Author(s): Noiseux S, Duhamel F
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Abstract The goal of this qualitative study was to determine, through a co-construction process with the study participants, the needs of parents preparing for their child's bone marrow transplantation and to evaluate nursing interventions intended to facilitate their adaptation. The study was conducted with the Guba and Lincoln research method, in which the intervention is evaluated using a construction of knowledge based on different perspectives. Consequently, a content analysis was done to determine the aspects to be considered and establish specific categories. The study found that being informed rapidly, meeting other parents and receiving support from the extended family are all needs experienced by parents that help identify appropriate nursing interventions.
This article was published in Perspect Infirm
and referenced in Family Medicine & Medical Science Research