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Pesquisa-ação em Ciências da Saúde: bibliometria e análise conceitual em teses e dissertações da Universidade de São Paulo; Action Research in Health Sciences: bibliometric and conceptual analysis in the theses and dissertations at the University of São Paulo

Carvalho, Sarah Tarcísia Rebelo Ferreira de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 18/12/2012 Português
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A pesquisa-ação, desde a sua origem, associada às Ciências Sociais, sofreu diferentes incorporações teóricas, tanto relacionadas ao seu conceito quanto à sua prática, que resultaram em muitas interpretações distintas que, às vezes, podem dificultar o seu emprego em produções acadêmicas da área de Ciências da Saúde. Objetivo: identificar e caracterizar as teses de doutorado e as dissertações de mestrado produzidas nos programas de pós-graduação de Ciências da Saúde da Universidade de São Paulo (USP), entre 2000 a julho de 2012, em que foi utilizada a metodologia de pesquisa-ação, além de analisar os conceitos de pesquisa- ação que foram empregados nestes trabalhos. Metodologia: utilizamos o método bibliográfico, a bibliometria e a Teoria Comunicativa da Terminologia (TCT), através da abordagem qualitativa e quantitativa. Usamos como fonte de dados, a Biblioteca Digital de Teses e Dissertações da USP (BDTD/USP) e como instrumento, usamos uma ficha de coleta de dados validada por especialistas. Realizamos a análise dos dados de forma manual. Resultados: a pesquisa-ação foi utilizada em 49 trabalhos (31 de doutorado e 18 de mestrado), de autoria de 45 diferentes alunos/autores que...

Health sciences students’ perception of the educational environment of KLE University, India as measured with the Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure (DREEM)

Sunkad, Mohan A.; Javali, Shivalingappa; Shivapur, Yesudas; Wantamutte, Appasaheb
Fonte: National Health Personnel Licensing Examination Board of the Republic of Korea Publicador: National Health Personnel Licensing Examination Board of the Republic of Korea
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 27/06/2015 Português
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This study aimed to evaluate the educational environment of the health sciences programs of KLE University, Belgaum, Karnataka, India, to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and to suggest strategies to improve the educational environment to be on par with global standards. A cross-sectional study was conducted using the Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure (DREEM) questionnaire, filled out by 914 of the 1,004 students (91.0%) who were majoring in medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, and public health. The data were analysed according to the DREEM guidelines. Responses were received from 914 students, of whom 34.03% were men and 65.9% were women. The majority (67.1%) of students were 20-24 years of age. The mean overall DREEM score was 120.21±22.4 (maximum, 200) and approached the normal distribution (Lilliefors test, P<0.01). The DREEM scores of each group of students were as follows: dental, 125.0; medical, 122.4; public health, 121.0; physiotherapy, 117.0; and nursing, 116.3. Male students had more positive perceptions than female students (P<0.05), and postgraduate students had more positive perceptions than undergraduate students (P<0.05). The overall DREEM score (120.21) indicates that the educational environment was found to be more positive than negative.

L’exploration des incitatifs et des obstacles à entreprendre des études universitaires dans le cadre d’un cursus intégré DEC-BAC en sciences infirmières

Gauthier, Justine
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Au Québec, les infirmières n’ont pas l’obligation de détenir un diplôme universitaire pour exercer leur profession. Celles qui choisissent le DEC en soins infirmiers peuvent obtenir le diplôme de baccalauréat en deux ans au lieu de trois en empruntant le cursus DEC-BAC en sciences infirmières. Or, ce n’est pas la majorité d’entre elles qui se prévalent de cette possibilité, alors que des études ont démontré les avantages d’avoir un plus grand nombre d’infirmières détenant un baccalauréat dans les milieux de soins (Aiken, Clarke, Cheung, Sloane & Silber, 2003; Kane, Shamliyan, Mueller, Duval & Wilt, 2007; Tourangeau, Cranley & Jeffs, 2006 ; Aiken et al., 2014). Le but de la présente étude était d’explorer les incitatifs et les obstacles à entreprendre des études universitaires dans le cadre du cursus intégré DEC-BAC en sciences infirmières. Cinquante-six nouvelles diplômées ayant complété un DEC en soins infirmiers au Québec ont répondu au questionnaire auto-administré électronique à questions ouvertes. Le cadre de référence guidant la recherche exploratoire était la théorie intermédiaire de la transition de Meleis, Sawyer, Im, Hilfinger Messias et Schumacher (2010). Suivant cette théorie...

