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Drug Addiction: The Relationship Between Nursing Interventions And Sensitive Outcomes. A Systematic Literature Review

Seabra, Paulo; Santos, Alexandra; Garcia, Lurdes; Amendoeira, José; Sá, Luís
Fonte: University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies Publicador: University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em /09/2012 ENG
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Background and Significance: The analysis of care contribution provided by different professionals and the results of their interventions is a recommendation that emerges from the practice stems, from costs concerns and to re-structure health services. The need to deepen the nursing contribution, to health outcomes achieved by people, is our challenge. We need to show further evidence that nursing sensitive health outcomes can contribute to health benefits of the people and pronounce today, the nursing role. This evidence may help to thinking about the practice, allowing that the new knowledge generated, contributes to its effectiveness. When we are dealing with a subjective and multidimensional state as drug addiction, with people in a methadone maintenance program, the health outcomes systematization is no easy task. Objectives/Aims: Identify nursing sensitive health outcomes with drug addicts and identify nursing interventions involved. Methods: We mobilize the guide lines of the Cochrane Center. We formulate the research question and determine the inclusion criteria by PI[C] OS method. We searched in B-on and Ebsco platforms and access to Scielo, Lilacs, Medicaribe databases. We search studies with samples above 18 years. Results: We selected 8 articles from a survey of 353 primary search. We found evidence of 17 nursing sensitive outcomes...

Opening ceremony for the external evaluation of nursing education programmes

The Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas; Princess Margaret Hospital; Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre; Regional Nursing Body
Fonte: The Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas; The Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas ( Nassau, Bahamas ) Publicador: The Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas; The Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas ( Nassau, Bahamas )
Tipo: mixed material Formato: 4 p. ; 22 cm
Publicado em //2000 ENGLISH
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(Statement of Responsibility) the Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas

The Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas

The Nursing Council of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas
Fonte: The Nursing Council of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas ( Nassau, Bahamas ) Publicador: The Nursing Council of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas ( Nassau, Bahamas )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 3 p. : ill ; 22 cm.
Publicado em //c. 2010 ENGLISH
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(Statement of Responsibility) The Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas; Pamphlet describing the mandate, mission, vision, purpose and powers of the Nursing Council of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

Nursing sans frontieres: A three year case study of multi-state registration to support nursing practice using information technology

Clark, R.; Yallop, J.; Wickett, D.; Krum, H.; Tonkin, A.; Stewart, S.
Fonte: Australian Nursing Federation Publicador: Australian Nursing Federation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2006 EN
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OBJECTIVE: To highlight the registration issues for nurses who wish to practice nationally, particularly those practicing within the telehealth sector. DESIGN: As part of a national clinical research study, applications were made to every state and territory for mutual recognition of nursing registration and fee waiver for telenursing cross border practice for a period of three years. These processes are described using a case study approach. OUTCOME: The aim of this case study was to achieve registration in every state and territory of Australia without paying multiple fees by using mutual recognition provisions and the cross-border fee waiver policy of the nurse regulatory authorities in order to practice telenursing. RESULTS: Mutual recognition and fee waiver for cross-border practice was granted unconditionally in two states: Victoria (Vic) and Tasmania (Tas), and one territory: the Northern Territory (NT). The remainder of the Australian states and territories would only grant temporary registration for the period of the project or not at all, due to policy restrictions or nurse regulatory authority (NRA) Board decisions. As a consequence of gaining fee waiver the annual cost of registration was a maximum of dollars 145 per annum as opposed to the potential dollars 959 for initial registration and dollars 625 for annual renewal. CONCLUSIONS: Having eight individual nurses Acts and NRAs for a population of 265...

The future nursing workforce in Australia: Baseline data for a prospective study of the profile, attrition rates and graduate outcomes in a contemporary cohort of undergraduates

Gaynor, L.; Gallasch, T.; Yorkston, E.; Stewart, S.; Bogossian, F.; Fairweather, C.; Foley, D.; Nutter, H.; Thompson, J.; Stewart, L.; Anastasi, J.; Kelly, J.; Barnes, L.; Glover, P.; Turner, C.
Fonte: Australian Nursing Federation Publicador: Australian Nursing Federation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2008 EN
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Objective To gather data from ten universities across two Australian states in order to: provide a descriptive demographic profile of undergraduate Australian nursing students; provide baseline data for a prospective analysis of attrition within undergraduate nursing programs; and to facilitate student recruitment into a prospective cohort study to examine graduate outcomes. Methods Approval was sought from each Head of School to enable recruitment of undergraduate nursing students as a sub‑sample of an ongoing large scale longitudinal e‑cohort study involving Australian, New Zealand and United Kingdom nurses and midwives (http://www.e‑cohort.net). Each nursing school nominated a contact person to become part of the research team; provide aggregate data on the quantity and demographic profile of currently enrolled undergraduate nursing students; and to facilitate recruitment of students into the cohort study. Results Two of the ten universities could not supply any demographics of their undergraduate nursing student body and one university could not provide data on year levels. The remaining data revealed an interesting demographic profile in the following areas: the age range of students across both states was 17 to 68 years...

