Missed nursing care e pratica infermieristica Italiana: risultati preliminari di una consensus conference

Translated title of the contribution: Missed nursing care and Italian nursing practice: preliminary finding of a consensus conference

Alvisa Palese, Erika Bassi, Cristina Tommasini, Roberta Vesca, Achille Di Falco, Paola De Lucia, Giovanna Mulloni, Flavio Paoletti, Raffaella Rissolo, Luisa Sist, Gianfranco Sanson, Ilario Guardini, Bressan Valentina, Maura Mesaglio, Ian Blackman

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Abstract

In recent years in Italy there has been renewed interest in missed nursing care due to various factors, such as participation in the RANCARE project, with 28 European and non-EU countries, the opportunity to develop international exchanges, specific projects and field based research. We explored a range of ideas and processes, culminating in a conference designed to address specific issues relating to missed nursing care, in the Italian nursing practice. After a preliminary review of the literature on the psychometric properties of the available tools, with the intent of further deepening our understanding of the concept of missed nursing care, its implications for practice, management, education and research. After two days of presentations and discussions, the more than participating nurses agreed on a set of preliminary recommendations regarding missed nursing care and Italian nursing practice. This paper reports on the preliminary consensus findings from the conference.

Translated title of the contributionMissed nursing care and Italian nursing practice: preliminary finding of a consensus conference
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)164-171
Number of pages8
JournalAssistenza Infermieristica e Ricerca
Volume37
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2018

Keywords

  • Missed nursing care
  • task left undone
  • rationing nursing care
  • consensus conference
  • Italy

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