STUDY ATTITUDES AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCES OF KHOY HOSPITALS MEDICAL STAFF ABOUT NECESSARY BACKGROUND FAMILY PRESENCE DURING RESUSCITATION
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Background and Aims
Members of the health care providers continuously are trying to provide holistic care standards with maximum efficiency to their patients and family members. In this context, the family plays an important role in health care plan for the patients. Their participation in the program is an integral part of the healing process. For the majority of the population, resuscitation room is the last chance to see, talk and touch their loved family members. Prohibiting the families to visit patients in their final stages of life and in critical condition is contrary to the philosophy of nursing. According to CPR, the need for effective care is necessary not only for patients but also for their anxious relatives.
Materials and Methods
A descriptive and analytical study was used to explore the attitudes of 136 medical staff of public hospitals at Khoy city towards family presence during resuscitation. By using a self administered structured questionnaire, health care providers with 6 months experience in clinical wards were participated in the study. After the data were collected in connection with family presence during resuscitation, descriptive and inferential analysis had been done by SPSS-16software.
Results
In this study, 45/3% of participants disagreed with the presence of family members during CPR, while 44/7% of them agreed. Concerning the benefits of family presence during resuscitation, 60% agreed to prevent misinterpretation of the family presence in resuscitation activities, and (33/1%) agreed with enhancing knowledge about resuscitation team performance. Also the results revealed that there is a statistically significant difference (P=0/007) between the three groups of medical staff nurses, physicians and anesthesiologists.
Conclusion
The results of this study showed the majority of medical staff of both public hospitals in Khoy city, agreed to have trained and qualified medical personnel communication skills during the resuscitation. About three fifths of the hospital's medical staffs were aware of the existence of written policies on family presence.
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Persian
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Journal of Urmia Nursing And Midwifery Faculty, Volume:13 Issue: 3, 2015
Pages:
189 - 197
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