L’accoglienza del visitatore minore in terapia intensiva per adulti: un’indagine tra gli infermieri

Ricevuto: 2 agosto 2018
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    Nonostante un cambiamento culturale che ha permesso di adottare un modello di Terapia Intensiva (TI) aperta volta ad un’assistenza olistica incentrata sul Family Centered Care, ci sono ancora molte restrizioni nelle Terapie Intensive per adulti per l’accesso dei visitatori minori che vengono spesso esclusi o consentendolo solo ai visitatori adolescenti. Le motivazioni riscontrate in letteraturanon sono dimostrate da evidenze scientifiche ed il minore, non vedendo il proprio familiare, può interpretare la separazione come punizione emancanza di amore, sviluppando sentimenti di abbandono e senso di colpa.

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Barera, C., Ghedin, D., & Benetton, M. (2018). L’accoglienza del visitatore minore in terapia intensiva per adulti: un’indagine tra gli infermieri. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 35(2), 22–25. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2018.248