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Commitment, perception and evidence-based practice training in Spanish nursing students:
(Wiley, 2023) Gómez Salgado, Juan; Rodríguez Almagro, Julián; Molina Alarcón, Milagros; Martínez Galiano, Juan Miguel; Solano Ruiz, María del Carmen; Hernández Martínez, Antonio
Aims and objectives: To evaluate the commitment and level of self-perceived training in evidence-based practice among students of the Nursing degree of five Spanish universities. Background: In university Health Sciences degrees, evidence-based clinical practice can directly or indirectly impact the quality of care, the cost of the service provided and the safety of clinical practice. Design: Multicentre cross-sectional observational study according to STROBE guidelines. Conclusion: The sample of Nursing degree students has intermediate-high levels of knowledge, skills and attitudes regarding evidence-based practice and work commitment, with differences observed between each of the universities. Relevance to clinical practice: Nursing students should develop from intermediate to high levels of knowledge, skills and attitudes regarding evidence-based practice and work commitment. There are various actions to promote EBP, such as the incorporation of a specific course covering the subject into the nursing curriculum, and the selection, for clinical practices, of care units that implemented evidence-based care.
Serum supplementation during in vitro fertilization of sheep oocytes influences blastocyst quality through the differential abundance of mRNA transcripts.
(Wiley, 2022) Sánchez Sánchez-Ajofrín, Irene; Peris Frau, Patricia; García Álvarez, Olga; Fernández-Santos, María del Rocío; Montoro Angulo, Vidal; Garde López-Brea, José Julián; Soler Valls, Ana Josefa
ubation with estrous sheep serum (ESS) is required to induce in vitro capacitation of spermatozoa during in vitro fertilization of small ruminants. However, the effect of adding different serum concentrations in the fertilization media on the quality of resulting blastocysts has not yet been studied.
Crossover From Individual to Collective Magnetism in Dense Nanoparticle Systems:
(Wiley, 2022) Hernández Sánchez, Elena; Vasilakaki, Marianna; Lee, Su Seong; Normile Normile, Peter Stephen; Andersson, Mikael S.; Mathieu, Roland; López Ortega, Alberto; Pichon, Benoit P.; Peddis, Davide; Binns, Chris; Nordblad, Per; Trohidou, Kalliopi; Nogués, Josep; De Toro Sánchez, José Ángel
Dense systems of magnetic nanoparticles may exhibit dipolar collective behavior. However, two fundamental questions remain unsolved: i) whether the transition temperature may be affected by the particle anisotropy or it is essentially determined by the intensity of the interparticle dipolar interactions, and ii) what is the minimum ratio of dipole–dipole interaction (Edd) to nanoparticle anisotropy (KefV, anisotropy⋅volume) energies necessary to crossover from individual to collective behavior.
Linking institutional quality to environmental sustainability.
(Wiley, 2022) Jahanger, Atif; Usman, Muhammad; Balsalobre Lorente, Daniel
This study investigates the influence of democracy, autocracy, and globalization on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 69 developing countries from 1990 to 2018. We used the unit root approaches to scrutinize the level of stationarity and recognize that all concern variables were unified at first difference.
Intensive complex physical therapy combined with intermittent pneumatic compression versus Kinesio taping for treating breast cancer-related lymphedema of the upper limb
(Wiley, 2022) Pajero Otero, Violeta; García Delgado, Esther; Martín Cortijo, Concepción; Rodríguez Ramos, María Luisa; De Carlos Iriarte, Esperanza; Gil García, Alejandra; Romay Barrero, Helena; Avendaño Coy, Juan
Objective: The objective of this study is to compare the effectiveness of complex physical therapy combined with intermittent pneumatic compression (CPT + IPC) versus Kinesio taping (KT) for breast cancer-related lymphedema. Methods: A cross-over clinical trial was conducted in 43 women with lymphedema. All participants received two interventions: CPT + IPC and KT, both lasting 3 weeks and a washout period. The main outcome variable was the relative volume change (RVC). The secondary variables were Satisfaction Questionnaire about Textile Therapeutic Devices used for Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema, Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand (DASH) questionnaire, motion range of upper limb and lymphedema-related symptoms.