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Nursing Student Experiences of Caring for Burned Patient: From Fearfulness to Normalization

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
Objective. To describe the care experiences of students in burn units. Methods. Qualitative research of the phenomenological descriptive type which was conducted with the participation of eight senior nursing students in Shiraz College of Nursing and Midwifery, Iran. The method used for gathering data ab...

Burden and Gender inequalities around Informal Care

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
This work comes from the interest and need to understand the problems arising from the activity of caring for dependent people, in the world and particularly in the European region. Altogether, it seeks to understand the consequences of informal care on the caregiver adding to the debate a gender perspec...

Burnout among nursing students: a mixed method study

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
Objective. Investigate the burnout syndrome among undergraduate students in nursing. Methods. Explanatory sequential mixed method study conducted at a public university in Brazil. Of the 119 nursing students, 114 consented to participate and answered a questionnaire composed of sociodemographic, academic...

Effectiveness of Milieu Therapy in reducing conflicts and containment rates among schizophrenia patients

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
Objective. To evaluate effectiveness of Milieu Therapy in reduction of conflict and containment rates among schizophrenia patients. Methods. This study utilized quasi experimental non-equivalent control group pre-post design. One hundred schizophrenia patients admitted in acute psychiatric wards were non...

Social representations of nurses. Differences between incoming and outgoing Nursing students

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
Objective. This article explored and compared social representations of nurses held by incoming and outgoing Nursing students in the Technical Nursing Program in San Juan, Argentina. Methods. Our research was descriptive and utilized the prototypicality method of analysis for social representations, from...

Effect of an Interactive Training on Choosing Delivery Method among Primiparous Pregnant Women: An Interventional Study

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
Objective. To evaluate the effect of interactive training conducted during pregnancy on choosing delivery method among primiparous women. Methods. Quasi-experimental study carried out in 2017 in two hospitals in the city of Bushehr (Iran), with the participation of 108 primiparous pregnant women in an ed...

Stages of Behavior Change for Physical Activity in Airport Staff: a quasi-experimental study

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
Objective. This work sought to determine the effect of an educational intervention based on the stages of change in promoting physical activity in employees in the Mashhad airport in Iran. Methods. This was a quasi-experimental study conducted with the participation of 60 volunteers (30 in the interventi...

Social representations of female sex workers about their sexuality

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (1), 2020
Objective. To know the social representations of female sex workers about their sexuality. Methods. Qualitative study based on the Theory of Social Representations. Thirty-nine women from a health region of Alto Sertão Produtivo Baiano - Brazil agreed to participate. For the production of empirical data...

Influential Factors in Adherence to the Therapeutic Regime in Hypertension and Diabetes

Invest. educ. enferm; 37 (3), 2019
Objective. To determine the factors associated with adherence to the therapeutic regime in patients with hypertension and type 2 diabetes mellitus cared for in primary care centers. Methods. This was an analytical cross-sectional study, conducted with 500 patients from two institutions in Bucaramanga (Co...