1 edition of Symposia on sexuality and nursing practice [and] patient compliance found in the catalog.
Symposia on sexuality and nursing practice [and] patient compliance
|Other titles||Patient compliance. 1982., Sexuality and nursing practice.|
|Statement||Eleanor A. Schuster, guest editor [for first symposium] ; Barbara Conway-Rutkowski, guest editor [for second symposium].|
|Series||The Nursing clinics of North America ;, v. 17, no. 3|
|Contributions||Schuster, Eleanor A., Rutkowski, Barbara Lang, 1945-|
|LC Classifications||RT1 .N77 vol. 17, no. 3, RT86 .N77 vol. 17, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, p., p. 343-534 :|
|Number of Pages||534|
|LC Control Number||82005860|
Despite the hesitancy to discuss patient sexuality in the healthcare system, sexuality and sexual functioning are considered important for patients’ well‐being and overall quality of life. In a Danish population study, nine out of 10 people between 16 and 95 years of age stated that sexuality and sexual functioning constitute a central part. Care providers must include a thorough assessment of sexual health of older adults living in nursing homes in routine practice, and include sexual health in the treatment plan. According to U.S. census projections made by the American Hospital Association (AHA; ), there will be 70 million baby boomers 56 to 74 years of age by and
In nursing homes, a number of barriers to the expression of sexuality exist, such as the lack of privacy, certain attitudes on behalf of the staff and the family, the lack of a sexual partner, and physical limitations. The aim of this study was to describe the lived experience of sexuality in elderly Spanish women residing in nursing homes. Izzeddin A. Abu Bdair, Rose E. ConsTantino, Barriers and Promoting Strategies to Sexual Health Assessment for Patients with Coronary Artery Diseases in Nursing Practice: A Literature Review, Health, /health, 09, 03, (), ().
Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing • Vol Number 2 • The Importance of Assessing Sexuality Nadine Z. Southard, MSN, FNP-BC, OCN®, and Jill Keller, MSN, FNP-BC, OCN® A cancer diagnosis can have an overwhelming effect on patients’ sexuality. The article begins with a definition of sexuality and describes a problem-solving approach which, with training, would enable nurses to address a patient’s sexual and relationship difficulties knowing there is appropriate help available. Nursing Standard. 15, 9, doi: /nsc
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OCLC Number: Notes: Cover titles: Sexuality and nursing practice [and] Patient compliance. Description: vii, pages, pages illustrations ; 24 cm. Continuing education on sexuality is of questionable value in improving practice. Recommendations for improving sexuality-related practice include requiring multiple experiences addressing sexuality of nursing students and new staff, as well as increased research to identify more specific nursing strategies for addressing clients' sexual by: The appropriateness of inclusion of human sexuality as an aspect of nursing intervention.
Sexual problems in medical practice. J Am Med Worn Assoc February ; The patient's Cited by: 6. The purpose of this paper is to explore the literature on addressing sexuality and sexual health in nursing practice and using nursing care process for the assessment of sexual problems of individuals.
Sexuality is a part of life and being by: Sexuality is a key component of quality of life and well-being and a need to express one’s sexuality continues into old age.
Staff and families in residential aged care facilities often find expressions of sexuality by residents, particularly those living with dementia, challenging and facilities often struggle to address individuals’ needs in this area.
This paper describes the Cited by: A nursing record focused on sexual health care for patients with cancer could encourage oncology nurses to provide sexual health care for oncology patients in a simple and effective manner.
However, existing electronic information systems focus on professional use and not sexual health care, which could lead to inefficiencies in clinical practice. The purpose of this paper is to explore the literature on addressing sexuality and sexual health in nursing practice and using nursing care process for the assessment of sexual problems of.
An American Indian patient may stare at the floor during conversations. That's a cultural behavior conveying respect, and it shows that he's paying close attention to you. Likewise, a Hispanic patient may maintain downcast eyes in deference to someone's age, sex, social position, economic status, or position of authority.
the level of state practice limitations placed on NPs and patient access to primary care.1, 6, 7 States with laws that limit practice authority to a greater degree have lower enrollment in advanced practice nurse (APRN) programs, a reduced number of practicing NPs and slower growth in new employment of NPs.1, 5 States that authorize NPs.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Orem said she based her theory on her practice as a nurse and contemporary nursing literature and thought. During her career, she published several books that explored and expanded her theory, including Guides for Developing Curricula for the Education of Practical Nurses and Nursing: Concepts of Practice.
Culture Care Theory. Introduction. Sexual harassment, defined as repeated and unwelcome sexual behavior including its verbal, physical, mental or visual formsis common in the care workers, especially nursing staff, are more likely to be exposed to offensive behaviors, including sexual harassment, than other professions 4, harassment is associated with negative health.
Sexual Harassment in Nursing. A great deal of the literature related to sexual harassment in nursing is dated and this represents an opportunity for generation of new knowledge. However, sexual harassment in nursing has been an issue even prior to the term being defined (Bronner, Peretz, & Ehrenfeld, ).
Relevance to clinical practice: Examples of how a feminist poststructural framework can be used to enhance sexual health nursing practice are discussed, such as helping nurses to challenge the.
Many patients want to learn about the implications of their treatment and medications on their sexuality. Nurses who care for chronically ill patients may help foster a more positive self-esteem for the patient, and may influence patient–partner attitudes about worthiness, self-concept, and body image, by providing opportunities to talk about.
Nursing-sensitive indicators reflect the structure, process, and patient outcomes of nursing care. Structure - supply of nursing staff, skill level of staff, and education of staff; Process - assessment, intervention, and job satisfaction; Outcomes - patient outcomes that improve if there is greater quantity and quality of nursing care.
The results of a study that explored the sexuality-related experiences of 52 patients during cancer treatment showed some reasons perceived by the patients for sexuality not being considered in the nursing care.
One of the aspects highlighted was the assertion that nurses are too busy to sit down and talk about these issues with the patients. As patient advocates first and foremost, nurses must strive to provide culturally competent care for all, regardless of gender or sexual orientation.
LGBT nurses and patients alike face a unique set of challenges in the health care system: hostile personnel, lack of insurance, and higher rates of certain disorders, such as substance abuse.
Nurses' conservative attitudes towards sexuality, their prejudices about gynaecological cancer, the lack of availability of private environment, the lack of sexuality care training and the failure to include sexuality care in routine nursing care, were found to be factors that significantly influenced sexual care and nursing practice (adjusted.
Addressing sexuality in nursing practice Sexuality is an issue in nursing practice because of the intimate nature of care that nurses give patients and the effect that an illness can have on a patient including their sexuality (Higgins et al.). The constant contact and the close relationship that.
Nursing students’ experiences of sexual harassment during clinical training cause unsafe education environments and have a negative impact on the nursing students not only mental and physical health (Marsh et al.,Shipherd et al., ), but also satisfaction of clinical practice, positive view for nursing and patient care, and so on.However, addressing patient sexuality has been shown to be difficult and usually not integrated within nursing care despite the fact that nurses are aware of the importance of discussing patient.GET BACK TO BEING PATIENT-CENTERED How do you run a successful practice that not only meets the regulatory demands of the healthcare delivery system, but allows you to experience freedom, security, and confidence in practice?
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