Grupos Investigadores

Líneas de Investigación

  • Modelo de relación interpersonal entre la enfermera y la persona/familia cuidada: Innovando la educación en enfermería.
  • Modelo de relación interpersonal entre la enfermera y la persona/familia cuidada: Innovando el entorno de la práctica profesional de enfermería.
  • Modelo de relación interpersonal entre la enfermera y la persona/familia cuidada: Innovando el cuidado de salud de las personas y de las familias.
  • Modelo de relación interpersonal entre la enfermera y la persona/familia cuidada: Desarrollo de sus bases conceptuales y teóricas.

Palabras Clave

  • Ética de enfermería
  • Toma de decisiones
  • Respeto
  • Relación enfermera-persona/familia
  • Práctica reflexiva
  • Procesos crónicos
  • Presencia intencional
  • Modelo de cuidado
  • Liderazgo
  • Innovación
  • Familia
  • Experiencia
  • Entorno de la práctica
  • Enfermedad avanzada
  • Cuidado centrado en la persona
  • Conocimiento práctico
  • Conocimiento de la persona
  • Competencias profesionales
  • Aprendizaje experiencial

Publicaciones Científicas desde 2018

  • Autores: Ania González, Noelia; Olano Lizarraga, Maddi (Autor de correspondencia); Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica
    Revista: JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    ISSN 0309-2402 Vol.78 N° 2 2022 págs. 363 - 376
    Resumen
    Aims To identify the most effective interventions to empower cardiorenal patients. Design A systematic review of the literature has been carried out. Data sources The PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO and Cochrane databases were reviewed, and journals in the field were manually searched between January and February 2020. Review methods Five randomized clinical trials and quasi-experimental studies that met the selection and CONSORT & TREND methodological quality criteria were selected. Results The evidence supports that there are no existing interventions aimed at empowering cardiorenal patients. However, the interventions to empower people with chronic kidney disease and heart failure suggest that their integration should address seven domains: patient education, sense of self-management, constructive coping, peer sharing, enablement, self-efficacy and quality of life. Conclusion A gap has been revealed in the literature regarding the empowerment of cardiorenal patients. This review provides relevant information to help design, implement and evaluate interventions to empower these patients by describing the strategies used to empower people experiencing both chronic conditions and the tools used for their assessment. Impact There is a need for further research to design, implement and evaluate a multidimensional intervention that favours the empowerment of cardiorenal patients by using valid and reliable instruments that measure the domains that constitute it in an integrated manner. Interventions aimed at empowering the cardiorenal patient should include seven domains: patient education, sense of self-management, constructive coping, peer sharing, enablement, self-efficacy and quality of life.
  • Autores: Guibert Lacasa, Carlota; Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica (Autor de correspondencia)
    Revista: JOURNAL OF NURSING MANAGEMENT
    ISSN 0966-0429 Vol.30 N° 4 2022 págs. 913 - 925
    Resumen
    Aim This study aims to identify the most effective interventions to facilitate nurses' clinical leadership in the hospital setting. Background There is a gap in the literature on the identification and measurement of effective interventions for leadership skill development among clinical nurses in hospitals. To the best of our knowledge, no systematic review has been performed on this issue. Evaluation A systematic review was conducted. The PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO and Cochrane databases were reviewed. Data extraction, quality appraisal and narrative synthesis were conducted in line with Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines. Key issues The evidence reveals that interventions designed to promote nurses' clinical leadership are complex, requiring that cognitive, interpersonal and intrinsic competencies as well as psychological empowerment, emotional intelligence and critical reflexivity skills be addressed. Conclusions The development of multicomponent, theory-based and mixed-format programmes may be more suitable to facilitate nurses' clinical leadership in the hospital setting. Implications for Nursing Management Strategies to facilitate nurses' clinical leadership in the hospital setting should address simultaneously the knowledge and ability of bedsides nurses to solve the practical problem collaboratively with a sense of control, competency and autonomy. Hence, it would promote high quality care, satisfaction and retention of bedside nurses.
  • Autores: Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; Wallstrom, S.; Martín Martín, Jesús (Autor de correspondencia); et al.
    Revista: HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY
    ISSN 0966-0410 Vol.30 N° 4 2022 págs. E842 - E858
    Resumen
    Chronic heart failure (CHF) is a progressive and disabling condition that significantly impacts patients' daily lives. One of its effects is decreased opportunities to participate in social life, leading to reduced social interaction, loneliness, social isolation and lack of social support to continue with their daily life activities. This study aimed to explore the causes, experiences, and consequences of the impact of CHF on the social dimension of the person. According to the Arksey & O'Malley method, a scoping review of the literature was conducted to examine existing knowledge in the area, summarise existing evidence and identify gaps in the literature. The search was conducted in the PubMed, CINAHL, PsychINFO, Scopus, and Web of Science databases from January 2010 to November 2021. Twenty-six articles were identified. The reasons why CHF influences the social dimension of the person were multifactorial and related to physical aspects, sociodemographics, lifestyle changes and the feelings experienced by these patients. Social relationships play a key role, and the benefits of good social relationships and the impact of poor or inadequate social support were identified. Furthermore, the influence of alterations in the social dimension on the CHF patient's clinical outcomes was described. This approach will help to detect and better understand the bidirectional influence that exists in each person between social isolation, relationships, and support life experiences, self-care activities, and morbi-mortality rates. These findings have shown the importance of detecting higher-risk groups and systematically assessing factors related to the social dimension in all patients with CHF.
  • Autores: Elizondo Rodríguez, Nerea; Ambrosio, L. (Autor de correspondencia); La Rosa Salas, Virginia; et al.
