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Death and dying process: feelings and perceptions of nursing technicals

Processo de morte e morrer: sentimentos e percepções de técnicos em enfermagem
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Jaskowiak, Caroline Raquele; Zamberlan, Pamalomide; Fontana, Rosane Teresinha

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Abstract Objective: To investigate generating feelings of psychological distress in nursing technicians before the process of suffering and death of the patient in a clinical unit, which is justified by the unexpected experiences and constant of daily stress faced by the nursing staff. Method: It is a qualitative and descriptive study. Data were collected through interviews with technical from clinical unit and analyzed by analysis of speech in thematic modality. Results: Feelings of frustration and powerlessness were seen by the subjects, resulting in pain, relieved by the use of some mechanisms such as religion. Conclusion: It is believed that foster opportunities for discussion about the process of death and dying, in its many cultural and scientific views can minimize suffering.
Keywords nursing; death; dying; psychological stress; stress; nursing staff; work satisfaction; emotionality
Classification Applied Psychology
Document language Portugese
Publication Year 2013
Page/Pages p. 3515-3522
Journal Revista de Pesquisa: Cuidado é Fundamental Online, 5 (2013) 1
ISSN 2175-5361
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Free Digital Peer Publishing Licence