Ludic representations of nursing technicians about the systematization of nursing care
Keywords:Education, Nursing, Associate, Nurses, Patient Care Planning, Nursing Process
The objective was to describing the ludic representations of nursing technicians about the Systematization of Nursing Care. This is a clipping of a phenomenological investigation results. The data were collected from a focus group with thirteen nursing technicians, using the construction of projective technique, based on the principles of Experiential Humanescent Pedagogy. The data analysis was carried out from guiding principles based on the work of Alfred Schutz. The ludic representation of nursing technical architects perpassed four thematic axes: Systematization of Nursing Care concept; benefits; problems experienced; and needs for improvement. It is concluded that nursing technicians represent positively the Systematization of Nursing Care, and believe in its consolidation. It is stressed that the use of the construction of billboards as projective technique constitutes an element qualifier of the study by stimulating the expression of subjectivities of the subjects surveyed.
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