    Revista: JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    ISSN 0309-2402 Vol.78 N° 1 2022 págs. 48 - 62
    Resumen
    Aim Survivorship care plans (SCPs) are recommended as a tool for the care of cancer survivors. SCPs have been implemented with a multidisciplinary approach; however, the specific role of nurses in the SCP is unknown. Our aim is to determine the role of nurses and their degree of participation in cancer SCPs. Design Integrative review of the literature with systematic methodology. Data sources PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO, Web of Science, Cochrane and Cancerlit databases were reviewed. Articles published up to March 2021 were included. Review method Of the 2,638 publications identified, 22 studies met our inclusion criteria. Quality of included studies was assessed using Joanna Briggs Institute quality assessment tools. Results The studies showed that nurses play a key role and participate in different phases of the SCP, including design, delivery, monitoring and coordination among different levels of care, with varying degrees of involvement and responsibility; design and delivery of the SCP are the phases with the highest nurse participation (18 out of 22 studies). The majority of SCPs are implemented in specialized, hospital-based care and focus on short-term cancer survivors, who are actively undergoing oncological treatments. Conclusion This review shows that nurses actively participate in the design, implementation and coordination of SCPs. However, SCPs focus on the acute survival and treatment phases, and there is a gap in their use in long-term cancer survivorship. This gap may be one reason the needs of long-term cancer survivors are not covered. Impact This review contributes to the current body of knowledge by addressing the role of nurses in cancer SCPs. We recommend the involvement of an advanced practice nurse as SCP coordinator to improve communication between cancer specialists and primary care providers and to promote continued care throughout the different phases of cancer survivorship, including long-term survival.
  • Autores: Villero Jiménez, Ana Isabel; Martínez Torregrosa, Naomi; Olano Lizarraga, Maddi (Autor de correspondencia); et al.
    Revista: ANALES DEL SISTEMA SANITARIO DE NAVARRA
    ISSN 1137-6627 Vol.45 N° 2 2022
    Resumen
    El autocuidado diádico en la insuficiencia cardiaca crónica (ICC) es clave para garantizar la continuidad del tratamiento, disminuir las complicaciones y los reingresos, y minimizar la sobrecarga del cuidador, pero demanda estrategias específicas. El objetivo fue identificar las intervenciones de autocuidado diádico en la ICC en el contexto hospitalario mediante una revisión sistemática de la literatura en PubMed, CINAHL y PsycInfo; la calidad metodológica se valoró según las herramientas de CASPe y del Joanna Briggs Institute. Se identificaron los principales componentes de las intervenciones: formato de administración; dimensiones y estrategias utilizadas (cognitivo-actitudinal, afectiva-emocional y conductual); proveedores y receptores; instrumentos de medida utilizados; y efectividad. La mayoría de estudios mejoraron los resultados, especialmente síntomas de depresión y/o ansiedad, adherencia al tratamiento, dieta y control del peso. Se recomiendan intervenciones innovadoras que incluyan componentes de las tres dimensiones identificadas y el uso de escalas válidas, fiables y específicas para medir los resultados.
  • Autores: Rodríguez-Matesanz, I.; Ambrosio Gutierrez, Leire; Domingo Osle, Marta; et al.
    Revista: CANCER NURSING
    ISSN 0162-220X Vol.45 N° 1 2022 págs. E134 - E145
    Resumen
    Background Cancer survivors (CSs) have needs that can negatively impact their quality of life (QoL). Oncology nurses play a key role in providing comprehensive care in cancer survivorship, although little is known about their impact on health outcomes. Objective The aim of this study was to determine the effectiveness of nursing interventions to improve QoL and satisfaction with care of CSs. Methods A systematic review was conducted. PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO, and Cochrane databases were searched for experimental studies. The Joanna Briggs Institute Checklist for Randomized Controlled Trials was used to verify the quality of the studies (Prospero reference: CRD42020148294). Results Of the 8 clinical trials eligible for inclusion, 5 demonstrated that interventions conducted by nurses improved the overall QoL or some of its domains in CSs. The included studies focused on short-term survival; no studies in long-term CSs were identified. Two studies assessed satisfaction with care of survivors, obtaining positive results. Conclusions Nursing interventions seem to improve the QoL of short-term CSs. However, because of the low number of studies identified, the findings of this systematic review should be interpreted with caution. Implications for practice Further studies are necessary to strengthen the implementation of effective nursing intervention in cancer practice. Research should particularly be conducted with long-term CSs as there is lack of data on this specific stage of cancer.
  • Autores: Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica; Rumeu Casares, María del Carmen; Olano Lizarraga, Maddi (Autor de correspondencia); et al.
    Revista: NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES
    ISSN 1441-0745 Vol.24 N° 1 2022 págs. 123 - 131
    Resumen
    Understanding the unique experience of nursing students providing frontline support in COVID-19 hospital wards is crucial for the design of strategies to improve crisis management and mitigate future pandemic outbreaks. Limited research concerning this phenomenon has been published. This qualitative study aimed to understand the experience of providing support from COVID-19 frontline nursing students' perspective. Online interviews were conducted with nine nursing students from April to May 2020; interview data were analyzed by content analysis using Burnard's method. Six main categories emerged from the data analysis: "experiencing a rapid transition from student to professional," "fear and uncertainty of the unknown," "resilience throughout the crisis," "sense of belonging to a team," "shared responsibility," and "importance of the profession." Based on these findings, multicomponent strategies that function in parallel with practical contexts should be developed to enable students to diligently adapt their abilities to their new role and cope with health crises.
  • Autores: Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica; Regaira Martínez, Elena (Autor de correspondencia); Rumeu Casares, María del Carmen; et al.
    Revista: JOURNAL OF NURSING MANAGEMENT
    ISSN 0966-0429 Vol.30 N° 1 2022 págs. 79 - 89
    Resumen
    Aim To explore experiences of frontline nurse managers during COVID-19. Background The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated care provision and healthcare management around the world. Nurse managers have had to face the challenge of managing a crisis with precarious resources. Little research has been published about the experiences of nurse managers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods A qualitative descriptive study of 10 frontline nurse managers at a highly specialized university hospital in Spain was carried out. Semi-structured interviews were conducted between June and September 2020. The Consolidated Criteria for Reporting Qualitative Research checklist was used for reporting. Results Six themes emerged: constant adaptation to change, participation in decision-making, management of uncertainty, prioritization of the biopsychosocial well-being of the staff, preservation of humanized care and 'one for all'. Conclusions This study provides evidence for the experiences of nurse managers during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, analysing these experiences has helped identify some of the key competencies that these nurses must have to respond to a crisis and in their dual role as patient and nurse mediators. Implications for Nursing Management Knowing about the experiences of frontline nurse managers during the pandemic can facilitate planning and preparing nurse managers for future health disasters, including subsequent waves of COVID-19.
  • Autores: Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; Martín Martín, Jesús (Autor de correspondencia); Pérez Diez del Corral, Mercedes; et al.
