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Title:Faktorji, ki vplivajo na odločitev glede cepljenja proti gripi pri kroničnih bolnikih
Authors:Muršec, Dominika (Author)
Tomažič, Jožefa (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Vrbnjak, Dominika (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Mursec_Dominika_2020.pdf (431,90 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:Teoretično izhodišče: Gripa je akutna virusna bolezen, ki se v glavnem pojavlja v zimskih mesecih. Pred njo se je mogoče zaščititi s cepljenjem. Namen zaključnega dela je bil ugotoviti, kateri so faktorji, ki vplivajo na kronične bolnike pri odločitvi glede cepljenja. Metodologija: Izvedli smo pregled in analizo literature. Literaturo smo iskali v podatkovnih bazah PubMed, CINAHL, Medline, Cochrane Library in COBISS.SI s pomočjo ključnih besed v angleškem in slovenskem jeziku. Potek pregleda literature smo predstavili v PRISMA diagramu. Zbrane podatke smo analizirali in sintetizirali z uporabo vsebinske analize. Rezultati: V analizo smo vključili 15 člankov. Kot glavni faktor, ki kronične bolnike prepriča v cepljenje, se je izkazal nasvet zdravnika oz. drugih zdravstvenih delavcev. S cepljenjem je bila pozitivno povezana starost, sočasna prisotnost bolezni in predhodne izkušnje s cepljenjem. Pogosti razlogi za necepljenje pa so bila mnenja ljudi, da so zdravi, da gripa ni nevarna bolezen in dvomi v učinkovitost cepiva. Diskusija in zaključek: Analiza literature je pokazala, da se navkljub prisotni kronični bolezni veliko bolnikov ne cepi proti gripi. Na tem področju bi bilo smiselno izvesti raziskave o vzrokih za necepljenje tudi v slovenskem okolju v okviru referenčnih ambulant, kamor kronični bolniki pogosteje zahajajo. Potreben je poudarek na promociji cepljenja, ozaveščanje o gripi in varnosti cepiv.
Keywords:promocija zdravja, preventiva, nalezljive bolezni, pregled literature
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[D. Muršec]
Source:Maribor
UDC:614.47:616-039.33(043.2)
COBISS_ID:34079491 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:Z9OBYPVV
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Language:English
Title:Factors that influence vaccination decision among chronic patients
Abstract:Introduction: Influenza is an acute viral disease that mainly occurs in the winter months. The protection against it is vaccination. The purpose was to determine which factors influence the chronic patients’ vaccination decision-making. Methodology: A review and analysis of the literature was performed. A search of the literature in the PubMed, CINAHL, Medline, Cochrane Library and COBISS.SI databases with the help of keywords in English and Slovenian was done. The course of the literature review was presented in the PRISMA diagram. The collected data were analysed and synthesized by using content analysis. Results: 15 articles were included in the analysis. The main factor that convinces chronic patients to get vaccinated has been the advice of a doctor or other health professionals. Vaccination was positively associated with age, concomitant presence of the disease, and previous vaccination experience. Common reasons for not vaccinating, however, were the opinions of people that they are healthy, that the influenza is not a dangerous disease, and doubts about the effectiveness of the vaccine. Discussion and conclusion: The analysis of the literature has shown that despite the presence of chronic disease, many patients do not get vaccinated against influenza. In this area it would be sensible to conduct research on the causes of non-vaccination in the Slovenian environment within the framework of reference clinics, where chronic patients go more often. Emphasis is needed on vaccination promotion, influenza awareness and vaccine safety.
Keywords:health promotion, prevention, infectious diseases, literature review


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