Nursing students perceptions about typologies of prejudices in the exercise of the profession
Lima, Fernando Conceição de
Soares, Thainara Braga
Sardinha, Daniele Melo
Ueno, Thalyta Mariany Lopes
This article describes the perception of nursing students about the types of prejudices experienced in relation to nursing. METHODOLOGY: Exploratory study with a qualitative approach, carried out at a private higher education institution, in Belem-Pa (Brazil), from May to November 2019, through a semi-structured interview, with saturation sampling, in total of 30 participants. Data will be analyzed using the Bardin method. RESULTS: Four categories were listed, which are: "Choice of profession", "Types of prejudice", "The causes and / or reasons of prejudice experienced in the profession" and "Strategies for dealing with prejudice". CONCLUSION : There is an urgent need to address ways to combat prejudice during undergraduate studies, taking into account its prevalence and impact, so that nursing professionals and students have more security and autonomy to carry out their work with more motivation and enthusiasm.
ReferênciaLIMA, Fernando Conceição de et al. Nursing students perceptions about typologies of prejudices in the exercise of the profession. Revista Rol de Enfermeria, v. 43, n. 5, p. 43-50, Mayo 2020.
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Instituições de Ensino Superior
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