Developing a process to support perinatal nurses after a critical event

Title

Developing a process to support perinatal nurses after a critical event

Creator

Foreman S

Publisher

Nursing For Women's Health

Date

2014

Subject

Humans; Terminal Care; Attitude to Death; Neonatal Nursing; social support; Clinical Competence; Perinatal Care; Program Development; Needs Assessment; Nursing Methodology Research; Self Care; Risk Management; Family Nursing; Staff Development; Stress; Adaptation; Psychological; Models; Grief; Emergencies; Crisis Intervention

Description

The work of perinatal nurses sometimes includes emergencies involving death, or near death, which can leave health care providers with feelings of stress and grief. After experiencing a particularly stressful period, nurses at our organization identified processes to help themselves recover and to support each other. The result of this work is a written plan to facilitate the support of perinatal nurses after critical events. This article describes the development and implementation of this plan.
2014-03

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

61-65

Issue

1

Volume

18

Citation

Foreman S, “Developing a process to support perinatal nurses after a critical event,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed July 30, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/14968.

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