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      Habilidade intuitiva no cuidado de enfermagem Translated title: Habilidad intuitiva en el cuidado de enfermería Translated title: Intuitive ability in nursing care

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          Este estudo teve por objetivo compreender a habilidade intuitiva de profissionais de enfermagem no cuidado. O método do estudo foi qualitativo, do tipo exploratório descritivo. A amostra foi composta de 78 membros da equipe de enfermagem do sexo feminino, sendo 31 enfermeiras, 29 técnicas de enfermagem e 18 auxiliares de enfermagem. O resultado deste estudo apontou diferentes níveis de habilidades intuitivas, referentes à iniciante, padrão e veterano. Não foi identificada a relação dos três níveis de habilidades intuitivas com os números correspondentes em anos, encontrados em estudo norte-americano. Os fatores que interferiram na experiência intuitiva estiveram ligados aos fatores ambientais e intra-interpessoais (personológicos). As experiências das profissionais retratam a importância da intuição no cuidado de enfermagem, principalmente em situações de dúvidas, conflito e, nesse sentido, sua função primordial foi a tomada de decisão para a melhor qualidade do cuidado de enfermagem.

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          El objetivo de esta investigación fue comprender la habilidad intuitiva de profesionales de enfermería en el cuidado. Se desarrolló una investigación cualitativa, del tipo exploratoria descriptiva, con una muestra de 78 profesionales de enfermería del sexo femenino, siendo 21 enfermeras, 29 técnicas de enfermería y 18 auxiliares de enfermería. El resultado evidenció diferentes niveles de habilidad intuitiva a saber: iniciante, patrón y veterano. No se encontró relación entre los tres niveles de habilidad intuitiva y los correspondientes números en años, abordados por una investigación norteamericana. Los factores que afectan la experiencia intuitiva en el cuidado de enfermería fueron ambientales e intra-interpersonales (personologicos). Las experiencias de las profesionales retratan la importancia de la intuición en el cuidado de enfermería, principalmente en situaciones de dudas y conflictos, y en este sentido su función principal es la tomada de decisión para mejor calidad del cuidado.

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          This study aimed to understand the intuitive ability of nursing professionals in caring. The study method was qualitative, adopting a descriptive exploratory approach. Sampling involved 87 female nursing professionals, being 31 nurses, 29 nursing technicians and 18 nursing auxiliaries. The result showed different levels of intuitive abilities, related to novice, standard, and veteran. The relation between the three levels of intuitive abilities and the corresponding figures in years, observed in a North American study, was not identified. The factors described as affecting the intuitive experience were both environmental and intra-interpersonal (personological). The experiences of the professionals portrayed the importance of intuition in nursing care, mainly in doubtful and conflicting situations and, in this sense, its vital function was decision-making towards better quality of nursing care.

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            FROM NOVICE TO EXPERT EXCELLENCE AND POWER IN CLINICAL NURSING PRACTICE

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              Intuition: an important tool in the practice of nursing.

              The aim of the study reported here was to evaluate the role of intuition, to examine nurses' understanding of intuition and their perceptions of their use of intuition, and to assess the impact of intuition on nursing practice. When we read the dictionary definition of intuition, we have a sense of the meaning but there is also a sense of something still not quite defined. Yet we instinctively know what intuition is. That is, of course, an example of intuition in itself: an understanding of the concept based on our feelings, knowledge and experience. Intuition is a concept neither clearly articulated nor adequately theorized in nursing. There is evidence to suggest that practising nurses use intuition and that its use can change outcomes for patients. Because of its influence on patient well being, it needs to be recognized as an important tool in the practice of nursing. The very nature of intuition determines that there will be little agreement on a precise definition and little empirical evidence to support its existence or worth. Neither of these issues detracts from the fact that intuition is an important part of nursing. Grounded theory was used as the overarching theoretical and methodological framework for this study. Using focus group interviews and the Delphi survey technique, data were collected from 262 Registered Nurses who volunteered to take part in the study. The theory that emerged from this study provides nurses with a way of articulating their understanding of intuition and their perceptions of its use in nursing practice. Intuition is not some mystical power that appears from nowhere, with no rational explanation or basis. The findings from this study show that it is a product of the synergy that occurs as a result of the interaction of a number of factors.
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                Journal
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                Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem
                Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem
                Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeirão Preto / Universidade de São Paulo (, SP, Brazil )
                0104-1169
                1518-8345
                August 2003
                : 11
                : 4
                : 429-435
                Affiliations
                [01] orgnameUniversidade Federal de Santa Catarina alcionep@ 123456nfr.ufsc.br
                Article
                S0104-11692003000400004 S0104-1169(03)01100404
                10.1590/S0104-11692003000400004
                9ef0eb1c-b3d8-456a-830a-e913f7859485

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

                History
                : 08 August 2002
                : 14 February 2003
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                Figures: 0, Tables: 0, Equations: 0, References: 20, Pages: 7
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                SciELO Revista de Enfermagem

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                empatia,empathy,intuition,knowledge,intuição,conhecimento,intuición,conocimiento

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