ד"ר מיכל יצחקי

סגל אקדמי בכיר בחוג לסיעוד-תכנית כללית
ראש חוג בחוג לסיעוד-תכנית כללית
חוג לסיעוד-תכנית כללית סגל אקדמי בכיר
ד"ר מיכל יצחקי
טלפון פנימי: 03-6405461
טלפון נוסף: 03-6409222
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משרד: מקצוע הבריאות, 307א

מידע כללי

 

 

ד"ר מיכל יצחקי היא ראש החוג לסיעוד ומרצה בכירה בחוג לסיעוד, בבית הספר למקצועות הבריאות.
 
 
שימשה כראש התכנית הכללית לתואר בוגר בסיעוד, בחוג לסיעוד בין השנים 2013 עד 2018.

בעבר היא עבדה כמדריכה קלינית במחלקה הכירורגית בבית החולים שיבא בתל-השומר, וריכזה תכניות לימודים בבית הספר האקדמי לסיעוד ע"ש זיוה טל, בתל השומר.

 

מיכל היא האחות המוסמכת הראשונה בארץ שסיימה את התואר השלישי במסגרת המסלול הישיר לדוקטורט.

היא למדה את  התואר הראשון, השני והשלישי בחוג לסיעוד באוניברסיטת תל-אביב.

במחלקה לסוציולוגיה ולאנתרופולוגיה באוניברסיטת בר אילן היא עשתה את לימודי הפוסט דוקטורט.

 

"אני מרגישה שיש לי את הזכות לפתח את תחום המחקר בסיעוד ולחנך את דור האחיות העתידי. באוניברסיטת תל –אביב למדתי את התואר הראשון, ומהתואר השני עברתי למסלול הישיר לדוקטוראט. הרמה של לימודי הסיעוד באוניברסיטת תל-אביב גבוהה מאד. אני גאה להוביל את החוג, יחד עם חברי הסגל, להשגים ולמצויינות".

 

מיכל עוסקת במחקרים, המשלבים שיטות מחקר כמותיות ואיכותניות, העוסקים בניהול רגשות של מטפלים ומטופלים. היא עורכת שיתופי פעולה בינלאומיים עם אחיות מובילות מארצות הברית ומאירופה בתחום של תיאוריות בסיעוד וטיפול בחברה רב תרבותית. מחקריה מתמקדים ברגשות הנחווים על ידי הצוות המטפל והמטופלים במצבי בריאות וחולי והתמודדותם עם פערים בין הרגש המצופה לרגש הנחווה בסיטואציות כגון: טיפול במחלות נפש, טיפול במצבי חירום ומחלות סופניות. בחינת הרגשות הנחווים וההתמודדות עמם כוללת התייחסות לחוסן רגשי ומאפייני אישיות ​הן של המטופלים ובני משפחותיהם והן של הצוות המטפל.

 

Research

Emotional Management, Cultural Competence and Resilience

My research focuses on emotions and  emotional management of patients and caregivers in complex care situations. I explore the feelings experienced by healthcare workers and patients and how they cope with differences between expected emotions and experienced emotions in life-threatening situations (emergency and disaster) and in the treatment of mental patients and terminal illnesses. Investigation of the emotions experienced by nurses and how they cope with these emotions includes attention to caring and emotional resilience. My research findings form the basis for developing intervention programs aimed at efficient emotional management, which includes both positive and negative emotions as well as raising the caregiver/patient's sense of resilience and emotional support. Moreover, I examine the perceptions and knowledge of caregivers and patients concerning chronic illness, end of life, and the effects of treatment on the caregiver, patient, and family members. I use a mixed methods design that combines qualitative and quantitative research methods.

 

תחומי מחקר

 

ניהול רגשות/עבודת רגשות, רגשות במצבי טיפול מורכבים

חוסן, מאפייני אישיות  ו-  Caring של מטפלים ומטופלים

כשירות תרבותית

אלימות כלפי צוות מטפל

​חינוך בסיעוד

 

 

 

פרסומים

ARTICLES

 Ehrenfeld M, Itzhaki M & Baumann SL. Nursing in Israel. Nursing Science Quarterly. 2007, 20, 372-375.

