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1 A comparison of surgical patients' and nurses' perceptions of patient's autonomy, privacy and informed consent in nursing interventions
Merkouris, Anastasios,
Objective: To investigate and compare Greek patients' and nurses' perceptions of the realisation of autonomy, informed consent and privacy in surgical nursing care. Design and setting: The study used ...
2003
2 A critical review of the evidence for nurses as information providers to cancer patients
Papathanassoglou, Elizabeth Koutsopoulou, Sotiria Katapodi, Maria,
Aims: To review evidence on the role of oncology nurses in the provision of information to cancer patients and to delineate evidence-based implications for clinical practice and research. Background: ...
2010
3 A grounded theory for patients' satisfaction with quality of hospital care
Raftopoulos, Vasilios,
Objective: Patient satisfaction with quality of care is a dominant concept in quality assurance and quality improvement programs. Elderly patients are the central users of health care services and the...
2005
4 A randomized controlled trial of an educational intervention on Hellenic nursing staff's knowledge and attitudes on cancer pain management
Papathanassoglou, Elizabeth Patiraki, Elisabeth Tafas, Cheryl,
The purpose of this randomized controlled study was to explore the effectiveness of an educational intervention on nurses' attitudes and knowledge regarding pain management and to explore associations...
2006
5 A study to ascertain the patients' satisfaction of the quality of hospital care in Greece compared with the patients' satisfaction in Poland
Raftopoulos, Vasilios Theodosopoulou, Eleni Nikolaos, Triantafyliou,
PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to evaluate the satisfaction of elderly patients, of the hospital care's quality, based on the literature evidence on results of a qualitative research and on a previ...
2007
6 Assessment of the needs of individuals enrolled in a support program for the elderly
Raftopoulos, Vasilios Roupa, Zoi Sotiropoulou, P.,
Introduction: The aging of our population is the scourge of modern times. Health care systems worldwide are faced with an increased demand for health services from elderly persons, and this underlines...
2005
7 C.selected poster presentations: quality nursing care: patient's perspectives and the nursing response (preliminary report)
Charalambous, Andreas Papadopoulos, R. Beadmoore, A.,
Introduction: Cancer remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality within Cyprus affecting one in four of the population. Alongside the nature of cancer has changed dramatically in recent years, in...
2006
8 Computer-based documentation and bedside terminals
Merkouris, Anastasios,
Rising health care costs and the need for enhancing the quality of clinical care are concerns of hospitals throughout the world. Documentation consumes excessive amounts of nursing time and directly i...
1995
9 Cord blood leptin and insulin-like growth factor levels are independent predictors of fetal growth
Papathanassoglou, Elizabeth Christou, Helen Connors, Jean Marie,
The insulin-like growth factor (IGF) system is the dominant endocrine regulator of fetal growth, whereas insulin has a permissive role. Although a role for leptin in fetal growth has been suggested re...
2001
10 Does programmed cell death (apoptosis) play a role in the development of multiple organ dysfunction in critically ill patients? A review and a theoretical framework
Papathanassoglou, Elizabeth Moynihan, Jan Ackerman, Michael,
Objectives: To critically review the current understanding of the pathophysiologic events leading to the development of secondary multiple organ dysfunction (MODS) in critical illness and to examine t...
2000