Comparative study of the investigation of the representation of clinical nurses and nursing students regarding nursing mistakes (Master thesis)

Κλιτσινάρη, Παναγιώτα


Nursing, as a humanistic science, offers its services for the patient’s treatment. Every nursing error contains the possibility of an error because it is directly related to human beings. Wrong is not only the result of “making a mistake” but also the failure in discovery, failure, inattention ,error on omission. Therefore, despite the advances in technology ,science and the development of social and living standards , errors are still occurring and this might be due to other factors and mainly the psychological state of the physician or even his personality. What is particularly important in case of nursing errors is the representations of nurses and nursing students about the nursing errors and the explanations that will lead to the personal narration of nurses to nursing errors. These representations in the field of health and illness were studied by Herzlich (1992) where it was found that health does not need any explanation in contrast to the illness that needs some explanation. However, the issues of interaction and interdependence between the actual study of social science in the field of public health have been studied in recent years (Medik & Osipov, 2008).
Institution and School/Department of submitter: Πανεπιστήμιο Ιωαννίνων. Σχολή Επιστημών Υγείας. Τμήμα Ιατρικής
Subject classification: Νοσηλευτικά λάθη -- Μελέτη περιπτώσεων
Keywords: Αναπαραστάσεις,Νοσηλευτικά λάθη,Κακή πρακτική,Representations,Nursing errors,Bad practice
URI: http://olympias.lib.uoi.gr/jspui/handle/123456789/29018
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