Abdelaziz Hendy

Abdelaziz Hendy

Ain Shams University

H-index: 6

Africa-Egypt

Abdelaziz Hendy Information

University

Ain Shams University

Position

Assistant Lecturer at Pediatric Nursing Faculty of Nursing Egypt

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145

Citations(since 2020)

145

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6

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Ain Shams University

Abdelaziz Hendy Skills & Research Interests

Pediatric nursing

Neonatal nursing

Top articles of Abdelaziz Hendy

Are pediatric nurses prepared to respond to monkeypox outbreak?

Background Emphasizing the crucial significance of maintaining a national nursing workforce well-prepared with the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to respond effectively is the growing frequency of natural and environmental disasters, coupled with public health emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic. So, the study aimed to explore pediatric nurses’ preparedness to monkeypox outbreak, and their stress during this outbreak in Egypt. Methods A cross-sectional study was conducted on a 416 nurses direct care for children at selected governmental hospitals in Egypt. Demographic form, Questionnaire for Infectious Disease Outbreak Readiness & Preparedness, factors affecting nurses’ preparedness, and the generalized anxiety disorders scale-7 were the tools of the study. Results (81.5%) of studied nurses had unsatisfactory level of preparedness to monkeypox outbreak. (96.4%) and (95.4%) of them were affected their preparedness by high workload and inconsistent income with the of risk of infection factors. Also, (57.2%) of them had high stress level. Conclusions The study revealed the importance of ensuring adequate supplies of PPE are available and provided, and protocols must be implemented to ensure availability in case of an outbreak. Moreover, nurse staffing levels and workload distribution should be regularly reviewed to create reasonable nurse-patient ratios.

Authors

Bothayna Nader Sadek,Abdelaziz Hendy,Fahad M Alhowaymel,Abdulaziz F Abaoud,Atallah Alenezi,Ahmed Hendy,Eman A Ali

Journal

Plos one

Published Date

2024/4/11

The Stress Levels of Premature Infants’ Parents and Related Factors in NICU

IntroductionParental stress related to their infants’ hospitalization is a significant concern that affects both parents and their infants. Fathers’ experiences tend to be understudied compared to mothers. Further research on fathers’ stress levels is necessary. While parental stress has been correlated with infant health severity, the specific causes and risk factors contributing to heightened stress levels in parents of neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) infants are not yet fully understood and require further investigation.ObjectiveThis study aimed to examine the stress levels experienced by parents of premature infants in the NICU and to explore the factors associated with parental stress in this specific context.MethodsA cross-sectional observational design was used to accomplish this study, which was carried out on 743 parents from nine different NICUs located in governmental hospitals across various locations in Egypt …

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Salma El-Sayed,Salma Bakry,Shimmaa M Mohammed,Hossam Mohamed,Abdelmouttelb Abdelkawy,Rym Hassani,Madeha A Abouelela,Salwa Sayed

Journal

SAGE Open Nursing

Published Date

2024/2

Nursing Professional Commitment as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Work Environment and Missed Nursing Care Among Nurses: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

IntroductionNursing care plays a pivotal role in promoting patient well-being and optimizing health outcomes. The nursing profession is characterized by its commitment to delivering high-quality care to patients.ObjectiveThe purpose of the study was to explore the role of nursing professional commitment as a mediator between the work environment and missed nursing care.MethodsA cross-sectional analysis study “STROBE guideline” used an online structured questionnaire to collect data. It was conducted on a sample of 813 nurses who worked at seven governmental hospitals in Egypt, in the hospital wards, operating rooms, intensive care unit (ICU) or outpatient clinics, during a 4-month period from April to August 2022. Researchers used Characteristics of nurses, Nursing Work Index-Revised, Nursing Professional Commitment Scale, and MISSCARE Questionnaire to collect the data. Structural equation …

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Hadya Abboud Abdel Fattah,Madeha Ali Abouelela,Gehan Abd elfattah Atia,Maha Suwailem Shuaib Alshammari,Reda Mhmoud Mohamed Hables,Naif S Alzahrani,Ahmed Hendy,Abdulaziz Mofdy Almarwani

