In recent years, nursing autonomy has increased: clinical nurses in their daily practice undertake several independent and collaborative decisions. In addition, during nursing surveillance, clinical nurses collect data, intercept signs and/or symptoms of decline, early detect emerging problems and trigger a decision-making process by identifying interventions that lead to the attention of physicians, in advance - in order to be allowed to undertake the intervention; or after having implemented the intervention - in order to get an endorsement. The "near-decision making" process in a non-nursing field of autonomy, daily occurs, as a complex process that involves several aspects: individual, interpersonal, and organizational factors. To fill in the literature gap, a purposeful sample of expert nurses has been interviewed; then, using the hybrid model of Schwartz-Barcott & Kim, the concept of "near-decision making" has been described, as well as its attributes, antecedents and consequences were identified.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Titolo:||Le “quasi decisioni” assunte dagli infermieri: analisi del concetto|
|Autori:||Davolio, Federica; Mecugni, Daniela; Palese, Alvisa|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1701/2484.25974|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Articolo su rivista|
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