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應用關懷理論於隔離病房COVID-19病人及家屬的溝通

Application of the Theory of Swanson Care to Communications between COVID-19 Patients in Isolation Wards and Their Families

Abstracts


2021年五月台灣北部發生多起COVID-19群聚事件,使得醫院隔離及居家隔離的患者突然爆增,有很多人被隔離於醫院或住家或檢疫住所,甚至同一家人必須在不同的住所或縣市隔離。護理人員在病人住院隔離期間擔任很重要的角色,運用關懷理論照護COVID-19病人以及家屬,執行全人全家全程的照顧理念,善用資通訊科技(ICT)的溝通工具及方法,促使家人們拉近距離,維持家庭支持功能的完整,本文藉由負壓隔離病房的照護經驗,提供護理人員照護COVID-19病人的參考。

Parallel abstracts


In May 2021, several COVID-19 cluster spread incidents occurred in northern Taiwan which resulted in a sudden upsurge of patients in hospital isolation and home isolation. Many people were isolated in hospitals, their homes, or in isolation facilities; there were even some families whose members were isolated in different facilities or different counties and cities. Nursing staff play a major role in the isolation of hospitalized patients. Using the Theory of Swanson Care in the treatment of COVID-19 patients and their families, we implemented the concept of whole-person, whole-family, whole process care; making proper use of ICT communication tools and methods, we helped to lessen the distance between family members and maintain the solidarity of family support. This paper provides a reference for nursing staff in the care of COVID-19 patients based on the experience of nurses working in the negative pressure isolation ward.

Parallel keywords

COVID-19 Isolation ward Theory of Swanson Care

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