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福島県立医科大学看護学部紀要 = Bulletin of Fukushima Medical University School of Nursing >
No.21 (2019-03) >
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|Other Titles: ||Difficulty experienced by nurse working in psychiatric hospitals when extending nursing care to cancer patients|
|Authors: ||加藤, 郁子|
|Source title: ||福島県立医科大学看護学部紀要|
|Start page: ||1|
|End page: ||12|
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2019 |
[Objective of the Study] To identify difficulties experienced by nurse working in psychiatric hospitals when they are involved in caring for psychiatric patients with cancer to overcome the difficulties. [Study Method] A fact-finding survey using self-administered written questionnaires was conducted with nurses and assistant nurses working in psychiatric hospitals in Prefecture A, who had experience of caring for psychiatric patients with cancer. Components of the survey were as follows: basic attributes of subjects; six items (self-care of patients, support from medical professionals, support from family, treatment facility and system for complications, self-determination/selection of patients, and self-responsibility for treatment), consisting of 25 questions regarding experienced difficulties during caring for the abovementioned patients; and three items (basic knowledge of cancer care, its application to psychiatric patients, and education method), consisting of 12 questions regarding education required in caring for psychiatric patients with cancer. [Result] The subjects were 138 nursing professionals. Regarding nursing difficulties, over 70％ of the subjects experienced difficulties in "self-care of patients" and "support from family". Regarding educational needs, over 80％ of the subjects felt the need. [Conclusion] Based on the results of this study, it may be possible to reduce the difficulties faced by nursing professionals in caring for psychiatric patients with cancer through establishing a system in which information and consultation are provided by cancer care nurses.
|Full text URL: ||http://ir.fmu.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/123456789/762/1/BullFMUSchNurs_21_p1.pdf|
|Rights: ||© 2019 福島県立医科大学看護学部|
|Appears in Collections:||No.21 (2019-03)|
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