Competencias enfermeras de la especialidad de enfermería familiar y comunitariauna revisión sistemática

  1. Lucía Pérez-Vico Díaz de Rada
  2. María Begoña Sánchez Gómez
  3. Gonzalo Duarte Climents
  4. Pedro Ruymán Brito Brito
  5. Trinidad Rufino Delgado
Journal:
ENE Revista de Enfermería

ISSN: 1988-348X

Year of publication: 2013

Issue: 7

Pages: 7

Type: Article

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Abstract

Aim: It presents a systematic review of the available evidence on specialty competencies Family and Community Nursing (SAS Order 1729/2010, of 17 June). Method: The query databases are MEDLINE, SciELO, IBECS, Cochrane, INAHTA. The search is performed in Castilian, English and Portuguese, limiting by date to articles published between 2000 and 2013. They include items available at the time of the search. We analyze the quality of the studies with CASPe checklists and categorized by level of evidence according to the structure FAME Joanna Briggs Institute. Results: 51649 articles are, of which 62 are selected. The results are listed in a table arranged by the powers to which they associate. Conclusion: Stresses that there are large number of publications related to certain skills, finding numerous studies on quality and satisfaction, whereas no studies found skills in primary prevention in healthy adult. Nor are items that encompass all the skills of the specialty as a whole. This review discusses and proposes the need to enhance this topic recently introduced in the field of nursing specialties.

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