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Child development: analysis of a new concept.

de Souza JM, Veríssimo Mde L - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2015 Nov-Dec)

Bottom Line: The new definition elaborated in concept analysis was validated by nine experts in focus group.It expresses the magnitude of the phenomenon and factors not presented in other definitions.The research produced a new definition of CD that can improve nursing classifications for the comprehensive care of the child.

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Affiliation: Departamento de Enfermagem, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Catalão, GO, Brazil.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: To perform concept analysis of the term child development (CD) and submit it to review by experts.

Method: Analysis of concept according to the hybrid model, in three phases: theoretical phase, with literature review; field phase of qualitative research with professionals who care for children; and analytical phase, of articulation of data from previous steps, based on the bioecological theory of development. The new definition was analyzed by experts in a focus group. Project approved by the Research Ethics Committee.

Results: We reviewed 256 articles, from 12 databases and books, and interviewed 10 professionals, identifying that: The CD concept has as antecedents aspects of pregnancy, factors of the child, factors of context, highlighting the relationships and child care, and social aspects; its consequences can be positive or negative, impacting on society; its attributes are behaviors and abilities of the child; its definitions are based on maturation, contextual perspectives or both. The new definition elaborated in concept analysis was validated by nine experts in focus group. It expresses the magnitude of the phenomenon and factors not presented in other definitions.

Conclusion: The research produced a new definition of CD that can improve nursing classifications for the comprehensive care of the child.

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f1: - Concept map with the results of the concept analysis of the term childdevelopment, according to the hybrid model

Mentions: The category antecedents of the concept was composed of factors related to CD found inliterature and in the talks of professionals, not differing in content (Figure 1). Theoretical and field phases werecomplementary, since sometimes the talk of professionals was more generic, but broughtadditional data to literature.


Child development: analysis of a new concept.

de Souza JM, Veríssimo Mde L - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2015 Nov-Dec)

- Concept map with the results of the concept analysis of the term childdevelopment, according to the hybrid model
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f1: - Concept map with the results of the concept analysis of the term childdevelopment, according to the hybrid model
Mentions: The category antecedents of the concept was composed of factors related to CD found inliterature and in the talks of professionals, not differing in content (Figure 1). Theoretical and field phases werecomplementary, since sometimes the talk of professionals was more generic, but broughtadditional data to literature.

Bottom Line: The new definition elaborated in concept analysis was validated by nine experts in focus group.It expresses the magnitude of the phenomenon and factors not presented in other definitions.The research produced a new definition of CD that can improve nursing classifications for the comprehensive care of the child.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Departamento de Enfermagem, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Catalão, GO, Brazil.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: To perform concept analysis of the term child development (CD) and submit it to review by experts.

Method: Analysis of concept according to the hybrid model, in three phases: theoretical phase, with literature review; field phase of qualitative research with professionals who care for children; and analytical phase, of articulation of data from previous steps, based on the bioecological theory of development. The new definition was analyzed by experts in a focus group. Project approved by the Research Ethics Committee.

Results: We reviewed 256 articles, from 12 databases and books, and interviewed 10 professionals, identifying that: The CD concept has as antecedents aspects of pregnancy, factors of the child, factors of context, highlighting the relationships and child care, and social aspects; its consequences can be positive or negative, impacting on society; its attributes are behaviors and abilities of the child; its definitions are based on maturation, contextual perspectives or both. The new definition elaborated in concept analysis was validated by nine experts in focus group. It expresses the magnitude of the phenomenon and factors not presented in other definitions.

Conclusion: The research produced a new definition of CD that can improve nursing classifications for the comprehensive care of the child.

No MeSH data available.