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Title in Portuguese: “Ineffective role performance” nursing diagnosis in postpartum women : a descriptive study
Author: Cavalcanti, Bárbara Maranhão Calábria
Marques, Denise Cibelle Rodrigues
Guimarães, Fernanda Jorge
Mangueira, Suzana de Oliveira
Frazão, Iracema da Silva
Perrelli, Jaqueline Galdino Albuquerque
Keywords: Diagnóstico de Enfermagem
Relações Mãe-Filho
Depressão Pós-Parto
Issue Date: Jun-2014
Publisher: Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing
Citation: CAVALCANTI, B. M. C. et al. “Ineffective role performance” nursing diagnosis in postpartum women : a descriptive study. Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing, Rio de Janeiro, v. 13, n. 2, p. 250-258, jun. 2014.
Abstract: Aim: To investigate the “ineffective role performance” nursing diagnosis in postpartum women at family health centers. Method: A descriptive study was carried out in cities in interior Pernambuco, with a sample of 51 postpartum women. The component elements of the diagnostic presented were identified through the Postpartum Depression Screening Scale - PDSS. Results: We identified ineffective role performance in 52.9% of the sample. Anxiety, inadequate self-adaptation, and inappropriate self-control, were the most frequent defining characteristics. Disadvantaged economic status, stress and low levels of education were factors associated with the high percentage. Discussion: the phenomenon is correlated with depressive symptoms in the postpartum period as indicated in PDSS, especially anxiety and irritability, that substantially interfere in the relationship between mother and child. Conclusion: PDSS allowed the determination of a human response in the postpartum period, so it is an important instrument to be introduced in the professional activities associated with the Family Health Strategy program.
metadata.dc.type: Artigo de Periódico
ISSN: 1676-4285 On line
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