Een animatiefilm als hulpmiddel ter voorbereiding op een borstoperatie: een onderzoek naar effect, ervaringen en tevredenheid van zorgverleners en patiënten met de inzet van een animatiefilm tijdens het preoperatieve voorlichtingsgesprek op de mammapoli

Kolk, Anneloes van der (2011) Een animatiefilm als hulpmiddel ter voorbereiding op een borstoperatie: een onderzoek naar effect, ervaringen en tevredenheid van zorgverleners en patiënten met de inzet van een animatiefilm tijdens het preoperatieve voorlichtingsgesprek op de mammapoli.

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Abstract:Objective The purpose of this research is to gain more insight on the effects, experiences and satisfaction of specialized breast care nurses and patients with a animation movie used to provide information in the preoperative patient education at the breast cancer clinic. Research was conducted into the effects of animation on satisfaction, knowledge, perceived control, anxiety and depression, preoperative anxiety and information and health literacy levels. In addition, research was carried out the gain insight into the experiences, opinions and satisfaction of breast care nurses and breast cancer patients with the animation movie. Methods A quasi-experimental research with a pre-test and two post-tests has been performed. The experimental group and the comparison group both received the conventional patient education. The experimental group was also shown a animation movie, which provides insight in the breast surgery through animations, spoken audio and written texts. Respondents (N = 86) completed 3 questionnaires (the first after the diagnosis, the second after the preoperative consultation and before surgery and the last after surgery). In addition, retrospective, structured interviews with 6 breast care nurses and 6 patients were conducted. Results For breast care nurses the animated movie is a very useful tool to provide the preoperative consultation with a better structure , furthermore common questions from patients are answered when watching the movie. Breast care nurses praise the animation movie for giving insight into the complicated sentinel node biopsy and patients feel that they have a better idea of the breast surgery because it is visualized. The quantitative research shows that satisfaction about the received care and education was very good (average grade > 8). According to the SILS (cut-off > 2) 8 patients in the control group and 5 patients in the experimental group had a low health literacy. The results also showed that the animation has no effect on outcomes of satisfaction, knowledge, perceived control, anxiety and depression, preoperative anxiety and information and health literacy levels. The control and experimental groups did not differ significantly from each other. Conclusion The use of the animation movie is an added value in the preoperative consultation according to both breast care nurses and breast cancer patients. Quantitative research shows that the use of the animation movie has no effect. However, the appreciation of the use of the animation movie by both groups makes that there is an ‘effect’ on the preoperative patient education. Implications The added value of the use of an animation movie in the preoperative consultation is for both breast care nurses and breast cancer patients so high that will be recommended to continue the use of the animation. In the future, other films for breast surger need to be developed. Additional explanation (to include scars), need to be given orally by the breast care nurses, as well as psychosocial counseling. Further research in a larger study population is recommended.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
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Medisch Spectrum Twente
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:05 communication studies
Programme:Communication Studies MSc (60713)
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