 

 Ea E, Itzhaki M, Ehrenfeld M & Fitzpatrick J. Acculturation among Immigrant Nurses in Israel and the US. International Nursing Review. 2010, 57, 443-448.

 

Itzhaki M & Koton S. Primary prevention of stroke: Knowledge and attitudes among healthy adult population. JINA- Journal of the Israeli Neurological Association. 2011, 6: 26-27. (Hebrew).

 

Itzhaki M,  Bar - Tal Y & Barnoy S. Reactions of staff members and lay people to family presence during resuscitation: the effect of visible bleeding, resuscitation outcome and gender. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2012, 68, 1967-1977, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2011.05883x

 

Itzhaki M, Bluvstein I, Raz S & Barnoy S. Factors affecting the actions and emotional reactions of nursing teachers following encounters with students who present them with internet information. Nurse Education Today. 2013, 33, 842-846, DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2012.02.002

 

Tabak N*/Itzhaki M*, Sharon D & Barnoy S. Intentions of nurses and nursing students to tell the whole truth to patients and family members. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2013, 22(9-10),1434-41. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04361x

*Equally contributing authors

 

Itzhaki M,  Ea E, Ehrenfeld M & Fitzpatrick J. Job satisfaction among immigrant nurses in Israel and in the United States of America. International Nursing Review. 2013, 60, 122-128. DOI: j.1466-7657.2012.01035.x

 

 Itzhaki M & Koton S. Knowledge, perceptions and thoughts of stroke among Arab-Muslim Israelis. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 2014, 13, 78 – 85. DOI:10.1177/1474515113479721

 

Coffey A, McCarthy G,  Weathers E, Friedman M, Gallo K, Ehrenfeld M,  Itzhaki M, Chan S, Li W, Poletti P, Zanotti R, Molloy D, McGlade C & Fitzpatrick J.  Nurses’ preferred end-of-life treatment choices in five countries. International Nursing Review. 2013, 60, 313 – 310. DOI: 10.1111/inr.12024

 

Melnikov S*/ Itzhaki M*, Kagan I. Israeli nurses' intention to report for work in an emergency or disaster. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 2014, 46 (2), 134-142. DOI:10.1111/jnu12056 

*Equally contributing authors

The article was chosen as the 'March 2014 Editor's Choice Article' of JNS.

 

 Itzhaki M, Treacy M, Phaladze N, Rumeu C, Vernon R, Marshall B, Fealy G, Ehrenfeld M, Larkin P, McNamara M, Dignam D, Rollins-Ganz N, Nelson J. A 5-country partnership to measure perception of nursing staffs’ caring for self, burnout and compassion fatigue. Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies. 2015, 2(1), Art. 8,1-20.

 

 Melnikov S, Itzhaki M & Koton, S. Differences between new immigrants from the Former Soviet Union and veteran residents in knowledge, perception and risk factors of stroke. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 2016, 31(6):500-506. DOI: 10.1097/JCN.0000000000000278

 

 Itzhaki M, Peles Bortz A, Kostistky A, Barnoy D, Filshtinsky V & Bluvstein I. Exposure of mental health nurses to violence as associated with job stress, life satisfaction, staff resilience and posttraumatic growth. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 2015, 24, 403-412. DOI: 10.1111/inm.12151

 

 Coffey A, McCarthy G,  Weathers E, Friedman M, Gallo K, Ehrenfeld M, Chan S, Li W, Poletti P, Zanotti R, Molloy D, McGlade C, Fitzpatrick J & Itzhaki M.  Nurses' knowledge of advanced directives and perceived confidence in end-of-life care: A cross-sectional study in five countries. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 2016, 22, 247-257. DOI: 10.1111/ijn.12417

 

 Itzhaki M, Hildsheimer G, Barnoy S & Katz M. Family involvement in medical decisions making: Perceptions of nursing and psychology students. Nurse Education Today. 2016, 40, 181-187, DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2016.03.002

 