    Revista: HEART AND LUNG
    ISSN 0147-9563 Vol.51 N° 2022 2022 págs. 32 - 39
    Resumen
    Background: Chronic heart failure (CHF) is a syndrome that greatly impacts people's lives. Due to the poor prognosis of CHF, together with the frequent exacerbations of symptoms, death is a topic that is very present in the lives of patients with CHF. Objective: To explore thoughts about death experienced by patients with chronic heart failure in their daily lives. Methods: A hermeneutic phenomenological study was carried out. Conversational interviews were conducted with 20 outpatients with chronic heart failure. Analysis of the responses was based on the method proposed by van Manen. Results: From the analysis, four main themes emerged: (1) Feeling afraid of the possibility of dying; (2) Acceptance of the possibility of death; (3) Desiring death for relief from suffering; and (4) Striving to continue living to enjoy family. Conclusions: This study presents, as a novel finding, that people with CHF experience the possibility of near death on a daily basis. This experience, which they must encounter on their own, makes them afraid. In addition, some of them, in view of the discomfort they are living, wish to die, with some even considering committing suicide. (C) 2021 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc.
  • Autores: Choperena Armendáriz, Ana (Autor de correspondencia); La Rosa Salas, Virginia
    Revista: COLLEGIAN
    ISSN 1322-7696 Vol.29 N° 4 2022 págs. 444 - 447
    Resumen
    Background: In a period of hopelessness motivated by a restrictive Victorian society that confined women to the domestic realm, Florence Nightingale wrote the cathartic Cassandra (1852) in an attempt to transform her despair into rebellion. Aims: To discuss Nightingale's approach to women's role in Cassandra. Methods: Historical Research was used to analyse Cassandra. Data gathered from primary and secondary sources were synthesised and reported in terms of their historical context and significance. Findings: Adopting the genre of `sage writing¿, Nightingale positions herself as a female messiah in an autoreferential narrative that projects women's future possibilities for release. Discussion: Assuming the identity of a prophetic Greek heroine cursed to never be believed, Nightingale's Cassandra claims professional work as the liberating solution for Victorian women. Conclusion: For the first time, Nightingale predicts in Cassandra some incipient prerequisites for a future nursing path for women's change.
  • Autores: Wilson, D. M. (Autor de correspondencia); Underwood, L.; Kim, S.; et al.
    Revista: NURSING OUTLOOK
    ISSN 0029-6554 Vol.70 N° 1 2022 págs. 55 - 63
    Resumen
    Background Nurses' political engagement is needed for societal advancements. Purpose The purpose of this study was to explain why and how nurses became politically active, and what they achieved. Methods Qualitative, constant-comparative data analysis was used for this study. After 10 elected or politically-active Canadian nurses were interviewed, data saturation was confirmed. Findings All were motivated by early life events to realize the importance of social justice and good government. Their nursing education and work equipped them to be capable of engaging in political spheres. All had developed knowledge of relevance for political purposes; in addition to confidence, communication skills, and other abilities to be effective politically. All highlighted the importance of being encouraged and assisted to engage politically. Positive micro-, meso-, and macro-level benefits of this involvement were identified. Conclusions More nurses should be inspired and helped to become active politically. It is critically important for nurses to inform and advance public policy, through direct political activities.
  • Autores: Martín Martín, Jesús; Pérez Diez del Corral, Mercedes (Autor de correspondencia); Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; et al.
    Revista: JOURNAL OF FAMILY NURSING
    ISSN 1074-8407 Vol.28 N° 1 2022 págs. 17 - 30
    Resumen
    Currently, the dying process in Spain is moving to the home environment where responsibility for care falls largely on the family, thereby challenging and testing the stability of the family. Previous research has focused on the impact of illness on the primary caregiver; therefore, a knowledge gap exists. This study aimed to understand families' unitary experiences of providing home care to terminally ill family member. Using the "Model of Interpersonal Relationship Between the Nurse and the Person/Family Cared For," narrative research included family and individual interviews with nine families (9 groups/23 individuals). Thematic narrative analysis was used to interpret the interviews. The results highlight the impact of illness on family well-being as a whole. Family members often felt abandoned while caring for an ill family member and wished to be cared for themselves. However, their immediate community and the nurses caring for their ill family member neglected them. A paradigm shift is required by society and in home care at the end of life to better support the family.
  • Autores: González Luis, Hildegart
    Revista: TESELA
    ISSN 1887-2255 Vol.30 2022 págs. e14041
    Resumen
    Diversos estudios confirman que no existe una sintonía entre lo que las enfermeras son y lo que la sociedad conoce de ellas. Esta disociación genera consecuencias negativas en las propias enfermeras, en los pacientes y en el conjunto de la sociedad. Este artículo describe y aporta evidencia sobre una de las posibles causas que puede explicar por qué se produce esa desinformación. La hipótesis de partida es que las enfermeras no han recibido la formación adecuada para desarrollar la competencia comunicativa con todos los grupos de interés con los que interactuarán en su trayectoria profesional. La carencia es notoria cuando tienen que interactuar con los medios de comunicación. La mayoría de las enfermeras no han sido formadas para poder responder de manera eficaz a las demandas informativas que los periodistas pueden solicitarles. La escasa presencia de enfermeras en las informaciones que se publican sobre salud podría justificarse por lo tanto no sólo por el desconocimiento que los periodistas tienen sobre esta profesión, sino también por la falta de formación que las enfermeras han recibido al respecto durante su etapa universitaria. El artículo concluye animando a una reflexión / diálogo sobre esta cuestión desde los cuatro ámbitos en los que las enfermeras ejercen su profesión: asistencial, gestor, académico e investigador. Se confía en que este debate sea el germen que contribuya a que las enfermeras se formen para crear su propia narrativa. Con ello se favorecerá que la
  • Autores: Wilson, D. M. (Autor de correspondencia); Anafi, F.; Roh, S. J.; et al.
    Revista: HEALTH COMMUNICATION
    ISSN 1041-0236 Vol.36 N° 13 2021 págs. 1616 - 1622
    Resumen
    When someone is terminally ill, it is often a very stressful time for the dying person and their family. It would not be unusual for intra-family conflict, involving one or more family members and even the dying person, to occur. However, this type of conflict has not been identified as an end-of-life issue needing to be noticed and addressed or prevented when possible. This lack of attention could be because it is not known how common or how impactful this type of conflict is. A scoping research literature review was conducted for available 2004-2019 evidence on the incidence or prevalence of intra-family conflict, factors contributing to it or causing it, and the outcomes or impact of it. A search for published peer-review articles identified 18 research reports for a scoping review. The 18 studies, all conducted in developed countries, revealed intra-family conflict is often present; and with a range of harmful effects for the dying person, the family as a whole or individual family members, and other persons and organizations. The identified factors contributing to or predisposing intra-family conflict were grouped into three categories: (a) family disagreements over curative treatment and/or end-of-life care and decisions, (b) previous family conflict and other family dynamic matters, and (c) the dying process itself. The evidence identified through this scoping review, although relatively minimal, should be useful for planning future research and for [...]
