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Title:Vertikalno nasilje nad študenti zdravstvene nege v kliničnem okolju
Authors:Lah, Urška (Author)
Donik, Barbara (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Mlinar Reljić, Nataša (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Lah_Urska_2020.pdf (1,39 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Izhodišča in namen: Vertikalno nasilje je nasilje, ki se pojavlja med osebami, ki so si, glede na položaj in moč, neenakovredne. Študenti so med opravljanjem klinične prakse v kliničnem okolju pogosto izpostavljeni neprimernim oblikam vedenja s strani nadrejenih. Namen zaključnega dela je bil raziskati incidenco in naravo pojavljanja vertikalnega nasilja nad študenti zdravstvene nege v kliničnem okolju. Raziskovalna metodologija in metode: V zaključnem delu je bila uporabljena kvantitativna metodologija. V empiričnem delu je bila za pridobivanje podatkov uporabljena metoda anketiranja. Za analizo podatkov smo uporabili opisne statistične metode. V anketi je sodelovalo 146 študentov dodiplomskega študijskega programa zdravstvene nege. Rezultati: Ugotovili smo, da so bili študenti najpogosteje izpostavljeni doživljanju vertikalnega psihičnega nasilja, v sklopu katerega prevladuje neverbalno nasilje. Študenti so se na klinični praksi pogosto počutili, kot da niso del tima, saj so jih nadrejeni ignorirali ter so bili deležni neupravičene delitve dela. Občasno se je pojavilo tudi spolno nasilje, v obliki seksističnih pripomb. Študenti so se zaradi doživljanja vertikalnega nasilja počutili manjvredno in jezno. Diskusija in zaključek: Vertikalno nasilje ima številne negativne vplive na študente zdravstvene nege. Študenti med opravljanjem klinične prakse doživijo različna negativna čustva. Zaradi neprimernega odnosa manj uspešno sodelujejo z ostalimi, razmišljajo o tem, da bi zapustili profesijo zdravstvene nege ter nudijo manj kakovostno zdravstveno nego pacientom.
Keywords:trpinčenje, agresivnost, sovražno vedenje, klinično usposabljanje, mentorstvo, odnos do študentov, medosebni odnos.
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[U. Lah]
Source:Maribor
UDC:005.962:364.634:37.091.212.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2571940 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:J5KXDUFT
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Licensing start date:29.01.2020

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Vertical violence against nursing students in a clinical setting
Abstract:Introduction: Vertical violence is a form of violence that occurs between people that are unequal in their position and power. Students are often exposed to inappropriate behaviours from their superiors while performing clinical practice in a clinical setting. The purpose of the final thesis is to research the incidence and nature of the occurrence of vertical violence against nursing students in a clinical setting. Research methodology and methods: In the final thesis the quantitative methodology was used. In the empirical part, the survey method was used to obtain data. Descriptive statistical methods were used to analyse the data. 146 undergraduate nursing students participated in the survey. Results: We have found that students are most frequently exposed to experiences of psychological vertical violence, which is dominated by exposure to non-verbal violence. While on clinical placement, students often felt as if they were not a part of a team, because they were ignored by their superiors and received unfair division of labour. Sexual violence also occurred occasionally in the form of sexist comments. Students felt inferior and angry because of experiencing vertical violence. Discussion and conclusion: Vertical violence has many negative impacts on nursing students. They experience of many negative emotions during their clinical placement. They are less successful in collaborating with others, they consider leaving the nursing profession and are preforming nursing care of lower quality, due to their dysfunctional relationships.
Keywords:torment, aggression, hostile behaviour, clinical training, mentorship, relations with students, interpersonal relations.


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