Grundutbildade sjuksköterskors erfarenheter av palliativomvårdnad. : En litteraturstudie

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Malmö universitet/Institutionen för vårdvetenskap (VV)

Sammanfattning: ABSTRACT  Feher A, Leander-Pehrson D.  The experiences of palliative care in newly graduated nurses. A literature review. Thesis in nursing, 15 credits. Malmö University: Faculty of Health and Society, Department of Care Science, 2020. Background: Palliative care is described as a very complex type of care with breadth of covering both medical, psychological, and spiritual needs - which results in the involvement of a number of professionals in the healthcare staff. The educational aspect of palliative care and its aims are to prepare the nurse for stages that can involve a lot of emotions and experiences in the future career, as best possible.Aim: The purpose was to investigate research on the undergraduate nurses' feelings and experiences of palliative care.Method: A qualitative literature study was conducted with ten scientific studies of qualitative anchoring as a basis for compiling results. CINAHL and PubMed have been used as primary databases for collecting material.Results: In the role of nurse, individuals is expected to be sensitive and attentive to patients with forward-looking communication. The importance of being able to keep the private feelings and values that may arise in the meeting with the patient is emphasized, and by highlighting the individual nurse maintains professionalism.Conclusion: There are many emotional experiences during her profession in both existential and emotional aspects,  and one of the goals of the nursing education is that the individual who takes on the role of nurse, should feel safe and secure for the upcoming work - where new future colleagues will eventually be welcomed. This demand, not least on the individual's own capacity for personal development, but also on the education's capacity for future development.

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