Resultados: 10

Best practices in newborn care in COVID-19 times: an integrative review

ABSTRACT Objective: to identify scientific evidence on best practices in newborn care, from the delivery room to the home, in COVID-19 times. Method: an integrative review conducted in April 2020 at National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health (PubMed), Cumulative Index to Nursing and Al...

Challenges faced by pediatric nursing workers in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

Objective to identify the challenges pediatric nursing workers face as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Method qualitative study, using a semi-structured electronic form applied to nursing workers from pediatric services in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Data were submitted to lexicographic an...

Criança com estoma nos estudos de Pós-Graduação Stricto Sensu em Enfermagem: destacando aspectos epistemológicos

Rev. enferm. UERJ; 28 (), 2020
Objetivo: analisar as dissertações e teses defendidas nos cursos de Pós-Graduação Stricto Sensu em Enfermagem, no Brasil, relativas ao tema criança com estoma, destacando seus aspectos epistemológicos. Método: estudo documental, descritivo, considerando o recorte temporal entre 2009 e 2019. Utili...

Care given to newborns fed by gastric tube: concepts and practices

ABSTRACT Objective: to describe the conduct related to feeding care through gastric tube in neonates hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, from scientific articles published in the last five years. Method: an integrative literature review was developed in the databases: MEDLINE, LILACS, S...

Communication in the management of the nursing care before the death and dying process

ABSTRACT Objective: to understand, from the perspective of complexity, the factors related to communication for the management of the nursing care before the death and dying of hospitalized people. Method: the Complex Thought and Grounded Theory were used as theoretical and methodological references, r...

Care management for the hospitalized child with chronic cancer pain: intervening conditions

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To understand the intervening conditions of care management for the hospitalized child with chronic cancer pain. Method: Qualitative research, anchored in the methodological and theoretical frameworks, respectively, Grounded Theory and Complex Thinking. The semi-structured interview...

Nurse researchers and nursing assistants: construction and projection of polymorphous identities

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To understand the meanings that nurse researchers and nursing assistants attribute to one another, and to the development of research produced by Nursing. Method: Qualitative research. The Grounded Theory and the Complexity Theory were used as theoretical and methodological framewor...

Management challenges for best practices of the Kangaroo Method in the Neonatal ICU

Rev. bras. enferm; 71 (supl.6), 2018
ABSTRACT Objective: To understand the conditions that influence the adherence and application of best practices by nurses in the context of the Nursing care management in the Kangaroo Mother Care in the Neonatal ICU. Method: Study of qualitative approach, whose theoretical and methodological frameworks...

The process of dying/death: intervening conditions to the nursing care management

Rev. bras. enferm; 71 (4), 2018
ABSTRACT Objective: To exhibit the factors that influence the Nursing care management in the face of death and the process of dying/death of hospitalized adults in the medical-surgical units for hospitalization. Method: The Grounded Theory was applied with the theorical support of the Complex Thinking ...

Nurses' adherence to the Kangaroo Care Method: support for nursing care management

OBJECTIVE:

construct an explanatory theoretical model about nurses' adherence to the Kangaroo Care Method at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, based on the meanings and interactions for care management.

METHOD:

qualitative research, based on the refe...