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Bibliographical entry (without author) :

Recommendations for enhancing psychosocial support of NICU parents through staff education and support. Journal of Perinatology

Author(s) :

S. L. Hall, J. Cross, N. W. Selix, C. Patterson, L. Segre, R. Chuffo-Siewert, P. A. Geller and M. L. Martin

Year of publication :

2015

URL(s) :

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC46600…
https://doi.org/10.1038/jp.2015.147

Résumé (français)  :

Fournir un soutien psychosocial aux parents dont les nourrissons sont hospitalisés dans l’unité de soins intensifs néonatals (USIN) peut améliorer le fonctionnement des parents ainsi que leurs relations avec leurs bébés. Pourtant, peu d’USIN proposent aux membres du personnel une formation qui leur permette d’exercer des méthodes optimales de communication avec les parents en détresse. La formation limitée du personnel sur la meilleure manière de fournir un soutien psychosocial aux familles est un facteur susceptible d’attirer l’attention des personnes qui travaillent à l’USIN sur le risque d’épuisement professionnel, de fatigue par compassion et de syndrome de stress traumatique secondaire. Le personnel qui souffre d’épuisement professionnel peut encore être moins en mesure de fournir un soutien efficace aux parents et aux bébés. Les recommandations visant à fournir au personnel de l’USIN une éducation et un soutien sont discutées. L’objectif est de fournir des soins qui illustrent la conviction selon laquelle la fourniture de soins psychosociaux et d’un soutien à la famille est tout aussi importante que la fourniture de soins médicaux et d’un soutien au développement de l’enfant.

Abstract (English)  :

Providing psychosocial support to parents whose infants are hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can improve parents’ functioning as well as their relationships with their babies. Yet, few NICUs offer staff education that teaches optimal methods of communication with parents in distress. Limited staff education in how to best provide psychosocial support to families is one factor that may render those who work in the NICU at risk for burnout, compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress syndrome. Staff who develop burnout may have further reduced ability to provide effective support to parents and babies. Recommendations for providing NICU staff with education and support are discussed. The goal is to deliver care that exemplifies the belief that providing psychosocial care and support to the family is equal in importance to providing medical care and developmental support to the baby.

Sumário (português)  :

O fornecimento de apoio psicossocial aos pais cujos bebês estão internados na unidade de terapia intensiva neonatal (UTIN) pode melhorar o funcionamento dos pais e o relacionamento com os bebês. No entanto, poucas UTINs oferecem educação para o pessoal que ensina métodos ótimos de comunicação com os pais em perigo. A educação limitada da equipe sobre a melhor forma de fornecer apoio psicossocial às famílias é um fator que pode tornar aqueles que trabalham na UTIN em risco de burnout, fadiga por compaixão e síndrome do estresse traumático secundário. Os funcionários que desenvolvem burnout podem ter uma capacidade ainda mais reduzida de fornecer apoio eficaz aos pais e bebês. As recomendações para fornecer educação e apoio aos funcionários da UTIN são discutidas. O objetivo é prestar cuidados que exemplifiquem a crença de que prestar assistência psicossocial e apoio à família é de importância igual à prestação de cuidados médicos e apoio ao desenvolvimento do bebê.

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Argument (français) :

Les méthodes de soutien du personnel devraient être approfondies en :
-Développant les Séances de compte rendu
-Encourageant la participation aux interventions de deuil
-Optimisant l’environnement physique
-Assurant le soutien des soins infirmiers, médicaux et hospitaliers

Argument (English):

Staff support methods should be deepened by:
-Developing the Reporting Sessions
- Participation in the participation in the mourning interventions
-Optimizing the physical environment
-Assuring support for nursing, medical and hospital care

Argumento (português):

Os métodos de apoio ao pessoal devem ser aprofundados por:
-Desenvolvendo as sessões de relatório
- Participação na participação nas intervenções de luto
-Otimizando o ambiente físico
-Assegurar apoio para cuidados de enfermagem, médicos e hospitalares

Keywords :

➡ attendance ; guidelines ; baby’s health ; post-traumatic stress

Author of this record :

ELISE MARCENDE — 25 Nov 2019

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