4 edition of Attitudes of family-planning nurses towards aspects of their work found in the catalog.
Attitudes of family-planning nurses towards aspects of their work
Bibliography: p. 51-52.
|Statement||Monica Ferreira, W.P. Mostert.|
|Series||Report ;, S-112, Report (Institute for Sociological and Demographic Research (Human Sciences Research Council)) ;, S-112.|
|Contributions||Mostert, Willem Petrus.|
|LC Classifications||RT14.A352 S684 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||85148967|
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Get this from a library. Attitudes of family-planning nurses towards aspects of their work: an exploratory study. [Monica Ferreira; Willem Petrus Mostert]. As initial contact in the family planning clinic the nurse can encourage a positive attitude toward family planning, evaluate the patient's knowledge, lead group discussions facilitate communication and answer questions, prepare the client for examination, and clarify and instructions for the new patient.
Oakley et al.: Public Health Nurses and Family Planning TABLE ptive Information About Scales IndividuaVAggregate Number of Items Possible Range Response Type Individual Clinical knowledge Attitude toward client care Attitude toward PHN role in family planning No.
of family planning or abortion services: direct No. of family planning or abortion services provided. “Nurses’ Attitudes About the Importance of Families in Nursing Care: Instrument Dev elopment” in J ournal of F amily Nursing (, with P. Johansson, K. Franzén, A. Berg, & B Given that emerging adults currently in college will soon enter the workforce, it is important to understand their attitudes toward future work and family roles.
We found a positive relationship between emerging adults' work–family balance self-efficacy and their attitudes toward planning for future work Cited by: residence levels have positive attitudes toward family planning, and contraceptive use is associated with communication about family planning between husbands and wives.
Among men who say they have had such discussions, percent re- port that their wives use a method, com. the needs for family planning choice as related to their holy book; community leaders should discourage the habit of not having family planning choice in their cultural norms.
The topic “attitude of African women towards family planning” is as exciting as they are controversial and dust raising all over the world. It has for long remained a. Level of awareness of family planning was high (96%) An overwhelming majority of respondents stated that they would recommend family planning to other women (96%) More than half of the women in this study have never used a family planning method (n=13, 52%) Only 2 out of 5 women educated at the tertiary level has usedFile Size: KB.
ATTITUDES OF MARRIED MEN TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING JOHN T. AROKIASAMY SUMMARY This is a study of married men as to their attitudes to family planning.
Most of the respondents approved offamily planning. There is a reluctance to plan families before the first child. more among the Malays than among the Indians.
Majority ofthe respondents. Title: A quantitative study of the attitude, knowledge and provides guidance on the different aspects of care required, including comfort Nurse felt their own education was adequate, but doctors and nurses both felt that education in this field was lacking for doctors.
As in the previous study Walker & Read concluded that there wasFile Size: KB. In addition, professional values form the basis for acceptable behavior and attitude in the nursing profession. The development of these values is critical for every nurse in making important decisions in healthcare.
Nursing practitioners must also exhibit certain attitudes and behaviors in their profession to carry out their major role of caring. The characteristics of nurses in relation to their attitudes about career planning and development activities.
A thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Analysing nurses’ attitudes towards career progression and.
Professional Values, Attitudes and Behaviors Associated with the Nursing Profession. This paper focuses on Madeleine Leininger’s theory of trans-cultural nursing and Hildegard Peplau’s interpersonal theory of nursing.
According to Leininger, the aim of the nursing profession is to offer care while appreciating the differences in the society. Attitudes are of crucial importance in nursing.
Attitudes help us to understand how people perceive Attitudes of family-planning nurses towards aspects of their work book and processes in care and determine what they deem important, Attitudes of family-planning nurses towards aspects of their work book, relevant and appropriate.
We should understand attitudes if we are to provide collaborative, patient-centred care; however, they are poorly understood. The presence of families in the health care environment is a necessary stimulus to triggers nurses’ attitude towards them, and their attitudes are based on feelings and emotions (affective component), thoughts and beliefs (cognitive component), and reaction tendencies (behavioral component).
Work attitudes are the feelings we have toward different aspects of the work environment. Job satisfaction and organizational commitment are two key attitudes that are the most relevant to important outcomes.