Characteristics of effective clinical and theory instructors as perceived by LPN to RN versus generic students in an associate degree nursing program

Whitehead, Diane K
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The purpose of this study was to compare the characteristics of effective clinical and theory instructors as perceived by LPN/RN versus generic students in an associate degree nursing program.^ Data were collected from 508 students during the 1996-7 academic year from three NLN accredited associate degree nursing programs. The researcher developed instrument consisted of three parts: (a) Whitehead Characteristics of Effective Clinical Instructor Rating Scale, (b) Whitehead Characteristics of Effective Theory Instructor Rating Scale, and (c) Demographic Data Sheet. The items were listed under five major categories identified in the review of the literature: (a) interpersonal relationships, (b) personality traits, (c) teaching practices, (d) knowledge and experience, and (e) evaluation procedures. The instrument was administered to LPN/RN students in their first semester and to generic students in the third semester of an associate degree nursing program.^ Data was analyzed using a one factor mutivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA). Further t tests were carried out to explore for possible differences between type of student and by group. Crosstabulations of the demographic data were analyzed.^ There were no significant differences found between the LPN/RN versus generic students on their perceptions of either effective theory or effective clinical instructor characteristics. There were significant differences between groups on several of the individual items. There was no significant interaction between group and ethnicity or group and age on the five major categories for either of the two instruments. There was a significant main effect of ethnicity on several of the individual items.^ The differences between the means and standard deviations on both instruments were small...

The clinical competency of practicing and nonpracticing faculty of associate degree schools of nursing

Kleier, Jo Ann Sanders
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This study assesses and describes the perception of clinical competency and the relationship to clinical practice of full-time nursing faculty in the associate degree nursing programs in the state of Florida. The study was developed around one major hypothesis and four research questions. The Hygiene-Motivators Theory proposed by Herzberg, Mausner, and Snyderman (1959) provided the conceptual framework to explain factors that would motivate a person to expand workload and maintain job satisfaction.^ Data were collected from the 244 faculty members teaching full-time at the 15 associate degree schools of nursing accredited by the National League for Nursing in the state of Florida. A total of 186 faculty (76%) responded and 175 (72%) cases were used for data analysis.^ Two instruments were modified and combined for the investigation. The instruments were the Faculty Perception of Practice Questionnaire (Parascenzo, 1983) and a three-part Attributes Deemed Necessary for Faculty to Proclaim Clinical Competency (Smith, 1991) scale. Computer analyses employing descriptive and inferential statistics were performed.^ The findings revealed that faculty were closely divided as to practice activities with more faculty nonpracticing than practicing. Factors identified as impediments to increased clinical practice were identified as teaching load and personal/family responsibilities that lead to a lack of time and lack of opportunity. Those faculty who practice did so as moonlighters in positions that would not require advanced training. Both the practicing and nonpracticing faculty reported a high level of satisfaction with their activities as a means of maintaining clinical practice. While both groups reported a high level of expertise...

A study of state and trait anxiety and perceived causes of anxiety identified by licensed practical nurses returning to an associate degree nursing program

Weiss, Sally Ann
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The purpose of this study was to identify the state and trait anxiety and the perceived causes of anxiety in licensed practical nurses (LPNs) returning to an associate degree nursing program in order to become registered nurses (RNs). The subjects for this study were 98 students enrolled in a transitional LPN/RN associate degree nursing program in two community colleges in the state of Florida. The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) developed by Spielberger (1983), was used as the measuring instrument for this study.^ In addition, a Q-sort technique was used to obtain information from the subjects regarding perceived causes of anxiety. Anxiety causes for the Q-sort cards used in the study were developed from the themes identified by a sample of LPN/RN students in a pilot study. The state and trait anxiety levels were obtained using the STAI for college students scoring key and scales. Descriptive statistics were used to determine the state and trait anxiety of the students. Correlational statistics were used to determine if relationships existed between the state and trait anxiety levels and perceived causes of anxiety identified by LPN students returning to an associate degree nursing program.^ The analysis of the Q-sort was performed by computing the means...