  • Autores: Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña (Autor de correspondencia); Choperena Armendáriz, Ana
    Revista: NURSE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE
    ISSN 1471-5953 Vol.50 2021 págs. 102963
    Resumen
    Nurses' continuing professional development (CPD) improves the quality of nursing care, patients' safety, nurses' satisfaction and healthcare costs. However, evidence has shown that nurses do not always participate in their CPD and that CPD does not always address nurses' real needs. To examine this issue, a systematic review of the literature on nurses' experiences regarding their CPD in the clinical context was carried out. The studies selected for this review (n = 9) were analyzed thematically, through which three themes were identified: The relevance of CPD to nurses; the intrinsic and extrinsic motivations of nurses to participate in CPD; and the specific needs of nurses to participate in CPD. The findings of this review highlight that nurses' experiences regarding their CPD is a key issue that has not been deeply studied. For nurses, their CPD continues throughout their professional career, and keeping their knowledge and skills up to date is important. The goals, motivations and needs that nurses may have to lead and participate in their CPD may vary according to their age and position. Organizations should consider nurses' specific professional situation as well as their actual needs to boost their CPD through different approaches and enhance nurses¿ retention at hospitals.
  • Autores: Alonso-Fernández, S. (Autor de correspondencia); Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica
    Revista: ENFERMERIA INTENSIVA
    ISSN 1130-2399 Vol.32 N° 4 2021 págs. 227 - 229
  • Autores: Arbea Moreno, Leire (Autor de correspondencia); Beitia Berrotaran, Guadalupe; Vidaurreta Fernández, Marta; et al.
    Revista: EDUCACION MEDICA
    ISSN 1575-1813 Vol.22 N° Suppl. 5 2021 págs. 437 - 441
    Resumen
    La educación interprofesional (EIP) es clave para garantizar el aprendizaje integrado de los alumnos de diferentes titulaciones, que ejercerán una labor profesional basada en el cuidado centrado en la persona, de manera conjunta. El proyecto de EIP de la Universidad de Navarra pretende dar a los alumnos de medicina, enfermería y farmacia los conocimientos, habilidades y actitudes necesarias para trabajar de manera interprofesional, centrándonos en trabajo en equipo, conocimiento y respeto de roles, resolución de conflictos y comunicación interprofesional. Para ello, el equipo de docentes implicados en este proyecto ha tenido que trabajar colaborativamente, experimentando las claves de este trabajo interprofesional, centrado en el alumno, constituyendo una experiencia enriquecedora, constructiva, y que ha aportado las claves del trabajo en equipo necesario para llevar a cabo un proyecto docente de EIP.
  • Autores: Mason, S. (Autor de correspondencia); Ling, J.; Mosoiu, D.; et al.
    Revista: JOURNAL OF PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
    ISSN 1096-6218 Vol.24 N° 12 2021 págs. 1867 - 1871
    Resumen
    Background: Nominal group technique (NGT) is a well-established research method for establishing consensus. Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, research methods need to be adapted to engage with participants online. Objective: To determine the feasibility and acceptability of adapting NGT to an online format. Setting: Palliative care clinicians (n = 31) in Greece, Romania, and Spain. Methods: NGT discussions were used to elicit palliative care clinicians' opinions, and to rank priorities regarding their understanding and needs about clinical research. Preliminary online training of country-based facilitators was followed by content analysis of debriefing reports to capture learning related to the online NGT format. Results/Implementation: Three NGT sessions used online platforms (Zoom/MS Office/Mentimeter) for the meetings. Analysis of the facilitator reports generated three themes: preparation/facilitation/timing; optimizing technology; and interactions. Conclusions: Conducting NGT meetings online is viable and may be advantageous when compared with traditional face-to-face meetings, but requires careful preparation for participants to contribute effectively.
  • Autores: Paloma Mora, Beatriz; Olano Lizarraga, Maddi (Autor de correspondencia); Rumeu Casares, María del Carmen; et al.
    Revista: ANALES DEL SISTEMA SANITARIO DE NAVARRA
    ISSN 1137-6627 Vol.44 N° 3 2021 págs. 351 - 360
    Resumen
    Background. Establishing the level of chronic cardiac inpatient empowerment is essential. By doing so, it is possible to identify groups with a lower level. It also provides a basis for designing effective strategies to improve their control over decision making and the actions that affect their health and wellness. The shortage of studies of this phenomenon for this particular population and context suggests that such patients are not receiving proper care. Methods. A prospective and descriptive study was carried out. A validated Spanish version of the Patient empowerment in long-term conditions scale was used. The survey has 47 items, grouped into three dimensions: Positive attitude and feeling of control, Knowledge in shared decision making, and Seeking information and sharing with other patients. It was distributed 24 hours before hospital discharge. Results. Twenty five questionnaires were collected (81%). The mean global empowerment score of the patients was 165.92 +/- 20.9. The dimension Positive attitude and sense of control showed the lowest score, with a mean of 3.4 +/- 0.5. An inverse weak relationship was found between the level of empowerment and age (rho =-0.240; p = 0.000) while a positive one was found with 10-year survival (rho = 0,316; p= 0.01). Conclusion. The level of empowerment of the patients in this study was medium-high. The strategies used to address the care of this population should focus on working on their attitude towards the disease and perceived control of the situation, and should be individualized according to age.
  • Autores: Paloma Mora, Beatriz; Olano Lizarraga, Maddi (Autor de correspondencia); Rumeu Casares, María del Carmen; et al.
