Scientific publications of nursing professionals in a Family Planning Centre
ESC Congress Library. Joaquina Duran Rodriguez M. 05/10/18; 208207; ESC314
Mrs. Maria Joaquina Duran Rodriguez
Mrs. Maria Joaquina Duran Rodriguez
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Introduction: Scientific research generates knowledge that contributes to solving problems, to questioning established theories and to underpinning decisions. The objective of scientific publications is to facilitate society's access to studies, knowledge and experience related to the competencies that different professionals have in their fields or services. Objective: To showcase the research conducted, in the form of communications presented in congresses and scientific publications, based on the daily work of a nursing professional. Methodology: We compiled studies made and presented in European, national and regional congresses, magazine publications and from participation in investigation competitions. We analysed the total number of women that partook in these studies and average age (all women being patients of the same family planning centre). Results: Studies were carried out on the following topics:  Thromboembolic risks and contraception with IUD: we assessed the issues that arose from using an IUD, during insertion and its lifetime. Likewise, we wanted to know why women chose IUD as a contraceptive method.  Emergency contraception: two studies were developed, one where we examined the number of requests for emergency contraception in our family planning centre (said study received an award during a congress) and a second one to analyse and categorise these requests based on the place of origin of the women. The scope of this study was 1,423 women, ranging between 13 and 50 years old and the average age was 26.9 years. The study was carried out in a family planning centre covering a wide geographic area. 21 bibliographic references from a number of journals and studies were referred to in this study. Conclusion: our family planning centre carried out research activities that would not have been possible without the daily and continuous effort of the professionals that form the service.
Introduction: Scientific research generates knowledge that contributes to solving problems, to questioning established theories and to underpinning decisions. The objective of scientific publications is to facilitate society's access to studies, knowledge and experience related to the competencies that different professionals have in their fields or services. Objective: To showcase the research conducted, in the form of communications presented in congresses and scientific publications, based on the daily work of a nursing professional. Methodology: We compiled studies made and presented in European, national and regional congresses, magazine publications and from participation in investigation competitions. We analysed the total number of women that partook in these studies and average age (all women being patients of the same family planning centre). Results: Studies were carried out on the following topics:  Thromboembolic risks and contraception with IUD: we assessed the issues that arose from using an IUD, during insertion and its lifetime. Likewise, we wanted to know why women chose IUD as a contraceptive method.  Emergency contraception: two studies were developed, one where we examined the number of requests for emergency contraception in our family planning centre (said study received an award during a congress) and a second one to analyse and categorise these requests based on the place of origin of the women. The scope of this study was 1,423 women, ranging between 13 and 50 years old and the average age was 26.9 years. The study was carried out in a family planning centre covering a wide geographic area. 21 bibliographic references from a number of journals and studies were referred to in this study. Conclusion: our family planning centre carried out research activities that would not have been possible without the daily and continuous effort of the professionals that form the service.
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