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International Academic Journal of Advanced Practices in Nursing
ISSN Online: 2709-3263
ISSN Print: 2709-3271
Frequency: Bi-Monthly
Language: English
Origin: Kenya
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Effect of an Educational Program on Nursing Care Given to Neonates with Jaundice in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Suez Canal University Hospitals
Margrete Soliman Gerges, Wafaa El Sayed Ouda, Manal Farouk Mohammed and Rehab Hassan Kafl
Int Aca. J Adv Prct. Nurs. 3(3) | Volume:3 Issue:3 (June 30, 2022) : 32-39
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Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Program on Organ Donation In Terms Of Knowledge and Attitude among College Students
Shubham and Raghunandan Singh
Int Aca. J Adv Prct. Nurs. 3(3) | Volume:3 Issue:3 (June 20, 2022) : 23-31
16 Downloads86 Views
Factors affecting pre hospital treatment delay in acute myocardial infarction patients
Jyoti, R. Velmurugan and Deepa Chugh
Int Aca. J Adv Prct. Nurs. 3(3) | Volume:3 Issue:3 (May 30, 2022) : 19-22
23 Downloads38 Views
SARS-CoV-2 Can Damage the Skeletal Muscle
Josef Finsterer
Int Aca. J Adv Prct. Nurs. 3(3) | Volume:3 Issue:3 (May 30, 2022) : 15-16
21 Downloads37 Views
Anti-SRP positive myositis following a SARS-CoV-2 vaccination
Josef Finsterer
Int Aca. J Adv Prct. Nurs. 3(3) | Volume:3 Issue:3 (May 30, 2022) : 17-18
23 Downloads29 Views
A Study to Assess the Awareness, Practices and Barriers of Family Planning Methods among Reproductive age Group Women in Selected Tribal Area of Bhandardara
Mrs.Sujata R. Umbarkar, Dr.Kalpana S.Kale and Dr. Bharti S.Weljale
Int Aca. J Adv Prct. Nurs. 3(3) | Volume:3 Issue:3 (May 20, 2022) : 7-14
25 Downloads52 Views
“A Descriptive Study to Assess The Knowledge, Attitude and Preventive Practices Regarding COVID-19 Among Adults Residing in Selected Areas of Distt. Solan (HP)”
Mrs. Shiwali Sharma and Mrs. Madhuri Kashyap
Int Aca. J Adv Prct. Nurs. 3(3) | Volume:3 Issue:3 (May 10, 2022) : 1-6
21 Downloads43 Views
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