2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472013000100005
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Abstract: This study aimed to identify the way nurses communicate with children and to analyze how this communication takes place during nursing care. It is a descriptive study that uses concepts associated with social representations. The authors interviewed 49 nurses who care for children in the hospital setting. Data collection occurred through semi-structured interviews. After thematic analysis, results emphasized the importance of spoken language, behavioral language and professional attitude. As evidenced, communi… Show more

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“…A comunicação é considerada elemento integrante da qualidade de prestação da assistência de enfermagem. Para que seja efetiva, é importante a utilização de estratégias capazes de facilitar a percepção da criança sobre a realidade do tratamento e sua finalidade, de acordo com o nível de entendimento e especificidades de cada paciente (2) . Torna-se ainda mais desafiadora, quando se trata de crianças com atraso no desenvolvimento em geral e/ou da linguagem, como nos casos dos Transtornos do Espectro do Autismo (TEA).…”
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“…A comunicação é considerada elemento integrante da qualidade de prestação da assistência de enfermagem. Para que seja efetiva, é importante a utilização de estratégias capazes de facilitar a percepção da criança sobre a realidade do tratamento e sua finalidade, de acordo com o nível de entendimento e especificidades de cada paciente (2) . Torna-se ainda mais desafiadora, quando se trata de crianças com atraso no desenvolvimento em geral e/ou da linguagem, como nos casos dos Transtornos do Espectro do Autismo (TEA).…”
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“…Thus, it is the professionals' duty to aim to understand the particular experience of each subject and his/her family. Interaction and communication are a way of reaching this goal (8) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An integral part of the interactional process, communication is a means of sharing and understanding the messages sent and received between the professionals and the family, in a way that maintains the relationship and contributes to mutual enrichment (8) . In spite of its importance, however, obstacles in this area are emphasized in the experience of the families that live with the child's chronic illness (9)(10)(11) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is facilitated, through the use of the conversation as a playful strategy, highlighted by some professionals, in fact, communication with the child, valuing their state of health, because the dialogue promotes respect and safety during hospitalization. 27 It is understood that using the dialogue to humanize the care and conquer the child makes it safer, facilitating the moment of hospitalization. 9 It is pointed out that, in relation to the use of colored clothes and costumes, another study indicates that the use of colored coats helps to alleviate the fear that the children have of the professionals that assist them; in this way, Nursing professionals help the child to feel good, 9 which is beneficial for the hospitalization process, as it is present in the testimonies of some participants.…”
Section: Here We Have a Space [Toy Library] Which I Particularly Almentioning
confidence: 99%