Collaboration of Patients With Mobility Disabilities in Caring: Conceptual Analysis

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 27 آذر 1402

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Background: Collaboration of patients in caring is regarded as a gold standard in professional care associated with modern nursing. Considering the complexity of the concept, it is imperative to analyze caring of patients with motor disability caused by traffic accidents. Materials and Methods: This is a qualitative study to analyze the concept of collaboration in caring for traffic casualties using a hybrid model in three stages. In the first stage, to conduct a systemic review, a literature search was performed using databases such as Blackwell, CINAHL, MEDLINE, and Elsevier with the keywords: Collaboration in caring and orthopedic victims of traffic accidents. The literature search resulted in ۱۱۰ related reviews up to ۲۰۱۶. In the second stage or field stage, for the importance of collaboration in caring for traffic casualties, ۷ traffic victims and ۳ nurses were interviewed and data were analyzed by content analysis. Finally, in the third stage, an overall analysis was performed according to the findings in previous stages. Results: Combining the results of reviews and findings of field study, we obtained ۸۷ codes, ۱۴ subcategories, and ۵ categories (“organizational factors in sharing information and knowledge”, “promoting a sense of responsibility in patient”, “patient empowerment for health promotion”, “mutual trust”, and “hypersensitivity to active engagement to return to normal life”) in content analysis. Conclusion: Recognizing the concept of collaboration of patient with motor disability in caring from the orthopedic viewpoint, managers and nurses will be able to plan and execute management and educational activities according to the insight obtained from scientific findings to provide suitable conditions in this regard.

Authors

Azam Saei

Department of Medical Surgery, Faculty of Nursing, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.

Abolfazl Rahimi

Department of Medical Surgery, Faculty of Nursing, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.