NURSES COMPETENCY ASSOCIATED WITH THEIR PRACTICES FOR CARING CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT PATIENTS

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Wefaqq. Mahdi Hadi, Shatha Sadii.Mohammed

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Background Stroke is a significant cerebrovascular illness that causes high mortality and long-term impairment in adults worldwide. Among many important diseases, such as ischemic heart disease and malignant disease, brain attacks are considered the main cause of mortality in all developed nations. Objectives: The study focused on Assess Nurses' competency in caring for stroke patients in term practices. Methods: The study consist of 140 nurse in duration between May 21th and August 10th, 2023, by using a non-probability sampling method. The questionnaire's validity and reliability were ensured through expert validation and a pilot study. Results: The findings showed that respondents were primarily 69 female nurse, around 25-30 years old on average, had diplomas, and had less than 5 years of caregiving experience. Therefore, high percentage of nurses have poor in practices according to their experience.


Conclusions: study underscores the significance of addressing acoperehensive in caring stroke patients effectively, the study recommends decision makers need to emphasize ongoing education and promote ongoing training opportunities for nurses to enhance competence in caring for patients with specific medical conditions like stroke.


 

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Shatha Sadii.Mohammed, W. M. H. (2024). NURSES COMPETENCY ASSOCIATED WITH THEIR PRACTICES FOR CARING CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT PATIENTS . Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 1572–1577. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/534
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