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Inventi Rapid - Nursing Research

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Nursing Research’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal welcomes articles in all the nursing specialties including such areas as patient education, discharge planning, nursing diagnosis, nursing influence on length of hospital stay and nurse/physician collaboration.

  • COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE AS A FIRST RESPONDER
    Rishi Dutt Avasthi*    Download Full Text

    Community health nurse priority must be addressed in an environment of constrained resources. Florence nightingale demonstrated to the world the important role of nurses on the front lines of war-related disaster. No single discipline, agency, organization or jurisdiction can or should claim sole responsibility for the complex array of challenges associated with the disaster, whether caused by nat...

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  • PUBLICATION OF NURSING RESEARCH
    Rishi Dutt Avasthi*    Download Full Text

    Publication of results is an integral and essential component of research. This article encourages all researchers to promote their work through publishing and other forms of dissemination. In publication as in all other aspects of research, researchers are expected to follow the principles of good research conduct. It is essential that the parties involved in research and publication discuss and ...

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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME (STP) ON KNOWLEDGE OF PREVENTION OF SCABIES AMONG MOTHERS OF UNDER FIVE CHILDREN IN RURAL AREAS OF JAIPUR
    Arvind Jonwal*, Rishi Dutt Avasthi, Minakshi Shayar    Download Full Text

    Scabies is one of the easiest and yet most difficult to diagnose in dermatology as it is a contagious disease. First episode may takes 4 weeks time to manifest, in 2 weeks. Scabies is usually spread through close personal contact in overcrowded areas and poor hygiene helps its transmission, often suspicion of scabies is based on nocturnal itching and family history of scabies in the infants or sma...

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  • KNOWLEDGE OF YOGIC THERAPY IN BRONCHIAL ASTHMA PATIENT
    N Sabari Vel*, Raghu V A, Arvind Jonwal    Download Full Text

    Yoga is very useful in the treatment of asthma. Back bends are very helpful to open the anterior lungs and relax the bronchial muscle. The objective of this study is assess the perceived severity of dyspnoea, degree of airway obstruction and Respiratory Rate (RR) among patients with Bronchial Asthma and evaluate the yogic therapy in bronchial asthma. A pre-experimental one group pretest-posttest d...

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