2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472011000100017
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Abstract: This study aims to know the reactions and feelings of nursing professionals facing their patients' death. This qualitative research was developed at the Medical Clinic Unit of a university hospital in Southern Brazil. The population of the study was composed of four nurses and five nursing technicians that work at this unit. Data were collected in the second semester of 2006 through semi-structured interviews and analyzed with the use of thematic analysis. The analysisproduced three categories reactions of nur… Show more

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“…Death is a reality in daily nursing care, but the suffering is associated with what it brings, something difficult to be encompassed in the professional routine. In their speeches, the participants stated that, even suffering, the practice of nursing requires that we continue to care for others who also suffer (5) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Death is a reality in daily nursing care, but the suffering is associated with what it brings, something difficult to be encompassed in the professional routine. In their speeches, the participants stated that, even suffering, the practice of nursing requires that we continue to care for others who also suffer (5) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…By taking care of cancer patients, nurse practitioners experience situations of suffering, anguish, fear, pain and angst lived by patients and their families and as human beings with emotions and feelings, at times manifest the same reactions (5) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Desta forma, com constantes aproximações, os profissionais buscam a neutralização como estratégia de minimizar o seu próprio sofrimento, elaborando aos poucos os seus sentimentos (1) .…”
Section: Categoria 2: Sentimentos Dos Enfermeiros Diante Do óBito De unclassified
“…Palavras-chaves: Enfermagem em emergência; Morte; Atitude frente a morte; Serviço hospitalar de emergência Os rituais relacionados à morte podem ser observados desde as sociedades mais primitivas, denotando uma atitude solene diante de tal acontecimento. Entretanto, nem sempre os profissionais de enfermagem são devidamente preparados para esta vivência tão comum em seu cotidiano de trabalho (1) .…”
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“…Em consequência, fomentar o ensino-aprendizagem a cerca de um tema tão pertinente quanto o processo de morrer e morte revela-se um trabalho desafiador, tanto aos docentes enfermeiros, que percebem seu despreparo para discutir esse assunto, quanto aos discentes que associam a finitude do paciente como um fracasso de seu cuidado (2) . Todavia, compete ao educador encaminhar o educando para a descoberta e a prática dos valores morais, éticos e bioéticos, por intermédio dos quais a educação ganha sentido e o próprio educando se emancipa, enquanto sujeito de suas próprias ações.…”
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