Itzhaki M,  Meridan O, Sagiv-Schifter T & Barnoy S. Nursing students' attitudes and intention to  work with mentally ill patients before and after a planned intervention. Academic Psychiatry. 2017, 41, 337- 344, DOI: 10.1007/s40596-016-0521-3

 

Itzhaki M, Melnikov S & Koton, S. Gender differences in feelings and knowledge about stroke. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2016, 25, 2958–2966, DOI: 10.1111/jocn.13366

 

 Warshawski S, Barnoy S & Itzhaki M. Factors associated with nursing students' resilience: Communication skills course, use of social media and satisfaction with clinical placement. Journal of Professional Nursing. 2016, 33(2), 153-161, DOI: 10.1016/j.profnurs.2016.08.006  

 

 Barnoy S, Biton A & Itzhaki M. Social inclusion of children with Down syndrome: Jewish and Muslim mothers' knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behavioral intentions. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 2017, 35, 50-56, DOI: 10.1016/j.pedn.2017.02.035

 

Melnikov S, Itzhaki M & Koton, S. Age-group and gender differences in stroke knowledge in an Israeli Jewish adult population. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 2017, DOI: 10.1097/JCN.0000000000000424

 

Kagan I, Itzhaki M & Melnikov S. Patriotism, organizational commitment and nurses' intention to report to work in emergencies. International Nursing Review. 2017, 64 (4), 468-475, DOI: 10.1111/inr.12395

 

Avrech Bar M, Katz Leurer M, Warshawski S & Itzhaki M. The Role of personal resilience and personality traits of healthcare students on their attitudes towards interprofessional collaboration. Nurse Education Today.  2017, 61, 36-42, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.11.005 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.11.005http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.11.005

 

 Itzhaki M, Bluvstein I, Peles Bortz A, Kostistky A, Barnoy D, Filshtinsky V  & Tehilla, M. Exposure to workplace violence leads to job stress, which leads to reduced professional quality of life. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 2018, 9:59. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00059

 

Warshawski S, Itzhaki & Barnoy S. The associations between peer caring behaviors and social support to nurse students' caring perceptions. Nurse Education in Practice. 2018, 31, 88-94

 

Itzhaki M.  Knowledge and feelings about colorectal cancer among the Jewish adult population in Israel: A mixed methods study. Applied Nursing Research. 2018, 43, 64-68. DOI: org/10.1016/j.apnr.2018.07.003

 

Warshawski S, Amit Aharon A & Itzhaki M. It takes two to tango: Public attitudes toward prevention of workplace violence against healthcar staff: A mixed methods studyJournal of Interpersonal Violence. 2019,  DOI: 10.1177/0886260519846865

 

Warshawski S, Itzhaki M & Barnoy S. Nurse and nurse student attitudes and perceived self-efficacy in use of information and communication technologies: Professional and cultural differences. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 2019, 37(1), 20-28

 

Amit Aharon A. Warshawski S. & Itzhaki M. Public knowledge, attitudes, and intention to act violently, with regard to violence directed at health care staff. Nursing Outlook. 2020, 6, 220-230

 

Itzhaki M, Katz Leurer M, Warshawski S & Avrech Bar M. Preparedness of health professions students for interprofessional collaboration: A mixed method study. Teaching in Higher Education, 2020, doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2020.1769057

 

Amit Aharon A. Warshawski S. & Itzhaki M. Association between witnessing and justifying workplace violence towards nurses in Israel. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 2020, DOI: 10.1111/jnu.12603.

