Resultados: 5

Handover communication in intensive therapy: nursing team meanings and practices

Rev. gaúch. enferm; 41 (), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the meanings built by the nursing team regarding communication at shift handover in intensive care units. Method: A qualitative study, grounded on the theoretical framework of Berlo, was developed in the intensive care unit of a hospital in Rio de Janeiro with the nursing...

Intensivist nurse performance in the collaborative model of continuous hemodialysis: links with patient safety

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 53 (), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To describe the Intensive Care Unit nurse's role in the management of continuous hemodialysis within the scope of the collaborative model, analyzing it regarding the links with patient safety. Method: A descriptive, qualitative, exploratory study based on the Reason safety model per...

Experience of nurses in the management of continuous hemodialysis and its influences on patient safety

ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the professional experience of intensive care nurses and its influence on their work activities in the continuous hemodialysis process and patient safety in the intensive care unit within the scope of the collaborative model. Method: qualitative and exploratory research, ...

Communication noise during the nursing team handover in the intensive care unit

ABSTRACT Objective: to describe the communication process among the professionals of the intensive care nursing team during the handover, analyzing the existence of noise and its repercussions on patient safety. Method: qualitative and exploratory study, in the light of Berlo, carried out at the intens...

Training of intensive care nurses to handle continuous hemodialysis: a latent condition for safety

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the repercussions of the training of nurses working in the Intensive Care Unit for the management of continuous hemodialysis regarding the safety of critical patients with acute renal failure. Method: Qualitative research developed considering James Reason's reference in ...