Resultados: 130

The meaning of the care of hospitalized children: experiences of nursing professionals

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to understand the meaning of the care of hospitalized children for the nursing professionals of a pediatric unit. Method: phenomenological study, based on the existential phenomenology of Martin Heidegger. Ten nursing professionals were interviewed with the guiding question: "What i...

Quality of life in the climacteric of nurses working in primary care

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to evaluate the quality of life of primary care nurses in the climacteric. Method: A cross-sectional descriptive-analytic study, performed with 98 female nurses, aged 40-65 years, using the WHOQOL-Bref questionnaire. Results: the worst level of quality of life was observed for prof...

Nurses' moral deliberation in the child care process

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To understand the nurses' moral deliberation in the face of an ethical problem involving breastfeeding. Method: Qualitative study based on the methodological theoretical framework of deliberative bioethics. Data collection was through a vignette-based interview and results were orga...

Perception of nursing workers on the care of hypertension in older adult

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.2), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To understand how nursing workers perceive care of hypertension (HBP) in older adult within the scope of the Family Health Strategy. Method: A qualitative descriptive study carried out in the city of Natal/RN, with 20 nursing workers providing care to older adults with HBP. The data...

Aging, sexuality and nursing care: the elderly woman's look

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.2), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the perception of elderly women about sexuality and practice of nursing care in this context. Method: a descriptive qualitative study. Fifty elderly women from Guanambi City - Bahia State were interviewed in 2016. Data collection technique was direct interview by using an...

Nurses' competencies in health promotion for homebound older people

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.2), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify competencies related to health promotion targeting homebound older people, as they appear in the literature. Method: systematic review using the LILACS, Scopus, CINAHL, PubMed and Cochrane Library databases. The search was performed in November 2017. Selected articles we...

Nurse care for the hospitalized elderly's spiritual dimension

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.2), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the nurse care for the spiritual hospitalized elderly's dimension. Method: a qualitative study, based on Jean Watson's Theory of Human Caring. The study included 17 nurses working in a geriatric center in Salvador City, Bahia State, Brazil. The collection of testimonies o...

Self-confidence in the care of critically ill patients: before and after a simulated intervention

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To evaluate the self-confidence of nurses in the care of critically ill patients, before and after a simulated intervention. Method: A quasi-experimental study was carried out with 103 nurses who participated in a workshop on the care of critically ill patients in the first semester...

Nurses defending the autonomy of the elderly at the end of life

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to understand how nurses deal with the elderly's autonomy at the end of life. Method: qualitative, exploratory study, guided by the Grounded Theory. Ten nurses, eight doctors and 15 nursing technicians were interviewed between November 2016 and May 2017 at a university hospital in R...

Nursing care systematization: perceptions and knowledge of the Brazilian nursing

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to present the perception and knowledge of Brazilian nursing nurses and academics regarding Nursing Care Systematization. Method: a descriptive study, carried out in the first half of 2018. Results: of the 596 respondents, 86% perceived Nursing Care Systematization as very importan...