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Escolher formato: Padrão Ficha Formato Reduzido Nomes MARC Campos MARC
No. Registro   001593285
Entrada Principal   LinkOliveira, Maria Amélia de Campos
Título   LinkQuality of life for caregivers of São Paulo hospital home care program.
Imprenta   Montréal : Sigma Theta Tau International, 2006.
Descrição   CD-ROM.
Idioma   Inglês
Nota   Em CD-ROM
Autor Secundário   LinkAmendola, Fernanda (*)
  LinkSportello, Elisabete Finzch (*)
  LinkKimura, Miako
Autor Secundário   LinkInternational Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidenced-Based Practice (17. 2006 Montréal)
Fonte   LinkIn: Abstracts, Montréal : Sigma Theta Tau International
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Resumo/Outros   Learning objective #1: understad the quality of life of caregivers of the Home Care Program of University of São Paulo Hospital. Learning objective #2: discuss how home care services should face the challenge of addressing caregivers’ quality of life. Home health care comprises a set of integrated actions carried out by caregivers who receives guidance from the health team. The tasks given to the caregiver, the alternation of routines and the time spent on care affected the caregiver’s quality of life (QOL). Purpose: To characterize the profile and evaluate the QOL of the caregivers served by the University of São Paulo Hospital Care Program. Method: The WHOQOL-bref, a generic questionnaire compeosed of 24 questions divided into four domains (Physical, Psychological, Social Relationshiop and Environment), in addition to two questions about QOL in general, was administered to 38 of the 45 caregivers enrolled in the programme. Mostly were married, catholic, women, aged between 41-70 years of age with incomplete primary education, living at home with low income. Ethical considerations: Approval of the study was obtained from the Hospital Ethics Committee. Each participant signed an informed consent in which their right to whitgraw whitout penalty was assured. The results of the WHOQOL-bref showed satisfactory reliability (Cronbach’s Alpha=0.88). On a scale of zero to 100, the Physical domain obtained the higest score (65.04), and the Environment, the lowest (54.11).
  The aspects that contributed most to high quality of life in each domain were mobility (Physical domain), spirituality (Psychological domain), social support (Social relationship domais) and the physical environment of the home (Environment). The worst aspects were related to sleep and rest (Physical domain), positive feelings (Psychological domain), sexual activity (social Relationship domain) and opportunities for recreation/leisure (Environment). Implications: Caregivers’ self-recognition and satisfaction derived from caring must be recognized, but national health care system should take resposibility for caregivers physical and mental health, as well as their human and social rights. International literature presents specific instruments for the QOL assessment of caregivers, taht still need to be culturally adapted and validated
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