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Nurses’ experiences and understanding of workplace violence in a trauma and emergency department in South Africa
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2013)
Violence in South African society has reached epidemic levels and has permeated the walls of the workplace. The aim of the study was to gain a deeper understanding of how nurses experience and understand workplace violence ...
A conceptual framework of the resemblance in self-leadership and professional core values of nurses in the South African context
In a country such as South Africa with its widely diverse values and belief systems, it could be a challenge to bring about a common understanding of professionalism amongst nurses in a multicultural society. When novice ...
Nurses’ experiences on their self-leadership during a leadership development programme
Leadership is regarded as an essential component of nursing practice and an integral aspect of the nurse’s role. A leadership development programme is an organised, often off-the-job happening, that brings people with ...
Perceived Motivating Factors towards a Positive Working Environment in Rural Hospital at Vhembe District in the Limpopo Province
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2015)
One of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is to improve maternal health with the target of reducing maternal mortality by three-quarters between 1990–2015. The rendering of quality patient care requires the whole ...
Professional nurses' knowledge and skills in the management of aggressive patients in a psychiatric hospital in the Western Cape
(UNISA Press, 2015)
Aggression and violence by patients towards psychiatric nurses are a global issue. Professional nurses working in psychiatric hospitals are required to look after psychiatric patients who may become aggressive. They may ...
Factors that motivate nurses to provide quality patient care in a rural hospital in Vhembe district, Limpopo Province, South Africa
Health services in rural areas are known to be under-resourced in several ways and working conditions are often described as unfavourable. Nurses working under such conditions are likely to be demotivated; however, it seems ...