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María Begoña Errasti Ibarrondo

Líneas de investigación
Grupo Procesos crónicos, cuidados al final de la vida y familia. Universidad de Navarra, Grupo ATLANTES. Universidad de Navarra, IdisNA, Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Navarra, Grupo de Investigación Fenomenología, Educación y Experiencia Vivida (FEVI). Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
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4, (WoS, 11/02/2020)

Publicaciones científicas más recientes (desde 2010)

Autores: Wilson, D. M., (Autor de correspondencia); Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Low, G.; et al.
ISSN 1748-3743  Vol. 15  Nº 3  2020  págs. e12313
Autores: Wilson, D. M., (Autor de correspondencia); Anafi, F.; Kusi-Appiah, E.; et al.
ISSN 0897-1897  Vol. 54  2020  págs. 151279
Background: There is much current as well as long-standing concern that nurses need to be more involved in and also more adept at politics and political action for the advancement of the profession, and for the health and wellbeing of the public. Objectives: An historical scoping literature review was carried out to identify if, as well as why, when, and how nurses become involved in government or meso-level political action or politics, and what is or has been gained through this involvement. Design: Scoping literature review. Settings (including geographical location): Worldwide published literature. Participant: Nil. Methods: Research and non-research articles on the topic were identified in a decade-by-decade search of the CINAHL database, all relevant ones were retained, and the per-decade findings in them were compared over time. Results: Only 25 research reports, published 1988-2019, were identified. These studies were conducted in a few, mostly developed, countries. They provide a varied picture of nurse or nursing association involvement in political action and policy circles. In contrast, the opinion and theory articles demonstrate increased nurse and nursing association involvement in, as well as rising skill in political action and public policy engagement, although primarily in the United States and Canada. Conclusions: Research and case reports are needed now in all countries to correct the view that nurses and nursing associations are apolitical, and to gain in
Autores: Choperena Armendáriz, Ana; Pardavila Belio, Idoia; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña (Autor de correspondencia); et al.
ISSN 0260-6917  Vol. 87  2020  págs. 104360
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: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Wilson, D. M. ; Choperena Armendáriz, Ana
ISSN 1609-4069  Vol. 19  Nº 1  2020  págs. 65
Autores: Choperena Armendáriz, Ana; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña
ISSN 1609-4069  Vol. 19  Nº 1  2020  págs. 62
Autores: Wilson, D. M. , (Autor de correspondencia); Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Low, G.;
ISSN 1568-1637  Vol. 51  2019  págs. 78 - 84
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: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña (Autor de correspondencia); Jordán, J. A.; Pérez Diez del Corral, Mercedes; et al.
ISSN 1320-7881  Vol. 26  Nº 1  2019  págs. e12259
Phenomenology of practice is a useful, rigorous way of deeply understanding human phenomena. Therefore, it allows research to be conducted into nursing's most sensitive and decisive aspects. While it is a widely used research approach and methodology in nursing, it is seldom addressed and made use of in its practical and applied value. This article aimed to approach the global outlook of van Manen's hermeneutic¿phenomenological method to better understand its theoretical background and to address and support the contribution this method can make to nursing, if rigorously applied. For a professional discipline like nursing, van Manen's approach is especially interesting because, in addition to contributing to the body of knowledge of nursing, it provides a special kind of knowledge that allows nurses to act in a more reflective manner, and with tact and skill, in certain situations and relationships that arise in their daily practice. A more in¿depth understanding of this research methodology may help nurse¿researchers make good use of it and also harness knowledge derived from this type of research. This comes as a result of assuming that phenomenological texts, the final product of the research, have tremendous educational potential for people who read them carefully
Autores: Carvajal Valcárcel, Ana; Haraldsdottir, E.; Kroll, T.; et al.
