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Doctors Perception of Nursing Care in Lubumbashi City Public Hospitals  [PDF]
Ndayi Kabamba Julie, Ilunga Musaya Pierrot, Nyembo Shimba André, Kabange Umba Irène, Mwinkeu Kasongo Narcisse, Ilunga Kandolo Simon, Omanyondo Ohambe Marie Claire, Malonga Kaj Francoise
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105579
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Introduction: Teamwork is an issue that hospitals must encourage. But the fact is that many hospitals do not promote mutual knowledge of different professions for complementarity in order to meet the needs of patients or the population. Our study pursued a three-fold objective: to explore physicians’ perceptions of nursing care, to describe physicians’ perceptions of the role of nurses, and to identify some characteristics of physician-nurse collaboration. Method: We conducted a cross-sectional descriptive study with 14 doctors at Lubumbashi General Reference Hospitals (Sendwe, South Gecamines and University teaching hospital). Data collection took three months, from May 1 to July 31, 2018. Of the exhaustive sample of a population of 25 physicians, only 14 physicians freely consented and participated in the study and constituted the final size of our study sample. The data has been processed with Excel 2013 and Epi-info 7 software version 7.2.1.0. Results: At the end of our study, we found that no doctor has been able to define either the term nurse or nursing. In addition, 21.5% of the doctors thought that the role of the nurse is to execute the decisions of the doctor. Although 78.6% and 64.3% respectively strongly agreed on the nurse’s consideration as a collaborator and staff needing to clarify a medical prescription; 71.4% reported that the nurse did not have an independent role, 100% had no knowledge of the nursing approach, and 100% found that respect for the role of physicians is one of the elements of their collaboration. In the end, all these results showed the ignorance of the term nurse, nursing care and the nursing approach by the doctors of the public hospitals of the city of Lubumbashi. Conclusion: At the end of our research, we found a negative perception of the nurse and nursing care by the physicians participating in our survey. Awareness within the multidisciplinary team about recognizing the role and limitations of the nurse’s skills becomes a necessity. The quality of the doctor and nurse relationship will certainly improve the quality of patient care.
Introduction of 6th Generation Smart Phone combining the features of both Apple and Android smart phone
Nyembo Salama,Christian Bach
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: In this paper, we present our novel contribution methodology based on the results of case study that has been implemented in our research environment to test with new technique the usability of both intelligent Android and Apple phones. This analysis of the case study stands for features similar to applications, operating system, hardware and software structure, battery life, and online based websites. Multiple interrogations were applied to collect user answers ongoing features. Users directly react by responding based on their daily used product experience. Consequently, the estimation is based on the data that has been unregistered from the user. The most recent results will end up by introducing a combination of ideal features on both products to build a wonderful extended product in the future.
Novel Framework for Mobile Collaborative learning (MCL)to substantiate pedagogical activities
Abdul Razaque,Khalid Elleithy,Nyembo Salama
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: Latest study shows that MCL is highly focusing paradigm for research particularity in distance and online education. MCL provides some features and functionalities for all participants to obtain the knowledge. Deployment of new emerging technologies and fast growing trends toward MCL boom attract people to develop learning management system, virtual learning environment and conference system with support of MCL. All these environments lack the most promising supportive framework. In addition some of major challenges in open, large scale, dynamic and heterogeneous environments are not still handled in developing MCL for education and other organizations. These issues includes such as knowledge sharing, faster delivery of contents, request for modified contents, complete access to enterprise data warehouse, delivery of large rich multimedia contents (video-on-demand), asynchronous collaboration, synchronous collaboration, support for multi model, provision for archive updating, user friendly interface, middleware support and virtual support. To overcome these issues; the paper introduces novel framework for MCL consisting of four layers with many promising functional components, which provide access to users for obtaining required contents from enterprise data warehouse (EDW). Novel framework provides information regarding the course materials, easy access to check the grades and use of labs. The applications running on this framework give substantial feedback for collaboration such as exchange for delivery of communication contents including platform for group discussion, short message service (SMS), emails, audio, video and video-on-demand to obtain on-line information to students and other persons who will be part of collaboration.
Um estudo das capacidades e deficiências em habilidades sociais na terceira idade
Carneiro, Rachel Shimba;Falcone, Eliane Mary de Oliveira;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722004000100015
Abstract: the purpose of this study is to identify the social situations in which the elderly people present abilities and difficulties to play in a social way. thirty students of the third age open university were interviewed. from the data analysis, a high percentage of positive answers in 6 different social situations could be identified. on the other hand the majority presented deficiencies in performance of 8 social situations. the results propose the development of social skills training programs to improve the capacity of elderly people to obtain and keep the social support, in order to achieve better quality of life.
Quality of life, social support and depression of the elderly: relation with social abilities / Qualidade de vida, apoio social e depress o em idosos: rela o com habilidades sociais
Rachel Shimba Carneiro,Eliane Falcone,Cynthia Clark,Zilda Del Prette
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007,
Abstract: Current studies suggest that the capacity to socially interact is basic for the elderly in order to reach out and keep social support, and to guarantee a better quality of life. The present study aimed to investigate the social abilities, social support, quality of life and depression of the elderly from Universidade Aberta da Terceira Idade da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UnATI/UERJ), in the contexts of family and asylums. For this research the following tools were used: Social Skills Inventory, Social Support Measurement, WHOQOL-BRIEF and Geriatric Depression Scale-15. Analysis of the data obtained from the instruments above, show that the elderly that live in asylums present a reduced repertoire of social abilities, a diminished social support network and an impaired quality of life. This research offers subsidies for the implantation of Social Skills Training Programs directed for the elderly, enhancing their ability to get social support and, therefore, a better quality of life.
