Pojmovanje znanja pri študentih zdravstvene nege: mednarodna perspektiva

  • Majda Pahor Univerza v Ljubljani Zdravstvena fakulteta Zdravstvena pot 5 SI-1000 Ljubljana
  • Barbara Domajnko Univerza v Ljubljani Zdravstvena fakulteta Zdravstvena pot 5 SI-1000 Ljubljana
  • Elisabeth Lindahl Umeå University Department of Nursing SE-90187 Umeå Sweden

Povzetek

Uvod: Izobraževanje za zdravstveno nego se v okviru bolonjske prenove na evropski ravni razvija v smeri večje primerljivosti. Izkušnje s poučevanjem v Sloveniji in na Švedskem so v ospredje postavile tudi pomen vidika študentov, njihovo pojmovanje znanja in prakse zdravstvene nege. Namen prispevka je raziskati, kako slovenski in švedski študenti dodiplomskega študija zdravstvene nege pojmujejo znanje, ki ga potrebujejo za delo na področju zdravstvene nege. Metode: Izvedena je bila kvalitativna raziskava. Z vprašalnikom, ki je vseboval vprašanja odprtega tipa, so bila pridobljena mnenja 174 študentov zdravstvene nege z Univerze v Ljubljani in 109 študentov zdravstvene nege s švedske University of Umea. Tekstovno gradivo je bilo obdelano s kvalitativno analize vsebine. Rezultati: Prepoznane so bile štiri podkategorije. V povezavi z vsebino znanja sta bili analitično oblikovani podkategoriji »telo in bolezni« ter »ljudje in komunikacija«. V povezavi z namenom sta bili prepoznani podkategoriji »izvajati zdravstveno nego« in »biti medicinska sestra«. Glavna tema, »integracija«, je nakazala, da se študenti zavedajo kompleksnosti bodočega dela in potrebe po širokem integriranem znanju. Diskusija in zaključek: Med vključenimi slovenskimi in švedskimi študenti je bilo več podobnosti kot razlik. Študenti so se zavedali kompleksnosti odgovornosti in so izrazili potrebo po integraciji različnih kompetenc. Medpoklicno izobraževanje bi moralo postati konstitutivni del izobraževalnih programov za zdravstveno nego.

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Biografije avtorja

Majda Pahor, Univerza v Ljubljani Zdravstvena fakulteta Zdravstvena pot 5 SI-1000 Ljubljana
red. prof. dr. Majda Pahor, univ. dipl. soc.
Barbara Domajnko, Univerza v Ljubljani Zdravstvena fakulteta Zdravstvena pot 5 SI-1000 Ljubljana
doc. dr. Barbara Domajnko, prof. angl, dipl. soc. kult.
Elisabeth Lindahl, Umeå University Department of Nursing SE-90187 Umeå Sweden
assist. prof. Elisabeth Lindahl, RNT, PhD

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Pahor, M., Domajnko, B. in Lindahl, E. (2015) Pojmovanje znanja pri študentih zdravstvene nege: mednarodna perspektiva, Obzornik zdravstvene nege, 49(1). doi: 10.14528/snr.2015.49.1.47.
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