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Article Published In Vol.3 (March-April-2015)

Knowledge Production About Nursing Process: Analysis of the Difficulties During the Period From 2003 to 2013

Pages : 231-236

Author : Laurindo Pereira de Souza, Camila Maria Corona Capeline, Andre Luiz Postigo, Cidia Vasconcellos and Andrelisa Vendrami Parra

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The research objective was to review existing literature about the nurse’s difficulties concerning the nursing process during the period from 2003 to 2013. This is a quantitative, qualitative and descriptive study conducted through literature review. It has been analyzed in this study a total of 23 scientific articles and other bibliographies. The study found that from 2005 to 2013 there were 21 publications concerning the NP. The most frequent difficulties revealed were work overload, involvement with bureaucratic activities, and lack of theoretical knowledge. It is concluded that the difficulties do not change over the years and that there is a significant increase of the difficulties reported by nurses, interfering and paralyzing the systematization of care. It is understood that it is of vital importance to give opportunities to nurses of all institutions skills test about its importance and implementation. It is suggested that nurses receive opportunities to be motivated, both nursing professionals, and researchers to awaken greater interest concerning this subject, in view of research shortage concerning the NP in the Amazonia.

Keywords: Nursing process, Nursing care, Nursing. Diagnoses Nursing, Systematization of nursing care.




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