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CINAHL subject headings - noen aktuelle søkeord

"Acute Disease"
​"Acute Care "
"Acute Care Nurse Practitioners"
"Critically Ill Patients"


"Emergency Service"
"Emergency Nurse Practitioners"
"Emergency Medical Service Communication Systems"
"Emergency Care"

Ikke emneord: 

"emergency departement*"  - "emergency unit*"

"Prehospital Care"
"Rapid Response (Emergency Care)"
"Rapid Response Team"

Pårørende ... se også under

"Professional-Family Relations"
"Family Centered Care"


Pårørende søkeord

Generelle.. foreldre - ektefelle barn
  • "next of kin*"
  • "loved one"
  • relatives
  • caregiver*
    • "Caregiver Burden"
    • "Caregiver Attitudes"
    • "Caregiver Support"
  • carer
  • carers
  • family
  • "Visitors to Patients"
  • parent*
  • mother*
  • father*
  • maternal*
  • Spouses
  • child
  • children
  • sibling*
  • brother*
  • sister*
  • "Parent-Child Relations"

CINAHL emneord:

  • "Children of Impaired Parents" (MeSH: "Child of Impaired Parents")
    • Children of one or more parents afflicted by an organic, psychiatric, or behavioral disorder. Material on this subject tends to focus on the child from the social, behavioral, or psychological viewpoint, rather than the genetic. Use with any age group.
  • "Children of Alcoholics"

Sykepleie - familie: 

CINAHL emneord: 

  • "Professional-Family Relations"
    • (The relationship and interactions between a health care professional and the family of a patient)
  • "Family Centered Care"
    • Collaborative relationship between families and professionals in the continued pursuit of being responsive to the priorities and choices of the families.

Pårørende - gjenoppliving / hjertestans - eksempler på artikler og søk

Eksempel på søk i CINAHL (EBSCOhost) - søkeord. Merk TI foran søkeord avgrenser til treff på ord fra artikkels tittel





TI ("heart failure*" OR resuscitation OR "heart arrest*" OR "Cardiac Arrest" OR "Cardio* Arrest")



TI (caregiver* OR "next of kin*" OR relatives OR famil* OR visit*)






acute* OR emergen* OR critical*







Limiters - Peer Reviewed; Language: Danish, English, Norwegian, Swedish; Published Date: 20000101-


Link til treff

Eksempler på treff

  • Rafiei, H., Senmar, M., Mostafaie, M. R., Goli, Z., Avanaki, S. N., Abbasi, L., & Mafi, M. H. (2018). Self-confidence and attitude of acute care nurses to the presence of family members during resuscitation. British Journal of Nursing27(21), 1246–1249. Fulltekst via CINAHL
  • Grimes, C. (2020). The effects of family-witnessed resuscitation on health professionals. British Journal of Nursing29(15), 892–896 Fulltekst via CINAHL
  • Gomes, B. D., Dowd, O. P., & Sethares, K. A. (2019). Attitudes of Community Hospital Critical Care Nurses Toward Family-Witnessed Resuscitation. American Journal of Critical Care28(2), 142–148. Fulltekst via CINAHL
  • Bellali, T. (2020). Factors Associated With Emergency Department Health Professionals’ Attitudes Toward Family Presence During Adult Resuscitation in 9 Greek Hospitals. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing39(5), 269–277.
  • Magowan, E., & Melby, V. (2019). A survey of emergency department staff’s opinions and experiences of family presence during invasive procedures and resuscitation. Emergency Nurse27(3), 13–19. Fullteks via ProQuest
  • Porter, D. J. E. (2019). Family presence during resuscitation (FPDR): A qualitative descriptive study exploring the experiences of emergency personnel post resuscitation. Heart & Lung48(4), 268–272.
  • Ramage, E., Porter, J. E., & Biedermann, N. (2018). Family presence during resuscitation (FPDR): A qualitative study of implementation experiences and opinions of emergency personnel. Australasian Emergency Care21(2), 51–55.
  • Porter, J. E., Miller, N., Giannis, A., & Coombs, N. (2017). Family Presence During Resuscitation (FPDR): Observational case studies of emergency personnel in Victoria, Australia. International Emergency Nursing33, 37–42.
  • Abuzeyad, F. H., Elhobi, A., Kamkoum, W., Bashmi, L., Al-Qasim, G., Alqasem, L., Mansoor, N. M. A., Hsu, S., & Das, P. (2020). Healthcare providers’ perspectives on family presence during resuscitation in the emergency departments of the Kingdom of Bahrain. BMC Emergency Medicine20(1), N.PAG.
  • Ferrara, G., Ramponi, D., & Cline, T. W. (2016). Evaluation of Physicians’ and Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Compliance With Family Presence During Resuscitation in an Emergency Department Setting After an Educational Intervention. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal38(1), 32–42.
  • Ramaekers, S. M. (2017). Witnessed Resuscitation in the Emergency Department: The Family’s Experience. Emergency Nurse New Zealand, P9–P13. Fulltekst via CINAHL
  • Tomlinson KR, Golden IJ, Mallory JL, & Comer L. (2010). Family presence during adult resuscitation: a survey of emergency department registered nurses and staff attitudes. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal32(1), 45–58.
  • MacLean SL, Guzzetta CE, White C, Fontaine D, Eichhorn DJ, Meyers TA, & Désy P. (2003). Family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation and invasive procedures: practices of critical care and emergency nurses. JEN: Journal of Emergency Nursing29(3), 208–221.
  • Moreland P. (2005). Family presence during invasive procedures and resuscitation in the emergency department: a review of the literature. JEN: Journal of Emergency Nursing31(1), 58–123.
  • Egging, D., Crowley, M., Arruda, T., Proehl, J., Walker-Cillo, G., Papa, A., Li, S., Walsh, J., & Bokholdt, M. L. (2011). Emergency Nursing Resource: Family Presence During Invasive Procedures and Resuscitation in the Emergency Department. JEN: Journal of Emergency Nursing37(5), 469–473.
  • Davidson, J. E., Buenavista, R., Hobbs, K., & Kracht, K. (2011). Identifying Factors Inhibiting or Enhancing Family Presence During Resuscitation in the Emergency Department. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal33(4), 336–343.
  • Jabre, P., Belpomme, V., Azoulay, E., Jacob, L., Bertrand, L., Lapostolle, F., Tazarourte, K., Bouilleau, G., Pinaud, V., Broche, C., Normand, D., Baubet, T., Ricard-Hibon, A., Istria, J., Beltramini, A., Alheritiere, A., Assez, N., Nace, L., Vivien, B., Turi, L., Launay, S., Desmaizieres, M., Borron, S. W., Vicaut, E. & Adnet, F. (2013). Family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. N Engl J Med, 368(11), 1008-1018.


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