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Suitable and quality palliative care, a look with a human approach from the nursing role

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Cristhian Yesid Rincón Gómez ,
Cristhian Yesid Rincón Gómez

Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia

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Daira Katrina Valoyes Martínez ,
Daira Katrina Valoyes Martínez

Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia

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Laura Rincón Álvarez ,
Laura Rincón Álvarez

Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia

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Maryuly Silva Bárcenas ,
Maryuly Silva Bárcenas

Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia

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Maria Andreina Pulido Montes ,
Maria Andreina Pulido Montes

Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia

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Abstract

Introduction: A production was created with scientific literature that approaches and introduces care focused on palliation, which is provided by nursing professionals, with a perspective from their ideal competencies for the management of patients who are approaching the end of life and your families. Methods: qualitative-hermeneutical study, narrative-interpretive and documentary in nature based on literature review. Objective: interpret and integrate conceptual frameworks referring to suitable and quality palliative care with a humanized approach based on the practices of the nursing role. Development: Currently, palliative care requirements are progressively increasing in various parts of the world, but “only 14% of people who need palliative care receive it” (WHO, 2020). Through the critical analysis of scientific literature, we seek to determine the ideal capabilities of palliative care nursing professionals, to guarantee the quality of life of people while it comes to an end, and answers are also given to questions that arise in integration. conceptual from the nursing role and its competencies, which were evaluated through structure indicators (those that measure the characteristics with which health services and physical, occupational, organizational and financial resources are presented), process indicators ( that measure the quality of care provided to the patient) and outcome indicators (that measure the success of the health care provided) (Mejía et al., 2020). Conclusions: It was evident that the nurses present in the palliative care services have their own competencies to perform in that field; it was also possible to identify the importance of providing mandatory, continuous and advanced training to the professional nurse in palliative care, since the nurse It is considered the main element in the care of the person and their environment under these conditions.

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Yesid Rincón Gómez C, Valoyes Martínez DK, Rincón Álvarez L, Bárcenas MS, Pulido Montes MA. Suitable and quality palliative care, a look with a human approach from the nursing role. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 18 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];4:1130. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/1130

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