Oncology missed care
Sabrina Orique, PhD, RN, AOCNS, OCN - Oncology/Hematology Clinical Nurse Specialist; Cassie Rodriguez, RN, CMSRN; Ashley Davis, RN; Tim Carrasco, RN, OCN; Pa Lee, RN
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- Kaweah Delta Health Care District, Visalia, California, USA
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Identified as a universal phenomenon, missing nursing care has a significant impact on patient safety and outcomes1. To better understand the impact missed nursing care has on the cancer patients, further exploration examining patient-reported missed nursing care is vital. Thus, the purpose of the proposed study was to identify aspects of nursing care most frequently missed as well as associated patient factors among oncology patients. A cross sectional, survey-study design was conducted between January to August 2019. A convenience sample of 111 hospitalized cancer patients meeting eligibility criteria were recruited to participate. Participants will be asked to complete a demographic questionnaire, Katz Index of Independence in Activities of Daily Living, and the MISSCARE Survey-Patient. Oral care was reported as the most frequent element of missed care, followed by ambulation, and assistance to chair. Age and type of cancer diagnosis (hematology versus oncology) were found to be significant (p < 0.05) patient factors associated with missed care. Findings indicate that missed care is prevalent among the oncology population.
Dr. Orique was the recipient of a DAISY Foundation grant in 2018. This poster is a summation of the funded study. It was accepted into the Sigma Repository as part of an ongoing recognition of the DAISY Foundation's commitment to nursing to disseminate evidence of their funded studies.
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|Cross-Sectional||Quantitative Research||Missed Care;