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Title:Izkušnje negovalnega osebja z zagotavljanjem paliativne oskrbe v domovih za starostnike
Authors:Šket, Anja (Author)
Mlinar Reljić, Nataša (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Fekonja, Zvonka (Co-mentor)
Kmetec, Sergej (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Uvod: Število starejših oseb s kroničnimi nenalezljivimi boleznimi, ki potrebujejo paliativno oskrbo v domovih za starejše, narašča. Pomembno je, da imajo člani tima zdravstvene nege in oskrbe dovolj znanja in izkušenj o paliativni oskrbi in jo ustrezno vključujejo v svoje delo. Metode: V zaključnem delu smo uporabili kvalitativno metodologijo raziskovanja z metodo fokusnih skupin članov tima zdravstvene nege in oskrbe v domovih za starostnike. Podatke smo obdelali po metodi vsebinske analize. Rezultati: Oblikovali smo tri glavne vsebinske sklope: Izkušnje zaposlenih, Ovire in težave zaposlenih v paliativni oskrbi ter Poznavanje paliativne oskrbe. Zaposleni imajo dovolj izkušenj za izvajanje paliativne oskrbe, vendar jim primanjkuje znanja, navodil in smernic za pravočasno vključevanje in kakovostno zagotavljanje paliativne oskrbe. Potrebno bi bilo izobraževanje zaposlenih in več vključevanja paliativne oskrbe v času šolanja. Razprava in sklep: Poznavanje paliativne oskrbe je med člani tima zdravstvene nege in oskrbe v domovih za starostnike slabo. Potrebna so dodatna izobraževanja iz paliativne oskrbe. Zaposleni se pri svojem delu srečujejo s pomanjkanjem kadra in pomanjkanjem usposobljenega tima paliativne oskrbe. Temeljnega pomena je usmerjanje in vključevanje svojcev v obravnavo, saj so svojci premalo vključeni in seznanjeni s paliativno oskrbo.
Keywords:zdravstvena nega in oskrba, medicinske sestre, paliativna obravnava, starostnik
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[A. Šket]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616-036.8-083:364(043.2)
COBISS_ID:40050179 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:RQ57N56U
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Licensing start date:26.10.2020

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Language:English
Title:Nursing staff experiences with providing palliative care at nursing homes
Abstract:Introduction: The number of older people with chronic, noncontagious diseases needing palliative care in nursing homes is rising. The nursing staff team members must possess enough knowledge and experience in palliative care, which they properly incorporate in their work. Methods: In this thesis, qualitative research methodology with the method of focus groups was used. Focus groups were conducted with the nursing staff in nursing homes. Data were analysed using content analysis. Results: Three main themes were created: Staff experience, The obstacles, and issues of the palliative care staff, and Palliative care knowledge. The employees possess enough experience to perform palliative care; however, they lack knowledge, instructions, and guidelines for timely integration and quality assurance. Consequently, employee education and a more extensive incorporation of palliative care in education are needed. Discussion: The level of palliative care knowledge among the nursing staff members in nursing homes is low. Additional education on palliative care is necessary. In their work, the employees face personnel shortage and the lack of qualified palliative care teams. The integration of the patients' relatives in palliative care is too low; therefore, directing and integrating them into the treatment process is vital.
Keywords:nursing and care, nurses, palliative care, the elderly


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