    Revista: ANALES DEL SISTEMA SANITARIO DE NAVARRA
    ISSN 1137-6627 Vol.44 N° 3 2021 págs. 351 - 360
    Resumen
    Fundamento. Conocer el nivel de empoderamiento de las personas con insuficiencia cardiaca crónica hospitalizadas es crucial para identificar a las personas con un nivel de empoderamiento más bajo y fundamentar el diseño de estrategias efectivas para mejorar su control sobre las decisiones y acciones que afectan a su salud y bienestar. La falta de estudio de este fenómeno en esta población y contexto, sugiere que estos pacientes no están siendo atendidos adecuadamente. Material y métodos. Estudio descriptivo, prospectivo. Se utilizó el Cuestionario de empoderamiento del paciente con enfermedad crónica, traducido y validado al español, que consta de 47 ítems, agrupados en tres dimensiones: Actitud positiva y sentido del control, Toma de decisiones compartida e informada, y Búsqueda de información y compartir entre iguales. Fue distribuido para su cumplimentación en las 24 horas previas al alta hospitalaria. Resultados. Se recogieron 25 cuestionarios (81%). La puntuación global media de empoderamiento fue de 165,92 ± 20,9. La dimensión Actitud positiva y sentido de control fue la peor puntuada, con una media de 3,4 ± 0,5. Se encontró una relación inversa y débil entre el nivel de empoderamiento y la edad (rho¿=¿-0,240; p¿=¿0,000) y una relación débil y positiva con la supervivencia a los 10 años (rho¿=¿0,316; p¿=¿0,01). Conclusión. El nivel de empoderamiento de los pacientes de este estudio fue medio-alto. Las estrategias para abordar la atención de esta población deberían centrarse en trabajar su actitud respecto a la enfermedad y percepción de control de la situación e individualizarse conforme a la edad.
  • Autores: Wilson, D. M. (Autor de correspondencia); Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña
    Revista: EVALUATION AND PROGRAM PLANNING
    ISSN 0149-7189 Vol.89 2021 págs. 101987
    Resumen
    A study of the bereavement programs provided by hospices in Ireland and the Canadian province of Alberta was done to determine if and how these are evaluated for efficacy. All but one hospice offered multiple different bereavement programs, with routine in-house evaluations of all programs performed. In all cases, staff and client unsolicited and solicited comments made during and at the end of each program provided data for continuing program refinement. Most hospices also routinely employed a self-devised questionnaire to gain specific sought information to retain or change programs. Other information, including news about program developments elsewhere, was also actively sought for program adoption or for the improvement of existing programs. With most bereavement programs having been in place for many years, participants were confident their programs are needed, safe, and effective. Their continuing quest for high-quality programming, however, meant they were active in monitoring these programs and in seeking developments in this field.
  • Autores: Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; Martín Martín, Jesús (Autor de correspondencia); Oroviogoicoechea Ortega, Cristina; et al.
    Revista: CLINICAL NURSING RESEARCH
    ISSN 1054-7738 Vol.30 N° 2 2021 págs. 171 - 182
    Resumen
    The complicated situation experienced by chronic heart failure (CHF) patients affects their entire well-being but clinical practice continues to fail to adequately respond to their demands. The aim of this study was to understand the meaning of living with CHF from the patient¿s perspective. A hermeneutic phenomenological study was conducted according to Van Manen's phenomenology of practice method. Individual conversational interviews were held with 20 outpatients with CHF. Six main themes emerged from the analysis: (1) Living with CHF involves a profound change in the person; (2) The person living with CHF has to accept their situation; (3) The person with CHF needs to feel that their life is normal and demonstrate it to others; (4) The person with CHF needs to have hope; (5) Having CHF makes the person continuously aware of the possibility of dying; (6) The person with CHF feels that it negatively influences their close environment.
  • Autores: Choperena Armendáriz, Ana (Autor de correspondencia)
    Revista: JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    ISSN 0309-2402 Vol.77 N° 3 2021 págs. 1422 - 1431
    Resumen
    Aims To analyse the evolving social role of female nurses in the American Civil War context in terms of gender, class and race and to examine whether their caring efforts correspond to the beginnings of a new nursing professional identity. Design Historical research. Methods Thirteen American Civil War nurses' triumphal narratives written between 1865-1902 were analysed. The search and work were carried out between 2012-2020. Women's history and thematic analysis provided, respectively, the theoretical and analytical frameworks. Results The arrival of the war was the catalyst for change. The nurses' autobiographies were written in a hostile environment where class and racial tensions had to be released. This analysis points to nursing care being transformed from its traditional domestic traits to a progressive and intentional professional dimension. Conclusion American Civil War nurses' autobiographies offer an innovative vision of their lives and their nursing work. Specifically, the autobiographical accounts provide new perspectives on the evolution of the authors' social dimension in terms of class, race and gender as well as the development of a new nursing professional identity in that context. Impact Illuminating overlooked meanings hidden in nurses' autobiographies improves women's visibility and their contribution to the history of nursing
  • Autores: Lizarraga-Cía, A.; Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica (Autor de correspondencia)
    Revista: GEROKOMOS
    ISSN 1134-928X Vol.32 N° 3 2021 págs. 172 - 177
    Resumen
    Presentación del caso: Paciente de 76 años residente en un centro geriátrico, con Alzheimer en fase moderada, que manifiesta agitación y estrés ante una situación incómoda. Ante la aparición de estos cambios conductuales, tanto la enfermera a su cuidado como la familia desconocen cómo actuar. Objetivos: Identificar, con base en la literatura científica, las intervenciones de enfermería más efectivas para manejar y prevenir cambios conductuales en una persona con Alzheimer en fase moderada y valorar la integración familiar en dichas estrategias de cuidado. Revisión bibliográfica: Se realizó una búsqueda bibliográfica en las bases de datos CINAHL y PubMed, seleccionándose 7 artículos. Resultados: Se han identificado cuatro tipos de intervenciones de enfermería para el manejo y prevención de cambios conductuales: sensitivas, ambientales, físicas y psicoemocionales. Existen escasas intervenciones desarrolladas en centros geriátricos que integren a la familia en el cuidado de los pacientes. Conclusión: La ejecución de las intervenciones de enfermería seleccionadas podrá favorecer una mejoría tanto en el manejo como en la prevención de los cambios conductuales. La realización de dichas actividades por parte de la unidad familiar incrementa los efectos positivos en la familia, la residente y en el equipo de enfermería. Sin embargo, se precisa un número mayor de estudios que integren a la familia para poder generalizar los resultados.
  • Autores: Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica (Autor de correspondencia); Alonso Fernandez, S.
