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DECISION MAKING PROCESS FOR CREATING THE DAY SURGERY IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS
Friday, January 1, 2016
In recent years the demand for surgical health services in public hospitals is increasing and contrast the available resources are constantly decreasing. The required operational restructuring of hospitals can mean applying economical solutions such as the development of One Day Surgery. This project is called to bear the Governor all public hospitals that have to apply systematically the principles of

NAUSEA AND VOMITING IN CHILDREN WITH CANCER UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Introduction: Cancer is the second leading cause of death in children. Its treatment include chemotherapy, surgery or radiation therapy, alone or in combination. One of the most well-known symptoms of chemotherapy in children is nausea and vomiting, which negatively affect their health and the progress of treatment. Several nursing interventions have been supported to prevent and treat them. The aim

QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY IN THE PUBLIC HEALTH CARE SECTOR IN GREECE QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY IN HEALTHCARE
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Aim: To explore the terms of Quality and Efficiency in the sector of public health care systems.  Materials  and Methods: A research of the current Hellenic and International literature was carried out. The research was based on studies found in Pubmed, Scopus, Sciverse, Research Gate, and Google Scholar using the following keywords: Appraisal, Index, Criteria, Quality, Healthcare service, Total Quality

THE MANAGEMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN CHILDREN. NEW EVIDENCE
Friday, January 5, 2018
Introduction: The management of the postoperative pain in children is an important part of nursing practice and a major challenge for hospitalized children, their parents, family and health professionals, especially nurses. Children continue to experience significant post-operative pain despite the efforts made by nurses with severe effects on their post-operative health. Purpose: The review

Εvaluation of working stress during the economic crisis to the administrative personnel of Αthens Τechnological Εducational Ιnstitute
Thursday, May 1, 2014
According to WHO working stress is the second most frequent health problem that influences one third of the working population in European Union. Theaim ofthe present study was to explore working stress that experience the administrative staff of the Technological Educational Institution of Athens.Method and material :Data were collected by the completion of a special questionnaire that apart from

Εxudate management of chronic ulcers, with modern dressing
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
The safer and faster healing of the ulcers is related to the proper management of the exudate. Modern dressings have a significant role in the care of chronic wounds, as their absorptive capacity and their different constructional structure give dressings the specific characteristics related to their permeability, capacity and their ability of retaining of the absorbed exudate. This study

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