Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review

Heumann M, Röhnsch G, Hämel K (2022)
Journal of Advanced Nursing 78(1): 26-47.

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Background Primary healthcare nurses’ potential to enable patient and community participation has been increasingly acknowledged. A conceptual understanding of their contributions within a broad range of participation processes is still lacking. Aims The aims of this study were to develop a conceptual framework that provides information on the role of primary healthcare nurses in shaping participation processes with patients and communities in the context of chronic diseases and to identify conditions that enable or hinder the promotion of patient and community participation by nurses. Design An integrative review was conducted. Data sources Twenty-three articles published from 2000 to 2019 were included in the analysis: 19 retrieved from PubMed and CHINAL and 4 added through other sources. Review methods An inductive data analysis and quality appraisal of studies were conducted. Results The analysis reveals four areas where nurses are involved in facilitating patient and community participation: (1) sharing understanding of health problems and needs, (2) developing resources and facilitating patient education for self-management, (3) raising patients’ voices as an advocate in service development and (4) supporting individual and community networks. The conditions affecting nurses’ engagement in fostering participation processes are as follows: (1) care priorities and overall workload, (2) nurses’ attitudes towards participation and (3) users’ acceptance of nurses as partners. Conclusions Future research can use the framework as a basis for empirical studies investigating nurses’ involvement in pursuing patient and community participation. Interventions should focus less on indirect forms of participation, like patient education or advocacy, but should also focus on active forms of participation. Research is needed on nurses’ involvement in community participation processes. Impact This framework can be used and adapted in future research on patient and community participation in primary healthcare. It describes areas of participation and the facilitators and barriers within the broad range of activities of primary healthcare nurses.
Stichworte
chronic diseases; community health nurses; community health services; empowerment; long-term care; outpatients; patient-centred care
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Advanced Nursing
Band
78
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
26-47
ISSN
0309-2402
eISSN
1365-2648
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Heumann M, Röhnsch G, Hämel K. Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2022;78(1):26-47.
Heumann, M., Röhnsch, G., & Hämel, K. (2022). Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 78(1), 26-47. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14955
Heumann, M., Röhnsch, G., and Hämel, K. (2022). Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing 78, 26-47.
Heumann, M., Röhnsch, G., & Hämel, K., 2022. Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 78(1), p 26-47.
M. Heumann, G. Röhnsch, and K. Hämel, “Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review”, Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol. 78, 2022, pp. 26-47.
Heumann, M., Röhnsch, G., Hämel, K.: Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 78, 26-47 (2022).
Heumann, Marcus, Röhnsch, Gundula, and Hämel, Kerstin. “Primary healthcare nurses’ involvement in patient and community participation in the context of chronic diseases: An integrative review”. Journal of Advanced Nursing 78.1 (2022): 26-47.
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