Resultados: 7

‘Unheard voices’: Perceptions of women with mental illness on nurses screening routinely for domestic violence: A qualitative analysis

Invest. educ. enferm; 39 (3), 2021
Objective. To explore women's experiences of violence and their opinion on routine screening for domestic violence by nursing professionals in mental health care settings. Methods. This qualitative narrative research design was carried out among 20 asymptomatic women with mental illness at a tertiary car...

Professional and ethical values in Nursing practice: An Indian Perspective

Invest. educ. enferm; 39 (2), 2021
Objective. This study was carried out to examine professional and ethical values related to the profession from nurses' perspectives. Methods. This was a cross-sectional survey carried out among 124 randomly selected nurses working at a tertiary care hospital in South India. The data was collected using ...

Knowledge and perceptions of Indian primary care nurses towards mental illness

Invest. educ. enferm; 37 (1), 2019
Objective. To assess nurses’ knowledge and perceptions towards mental illness. Methods. This was a crosssectional descriptive study conducted among 126 randomly selected nurses those are working under District Mental Health program in Karnataka (India). The data was collected through self-reported ques...

Conocimientos, actitudes y prácticas de las enfermeras hindúes sobre el uso de restricciones físicas en pacientes psiquiátricos

Invest. educ. enferm; 36 (1), 2018
Objective. To assess nurses’ knowledge, attitude and practice towards using physical restraints among psychiatric patients. Methods. A descriptive cross sectional survey was carried out among conveniently selected sample of nurses working in psychiatry departments at a tertiary care center. The data wa...

Actitudes de los estudiantes de medicina y enfermería hacia la enfermedad mental: Una perspectiva hindú

Invest. educ. enferm; 35 (1), 2017
Objective. Compare the attitudes toward mental illness between medical and nursing undergraduate students from a university in India. Methods. A cross sectional descriptive study was carried out among medical (n=154) and nursing undergraduate students (n=168) using Attitude Scale for Mental Illness (ASMI...

Attitudes toward consumer involvement in mental health services: a cross-sectional survey of Indian medical and nursing undergraduates

Invest. educ. enferm; 34 (2), 2016
Objective.To understand the views of medical and nursing undergraduates regarding consumer involvement in mental health services. Methods. A descriptive cross sectional survey was conducted in Bangalore, South India, among medical (n=155) and nursing (n=116) undergraduates using self-reported the Mental ...

Knowledge and attitudes of undergraduate nursing students toward dementia: An Indian perspective

Invest. educ. enferm; 33 (3), 2015
Objective.This work evaluated nursing students' knowledge and attitudes toward individuals with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Methodology. This was a transversal, descriptive study carried out with a randomly selected group of nursing students (N = 122) from Bangalore, India, in 2013. The study used ...