Factors influencing poor nursing documentation from the perspective of nursing staff | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Factors influencing poor nursing documentation from the perspective of nursing staff

Author(s):Bijani M, Sadeghzadeh M , Khani Jeihooni A and Kashfi Seyyed Hannan

Nursing documentation is a sign implement nursing care. Proper principles in registration can be effective patient safety and security. These researches determine affecting factors not correctly registered nursing staff is done. The descriptive - analytic study of 80 nurses working in hospital in Fasa, selected by availability sampling and their perspective with the factors affecting lack of correct recording nursing.The data were analyzed by SPSS-19 software. 68 (85%) of the participants in the study were female and 12 (15%) were male. Median age of the study population 63/5 ± 91/28 years. Within the scope of the factors related to the nursing: lack of nursing, not having enough time, fatigue has importance were reported. Related area factors: high number of patients, work in high density were the most important. Relevant area of nursing management: the absence of continuous monitoring and evaluation system and the lack of discipline and encouragement were of the greatest importance. Relationship between other variables such as age, gender and experience factors are given in the text. Correct registered nursing is one of the most important functions and responsibilities of the professional nurse and continuous improvement to enhance the quality of registered nurses, is very important.

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