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Describing Nurses' Work and Educational Needs in Providing Neonatal Palliative Care: A Narrative Review.

Neonatal Network : NN 2024 January 2
Nurses in NICUs report insufficient education as a persistent barrier to providing quality neonatal palliative care (NPC). Since existing literature on educational interventions in NPC is limited, this review aimed to identify and narratively synthesize literature both about nurses' attitudes toward NPC and the NPC education received by nurses. We conducted a nonsystematic narrative literature review. Four themes were identified from the 28 articles included in this review. These were as follows: (a) nursing work in NPC, (b) NICU nurses' experiences and perceptions of NPC, (c) facilitators and barriers to nursing work in NPC, and (d) educational interventions in NPC. This literature review identified studies about NICU nurses' experiences and education in providing NPC. NICU nurses both desired and lacked education in NPC. This literature review identifies the importance of developing and evaluating NPC education for nurses.

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