PERSPEKTIF PERAWAT DAN KELUARGA TENTANG KEMITRAAN KELUARGA DALAM MERAWAT PASIEN KRITIS DI INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

Ekowati, Sri Indah and Purnomo , Hery Djagat and Utami , Reni Sulung (2018) PERSPEKTIF PERAWAT DAN KELUARGA TENTANG KEMITRAAN KELUARGA DALAM MERAWAT PASIEN KRITIS DI INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. Masters thesis, MEDICINE FACULTY.

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Master Program of Nursing Adult Nursing Concentration Department of Nursing Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro University July 2018 ABSTRACT Sri Indah Ekowati Family and Nurse Perspectives on Family Partnerships in Caring for Patients in Intensive Care Units (ICU) xvi +98 pages + 3 tables + 4 charts + 9 appendixes The care of Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients not only involves health workers, but also requires a family role. Families also experience stress and anxiety while waiting for patients in the ICU. Patient-Family Centered Care (PFCC) is a new paradigm in health services that place patients and families as the focus of providing nursing care. Family partnership plays a role in treating patients in the ICU. Dessign of the study was a qualitative study using intepretative phenomenology. Informants were 10 ICU nurses and 10 families of patients who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria taken by purposive sampling technique. The study was at General Hospital in Semarang from April to May 2018. Data were analyzed with analytical phenomenology interpretation technique (IPA). The results showed that 4 main themes, meaning of family partnership, form of family partnership, the effect of family partnership, and challenges of family partnership implementation in ICU. Partnerships with caregivers and families of ICU patients consist of 5 main categories. Family partnership between nurse and family is defined as nurses as a source of information about the patient's condition, nurses provide support and respect for the family, collaboration between patient and nurse, family participation in providing support for the patient, the family can express their feelings to the nurse. Family partnerships improve patient comfort, but affect the nursing care and increase the workload of nurses. A family perspective and nurse preparedness poses challenges to family practice in the ICU. The conclusion of this study is that families and nurses understand the meaning and influence of partnerships in caring for patients in the ICU, but there are still challenges and obstacles in their application. Keywords: Intensive Care Unit, Nurse, Family, Partnership References: 63 (2017-2002)

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:R Medicine > RT Nursing
R Medicine > RZ Other systems of medicine
ID Code:64816
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