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Title: Nursing care needs for the family of the child with chronic illness
Authors: Ribeiro, Susana
Calado, Gabriela
Keywords: Needs
Chronic disease
Issue Date: Dec-2017
Publisher: Universidade de Évora
Citation: Ribeiro, Susana ; Calado, Gabriela (2017). Nursing Care needs for the family of the child whith Chronic Illness . RIASE ; 3(3):1066-1078 .DOI:
Abstract: From the birth of a child with a chronic and/or complex disease, there is a need at an all priorities level within the family and/or the primary caregivers of these children. A chronic illness is a condition that interferes with the day-to-day functioning of the child and their caregivers. As such, the purpose of this integrative review is to identify the needs of nursing care for parents/caregivers or family of children with chronic or complex illnesses. Methods: The research was carried out on the EBSCO platform, and all databases were selected using the descriptors needs, parents, pediatrics and nursing. Taking into account the research delimiters and the inclusion and exclusion criteria, a final sample of eight articles was obtained, which were analyzed. Results: The results were obtained from a free reading/analysis of the articles selected from the research in the databases, leading to the extraction of results that addressed the needs of nursing care to the parents/caregivers/family of children with chronic diseases. Conclusions: Families and/or caregivers of children with chronic diseases and/or complex diseases circumvent many barriers and many of them difficult to overcome, but never giving up because they have many skills and power to deal with them.
Type: article
Appears in Collections:ENF - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica

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