Mötet med vårdpersonal - Personer som är suicidnära och deras erfarenhet : En litteraturbaserad studie
Sammanfattning: Background: Every 40 seconds a person experience feelings of hopelessness and falls victim to suicide. The persons who are suicidal can be found all through the health care system. The health care personnel can change the outlook on life for the person, or at least ease the suffering for a while in the meeting. But health care personnel can also cause suffering by care if they don't see the person as a unique human being. Aim: The aim of this study was to highlight the suicidal persons experience meeting with health care professional. Method: A literature-based study were conducted in accordance to Friberg (2012). Analysis were made of ten qualitative scientific studies. Results: The result was presented in one theme, The significans of the relationship. And four subthemes arose; To be or not to be listened to, to feel or not to feel commitment, to be or not to be seen and to feel or not to feel trust and security. Conclusion: The result show how the persons who were suicidal experienced ease in their suffering when healthcare personnel listened, saw the person, were commited and gave a sense of trust and security. When the healthcare personnel listened and validated the persons who were suicidal it led to feelings of hope for the future. When the persons experienced that they were seen by the healthcare personnel they felt a positivity and as human beings on equal terms. When the persons who were suicidal felt security and trust for the healthcare personnel it led to a better relationship. When the persons experienced commitment from healthcare personnel they felt as they were able to let go of feelings of despair and anxiety. This resulted in a sense of wellbeing for the persons.
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