School Nurses’ Experiences Working With Students With Mental Health Problems: A Qualitative Study

@article{Jnsson2019SchoolNE,
  title={School Nurses’ Experiences Working With Students With Mental Health Problems: A Qualitative Study},
  author={Julia J{\"o}nsson and Malin Maltestam and Anita Bengtsson Tops and Pernilla Garmy},
  journal={The Journal of School Nursing},
  year={2019},
  volume={35},
  pages={203 - 209}
}
The aim was to describe school nurses’ experiences working with students with mental health problems. In this inductive qualitative study, interviews were conducted with 14 school nurses in Sweden. The content analysis revealed three themes: (1) sense of worriedness about working with students with mental health problems, (2) taking care of students with mental health issues was an opportunity for personal and professional development, and (3) the experience of making a difference for young… Expand
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