International Journal of Nursing Critical Care

International Journal of Nursing Critical care aims to improve the care of critically ill patients by distributing, and promoting information relevant to intensive care. The Journal is devoted to Nurses and Other Health Professionals involved in the care of patients with critical needs. Focus and Scope of the Journal: • Assessment of critical care patients  • Anatomy and physiology of the respiratory, cardiovascular, renal, gastrointestinal and integumentary systems • Intensive care • Critical care environmental issues. • Critical Care Networks. • End of life care • Ethical and legal issues in critical care • Patient centered care • Inotropic therapy, invasive and non-invasive cardiac output monitoring. • Safety Culture • Replacement therapies


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Vol 3, No 2 (2017)

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Table of Contents


An Exploratory Study on Preferences for Adopting Family Planning Methods Among Married Males Residing in Selected Areas of Dera Bassi, District Mohali, Punjab PDF
Deepak Ahuja 1-25
A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme (PTP) on Knowledge regarding Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) among Staff Nurses Working in Critical Care Units in JSS Hospital at Mysuru PDF
Paramesha N 26-29
Effectiveness of Psycho-Social Intervention Package on Social Anxiety and Professional Adjustment Among the Nursing Students in Selected Nursing Colleges, Chennai-Pilot Study Report PDF
Anitha Jayaraj 30-32
Geriatric Nursing: Person-Centered Care PDF
Parimala K. Samuel 33-37
A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Information Booklet Regarding Vaccine Preventable Diseases Among Mothers of Under Five Children, at Vantamuri Primary Health Centre, Vantamuri, Belagavi, Karnataka PDF
Abay D. Pattan 38-42
Couvade Syndrome PDF
Jayasri  J. 43-47
Sleep Duration of Inpatients with a Depressive Disorder: Associations with Age, Subjective Sleep Quality, and Cognitive Complaints PDF
Renuka Sankar 53-61
Level of Anxiety Among the Mothers of Thalassemic Children PDF
Ariya Lakshmi 48-52
A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge of Mothers Regarding Safety Aspects of Under Five Years Children with the View to Develop Instructional Guidelines in Selected Area Jandiala Guru, Amritsar, Punjab PDF
Ashu Kesar 62-87