Quality of Life of Nurses and Related Factors

Zahra Omrani; Elnaz Talebi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , June 2018, , Pages 60-63

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/ijer.2018.13

Abstract
  Background and aims: A high number of healthcare team members are nurses. Nurses’ quality of lifelevel is an important issue because it affects their level of care delivered to their patients. Knowledgeabout nurses’ level of quality of life is useful for planning. The present study was conducted ...  Read More

Dimensions of Futility at the End of Life: Nurses’ Experiences in Intensive Care Units

Leili Yekefallah; Tahereh Ashktorab; Hooman Manoochehri; Hamid Alavi Majd

Volume 5, Issue 1 , February 2018, , Pages 14-18

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/ijer.2018.04

Abstract
  Background and aims: The concept and meaning of futile care depends on the existing culture, values,religion, beliefs, medical achievements, and emotional status of a country. In Iran, futile care hasbecome a challenge for nurses working in intensive care units (ICUs). Considering the differencesobserved ...  Read More

Nursing
Evaluation of the quality of nursing work life and its association with job burnout in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences

Molouk Jaafarpour; Ali Khani; Mohmad Reza Mahmodian

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2015, , Pages 30-39

Abstract
  Background and aims: Nurses are particularly susceptible to burnout. Nursing staffs are in face to a relatively stressful work environment, high mental and physical pressure, irregular scheduling or shifting, limited job promotion, and socio-emotional pressures in connection with the patients and partners. ...  Read More