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Death and dying: The perception of nursing students during their education

Wachter DA;
Machado EO;
Kerschner CLN;
Vizini ST;
Inchauspe JAF;
Reis F;
Santos S;
Chassot MD;
Alves ET;
Machado RA

Djulia Andriele Wachter

Elisiane de Oliveira Machado

Cíntia Letícia de Negreiros Kerschner

Simone Thais Vizini

Juciane Aparecida Furlan Inchauspe

Fernanda dos Reis

Suimara Santos

Maicon Daniel Chassot

Evelyn Tavares Alves

Raquel Adjane Machado


Keywords

Nursing
Death
Students

Abstract

Of human experience , death has a special significance , because in front of her are led to reflect, it seems that our life is paralyzed for a moment . It is a subject still poucodiscutido and often ignored . It is a moment that encompasses anxiety , separation and pain, so many prefer to ignore reality and the fact that this time will one day come . Currently , the majority of deaths occur in hospitals , a reality which highlights the importance of the role of nursing in front of the family and the patient who is about to depart . For this assistance and understanding occur safely by the health professional , the preparation should start from the moment of graduation . Thus , the research aimed to understand the perceptions of students of nursing about the death during their training in a teaching institution . This is a descriptive research approach of qualitative analysis , in which students of Nursing Regional University of Blumenau were interviewed based on a semi-structured interview and recording of same . The survey was conducted from August to November 2013. All academic interviewees signed a consent form , occurred after approval by the ethics committee of the regional university of Blumenau with the opinion number 310 472 . The results of this research showed that nursing students interviewed are not adequately prepared to face the process of death and dying . Those who prepared reports show that this was because his professional experience , but not the knowledge acquired during their studies , the subjects recall the times when the subject was addressed , but in a very succinct and without further reflection . The role is to support graduate students coping with family , providing comfort and care to a death with respect and dignity , but realize that graduation is not enough to prepare the academic altogether.

 

DOI:https://doi.org/10.56238/sevened2023.006-004


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Author(s)

  • Djulia Andriele Wachter
  • Elisiane de Oliveira Machado
  • Cíntia Letícia de Negreiros Kerschner
  • Simone Thais Vizini
  • Juciane Aparecida Furlan Inchauspe
  • Fernanda dos Reis
  • Suimara Santos
  • Maicon Daniel Chassot
  • Evelyn Tavares Alves
  • Raquel Adjane Machado

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