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Experiences of patients and healthcare professionals with freedom-restrictive measures within the ZGT hospital

Verkerk, E.W.J. (2019) Experiences of patients and healthcare professionals with freedom-restrictive measures within the ZGT hospital.

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Abstract:The use of freedom-restrictive interventions has several negative consequences for patients and healthcare professionals. Therefore it is important to prevent the use of those interventions as much as possible, how that should be done is described in a guideline of Verzorgenden & Verpleegkundigen Nederland (V&VN). Within the ZGT hospital a crisis respond team was founded in order to prevent the use of freedom-restrictive interventions. However, there is no insight within the ZGT on experiences of healthcare professionals and patients with the crisis response team. In addition to that, the hospital does not meet the guideline of the V&VN regarding aftercare. Aftercare for patients after the use of freedom-restrictive measures is not arranged within the ZGT hospital. This study aims to provide insight in experiences of patients and healthcare professionals regarding the VIT and how to fill in aftercare after the use of freedom-restrictive measures. This study has a qualitative design. The first part of the data was collected through semi structured interviews based on the Personal Construct Theory. This theory describes how people make sense of experiences based on constructs. The second part of the data, regarding the aftercare, was collected by four semi structured open questions.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:TNW: Science and Technology
Subject:02 science and culture in general
Programme:Health Sciences MSc (66851)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/80219
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