The future shape of the nursing workforce: a synthesis of the evidence of factors that impact on quality nursing care

Kitson, A.; Wiechula, R.; Conroy, T.; Muntlin Athlin, A.; Whitaker, N.
Fonte: School of Nursing, University of Adelaide Publicador: School of Nursing, University of Adelaide
Tipo: Relatório
Publicado em //2013 EN
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BACKGROUND To effectively respond to the growing demand for healthcare, governments need to consider how to recruit and retain their healthcare staff. This challenge is recognised by the nursing and midwifery professions. This umbrella review, supported by a group of nurse leaders in Australia, aimed to identify those elements known to support a high quality workforce by drawing on the best available Australian and international evidence. The findings provided recommendations that relate to practice, research, education and policy initiatives to help shape the future nursing workforce in Australia and internationally. METHOD An umbrella review of published systematic reviews was undertaken focusing on the Australian and international evidence for factors that are known to impact upon the ability of nurses and midwives to deliver high quality patient care. A total of 79 systematic reviews published between 1995 and 2012 met the inclusion criteria and of these 50 were considered of sufficient quality and were included in the results.; Alison L. Kitson, Rick Wiechula, Tiffany Conroy, Åsa Muntlin Athlin, Nancy Whitaker

Cyborgs, biotechnologies, and informatics in health care - new paradigms in nursing sciences

Monteiro, Ana Paula Teixeira de Almeida Vieira
Fonte: International Philosophy of Nursing Society - Wiley Publicador: International Philosophy of Nursing Society - Wiley
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 29/04/2015 ENG
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Nursing Sciences are at a moment of paradigmatic transition. The aim of this paper is to reflect on the new epistemological paradigms of nursing science from a critical approach. In this paper, we identified and analysed some new research lines and trends which anticipate the reorganization of nursing sciences and the paradigms emerging from nursing care: biotechnology-centred knowledge; the interface between nursing knowledge and new information technologies; body care centred knowledge; the human body as a cyborg body; and the rediscovery of an aesthetic knowledge in nursing care.

Facets of private practice nursing: A conceptual model

Wilson, Anne; Averis, Andrea K.
Fonte: Royal College of Nursing Australia Publicador: Royal College of Nursing Australia
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2002 EN
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Aim: This paper critically examines the literature relating to private practice nursing. Particular attention is given to the reasons nurses choose private practice and the major issues involved. A conceptual model has been developed based on this information. Background: Nurses' roles are expanding into different work domains. Private practice nursing is one of the advanced practice options available. It also requires the nurse to develop business knowledge and skills. Methods: A literature search was conducted of Pub-Med, Cinahl, Medline and InfoTrac databases using the terms 'private practice', 'nurse entrepreneur', 'nurses in business', Inurse practitioners', 'self-employed nurse', 'advanced practice' and 'clinical nurse specialist'. Further relevant articles were identified from the reference lists of papers detected by this literature search. In addition, conference proceedings were examined for any other material on this topic. Findings: A thorough search of the existing literature revealed one unpublished theoretically based study which examined limited aspects of private practice nursing in Victoria. A reasonable number of articles and publications that provided anecdotal and personal accounts of being a nurse in business were identified. This review highlights the need for further theoretically based research in this area of nursing...

Middle range nursing theories are necessary for the advancement of the discipline; Middle range nursing theories are necessary for the advancement of the discipline

Fawcett, Jacqueline; Professor College of Nursing and Health Sciences University of Massachusetts Boston
Fonte: Aquichan Publicador: Aquichan
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
SPA
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This article tries to discuss general aspects on models of nursing knowledge, basic elements for its development and practice. First, it shows the importance of the development of knowledge sustained by the practice and the expression of it by means of four knowledge models: empirical or nursing science, ethical, esthetical or nursing art, and personal.A description of each model of knowledge takes place, beginning with the personal one. Its meaning is showed as something basic for the development of ethical and aesthetical models, as it is a condition sine qua non such models are not totally developed or expressed satisfactorily in practice.It presents the discussion on evolution of epistemological questions toward philosophy and ontology. It tries to progress in the knowledge of the self or essence of what is known, to end with a summary on repercussions of knowledge models inclusion in syntax of nursing discipline.;  Este artículo trata de discutir aspectos generales sobre los patrones de conocimiento de enfermería, y los elementos de fundamentación para el desarrollo del conocimiento y la práctica. En primera instancia muestra la importancia del desarrollo del conocimiento que sustenta la práctica, y cómo éste se expresa en cuatro patrones: empírico o ciencia de enfermería...

