ACİL HEMŞİRELİĞİNİN GÖRÜNMEYEN YÜZÜ: İNSAN OLARAK BEN NELER YAŞIYORUM?

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Karışık,  kalabalık  ve  stresin  yoğun  olduğu  yerler  olan  acil  servisler  dinamik  ve  heyecan  dolu  bir  yapıya   sahiptir.  Bu  nedenle  bu  kaotik  ortamda  hemşirelik  yapmanın  güzel  olduğu  kadar  zor  yanları  da  bulunmaktadır.   İyi  bir  acil  hemşiresinin  bilgili  olması,  üst  düzey  becerilere  sahip  olması  ve  bunları  etkin  kullanması  son  derece   önemlidir.   Acil   serviste   çalışırken   yaşadığım   olaylar,   bana   acil   hemşireliğinin   zorluklarını   göstermiştir.   Bu   nedenle  üç  yıllık  deneyimim  sonucunda,  bir  insan  olarak  yaşadıklarım  ve  çalışma  ortamındaki  stresin  etkileriyle   başetme  bu  derlemenin  temelini  oluşturmuştur.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Acil  hemşireliği;;  kişisel  anlatılar.

ABSTRACT
Invisible Face of Emergency Nursing: What am I Experience as a Human?
Emergency services are complicated, crowded and stressfull places. Also they have dynamic and

excitement   structure.   For   this   reason,   the   nursing   is   wonderfull   and   hard   in   this   caotic   enviroment.   It’s   very  

important that the professional emergency nurse has knowledge, high-level skills, and she/he use them effectively. I experienced the events while I was working in the emergency department showed me difficulties aspects of emergency nursing.. Therefore, the basis of this review is my experiences which are as human being at the end of three years' experience and to cope with the effects of stress in the work environment.

Key Words: Emergency nursing; personal narratives. 

 


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Acil  hemşireliği;;  kişisel  anlatılar

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17049/ahsbd.78986

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