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Coneixements, habilitats, actituds, experiència i formació de les infermeres d’atenció primària davant la violència de gènere: projecte de recerca

Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a public health problem on a global scale that demands the health professional attention due to the high morbidity, mortality and health cost it represents. The World Health Organization has stated that it has to be eradicated and, therefore, social, economic and public health policies must have this objective. The Primary Care Centers provide a privileged place for nurses to prevent, detect and attend cases of GBV that come to them. In addition, they allow the continuity of care, the necessary accompaniment and the coordination in network with other suitable resources. Studies show how nurses face barriers that prevent them from effectively intervening GBV. In practice, they face concerns, including feelings of inadequate competence, at the time of screening and doing the necessary intervention. The studies emphasize the importance of introducing GBV training in the curriculum of future nurses. For this reason, it is important to find out what knowledge base they rely on, what attitudes and abilities they show in practice and what difficulties the professionals find when it comes to detecting and dealing with cases, in order to design a training that is adaptated to the pertinent needs. Objectives: 1. Evaluate the perception of Primary Care nurses regarding their knowledge, attitudes, abilities, experience and training received regarding GBV when it comes to preventing, detection and interference, and analyzing possible differences according to age, sex, professional experience and the Basic Health Area. 2. Identify the barriers that prevent Primary Care nurses from preventing, detecting and intervening GBV. Material and methods: cross-sectional and mixed study: quantitative- qualitative. The study population is the nurses of the five Primary Care Centers in the city of Girona. This is a sample of convenience. The instrument used in the quantitative part of the study is a questionnaire that incorporates the Perception of nursing students about couples’ violence. The qualitative part of the study will be carried under the phenomenological approach through two focus groups consisting of 8-10 nurses each. The results of this study will allow us to detect the need for improvement of the above-mentioned aspects and to design educative programs adapted to these detected necessities to be included in nursing studies so that it will train the future nurses in order to improve the prevention, detection and intervention of GBV

Manager: Fuentes Pumarola, Concepció
Other contributions: Universitat de Girona. Facultat d’Infermeria
Author: Mola Capella, Eva
Date: 2019
Abstract: Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a public health problem on a global scale that demands the health professional attention due to the high morbidity, mortality and health cost it represents. The World Health Organization has stated that it has to be eradicated and, therefore, social, economic and public health policies must have this objective. The Primary Care Centers provide a privileged place for nurses to prevent, detect and attend cases of GBV that come to them. In addition, they allow the continuity of care, the necessary accompaniment and the coordination in network with other suitable resources. Studies show how nurses face barriers that prevent them from effectively intervening GBV. In practice, they face concerns, including feelings of inadequate competence, at the time of screening and doing the necessary intervention. The studies emphasize the importance of introducing GBV training in the curriculum of future nurses. For this reason, it is important to find out what knowledge base they rely on, what attitudes and abilities they show in practice and what difficulties the professionals find when it comes to detecting and dealing with cases, in order to design a training that is adaptated to the pertinent needs. Objectives: 1. Evaluate the perception of Primary Care nurses regarding their knowledge, attitudes, abilities, experience and training received regarding GBV when it comes to preventing, detection and interference, and analyzing possible differences according to age, sex, professional experience and the Basic Health Area. 2. Identify the barriers that prevent Primary Care nurses from preventing, detecting and intervening GBV. Material and methods: cross-sectional and mixed study: quantitative- qualitative. The study population is the nurses of the five Primary Care Centers in the city of Girona. This is a sample of convenience. The instrument used in the quantitative part of the study is a questionnaire that incorporates the Perception of nursing students about couples’ violence. The qualitative part of the study will be carried under the phenomenological approach through two focus groups consisting of 8-10 nurses each. The results of this study will allow us to detect the need for improvement of the above-mentioned aspects and to design educative programs adapted to these detected necessities to be included in nursing studies so that it will train the future nurses in order to improve the prevention, detection and intervention of GBV
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Document access: http://hdl.handle.net/10256/17553
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Collection: Infermeria (TFG)
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Rights URI: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
Subject: Violència envers les dones
Women -- Abuse of
Infermeres
Nurses
Infermeria en l’atenció primària
Primary nursing
Title: Coneixements, habilitats, actituds, experiència i formació de les infermeres d’atenció primària davant la violència de gènere: projecte de recerca
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