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A REFORMA PSIQUIáTRICA - UM ESTUDO PARCIAL ACERCA DA PRODU O CIENTíFICA DA TEMáTICA
Luciane Prado Kantorski
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2001,
Abstract: This work describes a theoretical reflection about the theme of the psychiatric reform in its theorics and practicals conceptions. For this objective was made a partial analysis of the scientific production about the psychiatric reform, taking like reference the abstracts published in the LILACS and in the programs and communications on the Congresso Brasileiro de Enfermagem, since 1987. For the treatment of the raised data was elected like analytical category the exclusion and like empirical category the disinstitutionalization. It was looked for the production of a vision about the psychiatric reform that approximate the health staff to the present reflections regarding new forms for to think and to act towards the craziness problematic.
The Development of the Japanese Psychiatric Nursing Assessment Classification System (PsyNACS)  [PDF]
Hirokazu Ito, Misao Miyagawa, Kazuhiro Ozawa, Tetsuya Tanioka, Yuko Yasuhara, Mutsuko Kataoka, Beth King, Masahito Tomotake, Rozzano C. Locsin
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2016.61003
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to develop the Japanese Psychiatric Nursing Assessment Classification System (PsyNACS)©. This study used the on-line survey method from February to April 2015. There were 644 respondents comprised of professional nurses with minimum qualification of 3 years’ experience being in a psychiatric unit of a stand-alone 200-bed or more Psychiatric Hospital in Japan. Assessment items were derived from 211 specific items selected from nursing textbooks, excluding the North-American-Nursing-Diagnosis-Association (NANDA). The questionnaire contained Cover Letter, Demographic Data Sheet, and the PsyNACS© questionnaire. There were 644 questionnaires accessed but only 435 were completed and valid. Item levels of importance were evaluated: 1) Unnecessary, 2) Not very important, 3) Important and 4) Very important. Data analysis used descriptive and multivariate statistics. Factor analysis (principal factor analysis, varimax rotation), the Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin (KMO) and the Bartlett’s test of Sphericity assessed the adaptive validity of the factor analysis. Factor loadings were set
Sistema de classifica??o de pacientes na especialidade enfermagem psiquiátrica
Martins, Paula Andréa Shinzato Ferreira;Forcella, Hideko Takeuchi;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002006000100010
Abstract: objective: the aim of this paper was to report the validity of an instrument for classification of nursing care dependency levels for psychiatric patients. methods: the development of the instrument was based on the following critical indicators of care: appearance and hygiene, thought expression, humor and affection, social interaction, activities, feeding and hydration, sleep, medication, eliminations, vital signs and others controls, and problems and somatic complaints. results: the scores for degree of dependence are graded on a 3-point scale which permits to determine dependency levels. the delphi technic was used to validate the instrument. experts agreed with the maintenance of 11 critical indicators. conclusion: the results of this study showed the instrument is valid and may contribute to technological and scientific advances for psychiatric speciality in brazil.
Lideran?a em enfermagem psiquiátrica
Machado, Sabrina da Costa;Stipp, Marluci Andrade Concei??o;Oliveira, Rosane Mara Pontes de;Moreira, Marléa Chagas;Sim?es, Lilian Marques;Leite, Josete Luzia;
Escola Anna Nery , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452006000400016
Abstract: the process of leadership in psychiatric nursing is a thematic that must be carefully boarded and be widely argued. however, few are the scientific sources concerning the subject. in this way, it was seek through this work reflecting the leadership and its some forms of boarding in psychiatry through the times, being possible to certify its evolution. the quality assistance must be the only and primordial objective and the leadership of the nurse must be established in the recognition of the necessities of the clientele and in the qualities of the team. such reflection many times constitutes a challenge for the professional nurses, allowing a bigger professional growth. it is exactly the preparation of the professional who will assist in the good course of the treatment of the psychiatric patient, reaching a satisfactory result.
Stress no trabalho do enfermeiro
Costa, José Roberto Alves da;Lima, Josefa Vieira de;Almeida, Paulo Cesar de;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342003000300008
Abstract: the aim of this study was to appraise stress levels of nurses working with mentally ill psychiatric hospital patients. this quantitative study was conducted in seven psychiatric hospitals in the city of fortaleza, ceará, brazil, and was carried out with the use of the following instruments: socio-demographic descriptive information of the sample and an inventory to identify the stress symptoms of the nurses. the sample size was 48, of which 42 (93%) were female. the results of the sample showed that 62% felt no stress, 31% were at the endurance level and 7% at the exhaustion level. no statistically significant relationship was found between the hours of work performed and the symptoms of stress. therefore, the present study showed no occurrence of stress in these nurses.
