Resultados: 5

Care provided by the father to the child with cancer under the influence of masculinities: qualitative meta-synthesis

Rev. bras. enferm; 71 (1), 2018
ABSTRACT Objective: To synthesize and interpret findings and conclusions of qualitative research addressing the experience of the father in the care of the child with cancer. Method: Meta-synthesis of 16 qualitative studies from six databases, analyzed through taxonomic analysis. Results: Child and ad...

CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION AND VALIDATION EVIDENCE OF THE PERINATAL GRIEF SCALE

Texto & contexto enferm; 26 (1), 2017
ABSTRACT Objective: to carry out cross-cultural adaptation and validation of evidence Perinatal Grief Scale into Portuguese of Brazil and French of Canada languages. Method: a methodological study involving application of Perinatal Grief Scale from the set of cross-cultural adaptation procedures. The p...

Factors associated with the grief after stillbirth: a comparative study between Brazilian and Canadian women

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 50 (4), 2016
Abstract OBJECTIVE To verify the association between complicated grief and sociodemographic, reproductive, mental, marital satisfaction, and professional support characteristics in women after stillbirth. METHOD Cross-sectional study with 26 women who had stillbirth in 2013, living in the city of Marin...

Nursing students' perceptions of their experiences with fathers during their family nursing clinical practicum

Texto & contexto enferm; 20 (4), 2011
There is consensus that supporting fathers' involvement in their children's care is essential and that nurses can play an important role, facilitating this process. There is little evidence about how nurses' education as family nurses enable them to work with fathers. This study aimed to explore undergra...

The transition to fatherhood: the role of formal and informal support structures during the post-partum

Texto & contexto enferm; 15 (4), 2006
The transition to fatherhood is a period in an individualÆs life that calls upon his/her adaptive capacities. The quality of social support available to parents is an important factor in theiradjustment to their new role. The purpose of this correlative study among 160 first-time fathers and 160 first-t...