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E Y, M D. Common types of missed nursing care reported in hematology/oncology wards: a systematic review. Journal title 2024; 11 (3) :91-104
URL: http://jms.thums.ac.ir/article-1-1221-en.html
1- Ferdows faculty of medical sciences, Birjand university of medical scineces
2- Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran
Abstract:   (400 Views)
Background & Aim: It seems that knowing the common types of missed nursing care plays a key role in planning for the future of nursing practice and reducing preventable and debilitating complications in hematology/oncology patients. Therefore, this study tries to reduce the gap between knowledge and practice by reviewing and summarizing forgotten nursing care in this environment.
Methods: The systematic review study was conducted using the PRISMA statement and searching in PubMed, Cochrane Library, Google Scholar Web of Science and Scopus. In order to retrieve related articles from the beginning of January 2009, the search was done with keywords Nursing Care Unfinished, Omission Nursing Care, Undone Nursing Care, Hematology, Oncology, Cancer and based on Mesh and logical operators (OR, NOT AND). The selection criteria of the studies included studies in English and access to the full text of the articles. Finally, 7 articles related to the purpose of the research were reviewed.
Results: the most common types of missed nursing care are in the dimensions of basic care, assessment, individual needs, and planning and education, respectively. Organizational and structural, communication and cultural factors and personal and occupational characteristics of nurses are among the factors in increasing the reporting rate of such cares.
Conclusion: Basic nursing care is the most common type of forgotten care in the hematology/oncology department, which is formed due to numerous individual and environmental factors. The findings of this study revealed the turning points of targeted interventions.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2023/10/18 | Accepted: 2024/03/4 | Published: 2024/03/12

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