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Attitudes towards caring for terminally-ill patients among in-serviced nursing students at Hanoi medical university, Vietnam

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 Ly Nguyen Thuy, Hien Nguyen Thi

 ABSTRACT

Patients with terminal illness suffer from complex symptoms required passionate caring from healthcare professionals including nurses. Within the Vietnamese context, little attention has been given to identifying what is required to prepare nurses’ attitudes to meet the increasing demands for quality end-of-life care.

Objectives

To explore in-serviced nursing students’ attitudes towards caring for terminally-ill persons and to examine factors influence in-serviced nursing students’ attitudes towards caring for terminally-ill persons.

Methods

The study used a cross-sectional survey design. The self-administered questionnaires consisted of demographic characteristics and Frommelt’ Attitudes towards Caring for the Dying (FATCOD).

Results

The results showed that nursing students demonstrated positive attitudes with mean score of FATCOD was 104.76 (SD=9.201). However, negative attitudes towards communication with dying patients were found among nursing students. Statistical significant relationships were existed amongst nursing experience (F= 3.378, p= 0.02), experience of caring for terminal illness (F=8.847, p<0.01) and working directly related to caring for terminally - ill persons (t=6.867, p<0.01) and the total scores on FATCOD. Moreover, end-of-life care education influenced serviced nursing students’ attitudes towards caring for terminally-ill patients (t=2.2, p=0.03).

Conclusions

There is a need for more end-of-life care education in order for nursing students to improve their attitudes in providing care for terminally-ill patients, particularly in communication skills.

Keywords

Attitudes, terminal illness, end-of-life care, nursing students ere found to regularly access the Internet at home and mostly access to online professional forums for weekly view and download relevant documents. Most students still require traditional teaching methods combined with online education because more time and appropriate skills are required to adapt to online education. All participants valued benefits of online learning. They acknowledged that online education’s participants need to be prepared to spend more time and be more active in learning. Participants agreed that online education will reduce travel and training cost. The assessment of the benefits of online learning that students will have to travel less and will reduce the cost of learning is quite clear.

 

Conclusions

Thus, the implementation of online medical education is appropriate with the current situation and learning needs of students.

Keywords

E-learning, online education, medical training, medical staff resource, Vietnam

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