Resultados: 23

Validation of a moral distress instrument in nurses of primary health care

ABSTRACT Objective: to validate an instrument to identify situations that trigger moral distress in relation to intensity and frequency in primary health care nurses. Method: this is a methodological study carried out with 391 nurses of primary health care, applied to the Brazilian Scale of Moral Distr...

Presenteeism and musculoskeletal symptoms among nursing professionals

ABSTRACT Objective: to identify the prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms in two stages (before and after six months of the first stage) and its association with presenteeism among nursing professionals. Method: longitudinal study with quantitative data conducted in a Brazilian teaching hospital wit...

Work accidents and self-esteem of nursing professional in hospital settings

Abstract Objective: to analyze the occurrence of work accidents and the self-esteem of nurses in hospitals of a municipality of Minas Gerais. Method: descriptive-analytical and cross-sectional study developed with 393 nursing professionals from three hospitals of a municipality in southern Minas Gera...

Patient Safety Incidents and Nursing Workload

ABSTRACT Objective: to identify the relationship between the workload of the nursing team and the occurrence of patient safety incidents linked to nursing care in a public hospital in Chile. Method: quantitative, analytical, cross-sectional research through review of medical records. The estimation of ...

Auriculotherapy to reduce anxiety and pain in nursing professionals: a randomized clinical trial

RESUMEN Objectives: to evaluate the effectiveness of the auricular protocol (APPA) in reducing pain and anxiety and improving the quality of life of the nursing staff of a hospital. Method: randomized clinical trial with an initial sample of 180 professionals divided into 4 groups Control (G1), Seed (G...

A new contribution to the classification of stressors affecting nursing professionals

Objective: to identify and classify the most important occupational stressors affecting nursing professionals in the medical units within a hospital. Method: quantitative-qualitative, descriptive and prospective study performed with Delphi technique in the medical units of a general university hospital,...

A Grounded theory study of the intention of nurses to leave the profession

ABSTRACT Objective: this study explores the process of the development of an intention to leave bedside nursing. Method: the process was studied from the perspective of 21 nurses using the grounded theory method. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews and the constant comparative method o...

Cultural Adaptation and Reliability of the Compliance with Standard Precautions Scale (CSPS) for Nurses in Brazil

ABSTRACT Objective: this study aimed to carry of the cultural adaptation and to evaluate the reliability of the Compliance with Standard Precautions Scale (CSPS) for nurses in Brazil. Method: the adaptation process entailed translation, consensus among judges, back-translation, semantic validation an...

Assessment of the nursing care product (APROCENF): a reliability and construct validity study

ABSTRACT Objectives: to verify the reliability and construct validity estimates of the "Assessment of nursing care product" scale (APROCENF) and its applicability. Methods: this validation study included a sample of 40 (inter-rater reliability) and 172 (construct validity) assessments performed by nurs...

Characteristics of nursing professionals and the practice of ecologically sustainable actions in the medication processes

ABSTRACT Objectives: to verify the correlation between the characteristics of professionals and the practice of sustainable actions in the medication processes in an ICU, and to determine if interventions such as training and awareness can promote sustainable practices performed by nursing staff in the...