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

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Abstract

Iranian Nurses’ Perspective on Non-Resuscitation: Content Analysis

Author(s): Fatemeh Bahramnezhad, Mohammad Ali Cheraghi and Neda Mehrdad

This study was conducted to evaluate the Iranian nurses’ perspective about non cardiopulmonary resuscitation.This study is Directed qualitative content analysis and analyzed the perspectives of 8 nurses on different aspects of the formulation of non-Resuscitation guidelines through semi-structured in-depth interviews (40 to 60 minutes). An interview guide was set based on the categories, and tips were provided for conducting interviews and performing the related codification in each class after analyzing the interviews. In the “professional” category, 4 codes of "futile care", "stereotyped care", "fear of distrust" and "moral distress"; in the “patient and family” category, 2 codes of "selfishness vs. sacrifice" and "protection of human dignity"; in the “moral” category, one code of "lack of understanding of the meaning of morality"; in the “legal” category, 2 codes of " fear of the law" and "fear of accusation of the nurse "; in the “religious” category, 3 codes of , "fate", "forgiveness of sins", and "miracle"; and in the “economic” category, one code of "money as a facilitating or hindering factor" were extracted.In the formulation of non-Resuscitation guidelines, it is necessary to pay special attention to the Iranian context and the extracted codes such as respect for human dignity, fate, miracle, lack of understanding of the meaning of morality, fear of accusation of nurses, and economic costs.


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