Journal article

Bibliometric mapping of intensive care nurses' wellbeing: development and application of the new iAnalysis model

Rebecca J Jarden, Ajit Narayanan, Margaret Sandham, Richard J Siegert, Jane Koziol-McLain

BMC NURSING | BMC | Published : 2019


Background: Intensive care nurse wellbeing is essential to a healthy healthcare workforce. Enhanced wellbeing has widespread benefits for workers. Bibliometrics enables quantitative analysis of bourgeoning online data. Here, a new model is developed and applied to explore empirical knowledge underpinning wellbeing and intensive care nurse wellbeing in terms of size and impact, disciplinary reach, and semantics. Methods: Mixed methods bibliometric study. Firstly, a new model coined 'iAnalysis' was developed for the analysis of published data. Secondly, iAnalysis was applied in two studies to examine wellbeing and ICU nurse wellbeing. Study one explored data from a title search with search ter..

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