Indonesian nurses management of pain in children: a grounded theory study
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Effective pain management remains an elusive goal in Indonesia. Findings indicate that caring for children in pain was an increasingly demanding, difficult and complicated undertaking. These situations created role tensions for nurses. This grounded theorydescribed and explains of how Indonesian nurses attempt to manage the role tensions experienced as a consequence of being unable to provide effective pain care in children. A comprehensive understanding of contextual issues that affect pain management practice enables to supporting nurses to providing better pain care.
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