Yoğun Bakım Hemşirelerinin Yaşam Sonu Bakıma Yönelik Algıladıkları Engellerin ve Destekleyici Davranışların Belirlenmesi
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Aggun, G., Determining the Perceived Barriers and Supportive Behaviors of Intensive Care Nurses towards End-of-Life Care, Hacettepe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Master Thesis in Fundamentals of Nursing Programme, Ankara 2021. This study was carried out as a descriptive study to determine the perceived barries and supportive behaviors of intensive care nursing while providing end of life care. The study sample consisted of 278 nurses who have been working for at least six months in the intesive care unit at Ankara City Hospital. The data was collected through the Socio-demographic Charecteristichs Form of Nurses and Providing End-of-Life Care to Patients: Critical Care Nurses Perceived Obstacles and Supportive Behaviour Scale. Descriptive statictics, One Way Anova, Kruskall-Wallis and Mann-Whitney U tests were used to analyze the data. It was found that, the most critical barrier perceptions of nurses' for end of life care were “Families not accepting poor patient prognosis.” The most important perceived supportive behavior was “Physicians meet in person with the family after the patient’s death.” Statistically significant differences have been found according to nurses' socio demographic features in terms of perceived barriers and supportive behaviors (p<.05). It is suggested in line with the findings of this research.