DOING A LITERATURE REVIEW IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE A PRACTICAL GUIDE BY HELEN AVEYARD

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. Two teaching hospitals in England. This third edition includes: She has also co-authored the 3rd edition of an established textbook ‘Nursing Research’ with Pam Moule and Margaret Goodman which was also published in Nurses were uneasy about the use of sedation in such circumstances, and lacked knowledge as to when it may be appropriate to do so.

The finding indicate that nurses are uneasy about administering care to a patient who cannot consent. The reinvention centre for Undergraduate research, Oxford Brookes University and Warwick University Research projects Currently involved in a project exploring the role of the Assistant Practitioner in community and acute settings. Further research is required to understand this area thoroughly, including the situations in which patients would feel more empowered to speak up. A questionriaire and focus-group study was undertaken to identify students’ perceived need for information and support. In order to reduce the risk of misinterpretation of a patient’s implied consent, they should seek the verbal affirmation of a patient prior to a nursing care procedure. In this paper, it is argued that the function of informed consent is to protect patient autonomy and to promote meaningful decision-making. Website Aveyard H, ‘ The requirement for informed consent prior to nursing care procedures’ 37 3 pp.

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Prior to that she completed her doctoral study at King’s College University of London. It is suggested that inter-professional learning in undergraduate health care ethics should focus on facilitating learning in the clinical area with students who share similar ethical encounters, in which case the learning will be truly inter-professional. The finding indicate that nurses are uneasy about administering care to a patient who cannot consent.

Helen also teaches across the adult nursing programme and is module leader for the research and dissertation module. In their best interests? Effective management of the problem raises various issues: What literature will be relevant to my literature review?

Nursing care of a patient who cannot consent. This paper reports on a qualitative study using focus groups and critical incidents collected through in-depth interviews to explore the way in which nurses obtain consent prior to nursing care procedures. Where nurses rely on the patient’s implied consent, they should do so at their own discretion and with full understanding of the meaning of the term. The requirement for consent prior to nursing care procedures.

The Wisdom of Menopause Christiane Northrup. How do I discuss my findings and make recommendations? She has also co-authored the 3rd edition of an established textbook ‘Nursing Research’ with Pam Moule and Margaret Goodman which was also published in It gives a clear, concise guide to carrying out a literature review, which is of course a widely used formative assessment technique in a nursing program There is evidence that the term implied consent signifies different things to different nurses.

Nurses should be familiar with the principles of implied consent. Despite concern expressed in recent government documents in the UK about the inappropriate use of sedation when a patient is agitated or confused and cannot consent, there is little nursing literature on the topic. Key strengths are the clarity of expression and the logical flow of information.

Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care: A Practical Guide

Website Aveyard H, ‘ The requirement for informed consent prior to nursing care procedures’ 37 3 pp. How do I critically appraise the literature? 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.

Student nurse caregiving in relation to sexual health was also noted.

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Information-giving strategies requested by students in higher education’ Health Education Journal 58 3 pp. An application of the critical incident technique. Attachment Across the Lifecourse David Howe. Unhealthy State Maev-Ann Wren. 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.

Five nominal group technique workshops. Website Aveyard H, ‘ Implied consent prior to nursing care procedures’ 39 2 pp.

The new edition has been fully updated and provides a practical guide to the different types of literature that you may come across when undertaking a literature review. A purposive sample of 30 qualified nurses in two teaching hospitals in England was obtained.

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Useful examples and key questions will help to keep the reader on track. Aveyard H Project title: Research Methods in Health and Social Care. How to do a Systematic Literature Review in Nursing: