Nurses' attitudes and perceptions of pain assessment in neonatal intensive care.

@article{Plkki2010NursesAA,
  title={Nurses' attitudes and perceptions of pain assessment in neonatal intensive care.},
  author={Tarja P{\"o}lkki and Anne Korhonen and Helena Laukkala and Timo Saarela and Katri Vehvil{\"a}inen-Julkunen and Anna-Maija K Pietil{\"a}},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of caring sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={
          49-55
        }
}
BACKGROUND Pain assessment of premature infants continue to be ineffective. The problem may be partly because of misconceptions or lack of knowledge in the assessment of pain in children. AIMS This paper reports a study to describe nurses' attitudes towards and perceptions of pain assessment in neonatal intensive care and the demographic factors related to these attitudes and perceptions of pain. METHODS The participants consisted of 257 Finnish nurses who were recruited from all five of… CONTINUE READING

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