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Nursing challenges for universal health coverage: a systematic review.

Schveitzer MC, Zoboli EL, Vieira MM - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2016)

Bottom Line: to identify nursing challenges for universal health coverage, based on the findings of a systematic review focused on the health workforce' understanding of the role of humanization practices in Primary Health Care. systematic review and meta-synthesis, from the following information sources: PubMed, CINAHL, Scielo, Web of Science, PsycInfo, SCOPUS, DEDALUS and Proquest, using the keyword Primary Health Care associated, separately, with the following keywords: humanization of assistance, holistic care/health, patient centred care, user embracement, personal autonomy, holism, attitude of health personnel. thirty studies between 1999-2011.Primary Health Care work processes are complex and present difficulties for conducting integrative care, especially for nursing, but humanizing practices have showed an important role towards the development of positive work environments, quality of care and people-centered care by promoting access and universal health coverage. nursing challenges for universal health coverage are related to education and training, to better working conditions and clear definition of nursing role in primary health care.It is necessary to overcome difficulties such as fragmented concepts of health and care and invest in multidisciplinary teamwork, community empowerment, professional-patient bond, user embracement, soft technologies, to promote quality of life, holistic care and universal health coverage.

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Affiliation: Escola de Enfermagem, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

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Objectives: to identify nursing challenges for universal health coverage, based on the findings of a systematic review focused on the health workforce' understanding of the role of humanization practices in Primary Health Care.

Method: systematic review and meta-synthesis, from the following information sources: PubMed, CINAHL, Scielo, Web of Science, PsycInfo, SCOPUS, DEDALUS and Proquest, using the keyword Primary Health Care associated, separately, with the following keywords: humanization of assistance, holistic care/health, patient centred care, user embracement, personal autonomy, holism, attitude of health personnel.

Results: thirty studies between 1999-2011. Primary Health Care work processes are complex and present difficulties for conducting integrative care, especially for nursing, but humanizing practices have showed an important role towards the development of positive work environments, quality of care and people-centered care by promoting access and universal health coverage.

Conclusions: nursing challenges for universal health coverage are related to education and training, to better working conditions and clear definition of nursing role in primary health care. It is necessary to overcome difficulties such as fragmented concepts of health and care and invest in multidisciplinary teamwork, community empowerment, professional-patient bond, user embracement, soft technologies, to promote quality of life, holistic care and universal health coverage.

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Mentions: From potential 90 references, reduced to 53 non duplicated studies, 30 studies wereincluded and systematically reviewed: 29 qualitative and 1 quantitative as Figure 1 shows. Studies retrieved were undertakenbetween 1999 and 2011. One study was published in English and 29 in Portuguese.


Nursing challenges for universal health coverage: a systematic review.

Schveitzer MC, Zoboli EL, Vieira MM - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2016)

- Diagram of the process of inclusion and exclusion for all the studies inthe systematic review(15)
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f01: - Diagram of the process of inclusion and exclusion for all the studies inthe systematic review(15)
Mentions: From potential 90 references, reduced to 53 non duplicated studies, 30 studies wereincluded and systematically reviewed: 29 qualitative and 1 quantitative as Figure 1 shows. Studies retrieved were undertakenbetween 1999 and 2011. One study was published in English and 29 in Portuguese.

Bottom Line: to identify nursing challenges for universal health coverage, based on the findings of a systematic review focused on the health workforce' understanding of the role of humanization practices in Primary Health Care. systematic review and meta-synthesis, from the following information sources: PubMed, CINAHL, Scielo, Web of Science, PsycInfo, SCOPUS, DEDALUS and Proquest, using the keyword Primary Health Care associated, separately, with the following keywords: humanization of assistance, holistic care/health, patient centred care, user embracement, personal autonomy, holism, attitude of health personnel. thirty studies between 1999-2011.Primary Health Care work processes are complex and present difficulties for conducting integrative care, especially for nursing, but humanizing practices have showed an important role towards the development of positive work environments, quality of care and people-centered care by promoting access and universal health coverage. nursing challenges for universal health coverage are related to education and training, to better working conditions and clear definition of nursing role in primary health care.It is necessary to overcome difficulties such as fragmented concepts of health and care and invest in multidisciplinary teamwork, community empowerment, professional-patient bond, user embracement, soft technologies, to promote quality of life, holistic care and universal health coverage.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Escola de Enfermagem, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: to identify nursing challenges for universal health coverage, based on the findings of a systematic review focused on the health workforce' understanding of the role of humanization practices in Primary Health Care.

Method: systematic review and meta-synthesis, from the following information sources: PubMed, CINAHL, Scielo, Web of Science, PsycInfo, SCOPUS, DEDALUS and Proquest, using the keyword Primary Health Care associated, separately, with the following keywords: humanization of assistance, holistic care/health, patient centred care, user embracement, personal autonomy, holism, attitude of health personnel.

Results: thirty studies between 1999-2011. Primary Health Care work processes are complex and present difficulties for conducting integrative care, especially for nursing, but humanizing practices have showed an important role towards the development of positive work environments, quality of care and people-centered care by promoting access and universal health coverage.

Conclusions: nursing challenges for universal health coverage are related to education and training, to better working conditions and clear definition of nursing role in primary health care. It is necessary to overcome difficulties such as fragmented concepts of health and care and invest in multidisciplinary teamwork, community empowerment, professional-patient bond, user embracement, soft technologies, to promote quality of life, holistic care and universal health coverage.

No MeSH data available.


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