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Level of involvement of clinical nurses in the evaluation of competence of nursing students
Artículo
01/07/14 Castellón
Área:
Práctica clínica basada en la evidencia
Ámbito:
Universidad
Metodología:
Estudio descriptivo
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Maciá-Soler ML, González VM, Salas P, Mena D, Cervera A, Orts MI
Ref. Bibliográfica:
- Maciá-Soler ML, González VM, Salas P, Mena D, Cervera A, Orts MI. Level of involvement of clinical nurses in the evaluation of competence of nursing students. Invest Educ Enferm. 2014; 32(3): 461-70

Content validity of the Spanish version of the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index.
Artículo
18/11/13
Área:
Gestión (de cuidados/del personal)
Ámbito:
Atención Hospitalaria
Metodología:
Validación de instrumentos
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Orts-Cortés MI,Moreno-Casbas T,Squires A,Fuentelsaz-Gallego C,Maciá-Soler L,González-María E,consorcio RN4CAST-España and RN4CAST Team

The objective of this study is to evaluate the content validity of the Iberian Spanish version of the questionnaire The Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index (PES-NWI) by using the Content Validity Indexing (CVI).
A descriptive cross-sectional observational study was conducted. The Spanish version of the questionnaire was translated from the American English instrument through forward and back translation processes. Experts evaluated the translated items through content validity indexing. Once the assessments were completed, CVI indicators were calculated: number of agreements, item Content Validity Index and overall content validity and modified kappa coefficient of the instrument.
The overall content validity of the instrument was 0.82. The average modified kappa coefficient of the items was 0.80, with a rating of 'excellent'. Only 4 of the items were rated as weak or poor.
The study demonstrates that the content validity of the Spanish version of the PES-NWI is acceptable. Some results indicate that some items have cross-cultural applicability challenges that need to be addressed in future research studies. Use of the instrument in other Spanish language speaking countries should be taken with caution since some words may not reflect the language of the healthcare systems there.

© 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

[Research competencies in nursing specialties].
Artículo
11/11/13
Área:
Gestión (de cuidados/del personal)
Ámbito:
Varios Ámbitos
Metodología:
Estudio descriptivo
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Oltra-Rodríguez E,Rich-Ruiz M,Orts-Cortés MI,Sánchez-López D,González-Carrión P

Since nursing became an university degree in 1977, there have been several regulations to develop specialties, all of them agreeing on the need to include skills in research. Indeed, the relevance of acquiring these skills in all current disciplines has led to Royal Decree 99/2011, which regulates the official PhD courses, and recognises specialist nurses as qualified to access PhD studies. Nowadays, students from six of the seven specialties included in the Royal Decree 450/2005 on nursing specialties, are performing their training. The acquisition of research skills is seen as an opportunity and a challenge. However, the organizational structure of training facilities (multiprofessional teaching units) and the incorporation of nurses as clinical tutors, who initiated this teaching activity, deserve special attention to ensure the correct acquisition of research skills in the training of specialist nurses.

Copyright © 2013 Elsevier España, S.L. All rights reserved.

[Work environment and patient safety: data comparison between Seneca and RN4CAST projects].
Artículo
24/06/13
Área:
Gestión (de cuidados/del personal)
Ámbito:
Atención Hospitalaria
Metodología:
Estudio descriptivo
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Escobar-Aguilar G,Gómez-García T,Ignacio-García E,Rodríguez-Escobar J,Moreno-Casbas T,Fuentelsaz-Gallego C,González-María E,Contreras-Moreira M,en nombre de los equipos de los estudios SENECA, RN4CAST-España

To analyze the relationship between the work environment and burnout of nurses and the quality of care for patient safety at the Spanish National Health System Hospitals included in SENECA and RN4CAST studies.
Descriptive study with a secondary analysis that compares data of 984 patient records, 1469 patient, and 1886 professional surveys from SENECA project, with 2139 nurses' surveys from RN4CAST study, in 24 hospitals. Adverse events data related to care, and patient's and professional's perception of safety were compared with work environment (measured by the Nursing Work Index) and burnout (measured by Maslach Burnout Inventory).
There was a statistically significant relation of pain with «Staffing and resource adequacy» (r=-0,435, p=0,03) and nosocomial infection with «Nursing foundations for quality of care» (r=-0,424; p=0,04) and «Nurse participation in hospital affairs» (r=-0,516, p=0,01) of the Nursing Work Index. The hospital classification obtained from the Nursing Work Index was associated with the patients' perception of safety (r=0,66, p<0,01). Professionals' perception of participation in patient safety issues was associated with the five factors of the Nursing Work Index (r ∈ [|0,41|-|0,78 |], p<0,046) and with Maslach emotional exhaustion (r=-0,518, p=0,01).
The organizations that foster a supportive work environment will have patients that perceive safer care. In addition, proper resource management could decrease the occurrence of adverse events such as pain.