ISSN 2046-9292  Vol. 2  Nº 9  2019  págs. 1 - 8
Background: Registered nurses are increasingly expected to provide person-centred end-of-life care. However, there is a gap between patients¿ needs and the capacity of nurses to meet the existing recommendations on provision of this care. Identifying the relevant barriers and facilitators can inform the development of strategies to support person-centred nursing. Aim: To identify registered nurses¿ perceived barriers and facilitators in terms of providing person-centred end-of-life care. Method: A scoping review was conducted according to the 2005 guidelines proposed by Arksey and O`Malley. The databases Medline, CINAHL, PsycINFO, Cochrane, Web of Science and Embase were searched using the period 2000 to 2018. Empirical studies, literature reviews and studies focusing on the experiences of generalist nurses providing end-of-life care were included. The selected articles were independently reviewed by two researchers. Results: A total of 2,126 publications were identified, with 26 retained after applying the eligibility criteria. Four barriers to providing person-centred care were identified: knowledge of end-of-life care; communication skills; coping strategies; and teamwork. Three main facilitators were identified: knowing the person in a holistic way; nurses¿ self-knowledge; and the development of a good nurse-person relationship. Organisational and managerial support also emerged to be important. These findings are reflected in the construct of McCormack and McCance¿s
Autores: Wilson, D. M., (Autor de correspondencia); Shen, Y.; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; et al.
ISSN 2075-4698  Vol. 8  Nº 4  2018  págs. 112
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.
Autores: Wilson, D. M., (Autor de correspondencia); Brow, R.; Playfair, R.; et al.
ISSN 2075-4698  Vol. 8  Nº 4  2018  págs. 108
Healthcare services are one of the twelve determinants of population health. While all types of healthcare services are important, timely access to hospital-based care when needed is critical. For three decades, long waits and wait lists for hospital admission and inpatient care have been a concern in Canada. Undersupply of hospital beds to meet population needs may be the cause of this as hospitals were downsized due to government funding cutbacks and hospital expansion has not occurred since despite population growth and aging. The availability of hospital beds for palliative population health needs may therefore be an issue, particularly as longstanding concern exists about terminally-ill and dying people being frequently admitted to hospital and having long hospital stays. A decline in hospital deaths in many developed countries, including Canada, could indicate that palliative population needs for hospital-based care are not being met. This paper compares the number of hospitals and hospital beds that exist in 9 Canadian provinces and 15 developed countries in relation to population and spatial considerations in an attempt to determine an optimal number of hospital beds for the general public and thus also palliative population health needs. Methods: Document analysis. Publicly-available hospital, population, and geographic information was sought for 9 Canadian provinces and 15 developed countries and compared. Results: Major differences in citizen to hospital bed ratios and citizen to hospital ratios across provinces and countries were found. The availability of hospitals and hospital beds clearly varies. Conclusion: Some regions may have too few hospitals and hospital beds to meet the palliative and other care needs of their citizens. Sufficient beds should exist so necessary admissions to hospital can occur without harmful delay.
Autores: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Jordán, J. A.; Pérez Diez del Corral, Mercedes; et al.
ISSN 0309-2402  Vol. 74  Nº 7  2018  págs. 1723 - 1734
Aims To offer a complete outlook in a readable easy way of van Manen's hermeneutic¿phenomenological method to nurses interested in undertaking phenomenological research. Background Phenomenology, as research methodology, involves a certain degree of complexity. It is difficult to identify a single article or author which sets out the didactic guidelines that specifically guide research of this kind. In this context, the theoretical¿practical view of Max van Manen's Phenomenology of Practice may be seen as a rigorous guide and directive on which researchers may find support to undertake phenomenological research. Design Discussion paper. Data sources This discussion paper is based on our own experiences and supported by literature and theory. Our central sources of data have been the books and writings of Max van Manen and his website ¿Phenomenologyonline¿. Implications for nursing The principal methods of the hermeneutic¿phenomenological method are addressed and explained providing an enriching overview of phenomenology of practice. A proposal is made for the way the suggestions made by van Manen might be organized for use with the methods involved in Phenomenology of Practice: Social sciences, philosophical and philological methods. Thereby, nurse researchers interested in conducting phenomenological research may find a global outlook and support to understand and conduct this type of inquiry which draws on the art.
