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How Do Hospitalized Adolescents Feel Safe? A Qualitative Study

Neda JAMALIMOGHADAM ; Shahrzad YEKTATALAB ; Marzieh MOMENNASAB ; Abbas EBADI ; Najaf ZARE

The Journal of Nursing Research, 2019-04, Vol.27 (2), p.006-006

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  • Title:
    How Do Hospitalized Adolescents Feel Safe? A Qualitative Study
  • Author: Neda JAMALIMOGHADAM ; Shahrzad YEKTATALAB ; Marzieh MOMENNASAB ; Abbas EBADI ; Najaf ZARE
  • Subjects: MEDLINE ; SSCI ; TSCI ; hospitalization ; psychological safety ; Scopus ; adolescent ; SCIE ; TSSCI
  • Is Part Of: The Journal of Nursing Research, 2019-04, Vol.27 (2), p.006-006
  • Description: Background: The feeling of safety makes an important contribution to the sense of well-being and quality of care for hospitalized adolescents, who are at a higher risk of feeling unsafe. Feeling unsafe during hospitalizationmay have a negative impact on recovery. Nurses must be sensitive to the possibility that patients feel unsafe, even in the absence of obvious direct physical threat. Purpose: This study explores the experiences of hospitalized adolescents to obtain an understanding of psychological safety. Methods: A qualitative study using unstructured interviews was conducted to explore the sense of psychological safety of hospitalized adolescents aged 12Y18 years and registered in a general medical or surgical pediatric unit. Purposive sampling was used to recruit new qualified participants until data saturation was reached (N = 16). Results: Psychological safety is reflected by the four themes of receiving comprehensive support, protection of human dignity, relaxing environment, and attempts to adapt. Conclusions: Hospitalized adolescents stated that healthcare services should provide comprehensive support in a relaxing environment that allows themto retain their human dignity and that elicits feelings of psychological safety.
  • Publisher: 台灣: 臺灣護理學會
  • Language: Chinese
  • Identifier: ISSN: 1682-3141
    EISSN: 1948-965X

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