The Role of Nurses in Providing Health Education to The Family About The Children Enteral Nutrition

  • Diah Ayu Agustin Bina Insan Nursing Academy Jakarta Indonesia

Abstract

The role of nurses is very important in meeting with the nutritional needs of treated pediatric patients especially those receiving enteral nutrition. The role of nurses as educators is important to provide health education to families so that families can independently feed enteral nutrition to children especially after returning home.. The purpose of this article explores various research journals related to health education to parents about child enteral nutrition. The method used is analysis of journal PICO. Population (Parents of pediatric patients who have enteral nutrition), Intervention (Health education to parents about child enteral nutrition). Comparation: -. Outcome (Increased parenting skills provide child enteral nutrition). The last 10 years of journal restrictions (2009-2018) coming from PubMed, NCBI, CINAHL, Medline and Proquest databases. The results of literature study show that nurse health education can improve parents' knowledge and skills in providing enteral nutrition to both treated and at home children. Conclusion: Nurses should educate enteral nutrition in parents of newly admitted pediatric care patients, accompanying parents  delivering enteral nutrition and monitoring the child's response.

Keywords: role, nurse, education, enteral, nutrition, child

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Agustin, D. (2018). The Role of Nurses in Providing Health Education to The Family About The Children Enteral Nutrition. International Journal of Advancement in Life Sciences Research, 1(2), 13-19. Retrieved from http://ijalsr.org/index.php/journal/article/view/15
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