Fagkunnskap på godt og vondt - helsepersonell som pårørende til egne alvorlig syke barn på sykehus, en kvalitativ studie

  • Claudine Skaret Høgskolen i Molde
  • Else Lykkeslet
  • Trude Fløystad Eines
Emneord (Nøkkelord): health professionals, experiences, family-centered care, dual role, qualitative research, critically ill child, helsepersonell, erfaringer, familiesentrert sykepleie, rollekonflikt, kvalitativ forskning, alvorlig syke barn

Sammendrag

Expertise - an advantage or a hindrance? Healthcare professionals as relatives of their own critically ill children in hospital, -a qualitative study

The hospitalization of children is a stressful event for parents, and it may be even worse for parents who are healthcare professionals. Scant attention has been given to this issue in the literature and by researchers. This study aim to describe how a small group of health professionals experience the hospitalization of their child, in critically ill cases. The data are based on a qualitative design, using depth interviews with three nurses and a doctor. The interviews were analyzed using a thematic content approach. The findings show how the informants experience role conflicts, and social and psychological difficulties as relatives. This article highlights the importance of how health care professionals interact and support health professionals as relatives for their own children hospitalized.

Forfatterbiografier

Claudine Skaret, Høgskolen i Molde

Avdeling for helse og sosialfag

Høgskolelektor

Else Lykkeslet

Avdeling for helse og sosialfag

Professor

Trude Fløystad Eines

Avdeling for helse og sosialfag

Førsteamanuensis

Publisert
2020-01-28
Hvordan referere
Skaret, C., Lykkeslet, E., & Eines, T. F. (2020). Fagkunnskap på godt og vondt - helsepersonell som pårørende til egne alvorlig syke barn på sykehus, en kvalitativ studie. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Helseforskning, 16(1), 15. https://doi.org/10.7557/14.4669
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