Journal

SAGE Open Nursing

Published Date

2024/1

Effect of educational intervention on nurses’ perception and practice of antimicrobial stewardship programs

BackgroundNurse involvement in antimicrobial stewardship programs is insufficient, which limits the programs' effectiveness. To evaluate the effect of the training programs on nurses' perception and practice of antimicrobial stewardship to embed it in practice.MethodsA quasi-experimental study without a control group was conducted on 115 nurses. A specifically validated and designed instrument was utilized to evaluate perception and practice before, after, and 2 months follow-up the training sessions.ResultsThe difference between the pre, post, and 2 months follow-up tests was highly significant for the dimensions of knowledge, perception, and practice (P < .01). Also, nurses reported a lack of knowledge, lack of training, high workload as barriers of AMS. Nurses suggested ways to overcome barriers such as physician and manager support, in-service training every 6 months, and saving time for training and …

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Sabah Al-Sharkawi,Sahar Mohamed Ahmed Hassanein,Sahar M Soliman

Journal

American Journal of Infection Control

Published Date

2023/1/1

Nurses' Performance about Creating Healing Environment and Clustering Nursing Care for Premature Infants

Background: Premature infants have markedly improved outcomes when the stress of environmental sensory overstimulation is reduced. Nurses, as the primary caregivers, play a crucial role in reducing infants' stress and promoting better outcomes. Aim: The study aimed to assess nurses' performance about creating healing environment and clustering nursing care for premature infants. Method: A descriptive research design was utilized in this study, all neonatal nurses (80) who were working at the time of the study were enrolled at our study. This study was carried out at Neonatal Intensive Care Units at Children Hospital and Maternity & Gynecological Hospital affiliated to Ain Shams University. Tools: The researchers employed two data collection tools: a pre-designed questionnaire to assess the nurses' characteristics and knowledge, and observation checklists. Results: Explained that knowledge score and training courses had high frequency positive effect on practice score at p value <0.01**. While years of experience had high frequency negative effect on practice score at p value <0.01** and age had slight frequency negative effect on practice score at p value <0.05* Conclusion: The majority of the studied nurses demonstrated incompetent practice, while less than two-thirds exhibited poor knowledge about healing environment and clustering care. Furthermore, a high positive correlation was found between nurses' knowledge and practice, highlighting the importance of knowledge enhancement in improving nursing practice. Recommendations: Continuous training programs should be applied for nurses in the NICUs to improve their …

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Sabah Saad Alsharkawy,Nahed Saied El-Nagger

Journal

Egyptian Journal of Health Care

Published Date

2023/6/1

The Beneficial Effects of Emotional Intelligence Training for Critical Care Nurses on Job Burnout: A Quasi-Experimental Study

Background:Critical care nurses are at especially high risk of burnout. Burnout is a maladaptive response to work-related stress that is associated with negative consequences for patients. Emotional intelligence enables nurses to make better decisions and manage their patients more effectively. It impacts positively on the quality of care. This study aimed to assess the effect of emotional intelligence training on job burnout for nurses at the critical care units.Materials and Methods:A quasi-experimental study was conducted at two critical care units: the Cardiac Surgery Academy and El Demerdash Hospital, both of which are affiliated to Ain Shams University. The subjects were 200 critical care nurses. Each group of nurses trained for five sessions, each lasting about two hours, in the form of seminars. Researchers collected data through self-administered questionnaires containing three parts (demographic data of …

Authors

Hadya Abboud Abdel Fattah,Gehan Karawan Sallam,Abdelaziz Said Hendy,Ahmed Abozeid,Nigel Rodenhurst

Journal

Iranian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Research

Published Date

2023/5/1

Effect of Training Program on Knowledge and Practice of Breast feeding Women During COVID-19

