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Open Access August 27, 2021 Endnote/Zotero/Mendeley (RIS) BibTeX

Nurses’ Recognition for Care for Patients in Psychiatric Wards

Abstract Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has spread rapidly worldwide and it has been a widespread concern. Japan had some problems in psychiatric wards such as long hospital stay. The purpose of this study investigated recognition of nurses in psychiatric wards for future care. We conducted questionnaire research for psychiatric nurses and they described recognition of nursing in free description. [...] Read more.
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has spread rapidly worldwide and it has been a widespread concern. Japan had some problems in psychiatric wards such as long hospital stay. The purpose of this study investigated recognition of nurses in psychiatric wards for future care. We conducted questionnaire research for psychiatric nurses and they described recognition of nursing in free description. Qualitative analysis was performed on description. Results showed that six categories were chosen like “Increase of stress and fatigue caused of infection control,” “Negative effects to body and mind of patients,” “Effects to nursing care in psychiatric nursing,” “Differences of attitude toward infection control in the hospital,” “Cognition for social movement related to Coronavirus,” and “New awareness by Coronavirus infection and future. These results suggest the following, 1) some kind of supports will be needed for nurses’ stress for infection control, 2) supports or interventions for palliate of patients stress like limitation of prolonged quarantine, limit of visiting or home stay overnight, 3) integrated leaderships to cognition and behavior for infection control in a hospital.
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Keyword:   Haruka Kurihara

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