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J Qual Res Health Sci 2010, 9(1 and 2): 8-14 Back to browse issues page
The attitude of nursing staff of institute cancer and Valie-Asr hospital toward caring for dying patients
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When nurses can positive attitude to death and care of people dying to have a relationship with the humanitarian community to have people. Nurses in palliative care due to the success of their relationship with all patients، their willingness and interest to a dying patient can be. This study was aimed to determine attitudes of Iranian nurses toward caring for dying patients. In this descriptive analytic attitude Cancer Society and the hospital nurses، but Tehran age to the care of dying patients in 2007 using two questionnaires (DAP-R)، (FATCOD) and examined demographic was. Questionnaires to 120 hospital nurses، but Cancer Center that evening and were introduced by the supervisors were given. 98% had answered questions in the questionnaire. Data analysis was performed by spss software. Data analysis using descriptive analysis techniques (frequency، mean and standard deviation) and inferential (Pearson) were performed. Most respondent's to death as a natural part of life and a way to achieve life after death were noted. Most nurses tend to take care of dying patients and emotional support from their families were but they did not like about death with patients or their family speak or give them training in this area. Many nurses did not like the patients or their families decide be willing to engage patients and their families in care. Personal look at nurses as their personal experiences influence their attitudes toward death and care of dying patients can be Lack of education and experience plus career and cultural constraints، creating a negative attitude towards death، the study nurses and care of dying patients were involved. Appears to be that nurses can create an interactive environment، their feelings about death and dying can express effective way to identify influential factors in nurses interacting with patients are dying. Continuing education for nurses in palliative care to improve the quality end of life care is needed by.
Keywords: Attitude, Death, Palliative Care, Nurses
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2011/11/6
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The attitude of nursing staff of institute cancer and Valie-Asr hospital toward caring for dying patients . J Qual Res Health Sci. 2010; 9 (1 and 2) :8-14
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Volume 9, Number 1 and 2 (10-2010) Back to browse issues page
مجله تحقیقات کیفی در علوم سلامت Journal of Qualitative Research in Health Sciences
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