The purpose of this study was to evaluate psychometric properties and discriminant ability of the Transition Shock Scale for Newly Graduated Nurses developed by Kim et al. (2017). Transition Shock Scale for Newly Graduated Nurses has satisfactory validity and usefulness to measure the transition shock of newly graduated nurses.
The author has been conducting the program mainly for a skill training of Dialectical Behavior Therapy by the psychiatric outpatient practice with night care since 2011. Here is a report on the usefulness of Non-comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy with the individual participant's interviews up to the present.
An extreme health inequity exists within high-income countries, such as Sweden, resulting in social exclusion and considerably shortened lives among homeless women. This unparalleled inequity calls for prompt action in health care services. With this project, we aim to make inclusion health a reality for homeless women.
The objective of the project was to create a sustainable nurse-led critical care course in the low-income country of Guyana, SA. As nursing faculty leading service-learning trips, we forged partnerships with the Pan American Health Organization and the Ministry of Public Health to achieve their identified goal.