Gli esiti dell’Assistenza Infermieristica in Terapia Intensiva: protocollo di ricerca di una scoping review

Matteo Danielis, anne lucia leona Destrebecq, Stefano Terzoni, Alvisa Palese

Abstract

spinti dall’attuale bisogno di costruire organizzazioni sanitarie sempre più affidabili e orientate ai bisogni dei pazienti, numerosi sforzi sono stati messi in atto per quantificare e qualificare il contributo degli infermieri in termini di Esiti Sensibili alle cure Infermieristiche (ESI) in area critica. Sebbene molti studi siano stati condotti in Terapia Intensiva (TI), gli ESI da considerare nella progettazione di nuove ricerche sono limitati e non ben definiti. In questo lavoro, abbiamo delineato un protocollo di ricerca per la conduzione di una scoping review, con l’obiettivo di mappare le caratteristiche degli studi condotti finora sugli ESI in TI, e di formulare ipotesi di ricerca futura.

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