Studies addressing the attitudes of nurses toward families () provide evidence that, despite the fact that nurses' own narratives express the importance of care being centered on the family, their practices are not congruent with their representations.
Nurses consider families to be a resource in the care process based on collaborative. Because nurses spend a lot of time with patients , they affect patient experiences of care . Research has shown that the nursing work environment is a determining factor. It seems that when patients have positive experiences of nursing care, nurses also experience a good and healthy work environment [18–20].Cited by: Besides, changes taking place in the nursing services provided, including the ability to instruct like a teacher, the ability to work at managerial positions, a willingness to improve one's self-confidence, job satisfaction and trying to improve care-taking quality have influenced nurses and the people’s attitudes towards nursing as a profession.
7,20Cited by: 1. that the attitude of nurses toward IVFs was signi cantly a ected by age (p), with older nurses attaining higher mean attitudinal scores.
e reasons for this peculiar nding could be the status. Therefore, making sense of how people behave depends on understanding their work attitudes. An attitude Our opinions, beliefs, and feelings about aspects of our environment.
refers to our opinions, beliefs, and feelings about aspects of our environment. We have attitudes toward the food we eat, people we meet, courses we take, and things we do. Offers concrete practical ideas and examples for effective clinical family interviewing. Includes genograms (family diagrams) for blended families with multiple parents and siblings.
Provides detailed clinical guidelines for preparing, conducting, documenting family interview. Explores diversity issues such as ethnicity, race, culture, sexual orientation, gender, and/5(24). Make a list of political obstacles to family planning, and a list of attitudes and beliefs that can positively or negatively influence women’s access to family planning.
Choose 3 to 5 obstacles from these lists to use in the role play. Ask 3 to 5 people to play the roles of people who have specific points of view for or against family planning.
Family planning should be a political priority, and strong local leadership can effectively promote small family size and family planning as acceptable. Offering girls more opportunities in school is crucial to changing societal attitudes and enabling girls and women to.
Welsh universities have announced their intentions to measure and monitor nursing students on their ability to show compassion to their patients (Santry, ). Interest in this aspect of nursing practice is influenced by government agendas aimed at improving the image of the NHS.
Patient participation is an important basis for nursing care and medical treatment and is a legal right in many Western countries. Studies have established that patients consider participation to be both obvious and important, but there are also findings showing the opposite and patients often prefer a passive recipient role.
Knowledge of what may influence patients' participation is thus of Cited by: Deniz () found that there is a positive relationship between students’ attitudes towards modern learning technologies and their academic achievement.
Academic achievement increases with the use of modern technologies positively. There is a strong association between individuals’ attitudes towards education and their. subscale score range of ). Results revealed that the total scores indicated that nurses have more positive attitudes toward nurse- physician collaboration than physicians.
[Karima A. EL Sayed and Wafaa F. Sleem. Nurse – physician collaboration: A comparative study of the attitudes of nurses and physicians at Mansoura University Hospital. participants had good attitude towards PC.
There was a significant difference between Nurses' qualification, experience, and training of palliative care towards Knowledge of PC. Conclusion: The nurses had poor knowledge, but their attitude towards PC was moderate.
Recommendations are that due attention should be given. Promotion of family planning has been shown to reduce poverty, hunger, maternal and infant mortality, and contribute to women’s empowerment.
But many resource-limited countries still have very low rates of contraceptive use. The present study aimed to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning among women living in a resource-poor rural setting. Nursing: Essential Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Introduction Nursing is not just a collection of tasks.
To provide safe and effective care to the clients, nurses must integrate knowledge, skills and attitudes to make sound judgement and decisions. This essay describes some of the essential knowledge, skills and attitudes of nursing and. The four basic types of attitudes and behaviours that are positive, negative and neutral.
Positive Attitude: This is one type of attitude in organizational behaviour. One needs to understand how much a positive attitude it takes to keep the work moving and progressing. It means that keeping a positive mindset and thinking about the greater.
According to Rich (), “In order to practice nursing ethically requires that nurses first recognize ethical problems and probable conflicts and then display a moral sensitivity in all nurse-patient communications and interventions in their day-to-day work”(p.
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