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Name :Laila Ismael Abdallah Al Daken
Academic Rank :Master
Office No :1779
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Department :Nurse
Email :ldaken@zu.edu.jo
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Laila Al Daken , Self-reported adherence to therapeutic regimens among patients with hypertension, Clinical and Experimental Hypertension , 2017, VOL. 39, NO. 3, 264–270
04/01/2017
ABSTRACT Objectives: To assess Jordanian hypertensive patients’ adherence rate to hypertension therapeutic regimen (HTR) and to identify the strongest predictors of adherence rate among such patients. Design and sample: A descriptive comparison design and convenience sampling were used. The sample comprised 192 participants who came to their regular appointments in a public healthcare center. Measurement: The Hill-Bone Compliance to High Blood Pressure Therapy Scale and the Hypertension Kno
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Laila Al Daken , ""assessing publics’ knowledge about hypertension in a community- dwelling sample , journal of cardiovascular nursing , 31,2, 185-165
04/01/2016
Background: Hypertension is one of the major risk factors for cardiovascular diseases that affect a high proportion of people worldwide. Understanding people’s levels of knowledge about hypertension might contribute effectively to nurses’ efforts to prevent, treat, and control the disease. Objectives: The objectives of this study were to identify the levels of knowledge about hypertension disease among Jordanian adults and to identify differences in knowledge about hypertension on the basis o

Laila Al Daken , "Quality of life for patients in medical- surgical wards , Clinical Nursing Research , 24 issue: 4, page(s): 375-387
02/01/2014
The purpose of this study was to examine the quality of life (QoL) for patients in medical–surgical wards in Jordanian hospitals. A cross-sectional design was performed. The data were collected between January and April 2011 through individual interviews (n = 746) using the Medical Outcome Study 36-item Short-Form (MOS-SF-36) and Charlson’s Co-morbidity Index (CCI). The private and public hospitals in the three largest cities in Jordan were represented. The MANOVA test was used to examine the he

Laila Al Daken , "Quality of life for patients in medical- surgical wards , Clinical Nursing Research , 24 issue: 4, page(s): 375-387
02/01/2014
The purpose of this study was to examine the quality of life (QoL) for patients in medical–surgical wards in Jordanian hospitals. A cross-sectional design was performed. The data were collected between January and April 2011 through individual interviews (n = 746) using the Medical Outcome Study 36-item Short-Form (MOS-SF-36) and Charlson’s Co-morbidity Index (CCI). The private and public hospitals in the three largest cities in Jordan were represented. The MANOVA test was used to examine the he

Laila AlDaken , Self-reported adherence to therapeutic regimens among patients with hypertension, Clinical and Experimental Hypertension , VOL. 39, NO. 3, 264–270
04/01/2017
ABSTRACT Objectives: To assess Jordanian hypertensive patients’ adherence rate to hypertension therapeutic regimen (HTR) and to identify the strongest predictors of adherence rate among such patients. Design and sample: A descriptive comparison design and convenience sampling were used. The sample comprised 192 participants who came to their regular appointments in a public healthcare center. Measurement: The Hill-Bone Compliance to High Blood Pressure Therapy Scale and the Hypertension Kno
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Laila Al Daken , ""assessing publics’ knowledge about hypertension in a community- dwelling sample , journal of cardiovascular nursing , 31,2, 185-165
04/01/2016
Background: Hypertension is one of the major risk factors for cardiovascular diseases that affect a high proportion of people worldwide. Understanding people’s levels of knowledge about hypertension might contribute effectively to nurses’ efforts to prevent, treat, and control the disease. Objectives: The objectives of this study were to identify the levels of knowledge about hypertension disease among Jordanian adults and to identify differences in knowledge about hypertension on the basis o

Laila Al Daken , Nurses' Experiences of Grief Following Patient Death: A Qualitative Approach, Journal of Holistic Nursing , 0000
08/01/2017
Purpose: To explore the lived experiences of nurses’ feelings, emotions, grief reactions, and coping mechanisms following their patients’ death. Background: On a daily basis, nurses are experiencing patients’ death, which exposes them to grief. Nurses’ grief has not been sufficiently addressed in practice settings, although it has been a well-known threat to health and work performance. Design: A qualitative design guided by a phenomenological approach was adopted. Method: Data were collected fr

AL-Daken , Work- Related Empowerment among Nurses: Literature Review, International Journal of Productivity and Quality , 19 (2), 168-186
08/01/2016
This literature review discusses several issues about nurses' work-related empowerment, in order to determine empowerment concept, significance and the factors contributing their empowerment and identify the gaps from the literature. A systematic review was carried out focusing on empirical research on several issues related to nurses' empowerment. A literature search was conducted with certain electronic databases for the period 2009 to 2015. Forty-five studies were identified through a systema

Laila Al Daken , Policy Development: Family Presence during Resuscitation (FPDR) Procedure, international journal of nursing and health scien , 4(2) 22-30
04/01/2017
Purpose. The purpose of this paper is to develop a policy regarding family presence during resuscitation in Jordan. Methods. Policy context, issue statement, stakeholders, identification and of evaluation of policy alternatives were described. Results. The recommended solution allows family members of all patients undergoing resuscitation to be given the option of presence at the bedside during CPR, and family members decide if they want to attend CPR situation or not. Conclusion. Policy makers

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