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Journal: Nursing forum

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The concept analysis of environmental enrichment aims to clarify the meaning of the term contributing to a shared understanding of its use in healthcare and future research studies. Environmental enrichment has implications in health promotion in children’s development and healthy aging in the general population.

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The Four-Season-Symphony of intellectuality, spirituality, ethics, and esthetics (FSS: I SEA) in nursing research is a new concept that has not been addressed in previous nursing theories and studies.

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The purpose of this paper is to conceptually define “caregiver willingness” for application to a family member providing care to a critically ill loved one during an intensive care unit (ICU) hospitalization.

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This concept analysis aims to formulate a unique theoretical definition of the term remission as used in cancer survivorship.

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To provide an overview of patients' needs concerning goal-setting, and indications of how those needs can be met by nurses.

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The aim of this paper is to conduct a concept analysis on the term, “children with medical complexity.”

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Understanding gender differences in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and obesity risk among university students is critical for the development of health promotion interventions. Mindful eating focuses on how and why eating behavior occurs rather than what is eaten. Current research on this topic is limited in the university-aged population.

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The imbalance in nurse-to-patient ratio and limited physical space may lead to care provision by a nurse of the opposite gender. On the other hand, the relationship with the opposite gender in Iran is limited due to cultural and religious beliefs. The aim of this study was to investigate patients' attitudes toward receiving care from the opposite gender nurse.

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With an aging global population and changes in family structure, there will be a need for increased formal and informal caregivers for family members with alzheimer’s disease or other related dementias. Caregivers experience exhaustion, mental health issues, and competing demands; deciding to admit family members with dementia into long-term care compounds the stress. The article reports on factors that influence caregivers' decisions regarding institutionalizing their family members with dementia. Eighteen articles were included in this integrative review. Influential decision-making factors were: caregiver characteristics, care recipient characteristics, complexity of care, caregiver and family relationships, experiences with healthcare providers, financial challenges, and long-term care facility selection. Addressing these factors can provide a layer of support to caregivers and their families during the decision-making process.

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Social media use and digital cheating are increasing. There is a gap in the literature regarding social media and acts of academic dishonesty among nursing students. Nursing faculty suspected cheating in a nursing class on a popular social media platform. There were no published policies that addressed academic dishonesty and social media. The case and actions taken by the nursing faculty are detailed. There is a need for research focused on academic dishonesty and social media in nursing students. Nurse educators must develop e-professionalism policies.