Being Mortal Atul Gawande. The general legal and ethical principles apply that a patient who is unable to consent should be given care that is in his or her”best interests”. Description This bestselling book is a step-by-step guide to doing a literature review in health and social care. Nursing care of a patient who cannot consent. Nurses will go to great lengths to achieve patients” agreement to the procedure, but the extent to which the agreement remains voluntary cannot be ascertained by the data collected in this study.
How do l develop a research question? This book should be on every university’s recommended reading list. Using everyday language, this book provides a step by step guide to what we mean by evidence based practice and how to apply it. It is unclear yet how patients and staff react to such messages in clinical practice. In addition, participants were often uncertain how to proceed with care when the patient was unable to consent. An exploratory study, incorporating use of focus groups and critical incident technique to examine the way in which nurses obtain consent prior to nursing care procedures. The Quality Cure David Cutler.
A systematic review with an interpretative approach was conducted. Conference presentations Aveyard, H. The identification of core topics for interprofessional education’ Journal of Interprofessional Care 19 1 pp. In view of this, an inter-professional approach to health care ethics teaching to a group, members of which do not encounter shared clinical ethical problems may be inappropriate. This is the book for anyone who has ever wondered what evidence based practice is or how to relate it to practice.
Aveyard H Project title: It is important that nurses understand the legal and ethical rationale behind the principles of informed consent so that the principles are applied appropriately to the particular context of nursing care.
Chapters in books Aveyard, H. Informed consent prior to nursing care.
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Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care: A Practical Guide
A practical guide 2nd ed. With this book as your guide, developing a literature review need not be a daunting or overwhelming task. Prior to this she held a research scholarship in Health Care Ethics at King’s College University of London where she undertook a doctoral study examining the ways in which informed consent is addressed by nurses prior to nursing care procedures.
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Journal of advanced nursing39 2. Currently involved in a project exploring the role of the Assistant Practitioner in community and acute settings. Summery sections at the end of each chapter allow Purposive sample of qualified nurses. The Wisdom of Menopause Christiane Northrup. Eight articles were critically appraised and thematically analysed. Many nurses administer care without seeking verbal or written consent, but claim that the patient’s consent is implied.
Nurses have some understanding of the principles of informed consent but do not apply them to everyday clinical nursing practice. Data were collected through focus group discussion and by using a critical incident technique in order to explore the way in which nurses approach consent prior to nursing care procedures.
Nurses who assume that they have the patient’s implied consent, when in reality only have compliance, risk carrying out care procedures without the patient’s consent.
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Effective management of the problem raises various issues: An analysis of the data provides evidence that consent was often not obtained by those who participated in the study and that refusals of care were often ignored. Student nurses understand the need to learn about sexual health but report a variety of learning needs and experience challenges acquiring skills to deliver such care in part due to varied clinical experience. Very few student nurses report delivering sexual health care.
Secondary Navigation In this section: Journal of advanced nursing32 2. Given the potential for nursing care procedures to infringe patient autonomy, consent is clearly a relevant concept in nursing.