The better sleep better well-being programme: Educating and training community healthcare nurses in developing interventions for families of infants with moderate sleep problems: a pilot study.
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CitationSkuladottir A, Sigurdardottir AO, Svavarsdottir EK. The better sleep better well-being programme: Educating and training community healthcare nurses in developing interventions for families of infants with moderate sleep problems: a pilot study [published online ahead of print, 2020 Apr 2]. Scand J Caring Sci. 2020;10.1111/scs.12844. doi:10.1111/scs.12844
Abstracthe main aim of this pilot study was to evaluate the benefit of the Better Sleep Better Well-being (BSBW) educational and training intervention programme regarding infants sleep problems for Community Health Care (CHC) nurses, on their perceptions on their family nursing practice skills and on their job demand, control and support. There were 6 CHC nurses who participated in the BSBW programme, and 26 nurses in the comparison group. The programme consisted of 4 sessions (8 hours per session) of lectures on the aetiology of infants sleep problems as well as on evidence-based and family relational practices and on 20 sessions of clinical cases, scenarios, discussions and reflections. The main finding indicated that the nurses in the intervention group reported significantly higher family nursing practices skills compared to the nurses in the comparison group. The findings are promising, since they offered additional resources to the CHC nurses, in their clinical practices.
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