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Comparison of viewpoint of nurses and women with cancer undergoing chemotherapy about preview of counsulting role playing obstacles of nurses practitioner in chemotherapy units
Fatemeh Samiei Siboni Mrs, Monireh Anoosheh Dr *
tarbiat modarres , anoosheh@modares.ac.ir
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Introduction: The low level of life quality in the patients is related to low educational levels of the patient and her family and As the nurses are in contact with the women with cancer and their families more than in the clinics and hospitals, they could have effective role in developing patient and family situation and increasing their knowledge and information to partnership in treatment decision and control their health in which field one of the most suitable nursing interference to increase women acknowledgment and their support is consulting. In spite of this, most nurses have not necessary alertness to do the role. So the goal of the study preview of consulting role playing obstacles of nurses in related to women with cancer undergoing chemotherapy. Methods: The study is Analytical-Descriptive-Cross sectional study that has done in four education hospitals related to Iran Medical University. The study samples have chosen from 42 nurses and 50 women with cancer underling chemotherapy. The data are collected from questionnaires completion related to demographic data and questionnaires completion related to nurses and women visions. After collecting information, data was analyzed using SPSS version 15. In related to data demographic analyze, mean and deviation and for other questionnaire data, answers frequency to each question was analyzed. Results: The findings show the nurses have recognized that non-having enough time to consult, non-sufficient reach to up-date scientific resources about cancer and chemotherapy, high job stress to consult with patients are as the main obstacles in individual-nurse, environment, management, individual-patient respectively and the patients announced that non-having enough time of nurses for consulting, non-east reach to hospital, unsuitable care persistent in home, non-recognition from consulting role of nurses, respectively are the main reasons. Conclusion: The study showed that there are unanimous votes and differences among nurses and patients views from point of priority. So, the managers of treatment section shall concentrate their essays to omit or adjust the announced factors from two groups and specially common cases.
Keywords: Obstacles, counsulting role of nurses, women with cancer, chemotherapy
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Type of Study: Maternity Nursing | Subject: nursing
Received: 2012/01/14 | Published: 2012/01/15
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Samiei Siboni F, anoosheh M. Comparison of viewpoint of nurses and women with cancer undergoing chemotherapy about preview of counsulting role playing obstacles of nurses practitioner in chemotherapy units. IJNR. 2012; 6 (23) :15-23
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