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Sygeplejerskers efterlevelse af anbefalinger for håndhygiejne
Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordic School of Public Health NHV.
2008 (Danish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years))Student thesisAlternative title
Nurses` compliance with recommendations for hand hygiene (English)
Abstract [da]

 

Formål – At beskrive variationen i sygeplejerskers opfattelse af deres efterlevelse af anbefalinger for håndhygiejne samt hvilke faktorer sygeplejersker oplever, har betydning for om de udfører håndhygiejne som anbefalet.

 

Design - Beskrivende og undersøgende undersøgelse med en fænomenografisk forsknings-tilnærmelse. Semi-strukturerede interviews med fokus på sygeplejerskers egen opfattelse af deres efterlevelse af anbefalinger for håndhygiejne.

 

Ramme – Hvidovre Hospital.

 

Informanter – 14 sygeplejersker (12 kvinder, to mænd) fordelt på 11 afdelinger, indenfor kirurgiske specialer, medicinske specialer, kvinde-barn specialer og intensivterapi.

 

Resultat –  Analysen viser, at de interviewede sygeplejersker er af den opfattelse, at de stort set altid efterlever anbefalingerne for håndhygiejne. Endvidere blev der ved analysen identificeret seks forskellige opfattelser af de faktorer, der har indflydelse på, om sygeplejerskerne følger anbefalinger for håndhygiejne: Håndhygiejne er en naturlig handling; Smitterisiko; Akutte situationer, uforudsigelighed og travlhed; Omgivelsernes opmærksomhed; Håndhygiejnefaciliteter; Akkreditering, hygiejneaudit og håndhygiejnekampagne.

 

Konklusion – Sygeplejerskers oplevelse af, at de udfører håndhygiejne som anbefalet og deres forskellige opfattelser af faktorer, der har betydning for, om de følger anbefalingerne for håndhygiejne bør have indflydelse på de håndhygiejneaktiviteter, der planlægges og iværksættes med henblik på at øge sygeplejerskers efterlevelse af anbefalingerne for håndhygiejne.

Abstract [en]

Aim – To describe variations in nurses’ ways of experiencing compliance with recommendations for hand hygiene and factors nurses experience as having influence on their compliance with hand hygiene.

 

Design – Descriptive and explorative study using a phenomenographic approach. Semi-structured interviews, focusing on the nurses’ own experiences regarding compliance with recommendations with hand hygiene.

 

Setting – Hvidovre Hospital.

 

Subjects – 14 nurses (12 women, 2 men) from 11 different wards, within the surgical speciality, the medical speciality, the women-child speciality and intensive care.

 

Results – The analysis shows that the interviewed nurses perceive that they nearly always follow the recommendations for hand hygiene. Furthermore six different perceptions of factors with influence on nurses’ compliance with recommendations for hand hygiene were identified in the analysis: Hand hygiene is a natural action; Infection risk; Acute situations, unpredictability and busyness; The attention of the surroundings; Facilities for hand hygiene; Accreditation, hygiene audit and hand hygiene campaign.

 

Conclusion – Nurses’ experiences of compliance with recommendation for hand hygiene and the different perceptions of factors influencing wether they follow recommendations for hand hygiene ought to influence the planning and implementations of hand hygiene activities in order to promote nurses’ compliance with recommendation for hand hygiene.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2008. , 51 p.
Series
Master of Public Health, MPH, ISSN 1104-5701 ; MPH 2008:1
Keyword [en]
Hand Hygiene, Phenomenography, Semi-Structured Interviews
Keyword [da]
Håndhygiejne, fænomenografi (phenomenography), semi-strukturerede interviews
National Category
Medical and Health Sciences
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URN: urn:nbn:se:norden:org:diva-3199OAI: oai:DiVA.org:norden-3199DiVA: diva2:724741
Presentation
2008-01-25, Nordic School of Public Health NHV, Box 12133, 402 42 Göteborg, Sweden, 13:00 (Danish)
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ISBN 978-91-7844-743-5

Available from: 2014-06-13 Created: 2014-06-13 Last updated: 2014-07-08Bibliographically approved

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