Global Journal of Nursing


Review Article of Global Journal of Nursing SUPPORT NETWORK FOR FAMILIES WITH MENTAL DISORDERS IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE: AN INTEGRATIVE LITERATURE REVIEW Maria Assunção da Silva Lemos¹* Milena Pereira da Silva² Nathália Barreto Januário Chaves de Figueiredo³ Ana Carla Silva dos Santos⁴ Aluska Mirtes de Queiroz⁵ ¹Graduate Student in Nursing at the University Center São Miguel; ²Graduate Student in Nursing at the University Center São Miguel; ³Nurse. Post-graduate / Lato Sensu in Public Health with emphasis on Health of the Family of the National Institute of Higher Education and Research -INESP; ⁴Physiotherapist. Master in Gerontology, Physical Activity and Health from the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro; ⁵Nurse. Master in Health Education – UFPE Introduction: With the Psychiatric Reform and the closure of some psychiatric hospitals, many patients who had been living in an asylum regime for a long time return to family life. The family then assumes a peculiar role in the monitoring and social reintegration of the mentally ill outside the hospital units. For this, it is necessary that health services in primary care are trained to provide adequate support to these families. Objective: to verify the support practices developed by primary health care focused on the family of the person with mental disorders. Methods: Integrative literature review of the last 10 years (2008-2018) using the database of the Virtual Health Library (VHL). Results: The study sample was composed of 11 articles. In the analyzed articles, it was identified that families still face difficulties in dealing with the person with mental disorders, requiring the support of the replacement network services in this process. Conclusion: It is necessary to invest more in these replacement services and better prepare their professionals so that they know how to deal with the family of the mental health patient. Keywords: Mental Health, Deinstitutionalization, Primary ...


Review Article of Global Journal of Nursing NURSE'S PERSPECTIVE ON THE RECEPTION AND COPING WITH MENTAL DISORDERS: AN INTEGRATIVE LITERATURE REVIEW Maria Assunção da Silva Lemos¹* Milena Pereira da Silva² Aluska Mirtes de Queiroz³ ¹Graduanda em Enfermagem pelo Centro Universitário São Miguel; ²Graduanda em Enfermagem pelo Centro Universitário São Miguel; ³Enfermeira. Mestre em Educação em Saúde-UFPE. INTRODUCTION: The inclusion of Mental Health in primary care refers to actions in the Family Health Program (PSF), currently called Family Health Strategy (FHS), which has been consolidated as a strategy for reorganizing the health care system in Brazil. Its work is based on promotion, prevention and health education, working in a multidisciplinary and integrated approach to the community (2). OBJECTIVE: To identify what is the perspective that nurses have on welcoming and coping with mental disorders according to the literature. METHODOLOGY: This is a study that uses the integrative literature review as its method, which aims to contribute to the knowledge of Nursing in the area of Mental Health. RESULTS: A total of 7 articles were found, 3 of which were listed to compose this study. LILACS and BDENF were used as the basis for this study, as they were more feasible, as well as Brazilian technical-scientific references in nursing that include renowned journals in the health area. CONCLUSION: However, it can be identified that the nurse has a very important role in the care of these people with mental disorders who are treated in Primary Health Care. He also highlighted that there are still many professionals in their practices, which are based on welcoming, humanizing and dispensing medication. In addition, it is necessary for nurses to work together with the other professionals in order to exchange information in order to improve the patient. Keywords: Nursing, Mental Disorders, Reception ...

Assessment and Prediction of the Demand for Long-term Care for the Ederly in China

Research Article of Global Journal of Nursing Assessment and Prediction of the Demand for Long-term Care for the Elderly in China Gui Xiao-min1, Cao Yang2* 1female (1995-), master of social and management, China pharmaceutical university, majoring in medical and health policy, long-term care insurance. 2female(1966-), Ph.D., professor, school of international medicine business, China pharmaceutical university, research interests: medicine industry economics and policy. Objective: To explore the demand of long-term care in China. Methods: First, based on the data collected from multiple channels, the number of disabled elderly in China and the long-term care demand were predicted by the macro simulation demand model and markovdo state transition model. The second is to compare and analyze the implementation plan of the long-term care insurance system in China’s pilot areas, discuss the existing problems, and put forward Suggestions. Results: From 2020 to 2050, the number of disabled elders in China will rise from 33813 700 to 60 535 700, and the total long-term care costs will rise from 6.73 billion yuan to 29.12 billion yuan. Conclusion: In the future, China should build a multi-level long-term care guarantee system, actively explore the long-term care insurance system, and improve the long-term care service supply system. Keywords: Disabled elderly; long-term care; Demand ...


Review Article of Global Journal of Nursing NURSING ASSISTANT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ORAL MUCOSITIS IN ONCOLOGY PATIENTS Santana J.C1; Barbosa I.C.L2; Melo R.R2; Santos T.C.L2; Silva L.D2; Rodrigues A.J.3 1Estudante do Curso de Enfermagem - UFPE; 2Estudante do Curso de Enfermagem – UNINASSAU. 3Professora Substituta do Departamento de Enfermagem – UFPE. Oral mucositis is a sequel of cytoreductive treatment induced by radiotherapy and / or chemotherapy, with signs and symptoms ranging from pain, swelling and burning sensation, to ulcerations in the oral mucosa. The nursing staff should be able to offer therapies that give the patient better quality of life, once because the professionals develops closer contact with the patient and family. To analyze the scientific evidences about nursing assistant in the management of oral mucositis in oncology patients. Integrative Review in databases LILACS, Scopus, SciELO, LILACS and BDENF with complete articles published in the last 10 years, in Portuguese, English and Spanish. It was demonstrated that nurses can provide treatments such as oral hygiene, administration of analgesics, cryotherapy, treatment of xerostomia, chlorhexidine rinses, sodium bicarbonate and other substances that promotes pain control in patients with consequent increase of quality of life. The impact of nurses’ actions in improving the patient, control of oral mucositis, as well as studies that generate strong evidence for the development and / or enhancement of new nursing care are aspects to consider this issue. Keywords: Nursing; Oral Mucositis; Oncology; Therapeutics ...

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