Tag: Acta Paulista De Enfermagem

What is the entrepreneurial profile of undergraduate nursing students?

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Across-sectional study of 239 nursing students was performed. They answered a questionnaire consisting of personal characterization data and the Entrepreneur Profile Assessment tool in an academic environment. The study reinforces the importance of training entrepreneurial nurses as agents that transform reality. Read More →

Psychological impact of COVID-19 on health professionals

Health professionals who treat COVID-19 patients have been placed under extreme demands. The results of this study indicate a significant psychological impact with important prevalence of depression, anxiety, insomnia, stress, and reports of other additional symptoms. Read More →

Who are the professionals working in Patient Safety Centers in Brazil?

Adverse Events are incidents that result in harm to the patient therefore, a thorough investigation of these events is necessary. Intensive care nurses trained in the field of Patient Safety lead the investigation process and the London Protocol is the most used tool in health institutions. Read More →

Factors influencing the occurrence of types of crime in professional nursing practice

The nursing category comprises more than 500,000 workers. Assuming that human beings are fallible, we must analyze the occurrence of types of crime in care without hasty judgments. The study addresses the analysis of professional testimonies with a focus on the discussion of ethical problems in the professional routine. Read More →

Pandemic brings unprecedented visibility to nursing professionals

Based on journalistic articles published in the national and international media, the study shows that the news contributed to increase the visibility of the Nursing team work in the Covid-19 pandemic, thereby favoring improvements for the category. Read More →

Factors associated with congenital malformations in live births

The aim of the article was to estimate the prevalence of congenital malformations and identify the associated factors in live births. Cross-sectional study with data from the Live Births Information System. Bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis (multiple logistic regression) were performed. There were 346,874 live births, of which 3,473 had some type of malformation. In the multiple analysis, the factors positively associated with prevalence were duration of pregnancy ≤37 weeks, maternal age 20-29 years, single pregnancy, type of delivery and antenatal consultations <6. Read More →

The guide for writing qualitative research reports – COREQ is now available in Portuguese

Researchers who adopt qualitative methods using interviews and focus groups in their studies now have the Brazilian Portuguese validated translation of the Consolidated Criteria for Reporting Qualitative Research (COREQ) available. Read More →

Acupuncture may reduce anxiety in pregnant women

The objective of this study was to identify effects of auriculotherapy to reduce the anxiety of pregnant women during the low-risk prenatal. Findings showed significant reduction of anxiety status in the experimental group suggesting that this practice is a potential therapy belonging to the integrative and complementary practice – ICP, and this is should be incorporated to the activities of health practice to women during the pregnancy. Read More →

Occupational risk: COVID-19 infection among health workers is greater in general wards than in intensive care units

The study highlights in what extent scarcity of personal protective equipment (PPE), inadequate use and non-usage of tPPE, and work overload constitute reasons for COVID-19 infection among health care teams. In addition, the investigation determined how work overload in health care system may increase the number of deaths associated with COVID-19 among health workers. Read More →

Face masks: how important are they in a pandemic?

The use of homemade fabric face mask constitutes an important non-pharmacological intervention to protect population against infection by bacteria and viruses, especially in a pandemic situation. This intervention combined with hygiene, disinfection of high-touch surfaces, and cough etiquettes are efficient measures to prevent transmission of coronavirus. Read More →