Sjuksköterskans uppfattningar om vård av barn på sjukhus i samband med barnets diabetesdebut

by de la Rosée, Tommy

Abstract (Summary)
Approximately 600 young people in the ages 0-14 years get diagnosed with diabetes mellitus type 1 in Sweden each year. The numbers of young people that get diagnosed with diabetes mellitus type 1 increase continuously. In connection with the diabetes debut, the entire family is affected. Parents, relatives and children must learn to live with the disease and above all, try to adapt the everyday existence on the basis of the new conditions that comes with the disease. To make this adaptation possible, the healthcare contributes with important knowledge and care, especially during the diseases debut. The aim of this study was to describe the nurse's way of experiences about care of children on hospitals in connection with the child's diabetes debut. A qualitative method and a phenomenographic approach were used in order to describe variations and ways of experience at the nurses. Data collection occurred during interviews. The result describes the nurse's way of experience in three categories: information, questions and the way out of the hospital. The result shows that the nurses notice problems and scarcity in the information they handle. They saw that the adaption to the everyday is important and that the nurses have an important role in this guidance. The knowledge from this study shows that it’s important to see the child together with the family. It also shows the value of good follow-up.
Bibliographical Information:


School:Högskolan i Skövde

School Location:Sweden

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:diabetes mellitus type 1 child relatives nursing nurse


Date of Publication:01/27/2008

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