"Just Kind of Negotiate" - Pediatric Nurses' Experiences of Identifying and Managing Constipation in Hospitalized Children

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 501B
Date: Fri, Apr 26th, 2019
Time: 9:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Description:

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Session Type: Research

Session Description: Constipation in hospitalized children is a frustrating problem for pediatric nurses to manage. Competence in negotiation skills may be as important as timely identification of constipation for a successful outcome. Subtle, inter-related complexities including parents, coworkers, and attitudes can influence the care of hospitalized children with constipation.
Primary Presenter Bio: Eileen Sherburne is a Clinical Nurse Specialist for the Spina Bifida program. Eileen has more than 25 years experience in caring for children with neurologic impairment. The presentation is her doctoral dissertation research.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Session Type: Research

Session Description: Constipation in hospitalized children is a frustrating problem for pediatric nurses to manage. Competence in negotiation skills may be as important as timely identification of constipation for a successful outcome. Subtle, inter-related complexities including parents, coworkers, and attitudes can influence the care of hospitalized children with constipation.
Primary Presenter Bio: Eileen Sherburne is a Clinical Nurse Specialist for the Spina Bifida program. Eileen has more than 25 years experience in caring for children with neurologic impairment. The presentation is her doctoral dissertation research.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Hospital of Wisconsin