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Título: Utilidad percibida del informe de continuidad de cuidados de enfermería
Autores: García Ríos, María
Canga Pérez, Raquel
García Bango, Alejandra
Fernández Fernández, Beatriz
Manjón García, Pablo
Ferrero Fernández, Isabel Elena
Palabras Claves: Atención de enfermería
Atención al paciente
Atención primaria de Salud
Enfermería primaria
Atención Ambulatoria.
Fecha Edición: 16-Nov-2019
Editor: SEAPA
Cita Bibliográfica: García Rios M, Canga Pérez R, García Bango A, Fernández Fernández B, Manjón García P, Ferrero Fernández IE. Utilidad percibida del informe de continuidad de cuidados de enfermería. RqR Enfermería Comunitaria (Revista de SEAPA). 2019 Noviembre; 7 (4): 35-46.
Resumen: OBJECTIVE: To assess the utility of hospital nursing discharge reports for / by PC nursing coming from the different computer systems of the Health System of the Principality of Asturias (SESPA). METHODOLOGY: A descriptive, analytical and cross-sectional study, combining 2 types of analysis (quantitative, descriptive and qualitative), was carried out on PC nursing in areas V and VIII, between June and October 2017, involving 189 nurses. Nursing personnel with more than 1 year of experience in PC was included. The data were collected by structured, self-administered, personal and anonymous questionnaire, whose 25 items measured variables (quantitative discrete, qualitative nominal dichotomous and qualitative ordinal) among them: age, years of experience in PC, gender, knowledge of the report, degree of use, previous knowledge of the patient, of the care continuity and understanding of the terminology. Collection technique prior to the presentation of the study, explaining its objectives and subsequent delivery of the questionnaire Regarding the analysis, descriptive statistics were calculated for quantitative variables, the average, standard deviation, maximum and minimum. For qualitative variables, we used percentages and 95% confidence intervals. The bivariate analysis was performed by Chi-square test and Spearman’s F.The statistical program used was R. RESULTS: Our results show thast 64% and 18% of the staff perceive the current CCR as of little use or useless. 91% would improve the content of the report, in addition to 86% who recognizes it as the priority aspect. In addition, 49% and 35% perceive as necessary improvements in their extension and terminology used. CONCLUSIONS: The PC nurse demands better quality information in the CCR, and adapted to the needs perceived by the patient in order to be continued and satisfied by PC. Applicable in achieving a more individualized approach to the patient’s situation through the CCR. In addition to being extrapolated to other areas which use this computer system and CCR.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/12408
ISSN: 2254-8270
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