Copyright © 2012 Elsevier España, S.L. All rights reserved.

Caring to achieve the maximum independence possible: a synthesis of qualitative evidence on older adults' adaptation to dependency.
Artículo
22/10/12 Murcia
Área:
Cuidadores / Dependencia
Ámbito:
Atención Sociosanitaria
Metodología:
Revisión sistemática
Población:
Mayores (Ancianos) > 65 años
Autores:
Abad-Corpa E,Gonzalez-Gil T,Martínez-Hernández A,Barderas-Manchado AM,De la Cuesta-Benjumea C,Monistrol-Ruano O,Mahtani-Chugani V,RETICEF-evidencia Group
Ref. Bibliográfica:
J Clin Nurs. 2012 Nov;21(21-22):3153-69. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04207.x.

To understand the process of adaptation to dependency in older adults and their families.
Dependency and family care giving are attracting the attention of policymakers, service providers and researchers.
An interpretative synthesis of qualitative studies has been conducted.
An extensive search without time and idiom limitations was conducted using the main databases (MEDLINE, CINAHL, EMBASE, PsycINFO, SSCI, LILACS, CUIDEN, Cochrane Library and JBI): personal communication from expert panel was used to detect filters strategies to find qualitative studies; these strategies were combined with search terms for dependence in older adults. The studies (2164 potentially relevant papers) were judged by two reviewers based on reading title, abstract, keywords and/or full text (English, Spanish, French and Portuguese) to determine their inclusion. After, 203 papers were critically appraised by two reviewers (disagreements were resolved by discussions). Finally, the synthesis of the 20 studies with best interpretative character was carried out based on the principles and procedures of Grounded Theory.
The findings were related to the process of adaptation to dependency, the factors and the strategies used, the emotions, perceptions and feelings of care givers and older adults. The central category that emerged was 'Caring to achieve the maximum independence possible', and this could be seen as a transition period in which older adults and their families progressed in a mutually determined adaptation process. This category is made up of several redefinitions of concepts, phases, adaptation strategies and final responses to the process.
The findings show the interconnected nature of physical, material, social and emotional aspects of care; and the profound social impact of providing and receiving care. Relevance to clinical practice.  The nurses can assist families and older adults to enhance adaptation to dependency, anticipating and helping to redefine the concepts of care.

© 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

[Randomised controlled clinical trial to determine the effects of the use of birth balls during labour].
Artículo
24/01/12
Área:
Cuidados materno-infantiles
Ámbito:
Atención Hospitalaria
Metodología:
Experimental
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Delgado-García BE,Orts-Cortés MI,Poveda-Bernabeu A,Caballero-Pérez P

To determine the effects of using birth balls (BB) during the first and second stage of labour, perineal integrity, perception of pain intensity, and safety.
Randomised controlled trial. Participants: 18 to 35 years, nulliparous, low-risk, at term. Intervention: Performing movements sitting on a BB during obstetric labour. Main Outcomes: Duration of first and second labour stages; perineal integrity; pain perception during the postpartum period and pre-post intervention, type of delivery, cause of dystocia, Apgar, neonatal ICU admission. Analysis: Comparison of groups: Student-t for continuous variables and chi-squared test for categorical ones. Significance if P ≤.05.
A total of 58 patients (34 experimental and 24 controls) were included. Times of first and second stage, and perineal integrity were similar between groups. At 4 cm. the experimental group referred less pain than the control group, 6.9 points vs 8.2 (P=.039). Difference in the perception of pain in the immediate postpartum period was 1.48 points higher in the control group (P=.003). The measurement of pain in the experimental group before the use of the BB was of 7.45 points, and after the intervention of 6.07 points (P<.001). In There were no differences between groups as regards safety-related variables.
The use of a Birth Ball decreases obstetric labour pain perception and is safe.

Copyright © 2011 Elsevier España, S.L. All rights reserved.

Validez de contenido del Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index (PES-NWI) en el ámbito europeo
Tesis
29/06/11 Alicante
Área:
Gestión (de cuidados/del personal)
Ámbito:
Varios Ámbitos
Metodología:
Validación de instrumentos
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Universidad:
ALICANTE
Año de lectura:
2011

