Volume 27, Issue 4 (10-2019)  

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Spiritual intelligence training can enhance human dignity in cancer patients. Therefore, it is recommended to use it in hospitals.



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Healing attendance alone as an integral part of spiritual care can be effective in improving the quality of life of patients. Therefore, nurses can advise that their care will be more effective if they focus on their presence along with patients in caring activities and focus on indicators and elements designed to heal.



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The questionnaire, according to its designation, can be used to assess the social components of time management competency of clinical nurses.



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Given the important role of mothers in the care for their children, the design of educational programs aimed at improving the health of mothers should be a priority.



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According to the results, it can be said that ACT therapy has an effective role in promoting the psychological well-being and sexual function of women with a history of infertility.



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The results of this study indicated that the use of BPS scale has been effective in diagnosing and monitoring pain in patients with decreased consciousness, and has led to optimal changes in the use of non-pharmacological pain relief medications as complementary therapies in intensive care units.



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According to the results of this study, it seems that the application of the five A self-management model can improve the quality of life of cancer patients. Therefore, this model can be used as an optimal nursing intervention.



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 ✅ The results showed that there is a gap between expectations and perception of service providers, and efforts to meet needs and achieve expectations are necessary.




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