    Revista: ENFERMERIA INTENSIVA
    ISSN 1130-2399 Vol.31 N° 3 2020 págs. 154 - 156
  • Autores: Pérez Paloma, Patricia; González Urmeneta, Itziar; Roda Casado, Cristina; et al.
    Revista: ANALES DEL SISTEMA SANITARIO DE NAVARRA
    ISSN 1137-6627 Vol.43 N° 3 2020 págs. 393 - 403
    Resumen
    El empoderamiento del paciente con insuficiencia cardiaca crónica es clave para mejorar su calidad de vida, autonomía, autoestima, nivel de satisfacción y los costes sanitarios. Sin embargo, las estrategias diseñadas para educar y cambiar su comportamiento no siempre tienen en cuenta a los pacientes como parte activa de su proceso. El objetivo de esta revisión sistemática fue identificar cuáles son las intervenciones de enfermería más efectivas para favorecer el empoderamiento del paciente con insuficiencia cardiaca crónica en el medio hospitalario. Para ello, se realizó una búsqueda en las principales bases de datos: CINAHL, Scopus, PhyINFO, PubMed y en revistas especializadas, seleccionándose ocho artículos para revisión, de los que cuatro fueron experimentales, dos cuasi-experimentales y dos revisiones sistemáticas. Del análisis de estos estudios se identificaron 3 tipos de intervenciones para empoderar a este tipo de paciente en este contexto: educativas, cognitivo-comportamentales y combinadas, siendo estas últimas las más efectivas. Los resultados de esta revisión también revelaron la caracterización de estas intervenciones, enfatizando su carácter holístico e individualizado. Por último, se aboga por el uso del Empowerment Questionnaire como un instrumento válido y fiable para medir el empoderamiento del paciente crónico hospitalizado. Esta revisión pone de manifiesto la escasez de estudios sobre esta temática, por lo que se recomiendan futuras investigaciones
  • Autores: Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; Zaragoza Salcedo, Amparo (Autor de correspondencia); Martín Martín, Jesús; et al.
    Revista: JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    ISSN 0309-2402 Vol.76 N° 1 2020 págs. 275 - 286
    Resumen
    Aim To explore the perception of normality in life experienced by patients with chronic heart failure. Design A hermeneutic phenomenological study was conducted. Methods Individual conversational interviews were held with 20 outpatients with chronic heart failure between March 2014-July 2015. Van Manen's phenomenology of practice method was used for data analysis. Results From the analysis, four main themes emerged: (a) Accepting my new situation; (b) Experiencing satisfaction with life; (c) Continuing with my family, social and work roles; and (d) Hiding my illness from others. Conclusions The present study makes a novel contribution to understanding the importance of the perception of normality in the lives of patients with chronic heart failure. It was found that patients need to incorporate this health experience into their lives and reach a 'new normal', thus achieving well-being. Several factors were identified that can help promote this perception in their lives; therefore, nursing interventions should be designed to help develop scenarios encouraging this normalization process. Impact Although the implications of having a sense of normality or experiencing 'normalization' of the illness process in life have been studied in other chronic patient populations, no studies to date have examined how patients with chronic heart failure experience this phenomenon in their lives. For the first time, the results of this research prove that the perception of normality is a key aspect in the experience of living with chronic heart failure.
  • Autores: Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica; Oroviogoicoechea Ortega, Cristina (Autor de correspondencia); Pittiglio, L.; et al.
    Revista: JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING
    ISSN 0962-1067 Vol.29 N° 23 - 24 2020 págs. 4806 - 4817
    Resumen
    Aim: To describe and explain nurses' protocol-based care decision-making. Background: Protocol-based care is a strategy to reduce variability in clinical practice. There are no studies looking at protocol-based care decision-making. Understand this process is key to successful implementation. Method: A multiple embedded case study was carried out. Nurses' protocol-based care decision-making was studied in three inpatient wards (medical, surgical and medical-surgical) of a university hospital in northern Spain. Data collection was performed between 2015 and 2016 including documentary analysis, non-participant observations, participant observations and interviews. Analysis of quantitative data involved descriptive statistics and qualitative data was submitted to Burnard's method of content analysis (1996). The data integration comprised the integration of the data set of each case separately and the integration of the findings resulting from the comparison of the cases. The following the thread method of data integration was used for this purpose. The SRQR guideline was used for reporting. Results: The multiple embedded case study revealed protocol-based care decision-making as a linear and variable process that depends on the context and consists of multiple interrelated elements, among which the risk perception is foremost. Conclusion: This study has allowed progress in protocol-based care decision-making characterisation. This knowledge is crucial to support the design of educational and management strategies aimed at implementing protocol-based care. Relevance to clinical practice: Strategies to promote protocol-based care should address the contexts of practice and the ability of professionals' to accurately assess the degree of risk of clinical activity. Hence, it will promote quality of care, patient safety and efficiency in healthcare cost.
  • Autores: Choperena Armendáriz, Ana; Pardavila Belio, Idoia; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña (Autor de correspondencia); et al.
    Revista: NURSE EDUCATION TODAY
    ISSN 0260-6917 Vol.87 2020 págs. 104360
    Resumen
    Background: Clinical narratives may be used as a means to improve the acquisition of clinical competences. Even though there are studies that recognize the potential value of clinical narratives to promote nursing professional development, there is no evidence that shows their value as a tool to improve nurses' competences to provide person-centred nursing care. Purpose: To evaluate the preliminary efficacy of narratives for the development of three nursing professional competences -respect, intentional presence and knowing the person- for providing person-centred care. Method: Using a pre-post quasi-experimental design, a pilot study with a total of 34 nurses enrolled in a training course of nursing specialization was conducted between September 2016 and June 2017. All the nurses received a multi-component intervention based on the Critical Reflective Inquiry model. The strategies of this programme consisted of writing three narratives, attending two masterclasses, participating in a discussion group, and participating in a face-to-face interview. The NarratUN Evaluation tool was used to assess the outcomes. Changes among nurses were analysed using the Wilcoxon signed Rank test. Results: The difference in the means between the pre- and post-intervention scores were statistically significant for respect [0.59 (95% CI 0.23-0.95; p = 0.001)], intentional presence [0.75 (95% CI 0.32-1.17; p < 0.0001)] and knowing the person [0.62 (95% CI 0.25-0.99; p = 0.001)]. The difference in the mean score for use of the narrative and reflection also increased significantly [0.65 (95% CI 0.32-0.98, p < 0.001)]. Conclusions: The use of narratives combined with other reflective strategies (masterclass sessions and discussion groups) proved to be effective for the development of professional competences of nurses.
