Record number :
678588
Title of article :
The View of Nurses toward Prioritizing the Caring Behaviors in Cancer
Author/Authors :
وليزاده، ليلا نويسنده دانشگاه علوم پزشكي تبريز,ايران , , زمان زاده ، وحيد نويسنده Zamanzadeh, V , عظيم زاده، رقيه نويسنده دانشكده پرستاري و مامايي ,دانشگاه علوم پزشكي اروميه,ايران Azimzadeh , R , رحماني، آزاد نويسنده دانشكده پرستاري و مامايي,گروه داخلي جراحي,دانشگاه علوم پزشكي تبريز، تبريز، ايران,تبريز,ايران Rahmani, A
Issue Information :
فصلنامه با شماره پیاپی 0 سال 2012
Pages :
6
From page :
11
To page :
16
Abstract :
Introduction: There are many opportunities for nurses to assist improving patient’s ex-perience of cancer. In fact, in every stage of cancer process, nurses can provide the re-quired and necessary cares and supports by representing substantial caring behaviors. Thus, by identifying and understanding the importance of caring behaviors which led to nurse-patient effective interactions, nurses would be able to care better for patients and so to enhance patients’ satisfaction toward nursing services. However, a few studies have ever been done about perception of oncology nurses about prioritization of caring behaviors. Methods: This was a descriptive study done among all the nurses of oncology wards (n = 40) in Shahid-Ghazi-Tabatabaei Hospital of Tabriz in 2009. Data collection performed using Larson’s CARE-Q tool that assessed the importance of caring behaviors in six subscales as the following: “Monitors and follows through”, “Explains and facilitates”, “Physical and emotional comforts”, “Trusting relationship”, “Anticipates” and “Being accessible”. Results: In this study, the importance of caring behaviors was evaluated in moderate to high level and the priorities of care dimensions were determined. “Monitors and follows through” and “Being accessible” received a high priority and “Anticipates”, “Explains and facilitates”, “Physical and emotional comforts” and “Trusting relationship” were given the low priority by nurses. Conclusion: The difference of caring prioritization by the nurses of this study compared to other studies can be attributed to the influence of cultural background on caring. Considering the high prioritizing of “Monitors and follows through” and “Being accessible”, nursing service officials and planners are recommended to attempt providing prerequisites of these two caring aspects.
Journal title :
Journal of Caring Sciences (JCS)
Journal title :
Journal of Caring Sciences (JCS)
Serial Year :
2012
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