Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Mälardalens högskola/Akademin för hälsa, vård och välfärd; Mälardalens högskola/Akademin för hälsa, vård och välfärd

Sammanfattning: Background: Person-centred care is a care model that favors the whole person to be seen, not only the disease. Caring person-centred means giving time and listening the patient about their health problems. This promotes the patients’ involvement in their care and that the care is based on the patients’ story. Patients and relatives experience that receiving insufficient time and information about the patient’s state of health makes person-centred care downgraded. Aim: To describe nurses' experiences of providing person-centred care. Method: Qualitative literature study with descriptive synthesis where eleven caring science articles used for result analysis. Results: Nurses experienced that the relationship with patients and the right conditions for person-centred care were basics for caring person-centred. Seeing the person behind the patient and motivating patients’ participation enabled a person-centred approach. Collaborating with colleagues, devoting more time to patients and personal conditions were both an opportunity and an obstacle to provide a person-centred caring. Conclusion: Seeing the person behind the patient and making patients involved is central in caring person-centred. It also requires the right conditions such as extra time, knowledge and functional cooperation for providing appropriate person-centred care.

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