Resultados: 25

Social Representations of nurses on the approach to children and adolescents who are victims of violence

Objective: to analyze social representations from the perspective of the structural aspect about the nurses' approach to children and adolescents who are victims of violence, comparing primary, secondary and tertiary health care services. Method: an analytical research study with a qualitative approach ...

Impact of a patient safety leadership program on head nurses and clinical nurses: a quasi-experimental study

Objective: to evaluate the impact of a patient safety leadership program on head nurses and clinical nurses in the same nursing unit. Method: a pre-post quasi-experimental study that included 60 head nurses and 240 clinical nurses was conducted. Only the head nurses received patient safety leadership pr...

Association of salivary alpha-amylase with anxiety and stress in nursing professionals

Objective: to assess if changes in salivary alpha-amylase activity are associated with anxiety and stress among hospital nursing professionals and whether anxiety and stress are associated with sociodemographic, epidemiological, and occupational factors. Method: cross-sectional, quantitative study, carr...

Association and correlation between stress, musculoskeletal pain and resilience in nurses before hospital accreditation maintenance assessment

Objective: to associate and correlate musculoskeletal pain, stress and resilience of nurses in the maintenance of Hospital Accreditation Certification. Method: longitudinal study in two moments, before and after the Accreditation maintenance visit, March and June 2019, with 53 nurses from a hospital ins...

Competences in the training of nurses to assist the airway of adult patients in urgency and emergency situations

Objective: construction and validation in appearance and content of the competence frameworks and of the Entrustable Professional Activities to develop skills in the training of nurses to assist the airway of adult patients in urgency and emergency situations. Method: a descriptive and methodological st...

Burnout among nurses: a multicentric comparative study

Objetivo: to identify and compare burnout levels between Portuguese, Spanish and Brazilian nurses. Method: quantitative, descriptive, correlational, comparative and cross-sectional study conducted using a sample of 1,052 nurses working in hospitals and primary care centers. A sociodemographic questionna...

Classification and evaluation of the environment of the professional nursing practice in a teaching hospital

Objective: to classify and evaluate the environment of the professional nursing practice in a teaching hospital. Method: a cross-sectional study conducted with 188 nurses from a teaching hospital in the state of São Paulo, SP, Brazil. A questionnaire with sociodemographic and professional data and the ...

Structural empowerment of nurses in the hospital setting

Objective: to measure the level of structural empowerment of nurses working in a university hospital. Method: a descriptive, analytical, and cross-sectional study, carried out with 237 nurses, who developed care and management activities. Data collection took place through a self-administered questionna...

Focus and trends in nurse advocacy in the Pan American Health Region: a bibliometric analysis

Objective: this study examined scholarly output relating to nursing advocacy contributions toward influencing policy by authors in countries of the Pan American Health Organization. Method: the study utilizes a bibliographic analysis of papers indexed in Scopus authored by PAHO member state scholars. VO...

Violence at work in emergency care units: nurses' experiences

Objectives: to understand the perception of nurses in emergency care units about the violence experienced at work. Method: qualitative study conducted through 21 individual interviews between November and December 2018 in two emergency care units in a city in Paraná. Symbolic Interactionism was adopted...