The knowledge and use of critical thinking teaching strategies of faculty in associate degree nursing education programs

Burroughs, Lynda Anne
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The purpose of this study was to determine the knowledge and use of critical thinking teaching strategies by full-time and part-time faculty in Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) programs. ^ Sanders CTI (1992) instrument was adapted for this study and pilot-tested prior to the general administration to ADN faculty in Southeast Florida. This modified instrument, now termed the Burroughs Teaching Strategy Inventory (BTSI), returned reliability estimates (Cronbach alphas of .71, .74, and .82 for the three constructs) comparable to the original instrument. The BTSI was administered to 113 full-time and part-time nursing faculty in three community college nursing programs. The response rate was 92% for full-time faculty (n = 58) and 61% for part-time faculty (n = 55). ^ The majority of participants supported a combined definition of critical thinking in nursing which represented a composite of thinking skills that included reflective thinking, assessing alternative viewpoints, and the use of problem-solving. Full-time and part-time faculty used different teaching strategies. Full-time faculty most often used multiple-choice exams and lecture while part-time faculty most frequently used discussion within their classes. One possible explanation for specific strategy choices and differences might be that full-time faculty taught predominately in theory classes where certain strategies would be more appropriate and part-time faculty taught predominately clinical classes. Both faculty types selected written nursing care plans as the second most effective critical thinking strategy. ^ Faculty identified several strategies as being effective in teaching critical thinking. These strategies included discussion...

An evaluation of an intervention strategy for retention and determination of predictors of success for high -risk students in an associate degree nursing program

Woolley, Gale Robin
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The purpose of this study was twofold: (1) to evaluate the effect of a specific instructional Intervention, a Nursing Theory Laboratory, on increasing the retention of high risk students in the associate degree nursing program at Miami-Dade Community College in Miami, Florida; and (2) to identify predictors of success of high risk nursing students in this associate degree nursing program.^ Data were collected from the 195 nursing students enrolled in Nursing Fundamentals during the 1985-1987 academic years, and identified as high risk students. Control and experimental groups were selected based on enrollment in the Nursing Theory Laboratory.^ Results were determined by analyzing several cross-tabulations of selected variables and yielding chi square values, t-tests, and two discriminant analyses. There was no significant relationship between age or ethnic background and enrollment in the Nursing Theory Laboratory. There was no significant relationship between enrollment in the Nursing Theory Laboratory and success in Nursing 1 (Nursing Fundamentals). There was a significant relationship between enrollment in the Nursing Theory Laboratory and success in Nursing 3 (Medical-Surgical Nursing). Writing assessment test scores in two entrance tests and high risk categories...

A developmental education program model for high -risk minority baccalaureate nursing students

Browne Krimsley, Valerie Ann
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The purpose of this study was to define and describe a Developmental Education Program Model for high-risk minority baccalaureate nursing students based upon perceived needs determined by nursing students and nursing faculty. The research examined differences between Black and Non-Black nursing students in level of importance of concerns and issues related to academic, financial, psycho-social and personal areas of student life; faculty perceptions of the differences between Black and Non-Black nursing students in the level of importance of concerns and issues related to academic, financial, psycho-social and personal areas of student life; and the difference between Black and Non-Black nursing faculty perceptions of level of importance of issues and concerns of academic, financial, psycho-social, and personal areas for Black nursing students. In this study two data collection methods were used, questionnaire and interview. The questionnaire was completed by all students and faculty. Black baccalaureate nursing students and nursing faculty were interviewed. The most significant differences were seen in the category of Personal Issues. Student identified concerns and issues related to both academic and health problems. Faculty identified the greatest differences in Academic Issues. The framework for the model which evolved out of the data uses needs from: (1) a whole person perspective (outcome oriented needs); (2) a programmatic perspective (input oriented needs); and (3) learning domain perspective (process oriented needs). ^

