Resultados: 20

Painful and stressful procedures and analgesia in newborns from the viewpoint of professionals

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the procedures considered painful and stressful by health professionals from a neonatal intensive care unit and check the measures of analgesia. Method: Descriptive exploratory quantitative study with 65 health professionals, from November 2016 to February 2017. Results...

Caregiver burden and stress in psychiatric hospital admission

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to evaluate the relation between sociodemographics factors, stress and burden of care of family caregivers of patients at a psychiatric hospital admission. Method: quantitative study, with a cross-sectional correlation design. A total of 112 family caregivers participated, older tha...

Child and adolescent violence: oral story of women who attempted suicide

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (6), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To unveil expressions of intrafamily violence experienced in childhood and/or adolescence by women who attempted suicide. Method: This is a study with a qualitative approach based on Oral Story. Participants were ten women with a history of suicide attempt, who experienced intrafami...

Suffering and defense in work in a mental health care service

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (4), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to know the suffering and the strategies of defense of CAPS AD III workers, from the perspective of the Work Theater proposed by Dejours. Method: a descriptive qualitative research, of the case study type, with CAPS AD III workers, using as theoretical framework the Psychodynamics o...

Illness trajectory in heart failure: narratives of family caregivers

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To explore the meaning of being a family caregiver for a relative with advanced heart failure (HF) in their own home, and to gain an understanding of how dignity is upheld in family caregiving contexts. Method: We used a phenomenological-hermeneutical method inspired by the Ricoeuri...

Rebuilding subjectivity from the experience of cancer and its treatment

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the social representations of chemotherapy and the experiences built by people with cancer. Method: Descriptive study with a qualitative approach. Data collection occurred between August and December 2016, through interviews with 29 cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy...

Antineoplastic therapy administration: Nursing intervention in the relief of suffering

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the nursing interventions with potential to act on the suffering and to evaluate the results of the nursing intervention designed. Method: We used a multi method study. After the identification of the scientific evidence and having found the supporting theory, the interv...

Generating situations of Moral Distress in Primary Care Nurses

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the situations generating Moral Distress in Primary Care nurses from different regions of Brazil. Method: Qualitative research, with 13 nurses of the Brazilian Primary Health Care, through a semi-structured interview and submitted to the Discursive Textual Analysis, with ...

Severe Maternal Morbidity: post-traumatic suffering and social support

Rev. bras. enferm; 71 (supl.5), 2018
ABSTRACT Objective: To assess the relationship of post-traumatic stress symptoms and the perception of social support in women submitted to Severe Maternal Morbidity (SMM). Method: A prospective cohort study, with 549 women from public hospitals. The Impact of Events and Social Support scales were used...

Nursing students facing moral distress: strategies of resistance

Rev. bras. enferm; 71 (supl.4), 2018
ABSTRACT Objective: To understand the resistance strategies adopted by undergraduate students in nursing, faced with situations of moral distress (MD). Method: Qualitative research, developed in three universities in the south of Brazil, two federal and one private, with 21 undergraduate students in nu...