AimEvaluate the effect of the training program on knowledge and practice of breastfeeding women during coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).MethodsOne-group pretest/post-test quasiexperimental research design was utilized to accomplish the aim of this study. The study was carried out at the primary health care units Ad Dar Al Baida 1, Ad Dar Al Baida 2, Al Aziziyah at Riyadh Province of Saudi Arabia. The study included a convenience sample of 100 breastfeeding women.ToolA structured interviewing questionnaire sheet was used for data collection that included three parts knowledge, reported practice, and demographic characteristics.ResultsMore than one-quarter (30%) and (28%) of studied women had satisfactory knowledge-related causes, risk factor and signs, symptoms of COVID-19 at preintervention, while the majority 85% and 86% of them had satisfactory knowledge postintervention at p-value < …

Authors

Amnah M Harthi,Abeer M Harthi,Abdelaziz Hendy

Journal

SAGE Open Nursing

Published Date

2023/3

Implementation of enhanced recovery in cardiac surgery: An experimental study with the control group

IntroductionThe Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery protocol is the most recent addition to cardiac treatment. In this paper, we aimed to test the safety and viability of this protocol in our hospital to improve our standard of care.MethodsThis study was conducted as an experimental study with a historical control at the Maritime Heart Center, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. In order to quantify the success of this protocol, we measured the postoperative Length of Hospital Stay and three intensive care unit variables: time to extubation, time to ambulation, and opioid consumption. In the study, 100 patients were in the Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery group, and 103 patients were used as historic controls-selected by strenuous chart review and selection criteria.ResultsThe primary outcome (Length of Hospital Stay) was reduced from a mean of 8.88 ± 3.50 days in the control group to a mean of 5.13 ± 1 …

Authors

Ayman Hendy,Claudio DiQuinzo,Mark O'Reilly,Abdelaziz Hendy,Michael Vician,Chris Theriault,Edgar Chedrawy,Gregory Hirsch,Hashem Aliter

Journal

Asian Cardiovascular and Thoracic Annals

Published Date

2022/11/14

Self-Assessed capabilities, attitudes, and stress among pediatric nurses in relation to cardiopulmonary resuscitation

BackgroundIn emergency medicine, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is one of the most stressful scenarios for nurses who conduct both basic and advanced resuscitation methods.AimThis study aimed to assess nurses’ self-assessed capabilities, attitudes, and stress related to CPR.MethodsThis cross-sectional, observational study was carried out on 748 pediatric nurses at six governmental hospitals. A self–assessed ability questionnaire and a structured stress and attitude questionnaire was used for data collection.ResultsFor self-assessed abilities, 45.5% of the nurses had moderate scores. Concerning stress, 48.3% had moderate scores and 63.1% negative attitudes. Also, attitude and self-assessed abilities had a high-frequency negative effect on stress scores (P<0.05).ConclusionAttitude scores increased and stress scores decreased significantly with postgraduate educational level, attendance at training …

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Rym Hassani,Madeha Ali Abouelela,Abeer Nuwayfi Alruwaili,Hadya Abboud Abdel Fattah,Gehan Abd elfattah Atia,Fadia Ahmed Abdelkader Reshia

Journal

Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare

Published Date

2023/12/31

The outcomes of a healing environment and clustering nursing care on premature infants' vital signs, pain, and sleeping

Our study aimed to assess the effects of creating a healing environment and clustering nursing care on premature infants' vital signs, pain, and sleeping. The study had an experimental research design for the control and study group, each with 53 premature infants. We collected the data through the Vital Signs Sheet, Premature Infant Pain Profile, and Neonatal behavioral state. We used T-tests and chi-square tests to assess the differences between groups. There was a highly statistically significant difference between the study and control groups concerning respiration (p-value< 0.01) and heart rate, systolic blood pressure, and O 2 saturation (p-value< 0.05). 90.6% of participants in the study group had a mild total premature infant pain profile, while 37.7% of the control group had a moderate total premature infant pain profile score. Applying a healing environment and clustering nursing care significantly improved …

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Sabah Saad Alsharkawy,Nahed Saied El-Nagger

Journal

Journal of Medicine and Life

Published Date

2022/11

Effect of clustering nursing care on spreading covid-19 infection among nurses: a retrospective study

BackgroundThe nurse’s first and most important responsibility is to protect themselves from contracting or spreading COVID-19.PurposeInvestigate the effect of applying clustering nursing care on spreading COVID-19 infection and fatigue level among nurses who provide nursing care for COVID-19 patients.MethodsRetrospective case–control study, where cases had a COVID-19 infection in the previous six months and controls were free. Internet-based survey sent to nurses at eight hospitals.

