Three Guinean nurses present COEGI research assistance projects

 

 

 


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Co-financed by the General Council of Nursing, aids have been earmarked for research projects led by nurses and developed in the areas of geriatrics, childbirth and community health

The headquarters of the Official College of Nursing of Gipuzkoa (COEGI) has hosted the day of delivery of aid to the 2021 research of the entity, co-financed by the General Council of Nursing and provided with 10,000 euros.

During the meeting, streamed, nurses Olga Well, Naia Hernantes and Beatriz Pereda they have presented the objectives and scope of their projects. All three have emphasized the importance of aid to the nurse investigation such as those granted each year by COEGI to be able to advance and position the profession in the field of research.

 

Olga Well, nurse, has exposed the work “Application of a scale (test Alusti) in the geriatric population, the origin of which is the importance of determining the functionality of the elderly, in order to be able to intervene in health properly. “Sometimes, we find the problem that, depending on the person’s physical or cognitive situation, we cannot use existing instruments well. In the face of this we propose a functional assessment test independent of the cognitive state of the elderly,” he explained.

The Test Alusti, has detailed, has 10 items and the results are measured between a maximum score of 100 (excellent mobility) and 0 (total dependency). There is an abbreviated version of the test with 5 items whose score ranges between 50 points (conserved mobility) and 0 points (total dependency). “The advantage of this abbreviated version is that it does not require the collaboration of the person to whom the test is performed. Our overall objective has been to demonstrate the universal usefulness and applicability of the Alusti test in geriatric population, bearing in mind that it is simple and can also be applied in larger population with cognitive impairment,” said Olga Bueno.

For his part, Naia Hernantes has exposed the work: “CaPSalGOB Questionnaire: Measuring the capacity of municipal workers to promote the health of citizens.” Hernantes has bet that nurses, taking into account their competencies in health promotion, should assume the role of a link between citizenship and public bodies: “We have to extend our skills and involve ourselves in the local government,” he said.

As for the CaPSalGOB Questionnaire (Capacity for the Promotion of Health in Local Government), this is a 6-scale (questionary) tool: knowledge, awareness, resources, skills, sectoral commitment and government commitment: “orientated to assess the capacity of local government workers to promote the health of citizens”. After piloting in 2019, the aid to the research obtained will be used for the full validation of the tool.

Experience in hospital delivery
Beatriz Pereda, for her part, exhibited the work “Hospital Party: Perspectives of women and professionals for a positive experience”, a qualitative research with a phenomenological approach (that people would have their birth experience), carried out at the Donostia University Hospital.

He has reported that the objectives of the investigation were: analyse the needs or priorities perceived by mothers as essential; describe those experiences that are perceived by mothers as positive or negative in the paritory; explore the factors of professional care that can influence the satisfaction of women in their delivery experience; and define areas of improvement in clinical practice.

Some of the results of the research obtained refer to the need to: strengthen communication and therapeutic relationship; unify criteria hospital and primary care centres; involve the couple in the whole process of pregnancy-partum-puerp; and improve the spaces used in the care of pregnancies and childbirths, which requires the improvement of information, participation (which all parties feel protagonists) and consensual decision-making.

COEGI Research Advisory
During the aid delivery ceremony, COEGI research advisor Javier Ortiz de Elguea congratulated the three nurses for keeping the interest in the research “at times like the current ones” and recalled the importance of research aid such as those of COEGI: “which contributes to the continuation of research projects closer to the nurse practice, facilitating those who want to investigate part of the resources needed to do so.”

Three Guinean nurses present COEGI research assistance projects

Three Guinean nurses present COEGI research assistance projects

Co-financed by the General Council of Nursing, aids have been earmarked for research projects led by nurses and developed in the areas of geriatrics, childbirt

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2023-04-11

 

Three Guinean nurses present COEGI research assistance projects
Three Guinean nurses present COEGI research assistance projects

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