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Relationsinriktad omvårdnad vid postpartumdepression. En litteraturstudie.

Rausér Porsback, Cajsa LU and Ring, Katrin LU (2016) SJSK20 20161
Department of Health Sciences
Abstract
Background: Postpartum depression (PPD) affects around 20% of all mothers worldwide, and 8-15% of Swedish parents. PPD can harm the parent-infant attachment, which in turn can delay the child’s early development.
Aim: To study nursing strategies to promote the family relations and bonding between child and parents when one of them suffers from PPD.
Method: A literature review with an integrated analysis of ten articles.
Result: Three main themes emerged; Supportive relations, Skin contact between the mother and the child and The nurse’s professional competence.
Discussion and conclusion: PPD is a significant health issue. It is vital to increase nurses’ knowledge about interventions for strengthening family relations in all parts... (More)
Background: Postpartum depression (PPD) affects around 20% of all mothers worldwide, and 8-15% of Swedish parents. PPD can harm the parent-infant attachment, which in turn can delay the child’s early development.
Aim: To study nursing strategies to promote the family relations and bonding between child and parents when one of them suffers from PPD.
Method: A literature review with an integrated analysis of ten articles.
Result: Three main themes emerged; Supportive relations, Skin contact between the mother and the child and The nurse’s professional competence.
Discussion and conclusion: PPD is a significant health issue. It is vital to increase nurses’ knowledge about interventions for strengthening family relations in all parts of the health care-system, as treatment of PPD alone is insufficient in improving the parent-infant attachment. In this study only articles describing interventions directed towards mothers and babies were found. There is a lack of studies concerning the needs of the entire family. (Less)
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author
Rausér Porsback, Cajsa LU and Ring, Katrin LU
supervisor
organization
course
SJSK20 20161
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Postpartumdepression, Familjefokuserad omvårdnad, Anknytning, Relationer, Spädbarn, Föräldrar, Sjuksköterska
language
Swedish
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8881046
date added to LUP
2016-07-01 15:57:50
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2016-07-01 15:57:50
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  abstract     = {Background: Postpartum depression (PPD) affects around 20% of all mothers worldwide, and 8-15% of Swedish parents. PPD can harm the parent-infant attachment, which in turn can delay the child’s early development. 
Aim: To study nursing strategies to promote the family relations and bonding between child and parents when one of them suffers from PPD. 
Method: A literature review with an integrated analysis of ten articles. 
Result: Three main themes emerged; Supportive relations, Skin contact between the mother and the child and The nurse’s professional competence. 
Discussion and conclusion: PPD is a significant health issue. It is vital to increase nurses’ knowledge about interventions for strengthening family relations in all parts of the health care-system, as treatment of PPD alone is insufficient in improving the parent-infant attachment. In this study only articles describing interventions directed towards mothers and babies were found. There is a lack of studies concerning the needs of the entire family.},
  author       = {Rausér Porsback, Cajsa and Ring, Katrin},
  keyword      = {Postpartumdepression,Familjefokuserad omvårdnad,Anknytning,Relationer,Spädbarn,Föräldrar,Sjuksköterska},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Relationsinriktad omvårdnad vid postpartumdepression. En litteraturstudie.},
  year         = {2016},
}