Resultados: 49

Mental health of healthcare professionals in China during the new coronavirus pandemic: an integrative review

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.2), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify publishing related to the mental health of health professionals working in the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: an integrative review that included primary articles indexed in the Latin American and Caribbean Literature in Health Sciences, Medical Literature...

Prevention and control measures for neonatal COVID-19 infection: a scoping review

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.2), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify with the literature the measures to prevent and control neonatal infection by COVID-19. Methods: a scope review carried out by searching for studies in databases and institutional health websites. The final sample was 25 articles. Results: among the main measures are th...

Personal Protective Equipment in the coronavirus pandemic: training with Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.2), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: to discuss the application of Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice for attire and unattire training in the context of COVID-19 and structure a practical guide to the application at this juncture. Methods: this methodological study described theoretical and practical aspects of the applic...

Hand hygiene in high-complexity sectors as an integrating element in the combat of Sars-CoV-2

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.2), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: to perform a situational diagnosis of the behavior of health professionals concerning hand hygiene practices in highly-complex sectors. Methods: this quantitative and retrospective study was based on reports (2016 and 2017) of Adult and Pediatric ICUs of a Federal hospital in Rio de...

Mental health of nursing in coping with COVID-19 at a regional university hospital

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.2), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify prevalence and factors associated with anxiety and depression in nursing professionals who work to cope with COVID-19 at a university hospital. Methods: a cross-sectional observational study using a sociodemographic questionnaire and Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale...

Painful and stressful procedures and analgesia in newborns from the viewpoint of professionals

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the procedures considered painful and stressful by health professionals from a neonatal intensive care unit and check the measures of analgesia. Method: Descriptive exploratory quantitative study with 65 health professionals, from November 2016 to February 2017. Results...

Multidisciplinary team actions of a Brazilian Psychosocial Care Center for Alcohol and Drugs

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to investigate the criteria used by health professionals to identify the phase of consumption of alcohol and drug users, and actions directed to their care. Method: a qualitative study developed with 14 professionals from a Brazilian Psychosocial Care Center for Alcohol and Drugs (C...

Mental health in primary health care: health-disease according to health professionals

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze perceptions of the Family Health Strategy (FHS) professional team about mental health-disorder and to identify health actions developed by the team for people with mental disorders. Method: a qualitative study of a Marxist theoretical framework and a dialectical method. 9...

Perception of health professionals about neonatal palliative care

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the perception of health professionals about neonatal palliative care. Method: A phenomenological qualitative study, a non-probabilistic sample, of 15 health professionals from a neonatal intensive care unit in northern Portugal. Content analysis was performed. Results:...

Occupational stress and engagement in primary health care workers

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To evaluate levels of occupational stress and work engagement among primary health care workers. Method: A descriptive, correlational and transversal study was carried out in a small municipality in the countryside of São Paulo, with a non-probabilistic sample of convenience, with ...