Annual Nurses' Graduation Ceremony

Department of Nursing Education
Fonte: Department of Nursing Education, Ministry of Health; Department of Nursing Education, Ministry of Health ( Nassau, Bahamas ) Publicador: Department of Nursing Education, Ministry of Health; Department of Nursing Education, Ministry of Health ( Nassau, Bahamas )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: v. ; 22-29 cm.
Publicado em /1994/1973 ENGLISH
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(Statement of Responsibility) Department of Nursing Education, Ministry of Health; Graduation ceremony programmes for the Department of Nursing Education and the Bahamas School of Nursing between 1973 and 1994.

NURSING CARE PATIENT CRITICAL BLOOD GLUCOSE WITH UNSTABLE RISK RELATED TO INADEQUATE MONITORING: SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW

da Silva, Luana Souza; Professional Nursing; Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Pro
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; systematic review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 13/05/2015 POR
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Diabetes mellitus is a major public health problem, and the micro- and macrovascular complications common squeal to long-term disease. It is important for nurses to maintain an adequate monitoring of blood glucose in critically ill patients, to prevent any unstable blood glucose risk of complications. The objective of this research is to identify the nursing scientific production, using the PICO strategy to find the best evidence available to prevent the risk of unstable blood glucose related to inadequate monitoring of blood glucose in patients in intensive care unit (ICU). Methodology: This study was performed using computerized literature search in a virtual environment, in the case of a systematic review of the literature. Were selected as the data source 10 articles in national and international nursing journals from 2009 to 2014 that met the inclusion criteria from the study. Responding to the clinical question: The best found nursing intervention is the nurse intensivist perform adequate monitoring of blood glucose every hour initially and after every 2 hours, assessing signs of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, facilitating therapeutic change, while within the customer in the intensive care unit (ICU). Conclusion: Therefore it is noteworthy that this study based on scientific evidence contributes to the work of nurses about the need to manage...

Journal of Specialized Nursing Care

Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Program/Fluminense Federal University
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Non-refereed Article; editorial Formato: text/html
Publicado em 10/06/2008 PT
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A peer-review journal related to the specialized knowledge, skills, and experience identified by a nursing specialty to promote optimal health outcomes.The purpose of the Journal of Specialized Nursing Care is to publish work that contributes to the development of specialized nursing care knowledge regarding critical care, dialysis therapies, and transplantation with an emphasis on research and practice.

Altered skin integrity as a nursing diagnosis ICU: literature review for an evidenced based nursing practice

Silva, Érika Machado Pinto da; UFF, RJ; Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Program/Fluminense Federal University
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; literature review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 07/07/2008 PT
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The pressure ulcer is a common complication in patients at intensive care unit. The aim of this present study was to identify the scientific production in the period of 2002 to 2007, to analyze its applicability to the nurse professional practical related to the nursing diagnosis to the harmed tissular integrity customers. The used methodology was literature review of exploratory nature in a computerized and manual database in the period of 2002 to 2007. The nursing diagnosis is a differential in the assistance to the customer with integrity to tissular harmed. She is necessary that it has envolvement of the team, associated with the commitment and responsibility to reduce the index of UP in Unit of intensive therapy.

Family interaction in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit– evidenced based nursing practice

Alves, Simone Fragoso; UFF, RJ; Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Program/Fluminense Federal University
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; lietrature review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 07/07/2008 PT
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The feelings of fear and insecurity that affect parents / family of the new-born hospitalized in a Neonatal Intensive care unit , may be able to affect the interaction of parents and children and therefore interfere with the generation of this family bond than deprive they of arising from the benefits of this interaction. To promote interaction between the social network (neonate and his family) recognizes the negative impact of hospitalization for his family, and all the meanings that this subjective time for this family has directly resulted in the development of an assistance of nursing quality oriented humanization of assistance. This article proposes a reflection, through a literature search of the past five years, some of the benefits of interaction of parents / family of neonate hospitalized in neonatal intensive therapy unit, and ways to promote interaction on the part of the team of nursing.

Alcoholic intoxication in the emergency department – evidenced based nursing practice

Aragão, José Helder Alves; UFF, RJ; Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Program/Fluminense Federal University
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; literature review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 07/07/2008 PT
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Worldwide scientific literature and the secular press emphasize that alcohol abuse frequently associates itself to the occurrences of diverse forms of trauma. Currently alcohol is a problem of Public Health. This study characterizes itself as a essay of a bibliographical revision and has as its objective to identify the scientific output of nursing, from the period of 2002 to 2007, concerning alcoholic intoxication, analyzing its application to the practice of nursing. Ten scientific articles were gathered together, being six in Portuguese and four in English. The results reveal a great variety of themes being that these favor a discreet tendency by giving evidence to the lack of preparation of nurses in caring for alcoholic patients and seeking to strengthen the knowledge of these professionals about the theme. The bibliography revealed a single source that proclaims “brief interventions” in caring for patients, although signaling toward a registered structure of medical care, making necessary, still, greater investigations to be annexed to the body of knowledge of nursing and utilized by its professionals.

