Research project Family centered nursing is a growing research area in Sweden. This intervention study will evaluate effects from health promoting conversations, conducted by nurses, with families experiencing a life after a family member has survived a stroke.
Evidence for effects of family centred nursing with families in which a family member has survived a stroke is still very limited. When family members take on a caregiving role it may be seen as a short term health economic advantage for the society, but possibly a long term disadvantage because of costly consequences leading to illness and disease for the individual caregiver. If families are not given the support needed, the caregiving might result in increased physical and mental strain. Nurses’ health promoting conversations has shown to alleviate suffering and improve family health and well-being in families living with illness.
Finansår , 2010, 2011, 2012
huvudman: B-I Saveman, finansiar: VR, y2010: , y2011: 100, y2012: 100,
huvudman: B-I Saveman, finansiar: SFP-V, y2010: 300, y2011: , y2012: ,
huvudman: B-I Saveman, finansiar: Institutionsmedel, y2010: , y2011: 700, y2012: 700,
huvudman: K Sundin, finansiar: Stroke-Riksförbundet, y2010: 100, y2011: 70, y2012: ,