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1Dec-2021Continuing education interventions about person-centered care targeted for nurses in older people long-term care: a systematic reviewPakkonen, Mari ; Stolt, Minna ; Charalambous, Andreas ; Suhonen, Riitta 
25-Dec-2019Cultural Adaptation in Greek language and Validation of the instrument «Bullying in Nursing Education Questionnaire (BNEQ)» to university nursing studentsKalafati, Maria ; Tziaferi, Styliani ; Nieri, Alexandra Stauvroula ; Dede, Maria Niki ; Karanikola, Maria ; Mpouzika, Meropi 
323-Mar-2017Burnout among nurses working in social welfare centers for the disabledLahana, Eleni ; Papadopoulou, Konstantina ; Roumeliotou, Olga ; Tsounis, Andreas ; Sarafis, Pavlos ; Niakas, Dimitris 
419-Dec-2014Construction and validation of the quality of oncology nursing care scale (QONCS)Charalambous, Andreas ; Adamakidou, Theodoula 
5Sep-2014Linking patient satisfaction with nursing care: the case of care rationing - a correlational studyPapastavrou, Evridiki ; Andreou, Panayiota ; Tsangari, Haritini ; Merkouris, Anastasios 
629-Nov-2012Risser patient satisfaction scale: A validation study in Greek cancer patientsAdamakidou, Theodoula ; Charalambous, Andreas 
721-Jan-2011Factors influencing nurses' compliance with Standard Precautions in order to avoid occupational exposure to microorganisms: a focus group studyEfstathiou, Georgios ; Merkouris, Anastasios ; Raftopoulos, Vasilios ; Papastavrou, Evridiki