Development of Nursing Teachers' Conceptions of Assessment Survey: A Systematisation of the Process

Gonçalves, Rui Filipe Lopes; Ferreira, Maria Manuela Frederico; Costa, Nilza
Fonte: Common Ground Publishing Publicador: Common Ground Publishing
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 03/12/2012 Português
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Abstract: Understanding the concepts and assessment practices of nursing teachers in the clinical teaching context is still an unexplored field in both Educational Sciences (Higher Education—HE) and Health Sciences (Nursing domain). With this paper, we intend to present the development of an instrument that aims to identify nursing teachers' conceptions of assessment in the clinical context of HE teaching. This instrument is based on the Conceptions of Assessment III Abridged Survey—CoA IIIA (Brown, 2006). For the development of the conceptions of assessment survey, preference was given to the Delphi Technique. This technique brings together information in a structured way and thus allows the examination of the opinion of experts on the subject under investigation, in order to construct an instrument to collect the nursing teachers' conceptions of assessment. After establishing the covenant of loyalty/engagement between researchers and experts, all rounds were developed at a distance based on the CoAIII. The designed survey is an instrument that has the objective of measuring HE teachers' selfreports on the four main dimensions of assessment, following the original CoA-III: improvement of teaching and learning, school accountability...

The Paradox of Respect and Risk: Six Lakota Adolescents Speak

Isaacson, Mary J.
Fonte: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University Publicador: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University
Tipo: Doctoral Dissertation
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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Indiana University, Nursing Science, 2009; Adolescence is a time of turbulence as young people stretch parental boundaries, seeking where they fit in society. For many American Indian adolescents this time involves the initiation of dangerous high-risk behaviors. Potential causes posed for this are: loss of identity, loss of cultural values and traditions, lack of positive role modeling and feelings of hopelessness. Survey research has been the predominant method of data collection. Very few studies of Native American youth use storytelling, even though stories are a part of many Indian cultures. The primary purpose of this study was to describe the phenomena of respect and risk from the viewpoint of the Lakota adolescent. I employed hermeneutic phenomenology with photography to help the adolescents illuminate these somewhat abstract concepts. I recruited participants from a single reservation on the Northern Plains. I collected data through non-structured interviews and participant observation. I analyzed the data using hermeneutic phenomenology based on Gadamer. Ecological systems theory provided a framework to assist me in understanding the multiple dimensions present in the adolescent's stories. The phenomena of respect and risk from the perspective of these Lakota adolescents revealed a paradox. Each can be either positive or negative...

Towards more rural nursing and allied health services: current and potential rural activity in the Division of Health Sciences of the University of South Australia

Laurence, C.; Wilkinson, D.
Fonte: Deakin University Publicador: Deakin University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2002 Português
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As part of Australia's regional health strategy, one of the recently introduced initiatives aims to increase the range of allied health and nursing services available in rural and remote communities, reflecting the growing recognition of allied health rural and remote workforce problems. While some programs focus on increasing services in rural and remote communities, long-term solutions depend in part on the actions and activities of training institutions. Medical schools are being encouraged and financed to provide more rural exposure for undergraduates, but less is known about such programs for allied health and nursing students. A survey of the seven Schools comprising the Division of Health Sciences of the University of South Australia was undertaken to determine the extent of rural exposure in undergraduate education, research, and service support. Five Schools (71%) offer rural placements for undergraduates, four (57%) are doing rural research and three (43%) provide some services to rural communities. Contingent on appropriate resources, all Schools expressed a strong desire to substantially increase the amount of rural activity. This research highlighted the paucity of data in this area and suggests the need for a national survey.; Laurence...

