursing home residents with cognitive decline: A multicentre, qualitative descriptive study design (2020)
Journal Article
Palese, A., Achbani, B., Hayter, M., & Watson, R. (in press). Fidelity challenges while implementing an intervention aimed at increasing eating performance among nursing home residents with cognitive decline: A multicentre, qualitative descriptive study design. Journal of clinical nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.15507

Aims and objectives To increase the knowledge on fidelity challenges in intervention studies promoting eating independence in residents with cognitive decline living in nursing homes (NHs). Background A few studies have documented to date factor... Read More about Fidelity challenges while implementing an intervention aimed at increasing eating performance among nursing home residents with cognitive decline: A multicentre, qualitative descriptive study design.

Experiences of nurses involved in natural disaster relief: a meta‐synthesis of qualitative literature (2020)
Journal Article
Xue, C. L., Shu, Y. S., Xue, C., Shu, Y., Hayter, M., & Lee, A. (in press). Experiences of nurses involved in natural disaster relief: a meta‐synthesis of qualitative literature. Journal of clinical nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.15476

Aim To explore nurses’ experiences in natural disaster response. Background Nurses are key to disaster response. There is a growing body of qualitative research exploring this emerging nursing issue. However, there is a need to synthesise and su... Read More about Experiences of nurses involved in natural disaster relief: a meta‐synthesis of qualitative literature.

Insights from birthing experiences of fistula survivors in North-central Nigeria: Interplay of structural violence (2020)
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Laurenson, M., Dumbili, E. W., Degge, H. M., & Hayter, M. (2020). Insights from birthing experiences of fistula survivors in North-central Nigeria: Interplay of structural violence. Nursing Inquiry, 27(4), https://doi.org/10.1111/nin.12377

Obstetric Fistula is an abnormal opening between the vagina and rectum resulting from prolonged and obstructed labour. Studies indicate that delays in accessing maternal care and home birth contribute to the development of fistula. Survivors are usua... Read More about Insights from birthing experiences of fistula survivors in North-central Nigeria: Interplay of structural violence.

Predicting needlestick and sharps injuries in nursing students: Development of the SNNIP scale (2020)
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Bagnasco, A., Zanini, M., Catania, G., Watson, R., Hayter, M., Dasso, N., …Oriani, R. (2020). Predicting needlestick and sharps injuries in nursing students: Development of the SNNIP scale. Nursing Open, 7(5), 1578-1587. https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.540

© 2020 The Authors. Nursing Open published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Aim: To develop an instrument to investigate knowledge and predictive factors of needlestick and sharps injuries (NSIs) in nursing students during clinical placements. Design: Ins... Read More about Predicting needlestick and sharps injuries in nursing students: Development of the SNNIP scale.

What nursing home environment can maximise eating independence best among residents with cognitive impairment? Findings of a secondary analysis (2020)
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Palese, A., Gonella, S., Grassetti, L., Longobardi, M., De Caro, A., Achil, I., …Watson, R. (in press). What nursing home environment can maximise eating independence best among residents with cognitive impairment? Findings of a secondary analysis. Geriatric Nursing, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gerinurse.2020.03.020

To explore the influence of the Nursing Home (NH) environment on eating independence while taking into account individual and nursing care factors, was the aim of the study. A secondary analysis was performed based on data collected in a multicentr... Read More about What nursing home environment can maximise eating independence best among residents with cognitive impairment? Findings of a secondary analysis.

Enhancing independent eating among older adults with dementia: A scoping review of the state of the conceptual and research literature (2020)
Journal Article
Palese, A., Bressan, V., Hayter, M., & Watson, R. (2020). Enhancing independent eating among older adults with dementia: A scoping review of the state of the conceptual and research literature. BMC Nursing, 19(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12912-020-00425-x

Background Addressing eating difficulties among older individuals with dementia living in nursing homes requires evidence-based interventions. However, to date, there is limited evidence of effective interventions designed to maintain and/or increas... Read More about Enhancing independent eating among older adults with dementia: A scoping review of the state of the conceptual and research literature.

Positive spiritual climate supports transformational leadership as means to reduce nursing burnout and intent to leave (2020)
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Wu, X., Hayter, M., Lee, A. J., Yuan, Y., Li, S., Bi, Y., …Zhang, Y. (2020). Positive spiritual climate supports transformational leadership as means to reduce nursing burnout and intent to leave. Journal of nursing management, 28(4), 804-813. https://doi.org/10.1111/jonm.12994

Aim To explore the relationship between spiritual climate and transformational leadership, and examine their impact on nurses perceived emotional exhaustion and intentions to quit. Background Transformational leadership is known to have a signif... Read More about Positive spiritual climate supports transformational leadership as means to reduce nursing burnout and intent to leave.

Unmet nursing care needs on medical and surgical wards : a scoping review of patients’ perspectives (2019)
Journal Article
Bagnasco, A., Dasso, N., Rossi, S., Galanti, C., Varone, G., Catania, G., …Sasso, L. (2019). Unmet nursing care needs on medical and surgical wards : a scoping review of patients’ perspectives. Journal of clinical nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.15089

© 2019 John Wiley & Sons Ltd Aims and objectives: To review and synthesise research studies on surgical and medical inpatients’ perceptions on unmet nursing care needs. Background: Missed nursing care is a growing phenomenon that has been shown to... Read More about Unmet nursing care needs on medical and surgical wards : a scoping review of patients’ perspectives.