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Sygeplejerskers møde med patienter af anden etnisk baggrund end skandinavisk på akutmodtagelsen

Norstrand Bang, Anne Kathrine LU and Sørensen, Mie Greve LU (2017) In Et kvalitativt studie AKTM20 20162
Department of Health Sciences
Abstract
Due to increased immigration over the past decade, Denmark has become more of a multicultural society. This require nurses to have intercultural competencies to provide care to the patient and relatives. It is the responsibility of the emergency nurses to provide a person-centred care whilst ensuring the safety of all patients, no matter their cultural background, and still maintain the integrity and dignity of the patient. The purpose of this study is to further illuminate the meeting between nurses and patients with ethnic backgrounds other than Scandinavian at the emergency department. An interview-based study with 13 nurses working at emergency departments in Copenhagen was concluded. The data collection was analyzed using qualitative... (More)
Due to increased immigration over the past decade, Denmark has become more of a multicultural society. This require nurses to have intercultural competencies to provide care to the patient and relatives. It is the responsibility of the emergency nurses to provide a person-centred care whilst ensuring the safety of all patients, no matter their cultural background, and still maintain the integrity and dignity of the patient. The purpose of this study is to further illuminate the meeting between nurses and patients with ethnic backgrounds other than Scandinavian at the emergency department. An interview-based study with 13 nurses working at emergency departments in Copenhagen was concluded. The data collection was analyzed using qualitative content analysis. The results show that nurses experience language barriers as an obstacle to the patient-nurse relation. The meeting was characterized by the differing perspectives of the nurses vs. the patients in relation to perception and expectations of illness, treatment and the health care system. (Less)
Popular Abstract (Danish)
Grundet en øget immigration i de sidste årtier, er Danmark blevet et mere multikulturelt samfund. Dette stiller øget krav til sygeplejersken om interkulturel kompetence for at imødekomme patienten og pårørende. Det er specialistsygeplejerskens ansvar at yde personcentreret pleje og patientsikkerhed, til alle patienter uanset kulturel baggrund og samtidig bevare integritet og værdighed. Formålet med dette studie er at belyse sygeplejerskers erfaringer i mødet med patienter af anden etnisk baggrund end skandinavisk på akutmodtagelsen. Dette undersøges gennem interviewstudie af tretten sygeplejersker som arbejder på akutmodtagelser i Region Hovedstaden. Datamaterialet analyseres gennem kvalitativ indholdsanalyse. Resultatet viser, at... (More)
Grundet en øget immigration i de sidste årtier, er Danmark blevet et mere multikulturelt samfund. Dette stiller øget krav til sygeplejersken om interkulturel kompetence for at imødekomme patienten og pårørende. Det er specialistsygeplejerskens ansvar at yde personcentreret pleje og patientsikkerhed, til alle patienter uanset kulturel baggrund og samtidig bevare integritet og værdighed. Formålet med dette studie er at belyse sygeplejerskers erfaringer i mødet med patienter af anden etnisk baggrund end skandinavisk på akutmodtagelsen. Dette undersøges gennem interviewstudie af tretten sygeplejersker som arbejder på akutmodtagelser i Region Hovedstaden. Datamaterialet analyseres gennem kvalitativ indholdsanalyse. Resultatet viser, at sygeplejersker oplever sprogbarrierer som en forhindring i at opbygge en relation og yde optimal sygepleje på akutmodtagelsen. Mødet karakteriseres af sygeplejersken og patientens forskellige opfattelser og forventninger til henholdsvis sygdom og sundhedssystemet. (Less)
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author
Norstrand Bang, Anne Kathrine LU and Sørensen, Mie Greve LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Nurses meeting patients with other ethnic background than scandinavian at the emergency department
course
AKTM20 20162
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Kulturel kompetence, Kommunikation, Patientsikkerhed, Personcentreret pleje, Akutmodtagelse
publication/series
Et kvalitativt studie
language
Danish
id
8897101
date added to LUP
2017-05-31 09:14:18
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2017-05-31 09:14:18
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  abstract     = {Due to increased immigration over the past decade, Denmark has become more of a multicultural society. This require nurses to have intercultural competencies to provide care to the patient and relatives. It is the responsibility of the emergency nurses to provide a person-centred care whilst ensuring the safety of all patients, no matter their cultural background, and still maintain the integrity and dignity of the patient. The purpose of this study is to further illuminate the meeting between nurses and patients with ethnic backgrounds other than Scandinavian at the emergency department. An interview-based study with 13 nurses working at emergency departments in Copenhagen was concluded. The data collection was analyzed using qualitative content analysis. The results show that nurses experience language barriers as an obstacle to the patient-nurse relation. The meeting was characterized by the differing perspectives of the nurses vs. the patients in relation to perception and expectations of illness, treatment and the health care system.},
  author       = {Norstrand Bang, Anne Kathrine and Sørensen, Mie Greve},
  keyword      = {Kulturel kompetence,Kommunikation,Patientsikkerhed,Personcentreret pleje,Akutmodtagelse},
  language     = {dan},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {Et kvalitativt studie},
  title        = {Sygeplejerskers møde med patienter af anden etnisk baggrund end skandinavisk på akutmodtagelsen},
  year         = {2017},
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