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Title:Odnos študentov do obravnave hospitaliziranih otrok
Authors:Bosilj, Martin (Author)
Kegl, Barbara (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Pevec, Monika (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Bosilj_Martin_2018.pdf (735,07 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Teoretična izhodišča: Dober medosebni odnos ima velik pomen pri zagotavljanju kakovostne in celovite zdravstvene nege. Na vzpostavitev dobrega odnosa med študenti, otrokom, starši/skrbniki ter zdravstvenimi delavci vpliva več različnih dejavnikov, ki so medsebojno povezani, vendar med njimi najbolj izstopa pomanjkljiva komunikacija. Z pomanjkljivo komunikacijo se študenti nemalokrat srečujejo med opravljanjem kliničnega usposabljanja, še posebej na pediatričnem področju. Raziskovalne metode: Uporabili smo deskriptivno metodo dela in kvantitativno metodologijo raziskovanja. Pri izdelavi vprašalnika smo si pomagali s teorijo Calliste Roy “adaptacijski model”. Za zbiranje in urejanje podatkov smo uporabili urejevalnik besedil Microsoft Word in Excel ter podatke nato predstavili tabelarno. Anketiranje smo izvedli s pomočjo odprtokodne aplikacije EnKlikAnketa. Rezultati: V raziskavi je sodelovalo 100 študentov. 92% anketirancev meni, da imajo študenti konkreten odnos in pristop pri obravnavi hospitaliziranih otrok. Anketiranci si želijo več usposabljanja za boljše komunikacijske spretnosti, saj jih 48% meni, da v simuliranem okolju na fakulteti niso pridobili ustreznega znanja o načinu komuniciranja za vzpostavitev dobrega odnosa z otroki. Diskusija in zaključek: Spoznali smo, da vsi sodelujoči pri obravnavi otroka pomembno prispevajo k odnosu. Glavni krivec za poslabšanje odnosa leži v strahu, nezaupanju in pomanjkljivi komunikaciji. Dober odnos je ključnega pomena pri obravnavi hospitaliziranega otroka.
Keywords:Komunikacija, klinično usposabljanje, medicinska sestra, družina, hospitalizacija.
Year of publishing:2018
Publisher:[M. Bosilj]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616-053.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2422948 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:DR5RFNXH
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:15.06.2018

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Nursing students`attitudes towards treatment of hospitalized children
Abstract:Theoretical bases: A good relationship plays a major role in providing a comprehensive and high-quality nursing care. Forming a good relationship between students, children and their parents/guardians and healthcare workers is a result of many influences, linked with one another. Main cause for an inferior relationship usually originates from poor communication skills. Nursing students often encounter poor communication skills during their clinical training, especially in the paediatric field. Research methods: Descriptive method and quantitative research method of work were used. Callista Roy’s “adaptation model” was used when designing the questionnaire. Text editors Microsoft Word and Excel were used for collecting and sorting data, which was then presented in a table. The survey was conducted using open code application EnKlikAnketa. Results: 100 students took part in the research. 92% of them believe that students have a good attitude and approach when caring for hospitalized children. They expressed a desire for training in communication skills, 48% state that they were not provided with adequate directions on communicating and establishing a good relationship with children in simulation-based training at their schools. Discussion and conclusion: Everybody involved in child care contributes to relationship. Relationship deterioration occurs due to fear, lack of trust and inadequate communication. Good relationship is a key component in caring for hospitalized children.
Keywords:Keywords: Communication, clinical practice, nurse, family, hospitalization.


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