Gradua??o em enfermagem: aprendendo a aprender a reforma psiquiátrica brasileira
Olschowsky, Agnes;Barros, Sonia;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62341999000400009
Abstract: this paper aims at identifying the changes that became part of the theaching of psychiatric nursing. the study points out the concern regardin teaching updating in this area in which the teacher's transformation, participation and the creation of a new concept about psychiatric knowledge and practice make it possible to have new ways to learn how to learn the brazilian psychiatric reform.
A enfermagem na assistência ao indivíduo em sofrimento psíquico
Rodrigues, Rosa Maria;Schneider, Jacó Fernando;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691999000300006
Abstract: nursing care to the human being in psychical suffering is the theme of this investigation, developed in a psychiatric hospital, in the west region of the paraná state. this is a qualitative research with the aim of finding out nurses' understanding about their work in psychiatric nursing. authors used open interview to all the nurses of the institution. then, data were grouped in thematic unities and analysed through the analysis of the content.
The Views of Family Members about Nursing Care of Psychiatric Patients Admitted at a Mental Hospital in Malawi  [PDF]
Genesis Chorwe-Sungani, Mbumba Namelo, Vincent Chiona, Ditress Nyirongo
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2015.53022
Abstract: Family members of a mentally ill person play a crucial role in the recovery of their sick relative. They care for their sick relatives at home and in hospital. Some views of family members indicate that they get satisfaction from participating in nursing care of their sick relative. The aim of this study was to describe the views of family members about nursing care of psychiatric patients admitted at a mental hospital in Malawi. A qualitative study design was used and data were collected from ten participants through in-depth interviews. Ethical approval was granted by relevant authorities. Data were analysed using Colaizzi method. The findings fell into the following four themes that emerged: family participation in nursing care; nurses’ skills and experience in caring; respect for psychiatric patients and interactions and information sharing. This study offers valuable information about the views of families regarding nursing care of psychiatric patients. They are involved in the care of their sick relatives although there is lack of effective cooperation between them and nurses. The lack of collaboration made families receive inadequate information about their sick relative. Therefore, it is imperative that nurses are competent in implementing family involvement in nursing care.
A Survey of Correlation between Professional Identity and Clinical Competency of Psychiatric Nurses  [PDF]
Jamileh Mohtashami, Hanieh Rahnama, Farahnaz Farzinfard, Atefeh Talebi, Foroozan Atashzadeh-Shoorideh, Mahdie Ghalenoee
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2015.59080
Abstract: Introduction: Clinical competency and knowledge of the effective factors are of critical importance in nursing. Competency, self-esteem, and self-knowledge are achievable through professional identity. Employees’ participation in and attachment to their professional role is contingent considerably upon their professional identity. In light of this, the present study is aimed at determining correlation between professional identity and clinical competence of the nurses working in psychiatric wards of the hospitals affiliated with Tehran-based medical sciences universities. Methodology: This correlative study was conducted on 125 nurses working in psychiatric wards of Tehran-based hospitals affiliated with medical sciences universities. Data gathering tool of the study was a researcher-designed questionnaire to collect demographic, clinical competency, and professional identity data of the participants. For data analyzing, Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 18 was used. Findings: The results showed 91.2% of the participants evaluated their professional identity at good (47.2%) and very good (44%) levels; and 78.2% evaluated their clinical competency at very good level. The results also indicated positive and significant relationship between professional identity and clinical competency(r = 0.32, p = 0.001). In addition, none of the demographical variables were related to professional identity and clinical competency. Conclusion: There is positive relationship between clinical competency and professional identity, which means that development of positive attitudes regarding the psychiatric nursing can lead to higher clinical competency of the participants. The findings of the study highlighted the weight and role of positive attitude regarding the professional identity. It could result in increase of clinical competency and deserved attention of hospital’s managers.
O ensino da psiquiatria e o poder disciplinar da enfermagem religiosa: o hospício de Pedro II no segundo reinado
Peres, Maria Angélica de Almeida;Barreira, Ieda de Alencar;Santos, Tania Cristina Franco;Almeida Filho, Antonio José de;Oliveira, Alexandre Barbosa de;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072011000400008
Abstract: the objectives of this study are to describe the relationship between teaching psychiatry and the disciplinary power of the sisters of charity from the hospício de pedro ii; to analyze the circumstances in which the contest to appoint the first professor of psychiatry at the faculdade de medicina do rio de janeiro, brasil took place. this is a documentary historical research that analyzes the administrative books of the santa casa da misericórdia and articles from the "jornal do commercio" based on the michel foucault framework. the selection for the first professor of psychiatry, although widely questioned by the press, elected a physician who opposed the institution's management. upon admission as the hospice's sanitary director, this professor initiated an administrative reform, leading to the progressive reduction of the sisters of charity's activities and consequently, nursing care within that arena, allowing its medicalization.
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