Fortalecer la coordinación de enfermería para mejorar el cuidado hospitalario

Palabras clave: Supervisión de Enfermería, Atención de Enfermería, Servicio de Enfermería en Hospital, Literatura de Revisión como Asunto

Resumen

Introducción: La coordinación adecuada para organizar la atención de enfermería a nivel hospitalario es decisiva frente al servicio que se ofrece a los sujetos de cuidado y al mejoramiento permanente de la institución. Objetivo: Describir qué dice la literatura mundial sobre cómo fortalecer el rol de coordinación de enfermería a nivel hospitalario. Materiales y Métodos: Búsqueda integradora de literatura bajo parámetros de Ganong, con publicaciones arbitradas, observación de seis años, sin límites geográficos, en idiomas inglés, español y portugués.  Resultados: De acuerdo con la literatura surgen tres categorías que incluyen: características del rol de coordinador de enfermería; impacto de esta coordinación en los resultados frente al sujeto de cuidado; y estrategias para fortalecer el rol de coordinación dentro de la institución. La evidencia que respalda el desarrollo de la coordinación de enfermería en el hospital es débil, con una mayoría de estudios de tipo descriptivo. Discusión: La coordinación de enfermería debe articular la dirección y la operación en el hospital y para ello requiere conocer y acompañar la directriz institucional a mediano y largo plazo y manejar estrategias de motivación y acompañamiento para facilitar su logro. Conclusiones:  En una institución hospitalaria, la enfermera coordinadora debe mantener el norte en medio de la cotidianeidad de la asistencia; acompañar y motivar al personal a su cargo mediante competencias de liderazgo, trabajo en equipo y conocimiento clínico e institucional.  Requiere para el ejercicio de su rol, proyectar el cambio y mantener un pensamiento integrador.

Como citar este artículo: Laverde Contreras Olga Lucia, Sánchez Herrera Beatriz. Fortalecer la coordinación de enfermería para mejorar el cuidado hospitalario. Revista Cuidarte. 2020; 11(2): e826. http://dx.doi.org/10.15649/cuidarte.826

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Olga Lucia Laverde Contreras, Universidad de La Sabana. Docente facultad de enfermería y rehabilitación, Bogotá, Colombia

Docente facultad de enfermería y rehabilitación, Universidad de La Sabana

Beatriz Sanchez Herrera, Universidad de La Sabana. Docente facultad de enfermería y rehabilitación. Bogotá, Colombia

Docente de alto prestigio, facultad de enfermería y rehabilitación. Universidad de La Sabana

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