All publications of “Rachel de Carvalho”3 results
Humanization according to cancer patients with extended hospitalization periods
ABSTRACTObjective:To identify the concept of humanization and raise aspects that contribute towards and that hinder humanization of hospital care, according to the opinion of oncology patients.Methods:This is a descriptive-exploratory survey, with a qualitative-quantitative approach. The sample was made up of 10 patients hospitalized for more than 30 days at the Oncology Unit of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, who, after satisfying ethical and legal procedures, were interviewed and answered three questions in reference to humanization in oncology.Results:The factors that contributed more […]
Patient care and administrative activities of nurses in clinical/surgical units
ABSTRACTObjectives:To identify the administrative and nursing care activities most performed by nurses in clinical/surgical units and to determine which are most and least pleasant to them.Methods:A descriptive-exploratory field study, with a quantitative approach and with a sample made up of 40 nurses working in clinical/surgical units who answered a three-part questionnaire composed of identification data and characterization of the professional; a list of nursing and administrative activities for the nurse to grade according to the numbers: “0 = I do […]
Integrative review: what is it? How to do it?
ABSTRACTIntroduction: The integrative review is the methodology that provides synthesis of knowledge and applicability of results of significant studies to practice.Objective:To present the phases of an integrative review and the relevant aspects to be taken into account when using this methodological resource.Methods:This study was based on bibliographic search and on the experience of the authors when performing an integrative review.Results:Presentation of the six stages of the integrative review process: preparing the guiding question, searching or sampling the literature, data collection, […]