Nordisk tidsskrift for helseforskning 2021-02-02T21:10:25+01:00 Jorunn Bjerkan Open Journal Systems <p>er i første rekke ment som et tilbud til undervisnings- og forskningspersonalet ved institusjoner i Norden som driver med helsefagutdanning.&nbsp;Tidsskriftet vil holde en bred faglig profil som reflekterer forsknings- og utviklingsarbeid ved Nordiske helsefagutdanninger og tilhørende praksisfelt.</p> Sykepleiestudentenes kliniske praksis – om klinisk læringsmiljø og studenttilfredshet 2021-02-02T21:10:25+01:00 Eva Mari Andreasen Rune Høigaard Kristin Haraldstad <p><strong>Nurse practice – clinical learning environment and student satisfaction</strong></p> <p>The purpose of this study was to investigate nursing students’ satisfaction with the clinical learning environment during clinical practice. A questionnaire was distributed to nursing students at a university (N=250) in Norway. Student satisfaction, task orientation, pedagogical atmosphere, supervisory relationship, and the premises of nursing on the ward were measured. Of the 250 students invited, 163 (66 %) completed the survey. Nursing students were largely satisfied with their clinical placement experiences, but they were more satisfied with hospital placements than home care placements. Supervision more than once a week and having one supervisor was important for student satisfaction. Students’ relationship with their supervisors was strongest associated with satisfaction with their clinical placements. Supervisors play an important role in nursing students’ satisfaction with their clinical practice, with results indicating that this should be emphasized in the development of nursing education. The results indicate that nursing guidance skills should be strengthened to ensure the quality of clinical placements in nursing education.</p> 2020-11-30T14:24:25+01:00 Opphavsrett 2020 Eva Mari Andreasen, Rune Høigaard, Kristin Haraldstad Lydhør identitetsstøtte i samtaler med personer med demens 2021-02-02T21:10:25+01:00 Kirsten Thorsen Aud Johannessen <div><strong>Responsive identity support in conversations with people with dementia: A study&nbsp;of interviews in a five-years narrative longitudinal study</strong></div> <p>A narrative longitudinal study depends on trust and a positive relationship between the interviewer and the participant to encourage the participant’s continued participation. In reported studies, the methodological part is usually too short to present the complexities in dialogues over time. We therefore have analyzed the interview processes with younger people with dementia, relating the interactions to central concepts associated with identity. The aim was to explore the methodological interview approach used in a longitudinal study, focusing on supporting identity and self-esteem. We used the concept of responsive identity to illuminate our findings. In addition, we demonstrate how the interview dialogues can support identity and self-esteem of the participants. The core of this approach is that the interviewee, living with dementia, should be seen, confirmed and supported to preserve the person`s self and dignity. Dialogue with responsive identity support is a fruitful research method in dementia research. This approach can be generalized to person-centred communication in health and caring relationships.</p> 2020-12-18T12:30:48+01:00 Opphavsrett 2020 Aud Johannessen, Kirsten Thorsen Dannelse og samskaping av utdanning mellom akademia og sykehjem 2021-02-02T21:10:24+01:00 Gunilla Kulla Åshild Slettebø <div><strong>Cultivation and co-creation of education between academy and nursing home&nbsp;-&nbsp;a&nbsp;critical ethnography study</strong></div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Collaboration between academy and practice&nbsp;in education is emphasized.&nbsp;In this&nbsp;study, we&nbsp;explored and described boundary-crossing spaces, when co-creating an adjusted educational program for nursing students in a nursing home in Norway.&nbsp;Our aim was to explore how to learn person-centered dementia care through the</div> <div>participants in a learning community. A critical&nbsp;ethnographic approach and&nbsp;method with observations, field n</div> <div>otes, minutes of board, spontaneous meetings, and&nbsp;focus groups particularly with the students were used. Data were analyzed with six-step thematic analysis by Braun and Clarke. There were&nbsp;two main&nbsp;themes: 1) Creating a room for learning communities and 2)&nbsp;The room of the cultivation and&nbsp;border-crossing in learning communities.&nbsp;We further suggest, learning&nbsp;communities’&nbsp;co-creation in elderly care, might potentiate innovative research and development methods for the future.</div> 2020-12-21T12:32:35+01:00 Opphavsrett 2020 Gunilla Kulla, Åshild Slettebø Carl Claubergs metode for sterilisering uten operasjon 2021-02-02T21:10:24+01:00 Knut Ruyter <p><strong>The methods of Carl Clauberg for sterilization of women without surgery: A research ethics journey: from a new ethic for doctors and nurses via clinical research in Auschwitz to lawsuit in Schleswig</strong></p> <p>During a recent visit to Auschwitz I was surprised to learn how little I knew about the clinical research done by professor Carl Clauberg and how scarce the references are in the education of health professionals and in the field of research ethics. Clauberg’s research aimed at developing the most effective «methods and means» to make women permanently sterile. The method was to be the preferred procedure for mass sterilization of all women of inferior value, be they Jewish or Slavic or regarded as degenerate. The encounter with block 10 in Auschwitz was the start of a research ethics journey through archives in Auschwitz and Schleswig to see if there were any explanations to the evildoing of doctors and nurses and to the difficulties of prosecuting evil – it was also a reminder about how easy we can be influenced by external forces and what it takes to withstand them.</p> 2020-12-23T13:00:18+01:00 Opphavsrett 2020 Knut Ruyter