 

Shmilovitz R, Itzhaki M & Koton S. Associations between gender, sex-types, and caring behaviors among nurses in mental health. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 2020, DOI: 10.1111/jpm.12694

 

Furman G, Bluvstein I & Itzhaki M. Emotion work and resilience of nurses and physicians towards Palestinian Authority pediatric patients.   inr.12672/10.1111 International Nursing Review.  2021, DOI:

 

Kagan I, Shor R, Ben Aharon I, Yerushalmi S, Kigli-Shemesh R, Gelman S & Itzhaki M. A mixed method study of nurse managers’ managerial and clinical challenges in mental health centers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 2021. DOI: 10.1111/jnu.12685

 

Asman A, Kagan I & Itzhaki M. Nursing students' experience and perceptions with an anatomy laboratory session: A mixed method study. Anatomical Sciences Education. 2021. DOI: 10.1002/ase.2106

 

Drach-Zahavy A, Goldbalt H, Admi H, Ohana I, Blau A & Itzhaki M. A multi-level perspective to nursing students' resilience: Lessons learned from the first stage of the COVID-19 outbreak: A cross sectional design. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2021. DOI: 10.1111/jan.14951

 

Grinshpun M, Itzhaki M*, Barnoy S*. Nursing students' emotional work and its consequences following encounters with e-patients who present reliable or unreliable information; A scenario based cross sectional survey. Nurse Education Today. 2021. DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2021.105117

 

Warshawski S, Amit Aharon A & Itzhaki M. The public’s mixed emotional responses to violence directed at nurses: a mixed methods study. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2021. DOI: 10.1111/jocn.16039

 

 

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Nelson J, Itzhaki M, Ehrenfeld M, Tinker A, Hozak S & Johnson S. Nurses' caring for self: A four – country descriptive study (England, Israel, New Zealand and the USA). In J. Nelson & J. Watson (Eds.), Measuring caring. International research on caritas as healing (pp. 357 -370). 2011,New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

 

Ben Natan M, Ehrenfeld M & Itzhaki M. Applications of Transcultural Nursing Theory. In J. J. Fitzpatrick & A. L. Whall (Eds.), Conceptual models of nursing: Global perspectives (5th ed.). (pp. 148 -163). 2016, Englewood, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

Nelson J, Thomas P, Cato D, Gözüm S, Oja K, Dampier S, Perry DM, Poole k, Barroa A, Guandalini L, Kaya A, Itzhaki M, Gantz I, Williamson T, Vrbnjaak D. Testing an international model of nurses job satisfaction to support the quadruple aim. In J. Nelson, J. Felgen & M. Ann Hozak (Eds.), Using Predictive Analytics to Improve Healthcare Outcomes. (pp. 243-270). 2021, New York: Wiley Publishing

 

BOOKS EDITED

Shatzman C, Itzhaki M. (Scientific Eds.). Davis's guide to clinical nursing skills. (J. Rhoads & B. J. Meeker). 2009, Neot- Nordiya, Israel: Yeda Professional Publishing LTD.  (Original work published 2008). (Hebrew).

 

MORE PUBLICATIONS (HEBREW)

 Itzhaki M,  Shichor T  & Rosenberg H. Zero tolerance to violence. The Nurse in Israel. 2009, 181: 27-32. 

 Rubinstein  D, Raanan O, Itzhaki  M, Gelbert O, Shalish Y, Shatzman C & Siebzehner MI. Successful aging in an assisted living facilty. Body of Knowledge – The Israel Journal for Nursing Research. 2010, 7: 26-35.

 Harpaz I,  Mozes V, Mintz L, Zilberman N & Itzhaki M. Self fulfillment as a motive to change. From Hi Tech to nursing. The Nurse in Israel. 2011, 186: 40-44. 

Shalish Y, Gelbert O, Itzhaki  M, Rubinstein  D,  Raanan O & Siebzehner MI. Happiness among elderly people. Body of Knowledge – The Israel Journal for Nursing Research. 2012, 9: 55-60. 

Koren A, Mintz A & Itzhaki M. (2014). Is this a mistake? Perception of nursing students’ errors by clinical perceptors. Body of Knowledge – The Israel Journal for Nursing Research. 2014, 11: 2-14

Amit Aharon A & Itzhaki M. Cochrane Nursing Care: Field–Communication skills training for health care professionals who work with cancer patients. The Nurse in Israel. 2020, 204: 41-44

Shemer R , Amit Aharon A Warshawski S & Itzhaki M. Thoughts arising among the public following exposure to verbal or physical violence towards health care staff. The Nurse in Israel. 2020, 204: 57-63

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