Autores: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Wilson, D. ; Jordan, J. A.; et al.
ISSN 0885-3924  Vol. 56  Nº 6  2018  págs. E137
Autores: Carvajal Valcárcel, Ana; Haraldsdottir, E.; Kroll, T. ; et al.
ISSN 0885-3924  Vol. 56  Nº 6  2018  págs. E87 - E88
Autores: García Rueda, Noelia; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Arantzamendi Solabarrieta, María
ISSN 1134-248X  Vol. 23  Nº 3  2016  págs. 141 - 152
Noelia García-Rueda; Begoña Errasti-Ibarrondo; María Arantzamendi Solabarrieta. La relación enfermera-paciente con enfermedad avanzada y terminal: revisión bibliográfica y análisis conceptual. Medicina Paliativa. objetivo: Explorar y comprender el significado de la relación enfermera-paciente con enfermedad avanzada y terminal y sus beneficios a través de la literatura disponible. Método Revisión de la evidencia mediante búsquedas sistematizadas en las bases de datos Cochrane Library Plus, PubMed, UNIKA, PsycInfo y CINAHL, y mediante la técnica bola de nieve. La estrategia de búsqueda de palabras clave se dividió en 3 grandes bloques (relación enfermera-paciente, enfermería y persona cuidada con enfermedad avanzada y terminal). Tras la revisión bibliográfica se realizó un análisis conceptual de la bibliografía identificada para explorar el significado de los términos empleados, las diferencias y similitudes y las características que se le atribuyen a la relación enfermera-paciente en la literatura, así como sus beneficios y los requisitos previos para establecerla. Resultados Se incluyeron en el estudio 10 artículos y a través del análisis conceptual se exploró el significado de los términos empleados para aludir a la relación enfermera-paciente. Asimismo se identificaron las principales características que se le atribuyen a dicha relación: comunicación, confianza, comprensión y presencia, además de empatía y compasión.
Autores: Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; Oroviogoicoechea Ortega, Cristina; Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; et al.
ISSN 0962-1067  Vol. 25  Nº 17-18  2016  págs. 2413 - 2429
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To determine, from a systematic literature review, the experience of living with heart failure and to propose some practice guidelines and research questions. BACKGROUND: Chronic heart failure has been one of the fastest growing illnesses in recent decades, with almost 23 million people affected worldwide. This complex syndrome has multiple causes and appears when underlying heart disease is advanced. Currently, heart failure has no cure and leads to a significant deterioration in patients' quality of life. DESIGN: Qualitative meta-synthesis. METHODS: A qualitative meta-synthesis was conducted to extract and analyse qualitative research from the Cochrane, PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO, Web of Science and Cuiden databases. Snowball sampling and a manual search were performed to identify other relevant studies. RESULTS: Twenty-five qualitative studies were selected. The findings indicate that there are three main themes that describe the phenomenon. The first theme refers to the experiences related to the beginning of the process. The second theme is connected with the effects on the person: physical, emotional, social and spiritual changes. The third theme is linked with how to live with heart failure despite the illness, including the adjustment and coping process and how external resources can help them to manage. CONCLUSIONS: Heart failure has a major impact on the entire person, but some areas have not been addressed. By creating new tools to underst [...]
Autores: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Pérez Diez del Corral, Mercedes; Carrasco Gimeno, Jose Miguel; et al.
ISSN 0029-6554  Vol. 63  Nº 3  2015  págs. 255-268
Errasti-Ibarrondo, B; Pérez, M; Carrasco, J.M; Lama, M; Zaragoza, A; Arantzamendi, M. Essential elements of the relationship between the nurse and the person with advanced and terminal cancer: A meta-ethnography. Nursing Outlook DOI: 10.1016/j.outlook.2014.12.001 Indexada en: MEDLINE, CINAHL and the Journal Citation Reports published by Thomson Reuters. Área: Enfermería-SSCI Índice de Impacto (JCR Science 2014): 2.359 Posición de la revista en el área: 3/101 Cuartil: 1
Autores: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña; Martínez García, Marina; Carvajal Valcárcel, Ana; et al.
