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Title: A Study of the Nursing Process in Saudi Arabia, Part II “Staff Nurses Perception of the Factors Affecting the Implementation of the Nursing Process in Saudi Arabia”
Authors: Mohamed Abdel Dayem, Samia.
Abd el Atty Moawed, Salma.
El-Hendy, Wafaa.
Keywords: Nursing process
Issue Date: 1990
Citation: Tanta Medical Journal, Volume 18, Number 1, June: 1507:1529
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to identify helping, as well as hindering factors that affect implementation of the nursing process as perceived by staff nurses at King Faisal Specialized Hospital and Research Center, in Saudi Arabia. A questionnaire was developed from the current literature. It consisted of a demographic data sheet and a check list of the factors that could influence the implementation of the nursing process at the work place. The following factors were perceived by respondents as helping factors in implementing the nursing process; Knowledge and valuing of the nursing process, decision-making in patient care, availability of learning aids, and adequate staff, space and time. On the other hand, the following factors were agreed to, by respondents, as hindering factors: heavy workload, performing non-nursing tasks, language barriers, cultural differences between nurses and patients, and lack of administrative support. Implications of the findings were discussed and recommendations were proposed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/17997
ISSN: 1110-1415
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