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Tonåringars upplevelser av depression ur ett familjeperspektiv – En litteraturstudie
Mid Sweden University. Mid Sweden University, Faculty of Human Sciences, Department of Health Sciences.
2011 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
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Bakgrund: Depression är en av de vanligaste orsakerna till psykiskt lidande och tonåringar drabbas i hög grad. Depression leder till ångest, isolering och ofta självskadebeteende. Tonåringar söker sällan vård. Syfte: Att belysa tonåringars upplevelser av depression i ett familjeperspektiv. Metod: Litteraturstudie. 15 vetenskapliga artiklar publicerade mellan 2001-2011 som granskats och analyserats. Resultat: Tonåringarna ville inte tala om sina känslor av rädsla att inte bli förstådda. De isolerade sig och hade svårt att fullfölja sina studier samt delta i sociala relationer. När omvårdnaden fungerat upplevdes stor lättnad, men återfallsrädsla bestod. Diskussion: Det var viktigt att vården visade förståelse och att tonåringarna fick tala med någon som de litade på. Konklusion: När kontakt tagits med familj eller vänner sökte tonåringarna professionell omvårdnad. Deprimerade tonåringar kände sig annorlunda, tog sällan själv kontakt med vården och oroade sig för andras reaktioner. Familjen var en viktig del i omvårdnadsprocessen och som omvårdare måste förståelse och respekt ingå för att avhjälpa problematiken.

 

Nyckelord: depression, familj, litteraturstudie, omvårdnad, relationer, tonåringar, upplevelser 

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Background: Depression is one of the most common causes of mental affliction and adolescents are largely affected. Depression leads to anxiety, isolation and often self-harming behavior. Adolescents seldom seek help. More research on adolescents is needed. Aim: To elucidate adolescent’s experiences of depression from a family perspective. Method: Systematic review containing 15 peer-reviewed articles published between 2001-2011 that have been analyzed and reviewed. Results: The adolescents did not want to talk about their feelings, of fear that others would not understand. They became isolated and had no will to do homework or partake in social relationships. When contact had been taken with family or friends, the adolescents tended to seek professional care. When the nursing worked, feelings of great relief occurred, but fear of relapse remained. Discussion: It was important that the care showed that they understood the disease and it was essential that the adolescents had someone to talk to that they could trust. Conclusion: Depressed adolescents experienced themselves as being different, seldom contacted with the healthcare and worried about how others would react to their feelings. The family was an important part in the nursing process. Also understanding and respect must be included to remedy the problem.

 

Keywords: adolescents, depression, experiences, family, nursing, relations, systematic review

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2011. , 33 p.
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depression, familj, litteraturstudie, omvårdnad, relationer, tonåringar, upplevelser
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Nursing
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URN: urn:nbn:se:miun:diva-13903OAI: oai:DiVA.org:miun-13903DiVA: diva2:420509
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Medicine
Available from: 2011-06-21 Created: 2011-06-01 Last updated: 2011-06-21Bibliographically approved

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