Um estudo das capacidades e deficiências em habilidades sociais na terceira idade
Carneiro Rachel Shimba,Falcone Eliane Mary de Oliveira
Psicologia em Estudo , 2004,
Abstract: Esta pesquisa pretende identificar as situa es sociais nas quais os idosos apresentam facilidades e dificuldades de se comportar de forma socialmente habilidosa. Foram entrevistados 30 idosos da Universidade Aberta da Terceira Idade. A partir da análise dos dados p de-se identificar um percentual maior de respostas habilidosas em seis situa es sociais. Por outro lado, a maioria dos idosos da amostra apresentou deficiências de desempenho em oito situa es sociais. Os resultados prop em o desenvolvimento de programas de treinamento de habilidades sociais como uma forma de aumentar a capacidade do idoso de conquistar e manter apoio social, para assim, alcan ar melhor qualidade de vida.
Fostering Project Scheduling and Controlling Risk Management
Abdul Razaque,Christian Bach,Nyembo salama,Aziz Alotaibi
Quantitative Finance , 2012,
Abstract: Deployment of emerging technologies and rapid change in industries has created a lot of risk for initiating the new projects. Many techniques and suggestions have been introduced but still lack the gap from various prospective. This paper proposes a reliable project scheduling approach. The objectives of project scheduling approach are to focus on critical chain schedule and risk management. Several risks and reservations exist in projects. These critical reservations may not only foil the projects to be finished within time limit and budget, but also degrades the quality, and operational process. In the proposed approach, the potential risks of project are critically analyzed. To overcome these potential risks, fuzzy failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) is introduced. In addition, several affects of each risk against each activity are evaluated. We use Monte Carlo simulation that helps to calculate the total time of project. Our approach helps to control risk mitigation that is determined using event tree analysis and fault tree analysis. We also implement distribute critical chain schedule for reliable scheduling that makes the project to be implemented within defined plan and schedule. Finally, adaptive procedure with density (APD) is deployed to get reasonable feeding buffer time and project buffer time.
Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C among Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infected Patients at a District Hospital in Mwanza, Tanzania  [PDF]
Mariam M. Mirambo, Benson R. Kidenya, Vitus Silago, Emmanuel Mkumbo, Awadh Mujuni, Kennedy J. Mmanga, Japhet J. Mwihambi, Shimba Henerico, Carolyne A. Minja, Stephen E. Mshana
World Journal of AIDS (WJA) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/wja.2019.91001
Abstract: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus (HBV) and Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections have been a major public health problem. HIV patients with HBV and HCV infection are at high risk of liver diseases which is associated with increased mortality. This study aims at determining the prevalence of hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg), HCV antibodies and HBV antibodies (anti-HBsAg) among HIV seropositive adults attending care and treatment clinic at Sengerema district hospital in Mwanza, Tanzania. A cross-sectional hospital based study was conducted between February and March 2017 among 243 HIV adult patients at Sengerema designated district hospital, Mwanza, Tanzania. Socio-demographic and other relevant information were collected using pre-tested questionnaires. Detection of HBsAg and HCV antibodies was done by commercial rapid immunochromatographic test while the detection of anti-HBsAg was done using enzyme linked immunosorbent assay. Data were analyzed by using STATA version 13. The median age of the study participants was 43, interquartile range (IQR): 37 - 51 years. The majority 172 (70.8) of study participants were female and the majority (88%) of participants had CD4 count of greater than 200 counts/μl. The prevalence of HBsAg, HCV antibodies and anti-HBsAg were 26/243 (10.7%, 95% confidence interval [CI]: 7 - 14), 20/243 (8.2%, 95% CI: 4.7 - 11.6) and (100/243) 41.2%, 95% CI: 35
Qualidade de vida, apoio social e depress?o em idosos: rela??o com habilidades sociais
Carneiro, Rachel Shimba;Falcone, Eliane;Clark, Cynthia;Del Prette, Zilda;Del Prette, Almir;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722007000200008
Abstract: current studies suggest that the capacity to socially interact is basic for the elderly in order to reach out and keep social support, and to guarantee a better quality of life. the present study aimed to investigate the social abilities, social support, quality of life and depression of the elderly from universidade aberta da terceira idade da universidade do estado do rio de janeiro (unati/uerj), in the contexts of family and asylums. for this research the following tools were used: social skills inventory, social support measurement, whoqol-brief and geriatric depression scale-15. analysis of the data obtained from the instruments above, show that the elderly that live in asylums present a reduced repertoire of social abilities, a diminished social support network and an impaired quality of life. this research offers subsidies for the implantation of social skills training programs directed for the elderly, enhancing their ability to get social support and, therefore, a better quality of life.
Post-Formal Thought in Gerontagogy or Beyond Piaget  [PDF]
André Lemieux
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2012.23046
Abstract: Jean Piaget, one of the most influential theorists in developmental psychology, assumed that formal thought, characterized by the development of an individual’s logical capacities, was the last stage of adult thinking. In this article, we review how the brain evolved, describing its main structures, and examining each cerebral hemisphere’s specific functions. Evidence is also provided for the production of new neurons and new connections between them, forcing a revision of old theories about the decline of intellectual functions in the elderly. We then consider Jones’ theories X and Y, and the different definitions of intelligence (fluid vs. crystallized, and qualitative vs. quantitative), and how these perspectives have influenced the way we see intelligence. Evidence supporting the addition of another stage, named post-formal thought, is examined in the context of gerontagogy. Dialectical thought characterizes this stage, and developing wisdom is its main goal. We examine the two basic principles of dialectical thought, namely the principle of contradiction and the principle of relativity of everything. It is suggested that the learning of wisdom should be the focus of future university programs to educate the elderly.
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