2006
DOI: 10.1590/s0034-71672006000100009
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Abstract: This psychometric study used the Seaman Mannello's scale of "nurse's attitudes toward alcohol and alcoholism". Authors applied an instrument to a population of 196 nurses from a general hospital with the aim to measure nurses'attitudes toward alcohol and drinking. Data showed that nurses consider alcoholic drinks clearly prejudicial (54.4%), that moderately drinking is not innofensive (57.1%) and drinking is wrong (47.4%), demonstrating that it is difficult to accept drinking as a person right. 29.8% of the sa… Show more

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“…The others (6)(7) aimed to evaluate the attitudes of these professionals towards alcohol and the alcoholics.…”
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“…The others (6)(7) aimed to evaluate the attitudes of these professionals towards alcohol and the alcoholics.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A brief analysis of the results obtained with the application of Seaman Mannello in the Brazilian studies (6)(7) revealed, among other aspects, that nurses conceived alcoholism as a disease, and that alcoholics were ill people, revealing positive attitudes. However, negative attitudes were predominant in nurses regarding working with this clientele (6)(7)9) .…”
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