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...

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...

Comunicação na clínica do cuidado de enfermagem na terapia intensiva: o caso do handover

Introdução: Unidades de Terapia Intensiva têm como objetivo fornecer suporte a pacientes críticos que exigem cuidados complexos e especializados, realizados por uma equipe multiprofissional e interdisciplinar, com destaque para o enfermeiro. Neste ambiente, a comunicação está intensamente presente...

Handoff communication in intensive care: links with patient safety

Abstract Objective: To gather scientific evidence about ICU handoff practices and their implications on the safety of communication among team members about hospitalized patients. Method: This was an integrative review conducted in the Medline, PubMed, Cinahl and Scopus databases with the descriptors p...

O potencial terapêutico de uma oficina no território: autonomia e noção de pertença

Objective: This study describes the therapeutic potential of a workshop in the territory for users of the Psychosocial Care Center and discuss the proposed therapy workshop and user interaction with the territory. Methods: Descriptive and exploratory research. The data resulted from participant observati...