  • Autores: Regaira Martínez, Elena; Vázquez Calatayud, Mónica
    Revista: INDEX DE ENFERMERIA
    ISSN 1132-1296 Vol.29 N° 4 2020 págs. e12805
    Resumen
    Objetivo: Describir el uso que hacen los profesionales de enfermería de las TIC. Metodología: Estudio descriptivo transversal, mediante encuesta auto-administrada, diseñada en base a la literatura, que mide el uso que los profesionales realizan de las TIC. Este instrumento consta de 14 preguntas cerradas y dos abiertas. Resultados: La tasa de respuesta fue del 25,7% (264/1.026). El 86% utilizaba el teléfono móvil para conectarse a internet. Las herramientas digitales menos utilizadas fueron las bases de datos electrónicas (41%) y la biblioteca virtual (27%). La edad fue un factor condicionante del nivel de conocimientos y uso de las TIC (rho=-0,413; p=0,000). Conclusiones: Este estudio ha proporcionado evidencia sobre el uso poco extendido de las TIC entre los profesionales de enfermería y su disminución conforme aumenta la edad, motivada por la falta de conocimientos y capacitación. Este conocimiento permitirá diseñar estrategias educacionales y de gestión de implantación de las TIC adecuadas.
  • Autores: Sarasa Monreal, María del Mar (Autor de correspondencia); Olano Lizarraga, Maddi
    Revista: ANALES DEL SISTEMA SANITARIO DE NAVARRA
    ISSN 1137-6627 Vol.42 N° 3 2019 págs. 309 - 324
    Resumen
    El enfoque de los profesionales de la salud está cambiando, pasando de centrarse en la enfermedad a orientarse hacia la salud y la experiencia individual de cada persona. Sin embargo, aunque esta perspectiva se considera relevante para los pacientes trasplantados cardíacos, la atención sanitaria actual se sigue centrando en la prevención y el tratamiento de las complicaciones médicas, dejando de lado otros aspectos importantes de su vivencia. El objetivo de esta revisión sistemática de la literatura fue explorar la experiencia de vivir con un corazón trasplantado y las implicaciones vitales que esto supone. Se realizó una búsqueda en las bases de datos Pubmed, Cinahl, Scielo, Scopus, Dialnet, Cuiden y PsyINFO, y en revistas especializadas y se incluyeron 25 artículos cuyo análisis e interpretación se basó en la metodología propuesta por Dixon-Woods y col y por Evans. Los resultados se agruparon en siete categorías: repercusiones espirituales, repercusiones psicológicas, repercusiones sociales, relación con el donante y el órgano, repercusiones en el ámbito físico y calidad de vida, estrategias de afrontamiento, y sentimientos hacia los profesionales. Los resultados confirman la necesidad de que haya un cambio en la atención que se presta a las personas trasplantadas cardíacas. Se ha visto que aunque el trasplante mejora la calidad y la cantidad de vida, tiene múltiples repercusiones psicosociales que afectan al bienestar y al día a día de estos pacientes.
  • Autores: Wilson, D. M. (Autor de correspondencia); Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Low, G.
    Revista: AGEING RESEARCH REVIEWS
    ISSN 1568-1637 Vol.51 2019 págs. 78 - 84
    Resumen
    Population ageing is escalating rapidly now worldwide. This is an important time to determine if ageism or discrimination against older people is of concern, such as it being prevalent and/or increasing in prevalence. Over the years, many ageism measurement tools have been developed, with research findings from their use of prime consideration then for determining the prevalence of ageism and any prevalence trends. All print and open access English-language research articles published in 1953+ that used one or more ageism measurement tools in a study were sought using the Directory of Open Access Journals and EBSCO Discovery Service. A total of 25 ageism measurement tools were identified. However, only six had been used one or more times to measure the prevalence of ageism. The identified prevalence levels varied considerably, but most investigations using small convenience samples, with limited generalizability of findings. This paper highlights the need to continue developing ageism measurement tools to estimate ageism or use other measures, such as census and population representative polling, to assess the extent and impact of ageism. This foundational measurement is needed, as ageism could be prevalent and growing in effect.
  • Autores: Jiménez Sádaba, A. M.; Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; Jiménez Navascués, L. M.
    Revista: EVIDENTIA
    ISSN 1697-638X Vol.16 N° e11351 2019 págs. 1 - 5
    Resumen
    Objetivo principal: Identificar las necesidades que presentan los pacientes con dolor crónico, cómo repercute en su vida y determinar terapias que contribuyen a mejorar el control del dolor. Metodología: Presentación de un caso, mujer de 81 años con úlcera venosa asociada a dolor crónico que afecta a su bienestar. Se realizó una revisión bibliográfica en las bases de datos Pubmed, Cinhal, Cuiden y Dialnet llegando a la inclusión de 11 artículos para su análisis. Resultados principales: Los pacientes con dolor crónico ven alteradas sus necesidades físicas, psicológicas y sociales. Se identifican factores que influyen positiva y negativamente en la experiencia con la enfermedad. Se comprueba la existencia de diversas terapias no farmacológicas eficaces en el control de los síntomas. Conclusión principal: El dolor crónico es una enfermedad que afecta de forma holística a la persona y que podría ser abordado con terapias complementarias a la farmacológica.
  • Autores: de Juan Pardo, María Ángeles (Autor de correspondencia); Saracíbar Razquin, María Isabel; Crespo, I. ; et al.
