the effect of Knowledge Management Program of nurses for practice on Pediatric Patient with Central Venous Catheters Care guidelines at Pediatric’s surgical Ward

Authors

  • Sudprasert C, Promchot P, Porntheerapat N, Pisittakarn N

Keywords:

Knowledge management, Central venous catheter care, Blood stream infection

Abstract

Background: A treatment of pediatric patient with central venous catheterscan lead to complications. The importance of knowledge management program of nurses for practice on pediatric patient with central venous catheters care guidelinesaffects to the safety on patient outcomes. Objectives: The purpose is to study and compare means the effect of knowledge management program of nurses for practice on pediatric patient with central venous catheters care guidelines at pediatric’s surgical ward. Methods: This is a quasi-experimental research. Sample was 11 nurses of pediatric’s surgical ward at Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health. Instruments used in this study were 1. Knowledge management program on Dr. Wichan Phanit’s conceptual flamework. 2. Guidelines for the care of patients with central venous catheters 3. Another instrument used to gather data were observational follow-up guidelines for patients with central venous catheters. 11 nurses were recruited as experimental group before and after using the knowledge management program by the researcher and nurses from the Prevention and Control Unit of Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health. The tools used to collect data have been tested for reliability Cronbach’s alpha coefficients of 1 were analyzed using Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test comparing scores of practice on pediatric patient with central venous catheters care guidelines before and after giving intervention. Results: 1. Means of practice on pediatric patient with central venous catheters care guidelines after using the knowledge management program was very good level 2. Comparison of practice on pediatric patient with central venous catheters care guidelines after the use of knowledge management program was significantly higher than those in before experiment except for step change intravenous sets and the blood components sets. Conclusion: The knowledge management program helps nurses to follow the guidelines better.

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Published

01-06-2019

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ชุติมา สุดประเสริฐ พย.ม., ปานจิตต์ พรหมโชติ วท.ม., นันทพร พรธีระภัทร พย.ม., นราภรณ์ พิศิษฐการ พย.บ. the effect of Knowledge Management Program of nurses for practice on Pediatric Patient with Central Venous Catheters Care guidelines at Pediatric’s surgical Ward. j dept med ser [Internet]. 2019 Jun. 1 [cited 2022 Aug. 15];44(3):47-51. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JDMS/article/view/246767

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