La rilevazione del fabbisogno formativo degli infermieri di area critica: una revisione sistematica della letteratura

Ricevuto: 31 ottobre 2023
Accettato: 23 febbraio 2024
Pubblicato: 26 marzo 2024
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Introduzione: gli infermieri che lavorano in area critica devono essere dotati di competenze che garantiscano un processo assistenziale efficiente e di qualità. Obiettivo di questa revisione è individuare le tecniche di rilevazione del fabbisogno formativo degli infermieri di area critica, individuando le principali competenze richieste e sottolineando l’importanza dell’istituzione di programmi formativi specifici e standardizzati.

Materiali e Metodi: è stata condotta una revisione sistematica della letteratura fra gennaio e aprile 2023, includendo gli studi pubblicati tra il 2013 e il 2023, provenienti da quattro banche dati, escludendo quelli inerenti la formazione sul COVID-19 o l’ambito pediatrico/ostetrico-ginecologico.

Risultati: dopo selezione in base ai criteri d’inclusione ed esclusione e valutazione qualitativa, sono stati inclusi 23 studi che rispondevano opportunamente al quesito di ricerca.

Discussione e Conclusioni: lo studio ha individuato le tecniche maggiormente utilizzate per la rilevazione del fabbisogno formativo fra gli infermieri di area critica e le principali competenze ritenute necessarie, sottolineando l’importanza dell’istituzione di programmi formativi specifici, permanenti e standardizzati a livello internazionale che vengano elaborati a partire dalla rilevazione del fabbisogno formativo degli infermieri stessi.

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Tafi, V., Marucci, A. R., Pucci, A., Torretta, C., & Marti, F. (2024). La rilevazione del fabbisogno formativo degli infermieri di area critica: una revisione sistematica della letteratura. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 41(1). https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2024.569