Nursing curriculum: Changing students' knowledge and biases towards older adults

Parchment, Yvonne Diana
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Caring for the older adult is a topic debated and discussed at all levels of today's society. Nurses are expected to educate patients and family members about their medications and care following hospitalization or contact with the health care system. The majority of these patients are elderly. The purpose of the study was to determine if a course on aging would affect the knowledge and biases of nursing students in a Baccalaureate nursing program at a Southeast Florida University. Nursing students (N = 52) were surveyed at the beginning of the semester using Palmore's Facts on Aging Quiz that is structured to determine the knowledge and biases of individuals towards the older adult. Students were surveyed before and after the nursing course that had a didactic and clinical component in the hospital setting. Analysis of the data by Chi square and repeated measure ANOVA supported the hypothesis that a course segment on aging would affect the knowledge level of the nursing students and result in changes of their biases toward the older adult. ^

Differences among undergraduate and graduate nursing students' cultural competency

Glass, Paula Ellen Seidel
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This study examined differences in cultural competency levels between undergraduate and graduate nursing students (age, ethnicity, gender, language at home, education level, program standing, program track, diversity encounters, and previous diversity training). Participants were 83% women, aged 20 to 62; 50% Hispanic/Latino; with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (n = 82) and a Master of Science in Nursing (n = 62). Degrees included high school diplomas, associate/diplomas, bachelors' degrees in or out of nursing, and medical doctorate degrees from outside the United States. Students spoke English (n = 82) or Spanish ( n = 54). The study used a cross-sectional design guided by the three-dimensional cultural competency model. The Cultural Competency Assessment (CCA) tool is composed of two subscales: Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity (CAS) and Culturally Competent Behaviors (CCB). Multiple regressions, Pearson's correlations, and ANOVAs determined relationships and differences among undergraduate and graduate students. Findings showed significant differences between undergraduate and graduate nursing students in CAS, p <.016. Students of Hispanic/White/European ethnicity scored higher on the CAS, while White/non-Hispanic students scored lower on the CAS...

Forging professional public health nursing in a southern state: Florida's public health nurses, 1889-1934

Ardalan, Christine
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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From 1889 to 1934, Florida's nurses belonging to a new group of professional women ushered in a pioneering phase of public health nursing in Florida. During this era, the nurses' ability to confront health and professional issues varied a great deal but in quiet and forceful ways they tackled cultural and environmental problems to assist people who were ill or help prevent people from becoming ill. This dissertation places the development of professional public health nursing in its social context by uncovering the relationships public health nurses formed with clubwomen, the medical profession, city leaders, midwives, and others. ^ In 1888, there were few graduate nurses in the state, no state board of health and no organized nursing service to respond to Jacksonville's great yellow fever epidemic. By 1934, national and state leaders of public health nursing had built up the profession to become an essential part of the State Board of Health's service to the community. Between these milestones, in the era of white supremacy and Jim Crow, public health nurses combined their professional training with a pioneer spirit of innovation and risk-taking. In the predominately rural state, the public health nurses' resolve to overcome environmental hazards and cultural obstacles stands out as they attempted to reach those who were unserved or underserved by modern medicine.^

The role of the health care organization in supporting nurses in the delivery of culturally competent care

Taylor, Rosemarie Angela
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This study was designed to explore ways in which health care organizations (HCOs) can support nurses in their delivery of culturally competent care. While cultural competence has become a priority for the federal government as well as the major health professional organizations, its integration into care delivery has not yet been realized. Health professionals cite a lack of educational preparation, time, and organizational resources as barriers. Most experts in the field agree that the cultural and linguistic needs of ethnic minorities pose challenges that individual care providers are unable to manage without the support of the health care organizations within which they practice. While several studies have identified implications for HCOs, there is a paucity of research on their role in this aspect of care delivery. ^ Using a qualitative design with a case study approach, data collection included face-to-face interviews with 23 registered nurses, document analysis, and reports of critical incidents. The site chosen was a large health care system in South Florida that serves a culturally diverse population. Major findings from the study included language barriers, lack of training, difficulty with cultural differences, lack of organizational support...

