Therapeutic relationship between nurse and family based on the theory of Joyce Travelbee, in a hospital in Lima

Peruvian Journal of Health Care and Global Health

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Title Therapeutic relationship between nurse and family based on the theory of Joyce Travelbee, in a hospital in Lima
Relación terapéutica entre enfermera y familia basada en la teoría de Joyce Travelbee, en un hospital de Lima
 
Creator Jahuancama Villagaray, Olga Liz
Espinoza Moreno, Tula Margarita
 
Subject Application of theory Joyce Travelbee; nurse and family; therapeutic relation
Aplicación de teoría Joyce Travelbee; enfermera y familia; relación terapéutica
 
Description OBJECTIVES: To describe the characteristics of the therapeutic relationship according to the Joyce Travelbee theory between nurse and family of patients hospitalized in emergency services of a hospital in Lima. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Descriptive and transversal, 60 family members participated, a perception survey was applied with Likert scale. RESULTS: According to Joyce Travelbee’s theory, the therapeutic relationship between the nurse and the family is considered positive for 58,3% of the relatives. For 41, 7% of this, the relationship is acceptable, and for 16% is positive. On the other hand, 41,6% considers this kind of relationship negative. 38,3 % of this considers not too acceptable, and 3,3%considers it negative. The therapeutic relationship between nurse and family, according to the dimensions, phases or stages established by Joyce Travelbee, are five. This relationship is appreciated in a positive way, especially in the phase of transfer in 75% of families, the phase of empathy in 51% of families. However, it is considered negative according to the order of priority in the phase of emergent identities in 59,5% of families, in the phase of original encounter in 55,9% of families, and in the phase of compassion in 53,1% of families. CONCLUSIONS: The interpersonal relationship between nurse and family is positive. The empathy and transfer phases are considered positive while the original encounter phases, emergent identities and compassion are considered as negative.
OBJETIVOS: Describir las características en la relación terapéutica según la teoría de Joyce Travelbee entre enfermera y familia de pacientes hospitalizados en servicios de emergencia de un hospital de Lima. MATERIALES Y MÉTODOS: Descriptivo y transversal, participaron 60 familiares, se aplicó una encuesta de percepción con escala tipo Likert. RESULTADOS: La relación terapéutica entre enfermera y familia, según la teoría de Joyce Travelbee, es considerada como positiva para 58,3% de los familiares, de estos 41,7% es aceptable, y 16% de familias es positivo. Mientras 41,6% consideran la relación negativa, de los cuales 38,3% consideran como poco aceptable y 3,3% como negativa. La relación terapéutica entre enfermera y familia, según dimensiones, fases o etapas planteadas por Joyce Travelbee, son cinco y se puede apreciar como positiva principalmente en la fase de transferencia en 75% de familias, seguida de la fase de empatía en 51% de familias, mientras que es considerada negativa según orden de prelación en la fase de identidades emergentes en 59,5% de familias, seguida de la fase de encuentro original en 55.9% de las familias y finalmente en la fase de compasión en 53.1% de familias. CONCLUSIONES: La relación interpersonal entre enfermera y familia es positiva. Las fases empatía y transferencia son consideradas positivas mientras que las fases encuentro original, identidades emergentes y compasión son consideradas como negativas.
 
Publisher Universidad de Ciencias y Humanidades
 
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Date 2017-09-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion



 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://revista.uch.edu.pe/index.php/hgh/article/view/8
 
Source Health Care & Global Health; Vol. 1, Núm. 1 (2017); 31-35
Peruvian Journal of Health Care and Global Health; Vol. 1, Núm. 1 (2017); 31-35
2522-7270
10.22258/hgh.2017.11
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://revista.uch.edu.pe/index.php/hgh/article/view/8/18
10.22258/hgh.2017.11.18
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2017 Olga Liz Jahuancama Villagaray, Tula Margarita Espinoza Moreno
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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