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An interview study on 'providing structure' as an intervention in psychiatric inpatient care : the nursing perspective

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PURPOSE: To gain insight into nurses' perceptions and use of providing structure (PS) as an intervention during psychiatric inpatient care. DESIGN AND METHODS: Interviews were conducted with nurses (n = 18) from two inpatient wards in psychiatry immediately following the occurrence of a PS event. This was done immediately following the occurrence of a PS event. Transcripts were analyzed using a qualitative coding process. FINDINGS: Four general and 14 specific PS activities were described associated with the nursing intervention PS. PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS: Nurses can now refer to specific activities of PS. An elaborated definition of PS is provided to facilitate a better understanding and using of PS as a psychiatric nursing intervention.
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Voogt, L Amar, Annet Nugter, Peter Goossens, and Theo van Achterberg. 2016. “An Interview Study on ‘Providing Structure’ as an Intervention in Psychiatric Inpatient Care : the Nursing Perspective.” Perspectives in Psychiatric Care 52 (3): 208–216.
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Voogt, L. A., Nugter, A., Goossens, P., & van Achterberg, T. (2016). An interview study on “providing structure” as an intervention in psychiatric inpatient care : the nursing perspective. PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE, 52(3), 208–216.
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Voogt LA, Nugter A, Goossens P, van Achterberg T. An interview study on “providing structure” as an intervention in psychiatric inpatient care : the nursing perspective. PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE. 2016;52(3):208–16.
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Voogt, L Amar et al. “An Interview Study on ‘Providing Structure’ as an Intervention in Psychiatric Inpatient Care : the Nursing Perspective.” PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE 52.3 (2016): 208–216. Print.
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  abstract     = {PURPOSE: To gain insight into nurses' perceptions and use of providing structure (PS) as an intervention during psychiatric inpatient care. 
DESIGN AND METHODS: Interviews were conducted with nurses (n = 18) from two inpatient wards in psychiatry immediately following the occurrence of a PS event. This was done immediately following the occurrence of a PS event. Transcripts were analyzed using a qualitative coding process. 
FINDINGS: Four general and 14 specific PS activities were described associated with the nursing intervention PS. 
PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS: Nurses can now refer to specific activities of PS. An elaborated definition of PS is provided to facilitate a better understanding and using of PS as a psychiatric nursing intervention.},
  author       = {Voogt, L Amar and Nugter, Annet and Goossens, Peter and van Achterberg, Theo},
  issn         = {0031-5990},
  journal      = {PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE},
  keywords     = {MENTAL-HEALTH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {208--216},
  title        = {An interview study on 'providing structure' as an intervention in psychiatric inpatient care : the nursing perspective},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ppc.12119},
  volume       = {52},
  year         = {2016},
}

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