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    Occupational Safety of Nurses Working in Surgical Clinics
    (2018-06-01T00:00:00Z) ALTUN UĞRAŞ, GÜLAY; Akyolcu, Neriman; Kanat, Canan; YÜKSEL, SERPİL; Ayoglu, Tuluha; SAYIN, Yazile; Kanan, Nevin; SAYIN, YAZİLE
    Aim: This study was conducted to determine the status of occupational safety of nurses working in surgical clinics.
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    Turkish validity and reliability of Organ Donation Attitude Scale
    (2016-03-01T00:00:00Z) SAYIN, Yazile; SAYIN, YAZİLE
    Aims and ObjectivesTo report the translation and adaptation process from English to Turkish and the psychometric estimates of the validity and reliability of The Organ Donation Attitude Scale Turkish. Its aim (1) is to provide data about and (2) to assess Turkish people-s attitudes and volunteerism towards organ donation.
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    Attitude, Knowledge and Donor Card Volunteering of Nursing Students Regarding Organ Donation
    (2022-08-01T00:00:00Z) Sayın, Yazile; Dağcı, Mahmut; SAYIN, YAZİLE; DAĞCI, MAHMUT
    Objective:To shed light on the educational curriculum and determining the organ donation attitude, knowledge and donor card willingness of students who study nursing.Methods:This study is a descriptive and cross sectional. The study is a descriptive cross-sectional design. The research was carried out on 203 students studying in the nursing department of a private university. The data were collected with Organ Donation Attitude and Knowledge Scales, which were validated and reliable in Turkey. The significance value was accepted as p<0.05.Results:The students’ organ donation knowledge (9.95±2.14) and donor card volunteer scores (mean ± standard deviation) (2.94±0.89) were low. Although the students- organ donation positive attitude scores were 106.75±13.21, the rate of supporting being a cadaver donor was 73.8%. 91.6% of the students did not intend to donate their organs after death. The semester they study, place they live and the education level of their parents did not seem to have a significant effect on the point average of organ donation knowledge, attitude and donor card willingness (p>0.05).Conclusions:It can be stated that lack of knowledge had more effect on students’ fear on attitude points rather than religion. Planned training on subjects such as brain death and the grieving process in undergraduate education may affect the motivation of students about organ donation.
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    Afet Hazırlığında Planlamanın Temel İlkeleri
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    The Effects of Training on Knowledge and Beliefs About Breast Cancer and Early Diagnosis Methods Among Women
    (2017-10-01T00:00:00Z) YILMAZ, MERYEM; SAYIN, Yazile; Cengiz, Hatice Oner; SAYIN, YAZİLE
    Objective: Breast cancer (BC) is the most common female malignancy in the world and Turkey. Its prevalence and mortality are surprisingly increasing at a rapid rate. The objective of this study was to determine the effectiveness of training sessions on women-s knowledge of relevant risk factors of BC and screening methods, screening behaviors and health beliefs among of healthy women in Turkey.
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    Needlestick and Sharps Injuries Among Operating Room Nurses, Reasons and Precautions
    (2021-06-01T00:00:00Z) Dağcı, Mahmut; Sayın, Yazile; DAĞCI, MAHMUT; SAYIN, YAZİLE
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    Knowledge, Attitude and Donor Card Volunteering of Nursing Students
    (2021-07-01T00:00:00Z) SAYIN, YAZİLE; DAĞCI, MAHMUT; SAYIN, YAZİLE
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    What is A Care Bundle?
    (2017-01-01T00:00:00Z) SAYIN, Yazile; SAYIN, YAZİLE
    The care bundle is an explicit tool with clear parameters. A care bundle usually consists of a group of between three and five evidence-based interventions. Institute for Healthcare Improvement developed the concept of -bundles- to help health care providers more reliably deliver the best possible care for patients undergoing treatments with risks. It is mostly used by intensive care units. Interventions of care bundle are related to a particular condition or event in patient care. Interventions of care bundle are all necessary and all sufficient. The power of the care bundle comes from the body of science behind it and the method of implementation: with complete consistency. The changes in the care bundle are all necessary and all sufficient. It resembles a checklist, but a bundle is more than that. The care bundle has specific elements that make it unique: such as number of items, the level of evidence items (level I or II), liability levels (an identified person or team owns it). There are three problems seen on the use of care bundle: don-t complete the care bundle as a whole, attempt addition to an enhanced care bundle, tendency to want to call everything a bundle. Finally, it is important that the care bundle is done as a whole for the expected outcomes.
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    Prevalence of Pressure Injuries and Risk Factors in Long-Term Surgical Procedures
    (2021-03-01T00:00:00Z) Akan, Cemile; SAYIN, Yazile; SAYIN, YAZİLE
    Objective: To determine the risk factors and prevalence associated with intraoperative pressure injury (IPI) in surgical procedures lasting more than two hours, and to draw attention of surgical nurses to the prevention of IPI.