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Sahar M Soliman,Sabah Saad Al-Sharkawi,Manar Fayez Alruwaili,Rym Hassani,Fadia Ahmed Abdelkader Reshia

Journal

International Journal of General Medicine

Published Date

2022

Mattering perception, work engagement and its relation to burnout amongst nurses during coronavirus outbreak

Aim To assess the mattering perception, feelings of burnout and work engagement amongst nurses during coronavirus outbreak. Design Cross‐sectional research design. Methods It conducted at Zagazig fever hospital and chest hospital on 280 nurses. A self‐administered questionnaire containing four parts; characteristics, mattering at Work Scale, Burnout scale and Engagement scale. Results The present study reported that more than half of studied nurses had moderate mattering level and more than one‐quarter of them had low mattering. More than two‐fifth of studied nurses had moderate level and slight less than one‐third of them had low engagement. More than two‐fifth of studied nurses had moderate level of burnout, whilst slight less than one‐third of them had high burnout, and one‐quarter of them had low burnout.

Authors

Salwa Ahmed Mohamed,Abdelaziz Hendy,Omaima Ezzat Mahmoud,Sayeda Mohamed Mohamed

Journal

Nursing Open

Published Date

2022/1

Impact of structured simulation-based and on-job training program on nurses' competency in pediatric peripheral intravenous cannulation: Children's hospital experience

BackgroundPeripheral intravenous cannulation (PIVC) is a frequent invasive, painful procedure in children. Nursing education and competency are of great importance to decrease complications.Objectivesto evaluate the impact of structured simulation-based PIVC training and on-job assessment program on nurses' knowledge, attitudes, and performance.DesignSettings/participants: A prospective, structured, competency improvement training, assessment, feedback, and reassessment conducted on 150 pediatric nurses. They provided nursing care for in-patients at the newly open Children's hospital, Ain Shams University.Methods: PIVC insertion skills and care knowledge, structured simulation-based mannequin training arm venipuncture model and on-job assessment were conducted. In the preparatory phase, 15 nurses were interviewed to develop the assessment tools. Knowledge and attitudes were assessed …

Authors

Sahar MA Hassanein,Hyam R Tantawi,Bothayna N Sadek,Abdelaziz Hendy,Hisham A Awad

Journal

Nurse Education Today

Published Date

2021/3/1

Predictive factors affecting stress among nurses providing care at COVID‐19 isolation hospitals at Egypt

Aims To examine predictive factors affecting stress among nurses providing care at COVID‐19 Isolation Hospitals at Egypt. Methods A cross‐sectional study conducted in five Isolation governmental hospitals for COVID‐19. 374 nurses included at the study. Characteristic forms, factors affecting nurses’ stress and Nursing Stress Scale (NSS) were used to collect data. Results (52.1%) of studied nurses had moderate level of total nursing stress scale. Also, (26.2%) of them had severe level, while (13.4% & 8.3%) of them had mild and normal level, respectively. Mean SD score of studied nurses regarding to total nursing stress scale was 99.47 ± 10.671. Conclusions Training for COVID‐19, availability of PPE, educational level and attention of hospital administration were negative predictor factors for nurses’ stress, while having children, people showed that COVID‐19 is stigma, fears of infection, workplace, fear of …

Authors

Abdelaziz Hendy,Ahmed Abozeid,Gehan Sallam,Hadya Abboud Abdel Fattah,Fadia Ahmed Abdelkader Reshia

Journal

Nursing open

Published Date

2021/1

Outcome of abdominal massage before gavage feeding on tolerated feeding for low birth weight infants

Aim To assess the effect of abdominal massage pre‐gavage feeding on tolerated feeding for low birth weight (LBW) infants. Methods An experimental research design at a government hospital at Egypt. Purposive sample composed of LBW infants was randomly divided into study and control groups each with 60 LBW infants. Results A total of 55% of the participants in the study group grew sleepy, whereas only 15% of the studied participants in the control group grew sleepy. The abdominal circumference after feeding in the study group was 23.18 ± 2.99 cm, whereas that in the control group was 24.79 ± 2.99 cm. The gastric residual volume in the study group was 0.8 ± 0.10 ml, whereas that in the control group was 3.86 ± 1.03 ml. Conclusion Finally, abdominal massage had a positive impact on the postfeeding state of alertness and feeding tolerance.

