Resultados: 554

Empowerment of nurses from a hospital in the south of Chile

Texto & contexto enferm; 29 (spe), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify the level of empowerment among the nurses from a hospital located in the south of Chile and verify its potential association with personal and professional characterization variables. Method: cross-sectional and descriptive study conducted with 117 nurses from a hospital...

Nursing professionals and adverse event reporting

Texto & contexto enferm; 29 (spe), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify how nurses report adverse events; to know what elements influence adverse event reporting and which reporting strategies they suggest. Method: qualitative study with a convergent care research design, conducted in a critical patient unit of a private health center in t...

From florence nightingale to the covid-19 pandemic: the legacy we want

ABSTRACT Objective: to reflect on the future of the nursing profession based on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the goals of the Nursing Now campaign and the celebration of Florence Nightingale's bicentennial. Method: reflexive analysis presented in two central topics: the first deals with Flo...

Pleasure, suffering and interpersonal communication in the work of nurses in the hospital setting

ABSTRACT Objective: to correlate pleasure and suffering at work with nurses' interpersonal communication in the hospital environment. Method: a cross-sectional, exploratory, descriptive and correlational study, with a quantitative approach, conducted from October to November 2017, with 152 nurses work...

Impact of stress on the quality of life of hospital nursing workers

ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the association between socio-occupational characteristics, stress level, and quality of life in hospital Nursing workers. Method: a cross-sectional, quantitative study, with data collected by means of a socio-occupational questionnaire to survey the profile of the work...

Health, behavior, and management: impact on interpersonal relations

ABSTRACT Objective: to identify the factors impacting interpersonal relations in the nursing field. Method: cross-sectional, quantitative, descriptive, and exploratory study conducted with 213 nursing workers from a university hospital: 54 nurses, 69 nursing technicians, and 90 nursing aids. Data wer...

Evidence of validity of the nursing beliefs scale in patient safety training

ABSTRACT Objective: to verify the evidence of psychometric validity of the nursing professionals' belief assessment instrument in the patient safety training process in a hospital institution. Method: a quantitative study with a methodological design carried out in a teaching hospital in the Brazilia...

Effect of the administrative transition of hospital management on the safety culture in surgical units

ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the safety culture in surgical units of a teaching hospital in different periods of hospital management. Method: this is a descriptive and analytical study developed with health professionals working at a surgical center and at five surgical inpatient units in two diffe...