Volume 29, Issue 1 (Winter 2021)  

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✅ This study showed that the multidimensional measure of nurses’ personal resilience had appropriate psychometric properties and is a valid and reliable screening index to measure psychological resiliency of nurses. This index could facilitate the assessing of Well-Being in brief and practical way among nurses.



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✅ With regard to the relationship between emotional intelligence and clinical decision-making, the importance of emotional intelligence in nurses is determined. Therefore, hospital managers need to provide new ways to enhance nurses' emotional intelligence, thereby enhancing the ability of clinical decision-making as the vital point between theoretical and practical knowledge of the nursing profession.



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✅ There was a significant relationship only between stress and musculoskeletal damage. By modifying and eliminating stressors in emergency personnel’s routines, by holding workshops on ergonomic principles as well as stress reduction principles, it is possible to reduce the physical disorders of emergency personnel.



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✅ As a dynamic and interactive method, group-based memory recalling can reduce the feeling of loneliness in the elderly.



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✅ This study showed that the multidimensional measure of nurses’ personal resilience had appropriate psychometric properties and is a valid and reliable screening index to measure psychological resiliency of nurses. This index could facilitate the assessing of Well-Being in brief and practical way among nurses.



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✅ Although virtual education did not significantly change the marital satisfaction of infertile women compared with the control group, the average score of marital satisfaction after the intervention increased compared to the previous intervention in the subjects of the intervention group. Also, intervention through virtual education has caused a significant change in the quality of life of infertile women compared with the control group, so it seems that virtual education and counseling is useful in promoting the health of infertile women.



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✅ Based on the results of the present study, educational dimension of job performance is a predictive factor for moral distress. Therefore, steps can be taken to reduce moral distress in clinical settings, such as the use of nurses with specialized training in Intensive Care Units, paying special attention to teaching ethical issues in nursing centers and holding retraining courses for nurses.



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✅ Considering that EMDR, as a non- pharmacological intervention, reduced depression in patients with spinal cord injury.




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