ISSN 0328-8390  Vol. 25  Nº 84  2014  págs. 243-256
Todos los modelos incluidos en esta revisión proporcionan a los profesionales de la salud un punto de partida para la reflexión e incorporación de prácticas que traten de preservar la dignidad social de los pacientes con enfermedad terminal. Uno de los modelos identificados ha sido aplicado a la práctica clínica con resultados positivos
Autores: Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; Ara Lucea, María Pilar; Simón-Ricart Cenizo, Aurora; et al.
ISSN 0300-8932  Vol. 67  Nº Supl 1  2014  págs. 272
Autores: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña (Autor de correspondencia); Arantzamendi Solabarrieta, María; Canga Armayor, Navidad
ISSN 1137-6627  Vol. 35  Nº 2  2012  págs. 269 - 283
La enfermería es una profesión que ha sufrido del estereotipo público durante mucho tiempo, estando sujeta a ser vista como una profesión predominantemente femenina, bajo el mandato médico y sin un campo competencial propio. Es innegable que en la última década se están sucediendo cambios trascendentales para la disciplina enfermera. En consecuencia, a través de esta revisión, con metodología sistemática, se pretende analizar la imagen social de la enfermería para poder vislumbrar si la población está percibiendo los cambios que se están sucediendo y si tiene una imagen cercana de lo que es o pretende ser. Tras realizar un análisis temático de las publicaciones seleccionadas han emergido ocho categorías, que pueden ayudar a explicar la visión que tiene la sociedad sobre la enfermería. Parece que predomina una ignorancia del público sobre la esencia y el foco de la disciplina, que es el cuidado de la persona, familia o comunidad. Asimismo, es una profesión poco visible ya que la sociedad todavía no la reconoce plenamente con un campo competencial propio. Con respecto a la autonomía e independencia de las enfermeras, se constata que hay una tendencia a verla como una profesión inferior a la medicina. Se percibe como una profesión estrechamente relacionada con «tareas» y se confía en ella para las actividades que le han sido asociadas tradicionalmente. No obstante, se va percibiendo como una profesión menos relacionada con la feminidad y más preparada que antaño.
Autores: Errasti Ibarrondo, María Begoña (Autor de correspondencia); Tricas Sauras, Sandra
ISSN 1130-2399  Vol. 23  Nº 4  2012  págs. 179 - 188
Objetivos Identificar, analizar y sintetizar los principales efectos que pueden relacionarse con las visitas flexibles para los familiares del paciente crítico adulto. Método Se realizó una revisión de la literatura científica en las bases de datos PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO, Cochrane Library y CUIDEN y un análisis temático del contenido de los artículos seleccionados. Resultados Se identificaron un total de 15 publicaciones que respondían al objetivo de la búsqueda. Tras la realización del análisis temático se identificaron 4 temas que incluyen los principales efectos derivados de las políticas de visita flexible para los familiares del paciente crítico: mejora de la satisfacción, reducción de la ansiedad y del estrés, la satisfacción de las propias necesidades familiares y el rol en el cuidado del paciente. Conclusión Las políticas de visita flexible, además de ser beneficiosas para los familiares del paciente crítico y el propio paciente, constituyen en sí mismas una necesidad. Se considera necesario favorecer la paulatina participación de la familia en el cuidado y la adquisición del un rol más notorio en el contexto de la visita y en su relación con el paciente.
Autores: Zaragoza Salcedo, Amparo; Serrano Monzó, Inmaculada; Olano Lizarraga, Maddi; et al.
Libro:  IX Simposium internacional de diagnósticos de enfermeria: lenguajes y personas : 7 y 8 de Junio de 2012, Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura : ponencias y comunicaciones
2012  págs. 237 - 241