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Pathology of Military Nursing Course: A Hybrid Study
Saeed Nikroo, Hosein Mahmoudi *, Sajjad Peyvasteh, Mohammad Noorollahe
Nursing Trauma Research Center and Department of Medical Surgical, School of Nursing , Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran University of Medical Sciences , h.mahmoudi@bmsu.ac.ir
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Background and Aim: Military Nursing is a new field in Iran; given the emphasis on the crisis management process and dealing with trauma patients in the field, the services of the field seem to be welcomed by those involved in the crisis and events in the country. The study explored the pathology of military nursing based on the hybrid model.
Methods: In this study, concept analysis was performed by the hybrid method in three stages. In the theoretical stage, a systematic review using the PRISMA protocol by searching the scientific databases of Pubmed, Scopus, Web of science and some Persian language scientific databases with the keywords of military nursing, pathology, field of study, systematic review and their English equivalent was done until July 2019. Ultimately, five studies were reviewed, evaluated, and analyzed. In the fieldwork stage, interviews were conducted with 11 experts in the field. Interviews recorded and content analysis was done. In the third stage, the results of the two previous stages were merged.   
Results: In the theoretical stage, the review of literature exhibited that some paramount important factors of nursing field pathology were: lack of a unified definition of nursing in the country, lack of care-oriented curriculum, irresponsible curriculum, non-compliance of the curriculum with community needs, lack of evidence-based practice, lack of design of a native model for education nursing in the country, lack of organizational position for nursing instructors in hospitals, resistance to change and lack of motivation of some students were the most important harmful factors in the field of military nursing in Iran. Analyzing data in the field revealed that the pathologic factors of military nursing include three main categories including the nature of the discipline, human factors and managerial factors.
Conclusion: By recognizing the pathologic factors of military nursing in theory and practice, appropriate students will be attracted to the field. By modifying the teaching process and handing over the management of this field to successful and interested people in the field of military nursing, the pathological factors will be neutralized and the development background will be provided.
Keywords: Military Nursing, Field Pathology, Concept Study.
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Type of Study: Orginal Research | Subject: military medcine
Received: 2019/08/18 | Accepted: 2020/05/29 | Published: 2020/10/10
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Nikroo S, Mahmoudi H, Peyvasteh S, Noorollahe M. Pathology of Military Nursing Course: A Hybrid Study. J Mil Med 2020; 22 (8) :818-828
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