    Revista: REVISTA CLINICA ESPAÑOLA
    ISSN 0014-2565 Vol.218 N° 8 2018 págs. 435 - 444
    Resumen
    Background and objective: Pain assessment in individuals with advanced dementia and communication problems continue to be underdiagnosed and undertreated due to the difficulty in performing this assessment. This review explores and synthesises how pain in individuals with advanced dementia and communication problems are being assessed in the context of Spanish healthcare. Materials and methods: A systematic review of the literature was conducted following the PRISMA criteria. We reviewed the databases of PubMed, Web of Science, Cinahl, Scopus, Dialnet and Cuitatge up to December 2017. Four independent reviewers identified studies that included instruments to assess pain in individuals with dementia and communication problems in the Spanish healthcare context. We performed a narrative synthesis of the included articles. Results: After applying the inclusion criteria, 10 studies were included. Of these, 4 were methodological studies validating Spanish versions of scales (Abbey, Algoplus, Doloplus and PAINAD-Sp), and 1 was on the development of the original EDAD scale. We also identified 3 studies conducted in Spain that used a translation of the PAINAD, 1 study that used a Spanish translation of Doloplus2 and 1 publication that included the use in Spain of a scale not validated for this patient profile (Pain-VAS). Conclusions: There are currently several instruments validated in Spanish to assess pain in individuals with advanced dementia and communication problems (Abbey, Algoplus, Doloplus y PAINAD-Sp). However, these instruments have still not been widely used in research, and their psychometric properties could be improved. (C) 2018 Elsevier Espana, S.L.U. and Sociedad Espanola de Medicina Interna (SEMI). All rights reserved.
  • Autores: de Juan Pardo, María Ángeles; Saracíbar Razquin, María Isabel; Crespo, I.; et al.
    Revista: REVISTA CLINICA ESPAÑOLA
    ISSN 0014-2565 Vol.218 N° 8 2018 págs. 435 - 444
    Resumen
    Background and objective Pain assessment in individuals with advanced dementia and communication problems continue to be underdiagnosed and undertreated due to the difficulty in performing this assessment. This review explores and synthesizes how pain in individuals with advanced dementia and communication problems are being assessed in the context of Spanish healthcare. Materials and methods A systematic review of the literature was conducted following the PRISMA criteria. We reviewed the databases of PubMed, Web of Science, Cinahl, Scopus, Dialnet and Cuitatge up to December 2017. Four independent reviewers identified studies that included instruments to assess pain in individuals with dementia and communication problems in the Spanish healthcare context. We performed a narrative synthesis of the included articles. Results After applying the inclusion criteria, 10 studies were included. Of these, 4 were methodological studies validating Spanish versions of scales (Abbey, Algoplus, Doloplus and PAINAD-Sp), and 1 was on the development of the original EDAD scale. We also identified 3 studies conducted in Spain that used a translation of the PAINAD, 1 study that used a Spanish translation of Doloplus2 and 1 publication that included the use in Spain of a scale not validated for this patient profile (Pain-VAS). Conclusions There are currently several instruments validated in Spanish to assess pain in individuals with advanced dementia and communication problems (Abbey, Algoplus, Doloplus y PAINAD-Sp). However, these instruments have still not been widely used in research, and their psychometric properties could be improved.
  • Autores: Rumeu Casares, María del Carmen; Oroviogoicoechea Ortega, Cristina; Jones, D. A.; et al.
    Revista: TESELA
    ISSN 1887-2255 Vol.22 2018
    Resumen
    Es preciso desarrollar entornos de la práctica que permitan realizar un trabajo de enfermería acorde a sus objetivos y capacitación, y a las necesidades de salud de las personas/familias. Las organizaciones están desarrollando modelos de práctica profesional de enfermería (MPPE), para empoderar a sus enfermeras y mejorar la calidad de sus intervenciones. Se presenta el MPPE de la Clínica Universidad de Navarra. Su estructura y valores están basados en el Modelo de relación interpersonal entre la enfermera y la persona/familia cuidada, obtenido de la investigación. Además, se han identificado y definido las características del entorno de la práctica profesional enfermera. La implicación más importante de su definición y desarrollo tiene que ser la mejora de la práctica de enfermería y de la relación que las enfermeras establecen con la persona/familia. Este hecho está asociado con una satisfacción de las enfermeras y de las personas/familia y de los resultados obtenidos.
  • Autores: Álvarez Lerma, Francisco (Autor de correspondencia); Palomar Martínez, Mercedes; Sánchez García, Miguel; et al.
    Revista: CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    ISSN 0090-3493 Vol.46 N° 2 2018 págs. 181-188
    Resumen
    Implementation of the bundle measures included in the "Pneumonia Zero" project resulted in a significant reduction of more than 50% of the incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia in Spanish ICUs. This reduction was sustained 21 months after implementation.
  • Autores: Wilson, D. M. (Autor de correspondencia); Shen, Y.; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; et al.
    Revista: SOCIETIES
    ISSN 2075-4698 Vol.8 N° 4 2018 págs. 112
    Resumen
    Background: Concern has existed for many years about the extensive use of hospitals by dying persons. In recent years, however, a potential shift out of hospital has been noticed in a number of developed countries, including Canada. In Canada, where high hospital occupancy rates and corresponding long waits and waitlists for hospital care are major socio-political issues, it is important to know if this shift has continued or if hospitalized death and dying remains predominant across Canada. Methods: Recent individual-anonymous population-level inpatient Canadian hospital data were analyzed to answer two questions: (1) what proportion of deaths in provinces and territories across Canada are occurring in hospital now? and (2) who is dying in hospital now? Results: In 2014-2015, 43.9% of all deaths in Canada (excluding Quebec) occurred in hospital. However, considerable cross-Canada differences in end-of-life hospital utilization were found. Some cross-Canada differences in hospital decedents were also noted, although most were older, male, and they died during a relatively short hospital stay after being admitted from their homes and through the emergency department after arriving by ambulance. Conclusion: Over half of all deaths in Canada are occurring outside of hospital now. Cross-Canada hospital utilization and inpatient decedent differences highlight opportunities for enhanced end-of-life care service planning and policy advancements.

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    Código de expediente: PI20/01644
    Investigador principal: ANA CARVAJAL VALCARCEL.
    Financiador: INSTITUTO DE SALUD CARLOS III
    Convocatoria: 2020 AES Proyectos de investigación
    Fecha de inicio: 01-01-2021
    Fecha fin: 31-12-2023
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    Código de expediente: PI17/00195
    Investigador principal: MARIA ISABEL SARACIBAR RAZQUIN.
    Financiador: INSTITUTO DE SALUD CARLOS III
    Convocatoria: AES2017 PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN
    Fecha de inicio: 01-01-2018
    Fecha fin: 30-06-2022
    Importe concedido: 12.551,33 €
    Fondos FEDER: SI
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    Investigador principal: MAIDER BELINTXON MARTIN
    Financiador: UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA
    Convocatoria: 2020 Convocatoria PIUNA, 2021 Convocatoria PIUNA
    Fecha de inicio: 01-09-2020
    Fecha fin: 31-08-2022
    Importe concedido: 14.200,00 €