Resultados: 152

Interruptions of nurses' activities and patient safety: an integrative literature review

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
OBJECTIVES: to identify characteristics related to the interruption of nurses in professional practice, as well as to assess the implications of interruptions for patient safety. METHOD: integrative literature review. The following databases were searched: Pubmed/Medline, LILACS, SciELO and Cochrane Libr...

Knowledge about breast cancer and hereditary breast cancer among nurses in a public hospital

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
OBJECTIVE: To assess the knowledge of nurses involved in the care of oncology patients in a public university hospital, regarding breast cancer and hereditary breast cancer, and to verify the use of such knowledge in their daily practice. METHODS: This is a descriptive cross-sectional study. Data were ob...

The contribution of distance learning to the knowledge of nursing lecturers regarding assessment of chronic wounds

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
OBJECTIVE: to identify the contribution made by a refresher course on the assessment of chronic wounds, offered through the Moodle virtual learning environment (VLE), to the knowledge relating to this issue of nursing lecturers and nurses linked to higher education. METHOD: a prospective, quasi-experimen...

Episiotomy healing assessment: Redness, Oedema, Ecchymosis, Discharge, Approximation (REEDA) scale reliability

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
OBJECTIVE: to analyse the Redness, Oedema, Ecchymosis, Discharge, Approximation (REEDA) scale reliability when evaluating perineal healing after a normal delivery with a right mediolateral episiotomy. METHOD: observational study based on data from a clinical trial conducted with 54 randomly selected wome...

Adaptation and validation of the Caregiver Burden Inventory for use with caregivers of elderly individuals

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
OBJECTIVE: to adapt and validate the Caregiver Burden Inventory for use with caregivers of older adults in Brazil. METHOD: methodological study involving initial translation, synthesis of translations, back translation, expert committee review, pre-testing, submission of the final version to the original...

Systematization of Nursing Care in undergraduate training: the perspective of Complex Thinking

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
AIM: to evaluate the clinical applicability of outcomes, according to the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) in the evolution of orthopedic patients with Impaired Physical Mobility METHOD: longitudinal study conducted in 2012 in a university hospital, with 21 patients undergoing Total Hip Arthroplasty...

A validation of the construct and reliability of an emotional intelligence scale applied to nursing students

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
OBJECTIVE: The current study aimed to validate the construct and reliability of an emotional intelligence scale. METHOD: The Trait Meta-Mood Scale-24 was applied to 349 nursing students. The process included content validation, which involved expert reviews, pilot testing, measurements of reliability usi...

Evaluation of Nosocomial Infection Control Programs in health services

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
OBJECTIVES: to evaluate the Nosocomial Infection Control Programs in hospital institutions regarding structure and process indicators. METHOD: this is a descriptive, exploratory and quantitative study conducted in 2013. The study population comprised 13 Nosocomial Infection Control Programs of health ser...

Cultural adaptation, content validity and inter-rater reliability of the "STAR Skin Tear Classification System"

Rev. latinoam. enferm; 23 (1), 2015
AIMS: to perform the cultural adaptation of the STAR Skin Tear Classification System into the Portuguese language and to test the content validity and inter-rater reliability of the adapted version. METHODS: methodological study with a quantitative approach. The cultural adaptation was developed in three...