Vårdpersonalens upplevelser och utmaningar i demensvården
Aim: To describe staffs experiences of challenges when nursing people with dementia and BPSD.
Design: A qualitative study with interviews of focus groups. Eleven persons from two nursing homes in the north of Sweden were interviewed.
Results: The analysis emerged into three categories that describes staffs experiences and challenges: To aim for seeing the person behind the illness, the importance of colleagues, it is difficult to be sufficient. Staff wanted to meet the person behind the dementia but meet difficulties in their work. The staff had a demanding job and faced challenges as an effect of not giving the right care that the staff wanted to give. The consequence of this was stress and bad conscience. The result marked the importance of having colleagues to communicate with, who wants to work in a team and after the same goals.
Conclusion: The challenges in nursing care of people with dementia and BPSD are many. Superiors can learn from these difficulties to provide staff what they need to give person centered care to people with dementia and BPSD. That can lead to more job satisfaction among healthcare staff so they can keep on taking care of the people who needs them.
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