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J Urmia Nurs Midwifery Fac 2016, 14(6): 562-570 Back to browse issues page
THE EFFECT OF USING SBAR MODEL IN NURSING HANDOFF ON COMMUNICATION DIMENSION OF NURSING CARE FROM THE PATIENTS' VIEW
Rahim Baghaei 1, Solaiman PourRashid2, HamidReza Khalkhali3
1- Associate Professor PhD in nursing management, Center of Patient Safety Research, Urmia University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran (Corresponding Author) , Rbaghaei2001@yahoo.com
2- MSc in nursing education, Instructor faculty nursing and midwifery, Urmia University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran
3- Associate Professor PhD in Statistic, health faculty, Urmia University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran
Abstract:   (1867 Views)

Background & Aims: In health centers, regularly, the clinical data of patients were transmitted between health care providers, such as nurses when changing their shifts. Effective hand over that effect the program of patient care and patient safety depends on accurate patient identification, and aspects of his care through effective communication between the staff and the patients. This study was performed with the aim of determining the effect of using the SBAR model at the time of hand over on communication dimension from quality of nursing care by the patient's view at the Gholipour Hospital in Bukan in1393.

Material & Methods: The objective of the study was determining the effect of using the SBAR model at the time of hand over on communication dimension from quality of nursing care by the patient's view at the Gholipour Hospital in Bukan, in 1393.

In this quasi-experimental study, 400 patients over 18 years who were discharged from medical and surgical wards were selected. The inclusion criteria were being able to read and write, and not being complete blind or deaf, and not having any case of death of relatives in the past few months, and not being hospitalized in a psychiatric hospital, and not using any  psychiatric drugs. In the period January to March 1393, a standard questionnaire on the quality of nursing care before and after training SBAR model to nurses was completed. Data were analyzed using SPSS version 16 and independent t-test.

Results: The optimal situation, and the ideal situation for the quality of nursing care in the communication dimension in control group was 30/04 and 32/4, and it was 22/09 and 62/27 in the study group, which shows a significant correlation between the two groups (P <0/001). The average score of communication dimension in the control group was 19 with standard deviation of 9 after the intervention. In the study group, it was 26 with standard deviation of 9. The independent t-test for the two groups showed a significant difference in the two groups after the intervention (P <0/001).

Conclusion: The results showed that the transferring of the information in the format of a standard shift handoff guideline like that of the SBAR model, has been effective on patients view about the quality of nursing care in the communication dimension.

Keywords: SBAR model, shift handoff, nursing care, quality of care, the quality of nursing care, patients view
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Baghaei R, PourRashid S, Khalkhali H. THE EFFECT OF USING SBAR MODEL IN NURSING HANDOFF ON COMMUNICATION DIMENSION OF NURSING CARE FROM THE PATIENTS' VIEW. J Urmia Nurs Midwifery Fac. 2016; 14 (6) :562-570
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