2015
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-73312015000200009
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Abstract: <p>En este artículo, de revisión bibliográfica y carácter téorico-conceptual, se analiza la relación existente entre las representaciones y las prácticas del profesional de enfermería en torno a la atención de pacientes en proceso de muerte. Desde un punto de vista sociológico y antropológico y de los resultados de investigaciones publicadas en el campo de la salud colectiva y de las ciencias sociales, se subraya la relación entre las prácticas del profesional de enfermería y las representaciones que de … Show more

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“…With respect to the more physical and/or social characteristics such as "gastrointestinal disorders" (0.6598), "fatigue" (0.7809), "feeling of dullness" (0.6148) and/or "behavioural disorders" (0.6402), it should be noted that experiencing death is a complex process that involves biopsychosocial aspects that act in synergy, enhancing and altering the quality of life and well-being of an individual [44,55], and that is why these DC have been considered representative by the experts. Even in other research [56,57], emphasis was placed on nurses' strategies of coping with the event of death that may be religious, cultural or personal.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…With respect to the more physical and/or social characteristics such as "gastrointestinal disorders" (0.6598), "fatigue" (0.7809), "feeling of dullness" (0.6148) and/or "behavioural disorders" (0.6402), it should be noted that experiencing death is a complex process that involves biopsychosocial aspects that act in synergy, enhancing and altering the quality of life and well-being of an individual [44,55], and that is why these DC have been considered representative by the experts. Even in other research [56,57], emphasis was placed on nurses' strategies of coping with the event of death that may be religious, cultural or personal.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Es conocido que los profesionales de enfermería que laboran en áreas críticas están expuestos a presenciar la muerte de pacientes de manera continua, lo que debería traducirse a una educación continua que permita brindar cuidados de manera profesional y empática, además de permitir el desarrollo de habilidades para afrontarla de manera adecuada, pues enfrentar la muerte es un proceso difícil y cuidar de los seres humanos es un trabajo complejo si se recuerdan las esferas de atención que un profesional de enfermería debe atender (bio-psico-sociales, espiritual), por lo que estos temas deben ser atendidos desde la formación profesional 1,10,13 .…”
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“…This demonstrates the need of support in the first professional experiences of death, so that, through this support, nurses are able to organize feelings and build a professional work, without feeling lost with respect to the sensations (13) . The face of death is a difficult process and the attention given by humans to this theme is complex and interwoven by biopsychosocial connotations that should be taken into account both in the training of nursing students and in the organization of care practices, as it is often relegated up to a secondary plan, becoming therefore a social act instead of a technical act (14) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%