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Abstract Information is the main to operative decision making and vital to excellence nursing practice. Considerably what nurses do encompasses information such as caring for patients and also having effective communication skills with patients, patient families and also other health care professionals. The goal of nursing informatics is to improve the health of populations, communities, families, and individuals by optimizing information, management and communication. This includes the use of information
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of this study was to: Identify perceived nursing supervisor support and its relation to work engagement and turnover intention among staff nurses at Benha University Hospital through: 1. Assessing level of nursing supervisor support as perceived by staff nurses. 2. Assessing level of staff nurses' work engagement. 3. Assessing to what extent the staff nurses intent to leave their work. 4. Exploring the relationship among perceived nursing supervisor support, work engagement and turnover intention
profession of nursing is centered around compassion, and providing meaningful care for patients. Intentional rounding is a variable system that has been created in order for nurses to assess and address the care needs of a patient. In fact, recent evidence shows that effective, intentional rounding can lead to decreased patient falls, decreased hospital acquired conditions (HAC), and increased patient satisfaction.