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Volume 3 September-December 2015

Volume 3 September-December 2015Volume 3 September-December 2015

Contents

Review Paper

ANXIETY OF FAMILY MEMBERS OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING SURGERY

Tsiou Chrysoula, Plakas Sotirios

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Pages: 95-105

Introduction: When a member of a family undertake surgery, family members and closed relatives are gathered outside the operating room area. Waiting outside the operating rooms is characterized by fear and uncertainty about the outcome of the operation, thus resulting in high levels of anxiety for the waiting family members and relatives. Aim: This literature review aimed to analyze the study

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Review Paper

QUALITY IN HEALTH CARE AND THE DEGREE OF SATISFACTION OF PATIENTS

Balaska Dimitra, Bitsiori Zoi

Friday, January 9, 2015

Pages: 106-120

Introduction: When a member of a family undertake surgery, family members and closed relatives are gathered outside the operating room area. Waiting outside the operating rooms is characterized by fear and uncertainty about the outcome of the operation, thus resulting in high levels of anxiety for the waiting family members and relatives. Aim: This literature review aimed to analyze

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Review Paper

BIRTH RELATED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY - NURSING INTERVENTIONS

Kokolakis Michail, Koutelekos John

Friday, January 9, 2015

Pages: 121-137

Introduction: Traumatic brain injury is a major cause of serious harm and death in newborn infants. The injury affects not only the infant but also impacts heavily on close relatives. They also will need professional assistance. Caring for infant patients with traumatic brain injury is perhaps the most difficult of many professional challenges for nursing staff, requiring both technical

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Original Paper

BURNOUT MIDWIVES WORKING IN NEONATAL INTESIVE CARE UNIT

Nanou Christina, Gourounti Kleanthi , Palaska Ermioni, Mallidou Anastasia, Sarantaki Antigoni

Friday, January 9, 2015

Pages: 138-151

Introduction: The considerably low proportion of midwives in closed wards in Greek hospitals in combination with the highly stressful environment may lead to burnout syndrome (BS). Aim: It was to explore burnout syndrome (BS) that experience midwives working in Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) and the factors associated with its' occurrence. Methods: The sample studied consisted

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Special Article

ECONOMETRICS AND HEALTHCARE – THE MODEL OF THE GREEK NATIONAL PRIMARY HEALTHCARE NETWORK (PEDY)

Vassalos Constantine

Friday, January 9, 2015

Pages: 152-164

Introduction: Nowadays, the development of econometric techniques has important applications in the health sector. Econometrics facilitates the understanding of the environment where health agencies function so that they can make decisions in order to improve their performance. Moreover, the evaluation of the efficiency of health organizations contributes to the health system. This study included

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European Operating Room Nurses Association
World Forum for Hospital Sterile Supply
International Federation of Perioperative Nurses