The client under the pulmonary ventilator - evidenced based nursing practice

Jorge, Lúcia Helena; UFF, RJ; Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Program/Fluminense Federal University
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; literature review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 07/07/2008 PT
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Ventilation Mechanics is a method used with the purpose to optimize the gaseous exchange to the measure that keeps the alveolar ventilation and the administration of oxygen. Conditions as toracic or abdominal surgery, DPOC, multiple trauma, shock and eat can take to the respiratory insufficience and the necessity of ventilation mechanics. Due to gravity of the condition of the client and to the highly complex nature and technique of the ventilation mechanics, innumerable problems or complications can occur. The specific prescriptions used by the nurse are determined by the underlying pathological process and the reply of the customer. The employed care of nursing to the client with ventilated requires abilities experienced interpersonal techniques and. The objective Of the present study was to make a accurate bibliographical research, of publications of nursing, the period of 2002 the 2007, Brazilian and foreign articles approaching the nursing prescriptions excused to the submitted customers to the use of mechanical fans, as well as correlating them it the cares of nursing based on scientific evidences to the customer of high complexity. The research was computerized, using the databases. Research had been identified in literature that describes complications related to the ventilation mechanics...

Journal of Specialized Nursing Care: science divulgation of nursing diagnoses and interventions for the high complexity client

Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Program/Fluminense Federal University
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Non-refereed Article; comments Formato: text/html
Publicado em 07/07/2008 PT
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The JSNCARE involves stimulating graduate nurses to work upon scientific themes to publish and communicate to other nurses in the high complexity health care. JSNCARE will improve the appropriation of nursing knowledge by the health workers, as well the extensive use of nursing science, and promotion of innovation in the nursing care.

SYSTEMIZATION OF THE ATTENDANCE OF NURSING: INTERACTION NURSE PATIENT IN CORONARY CARE UNIT

Oliveira, Denise; cruz, isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Pro
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; systematic review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 03/07/2010 POR
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Abstract: This study was developed tends as theme proposal the application of the systemization of the nursing attendance on the part of the nurse to the customer in Coronary Care Unit. Due to the inquietudes the interest was unchained in the elaboration of a study about the use of the interaction for the nurse as contribution for the Systemization of the Attendance of Nursing to the customer hospitalized in the Coronary Care Unit. In order to the to answer this problem the following objectives they were instituted: to describe the Systemization of the Attendance of Nursing and to relate the existent interaction forms between nurse and customer in Coronary Care Unit. Developed him/it of the study felt through a qualitative research, being used the descriptive method, of the type systematic revision of the available academic bibliography. It is ended that the importance of the interaction between the nurse and the customer hospitalized in Coronary Care Unit favors the humanization being used the therapeutic communication as integral part of the nursing process. Key words: nursing care, Coronary Care Unit, systemization of the attendance.

Nursing Consultations as Adhesion Instrument to immunosuppressant in renal transplantation – Literature Systematic Summary

Silva, Milton AC da; Cruz, Isabel CF da; Professional Nursing Master Program
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; systematic review Formato: text/html
Publicado em 03/07/2010 EN
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In this article was realized a systematized bibliographic revision with basis on scientific data, that had as aim analyze the nursing consultation as adhesion toll of the patients submitted to renal transplant, to the treatment with immune suppressor drugs. The organs transplant, constitute the last success hope in recuperation of diseases in final stages. The nursing participate of active manner since organ capture until the ambulatory consultation after transplant, demanding trained clinical staff. The methodology of this study, consist in a manual and computerized bibliographic research, realized in second semester of the current year. From 35 analyzed papers, 11 were selected for analysis due yours implications for a better nursing practice. After reading of the references, was made the grouping by similarity and pertinence, constructing a thematic axis for results presentation. The investigation reveals that the nursing procedures, are without doubt of larger importance for treatment and generate systematized medical assistance and professional qualification. We hope that this study can contribute for perioperatory practices improvement, and stimulate other nurses in research development related with renal transplants.

Nursing care to patients with thoracic drain air in the pleural cavity – Sistematic Literature Review

oliveira, flaviane ferreira de; nursing; cruz, isabel cf da; professional nursing master
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tipo: Peer-reviewed Article; Sistematic Literature Review
Publicado em 29/07/2011 POR
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The present study deals with a systematic literature review for scientific databases accomplished through critical analysis of articles in the period 2006 to 2010, aims to analyze the effectiveness of nursing care with a chest tube in the patient with air in pleural cavity, searching for the best nursing practices to the customer unit of high complexity.