Assessment of nurse’s knowledge concerning nursing management for patient with cerebro vascular accident at Ibn-Sina teaching hospital in Mosul city
Ali Ismael Sulaiman, Ali Mohammed Fathi, Ihsan Hassan Zainel and Saad Hussein Murad
Context: Stroke has been recognized in recent years as a national clinical research and policy priority. Nursing contributions involve risk factor management, service co-ordination, secondary prevention, client follow-up, rehabilitation, and supporting of either patients or their families. However, areas for further development include integrating and realigning services to a patient focus and ensuring equitable access, and supporting development of the nursing research evidence base and providing career and educational frameworks for nurses in stroke care.
Aim: Assessment of nurses’ knowledge concerning nursingmanagement for patient with cerebrovascular accidentat Ibn-Sina teaching hospital in Mosul city.
Setting and Design: Cross-sectional survey methods were used. (50) Participants were nurses who working in Iraq/Nineveh governorate/Mosul City/ Ibn-Sina teaching hospital.
Methods and Materials: A self-completed questionnaire were used to collect the data, with descriptive statistics summarizing the results.
Result: It was evident from the study that majority of the respondents hadn't adequate knowledge regarding cerebra vascular accident, and respondents hadn't adequate knowledge regarding of the medical procedures used for patients of stroke.
Conclusions: Nurses needs to improve access to continuing professional development with regard to treatment and prevention of stroke. And they require easy access to information resources which support Evidence-based practice.
Ali Ismael Sulaiman, Ali Mohammed Fathi, Ihsan Hassan Zainel, Saad Hussein Murad. Assessment of nurse’s knowledge concerning nursing management for patient with cerebro vascular accident at Ibn-Sina teaching hospital in Mosul city. Int J Adv Res Nurs 2022;5(1):172-175.