Enmarcada en dos proyectos de investigación: el proyecto internacional, Nurse Forecasting: Human Resources Planning in Nursing (RN4CAST) y el subproyecto español denominado “Relación entre la seguridad del paciente, la provisión y formación de las enfermeras y las características organizacionales, de los hospitales del Sistema Nacional de Salud. RN4CAST-España”.
El objetivo general de la investigación llevada a cabo en la tesis fue analizar los resultados de validez de contenido del PES-NWI en 11 países (España, Bélgica, Grecia, Alemania, Finlandia, Irlanda, Países Bajos, Polonia, Suecia, Suiza y Reino Unido) y en 10 idiomas oficiales con las modificaciones de los dialectos regionales (español, griego, finlandés, holandés, polaco, sueco, italiano, alemán, inglés y francés) a través del indicador Content Validity Indexing (CVI).
Se ha realizado un estudio observacional transversal de ámbito europeo.
La valoración global de las 14 versiones (S-CVI) osciló entre 0,60 y 0,98. Once de las catorce versiones alcanzaron la puntuación mínima de validez de contenido, de ellas cinco: Alemania, Países Bajos, Suecia, Suiza (italiano y alemán) presentaron una puntuación del S-CVI > 0,90, por tanto alcanzaron una validez elevada. Las versiones de Suiza (francés) y Bélgica (francés) rozaron la validez de contenido con una puntuación del S-CVI 0,77 y 0,76 respectivamente y una valoración según el K de buena. Polonia no alcanza la validez de contenido mínima con un S-CVI de 0,60 y una valoración K pobre.
En términos globales, la validez de contenido del Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index ha resultado adecuada en las 13 de las 14 versiones de los países de ámbito europeo del estudio. Si bien, en estudios internacionales se hace necesario el uso de herramientas homogéneas, los resultados de este estudio indican la necesidad de poder mejorar el instrumento en determinadas versiones sin perder la posibilidad de su uso transcultural. Es decir conseguir una mejor adaptación transcultural, manteniendo la validez de constructo.

ESTUDIO EXPERIMENTAL CONTROLADO Y ALEATORIZADO PARA EVALUAR LA EFECTIVIDAD Y SEGURIDAD DEL USO DE LA PELOTA DE PARTO DURANTE EL TRABAJO DE PARTO Y EL PARTO
Proyecto
01/01/09
Área:
Cuidados materno-infantiles
Ámbito:
Atención Hospitalaria
Metodología:
Experimental
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Investigadores:
DELGADO GARCIA, BEATRIZ ELENA
Financiación:
Nacional

RELACION ENTRE LA SEGURIDAD DEL PACIENTE, LA PROVISION Y FORMACION DE LAS ENFERMERAS Y LAS CARACTERISTICAS ORGANIZACIONALES DE LOS HOSPITALES DEL SISTEMA NACIONAL DE SALUD. RN4CAST-ESPANIA
Proyecto
01/01/08
Área:
Gestión (de cuidados/del personal)
Ámbito:
Atención Hospitalaria
Metodología:
Validación de instrumentos
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Investigadores:
FUENTELSAZ GALLEGO, CARMEN
Financiación:
Nacional

Sexual behavior, unsafe practices and contraception in students attending Alicante University (Spain)
Artículo
08/08/07
Área:
Promoción de la salud / Educación sanitaria
Ámbito:
Universidad
Metodología:
Estudio descriptivo
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Luengo-Arjona P,Orts-Cortés MI,Caparrós-González RA,Arroyo-Rubio OI

To identify sexual behavior, contraception, and unsafe practices in students attending Alicante University, as well as to explore gender differences.

Factores asociados a fragilidad como predictores de hospitalización, deterioro funcional, necesidad de cuidados y consumo de recursos en población anciana
Proyecto
01/01/07
Área:
Envejecimiento y fragilidad
Ámbito:
Varios Ámbitos
Metodología:
Estudio descriptivo
Población:
Mayores (Ancianos) > 65 años
Investigadores:
TERESA Moreno-Casbas
Financiación:
Nacional

Glosario de términos para la práctica clínica basada en la evidencia
Artículo
25/07/02
Área:
Práctica clínica basada en la evidencia
Ámbito:
Universidad
Metodología:
Observacional (incluidos métodos de consenso: técnica Delphi, nominal)
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
CÓRCOLES, MP.; MORENO, MT.; COMET, P.; ORTS, MI.; GÓMEZ, T. ET AL.

Journal of advanced nursing
Artículo
13/09/01
Área:
Gestión (de cuidados/del personal)
Ámbito:
Universidad
Metodología:
Observacional (incluidos métodos de consenso: técnica Delphi, nominal)
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Moreno-Casbas T,Martín-Arribas C,Orts-Cortés I,Comet-Cortés P,

The aim of this work was to identify priorities for nursing research in Spain.

[Stress in nursing students].
Artículo
25/07/90
Área:
Salud mental
Ámbito:
Universidad
Metodología:
Estudio descriptivo
Población:
Adultos > 18 años
Autores:
Amat Puig V,Fernández Gonzaga C,Orts Cortes I,Poveda Salva MR,Romá Ferri MT,Ribera Domene D