The relationship between participation in unethical behaviors during the nursing student experience and participation in unethical behaviors as a registered nurse

Bryant, Lynne Jones
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The effect of unethical behaviors in health care settings is an important issue in the safe care of clients and has been a concern of the nursing profession for some time. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between use of unethical behaviors in the nursing student experience and the use of unethical behaviors in the workplace as a registered nurse. In addition, the relationship between the severity of unethical behaviors utilized in the classroom, clinical setting and those in the workplace was examined. To insure greater honesty in self-report, only a limited number of demographic variables were requested from participants.^ During the summer of 1997, a 56 item questionnaire was distributed to registered nurses enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate courses in a public or private institution. The participants were asked to self-report their own use of unethical behaviors as well as their peers use of unethical behaviors. In order to assign a severity score for each item, nursing school faculty were asked to rate severity of unethical behaviors which could be used during the nursing student experience and nursing administrators were asked to rate unethical behaviors which could be used in the workplace.^ A significant positive relationship was found between individuals' use of unethical behaviors during nursing school and those used in the workplace $r=.630.$ A significant positive relationship was found between the severity of unethical behaviors used in the nursing student experience and the severity of unethical behaviors used in the workplace $r=.637.$ No relationship was found between years of practice...

A qualitative analysis of the lived experience of nursing staff developers in the process of changing to a new educational model

Dombro, Marcia Winters
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The purpose of this study was to document and critically analyze the lived experience of selected nursing staff developers in the process of moving toward a new model for hospital nursing education. Eleven respondents were drawn from a nation-wide population of about two hundred individuals involved in nursing staff development. These subjects were responsible for the implementation of the Performance Based Development System (PBDS) in their institutions.^ A purposive, criterion-based sampling technique was used with respondents being selected according to size of hospital, primary responsibility for orchestration of the change, influence over budgetary factors and managerial responsibility for PBDS. Data were gathered by the researcher through both in-person and telephone interviews. A semi-structured interview guide, designed by the researcher was used, and respondents were encouraged to amplify on their recollections as desired. Audiotapes were transcribed and resulting computer files were analyzed using the program "Martin". Answers to interview questions were compiled and reported across cases. The data was then reviewed a second time and interpreted for emerging themes and patterns.^ Two types of verification were used in the study. Internal verification was done through interview transcript review and feedback by respondents. External verification was done through review and feedback on data analysis by readers who were experienced in management of staff development departments.^ All respondents were female...

Les perceptions d’étudiants au baccalauréat en sciences infirmières de l’utilisation du journal d’apprentissage

Bouchard, Luc
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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L’approche par compétences est de plus en plus choisie pour guider les curriculums universitaires de formation professionnelle. Accordant un intérêt primordial au développement des compétences, les responsables des programmes élaborés selon cette approche doivent déterminer les stratégies pédagogiques qui seront les plus efficaces et qui permettront une participation active de l’étudiant. Depuis plus de 30 années (Cameron et Mitchell, 1993; Wellard et Bethune, 1996), le journal d’apprentissage favorise la construction des savoirs en pratique clinique et le développement de la pensée réflexive, une compétence nécessaire à la pratique des infirmières qui s’inspirent d’une vision spécifique de la discipline, comme celle du modèle de McGill (Kravitz et Frey, 1989; Thorpe, 2003). Malgré cela, les études sur les perceptions d’étudiants relativement au journal d’apprentissage sont rares, et ce, surtout au Canada (Epp, 2008). Il importe de s’intéresser aux perceptions d’étudiants afin d’atteindre l’efficacité optimale de l’outil. Le but de cette étude était d’explorer les perceptions d’étudiants au baccalauréat en sciences infirmières de l’utilisation du journal d’apprentissage. Elle a été réalisée auprès d’étudiants de 2e et 3e année...

Conduct of nursing front the client bearer of Hospitalized Heart Failure: Sistematic Literature Review

Silva, Felipe do Cabo; NEPAE, UFF.; Cruz, Isabel CF da; Fluminense Federal University, RJ, Brazil
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; Literature Review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 15/05/2009 Português
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Currently, we know that heart failure is a major cardiovascular complication come to affect mainly the older population due to its high incidence and prevalence. In that sense, the carriers of this condition require different nursing care in order to avoid relapses and constant hospitalization. The proposed objectives for this study was to identify key actions of nursing practiced by the nurse during the processing of customer bearer of heart failure hospitalized and describe the importance of the role of nurses in the process of rehabilitation of this clientele. Customers people with heart failure still need care focused mainly on education in health information and to practice self. It is the nurse proposes actions systematized with this type of customer, leading to its understanding of disease and minimizing the tables of decompensate.