Resultados: 4

Training and evaluation of professional competency in pediatric nursing: perspective of university professors

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 53 (), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the training and evaluation of professional competency to work in the area of pediatric nursing based on the conceptions and experiences of university professors. Method: A qualitative study conducted with pediatric nursing professors from six public undergraduate cours...

Representaciones maternas sobre el cuidado de recién nacidos de riesgo: discurso del sujeto colectivo

Aim: To capture maternal representations about the provision of care to newborns with very low birth weight in neonatal hospital units. Method: A qualitative study involving 41 mothers interviewed between November 2011 and July 2012. For analysis, we used the Social Representations framework, following t...

Nursing care in early childhood: contributions from intersubjective recognition

Rev. bras. enferm; 70 (2), 2017
ABSTRACT Objective: to understand the elements composing intersubjective recognition that are relevant for nursing care in early childhood in favor of comprehensive child development. Method: reflexive study based on the Honnethian concept of intersubjective recognition in the dimensions of affection, ...

Child safety from the perspective of essential needs

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 22 (4), 2014
OBJECTIVE: to characterize the maternal care for children under one year of age with a view to child health promotion at home. METHOD: exploratory study with qualitative data analysis, thematic mode, based on the conceptual framework of the essential needs of children, based on interviews recorded with 1...