Does clinical debriefing in Emergency Departments help reduce work related stress for Nurses

Does clinical debriefing in Emergency Departments help reduce work related stress for Nurses Working in the Emergency Department?

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critique of the 5 peer-reviewed articles. Please See Attched and Include
• a brief introduction reiterating your research question and the purpose of the literature review
• a synopsis of the methodologies used in your five articles
• a presentation of the common themes that emerged from your critique of the articles
• agreements and disagreements within the articles
• an evaluation of the conclusions and recommendations presented in the articles
• commentary on the relevance of this review to your context of paediatric nursing, i.e. the answer to your research question
• a conclusion that addresses potential areas of practice review/development
• state what your literature review adds to the body of nursing knowledge.

Articles to be used for review:

Ross-Adjie, G.M., Occupational stress in the ED: what matters to nurses? Australasian emergency nursing journal, 2007. 10(3): p. 117-123.
Theophilos, T., et al., Debriefing critical incidents in the paediatric emergency department: current practice and perceived needs in Australia and New Zealand. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 2009. 21(6): p. 479-83.
Magyar, J. and T. Theophilos, Review article: Debriefing critical incidents in the emergency department. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 2010. 22(6): p. 499-506.
Adeb-Saeedi, J. Stress amongst Emergency Nurses. Australian Emergency Nursing Journal, 2002. 5 (2): p:19-24.
Tuckey, M.R., Issues in the debriefing debate for the emergency services: Moving research outcomes forward. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 2007. 14(2): p. 106-116.


 

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