Authors

Manar Fayez Alruwaili Abdelaziz Hendy,Nahed Saied El-Nagger,Fadia Ahmed Reshia,Shahenda A. Salih,Ahmed Hendy,Ahmed Abozeid

Journal

Nursing open

Published Date

2021/11/30

Nursing competency for caring of high-risk neonates at neonatal intensive care unit

Background The survivor rate of High-Risk Neonates (HRNs) is growing; however, thenumber of them who need to receive competent care at Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) isincreasing. Competency in neonatal nursing has a direct effect on the health and safety of HRNs.The aim of the study was to assess nursing competency for caring of HRNs at NICU. Researchdesign a descriptive research design. Settings The study was carried out at NICU of Pediatric andMaternity Hospital affiliated to Ain Shams University. Subjects all available neonatal nurses atprevious mentioned setting (n=60) and purposive sample included 30 HRNs who connected withmechanical ventilation. Tools Pre-designed Questionnaire Sheet to assess nurses' knowledge aboutcare of HRNs on mechanical ventilation (MV), Competency Checklist to assess their competencylevel and modified Likert type scale to assess their attitude. Results the study revealed that theslightly less than half of studied nurses had good knowledge and more than three quarters of themwere incompetent regarding to care of HRNs on MV. Meanwhile, slightly less than three quartershad positive attitude regarding care of HRNs on MV. There was a positive correlation betweennurses' knowledge and their competency and attitude. Conclusion About three quarters of studiednurses were incompetent and had positive attitude regarding care of HRNs on MV, MeanwhileNearly half of them had good knowledge. Recommendation Implement competency-basedtraining programs, relying on job training to raise the efficiency of nurses and Continuous evaluationof nurses' competency level.

Authors

Abdelaziz Said Hendy,Sabah Saad Al-Sharkawi,Abd Al-Moniem,Iman Ibrahim

Journal

Egyptian Journal of Health Care

Published Date

2020/6/1

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What is Abdelaziz Hendy's h-index at Ain Shams University?

The h-index of Abdelaziz Hendy has been 6 since 2020 and 6 in total.

What are Abdelaziz Hendy's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Are pediatric nurses prepared to respond to monkeypox outbreak?

The Stress Levels of Premature Infants’ Parents and Related Factors in NICU

Nursing Professional Commitment as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Work Environment and Missed Nursing Care Among Nurses: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

Effect of educational intervention on nurses’ perception and practice of antimicrobial stewardship programs

Nurses' Performance about Creating Healing Environment and Clustering Nursing Care for Premature Infants

The Beneficial Effects of Emotional Intelligence Training for Critical Care Nurses on Job Burnout: A Quasi-Experimental Study

Effect of Training Program on Knowledge and Practice of Breast feeding Women During COVID-19

Implementation of enhanced recovery in cardiac surgery: An experimental study with the control group

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are the top articles of Abdelaziz Hendy at Ain Shams University.

What are Abdelaziz Hendy's research interests?

The research interests of Abdelaziz Hendy are: Pediatric nursing, Neonatal nursing

What is Abdelaziz Hendy's total number of citations?

Abdelaziz Hendy has 145 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abdelaziz Hendy?

The co-authors of Abdelaziz Hendy are Sahar M.A. Hassanein, Ahmed Abozeid, Nigel Rodenhurst.

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    Sahar M.A. Hassanein

    Sahar M.A. Hassanein

    Ain Shams University

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    Ahmed Abozeid

    Ahmed Abozeid

    Ain Shams University

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    Nigel Rodenhurst

    Nigel Rodenhurst

    Aberystwyth University

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