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Heydari A, Manzari Z S, Bagheri M. Facilitating and Impeding Factors in care of patient with obesity: A Qualitative Content Analysis. J Clinic Care Skill 2024; 5 (1) :1001-1010
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Nurses in caring for patients with obesity (PWO) face difficulties in providing services. The difficulty of care causes inaccurate and incomplete care and sometimes not receiving care, and as a result, there is a possibility of many complications for the patient. Therefore, in order to plan appropriate care for PWO, the factors affecting care must be identified. For this purpose, this study was conducted with the aim of explaining nurses' experiences of facilitating and impeding factors in providing care to PWO. In this qualitative conventional content analysis study, 20 nurses and 6 PWO in two large hospitals affiliated to Mashhad University of Medical Sciences were interviewed. The participants were selected by purposeful sampling and interview was conducted by in-depth and semi-structured. Data analysis was done using content analysis & MAXQDA software. The results of this study, according to the experiences expressed by the nurses, showed that the facilitating and impeding factors in providing care PWO in the hospital in four categories: "cooperation versus passivity in the process of self-care", "influential level family involvement at the patient's bedside", "organizational challenges in care" and "nurse competence level in care". Nurses and nursing managers, knowing the effective components in difficult care for PWO, can plan appropriate for these vulnerable patients. Organizational changes such as creating collaborative care in difficult situations, considering the patient classification system for PWO, providing large-sized welfare and treatment equipment, increasing he skill level of nurses, ways to improve interaction with the patient and his family can be practical solutionst.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2024/01/15 | Accepted: 2024/01/28 | Published: 2024/02/21

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