Resultados: 26

Adherence to safety barriers in medication administration: patients' perception

Objective: to analyze the perception of patients about health professionals' adherence to safety barriers in medication administration. Method: cross-sectional and correlational study carried out in a hospital in the countryside of São Paulo, with a total of 249 adult patients admitted to the medical c...

Knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about acute coronary syndrome among patients with type 2 diabetes

Objective: to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of Guyanese individuals with type 2 diabetes regarding acute coronary syndrome and explore associations between these measures and the population's sociodemographic and clinical characteristics. Method: cross-sectional study conducted in Linde...

Cesarean childbirth: an institutional socio-clinical study of the professional practices and discourses

Objective: to analyze how the social, historical, economic and professional elements influence the institutionalization process of cesarean childbirth in Brazil and France. Method: a qualitative study grounded on the theoretical framework of the institutional socioclinic. The data were produced through ...

The therapeutic itinerary of health workers diagnosed with COVID-19

Objective: to analyze the therapeutic itinerary of health workers diagnosed with COVID-19. Method: qualitative study conducted with 132 health workers diagnosed with COVID-19. Data were collected using a semi-structured form sent through the social media and processed with the Interface de R pour Analys...

Implementation of the e-SUS Primary Care system: Impact on the routine of Primary Health Care professionals

Objective: to understand how the implementation of the e-SUS Primary Care system has been processed and its impact on the daily life of the health teams. Method: a qualitative research study, conducted in a municipality in the inland of the state of São Paulo with professionals who work in Primary Heal...

Risks of occupational illnesses among health workers providing care to patients with COVID-19: an integrative review

Objective: to analyze evidence concerning the risks of occupational illnesses to which health workers providing care to patients infected with COVID-19 are exposed. Method: integrative literature review conducted in the following online databases: Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online ...

Confirmatory factorial analysis of the Maslach Burnout Inventory - Human Services Survey in health professionals in emergency services

Objective: to confirm the factorial validity of the Maslach Burnout Inventory - Human Services Survey version in a sample of health professionals from the emergency services. Method: a quantitative, exploratory, descriptive and analytical study. Two hundred and eighty-two health professionals participat...

Nasogastric/nasoenteric tube-related adverse events: an integrative review

Objective: to analyze in the scientific literature the evidence on nasogastric/nasoenteric tube related adverse events in adult patients. Method: integrative literature review through the search of publications in journals indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE, CINAHL, LILACS, EMBASE and Scopus, and hand searching,...

Nursing now and always: evidence for the implementation of the Nursing Now campaign

Objective: to identify the guiding axes of the documents that grounded the Nursing Now campaign and relate the recommendations of these documents to the campaign goals. Method: documentary research, based on the analysis of the documents that promoted the Nursing Now campaign. The data were collected be...

Psychosocial factors and Burnout Syndrome among mental health professionals

Objective: to identify biopsychosocial factors at work associated with the Burnout Syndrome in mental health professionals. Method: a cross-sectional study with a quantitative approach conducted with a sample of 293 mental health service workers from the public network of a municipality in the inland of...