Hospitalized children live a very critical period of their life, in which they prove the experience of separation from their own family, habits and toys. The nurse can use recreational activities to relate with children in a funny way. This recreational therapy represent a main up to date instrument for the nurse who works in paediatrics. Using the game children express themselves, their feelings and fears. They re-elaborate and understand the different situations they're living and relate with others. This happens normally in the daily life, but in particular during stressful situations such as, for example, hospitalization (Bianchi di Castelbianco et al., 2007). The purpose of this review of literature is to research if there is a connection between the recreational activities used by the nurse and pediatric nursing. The bibliographical review of this topic allows to describe the recreational activities available to the nurse and the way that these activities influence pediatric nursing. From this research, it results that the recreational activities can positively influence the ministering to needs of the hospitalized child.The specific training and putting into practice of up to date recreational activities, allow nurses to utilize this approach in pediatric nursing. Key words: Nursing care, pediatric nursing, hospitalized children, play, recreational activities.

DI MAURO, S., Radavelli, M., Cerizza, A. (2011). La soddisfazione dei bisogni di assistenza infermieristica del bambino attraverso l'attività di gioco: una revisione della letteratura [Nursing care of children by game-playing: a review of the literature]. PROFESSIONI INFERMIERISTICHE, 64(2), 83-94.

La soddisfazione dei bisogni di assistenza infermieristica del bambino attraverso l'attività di gioco: una revisione della letteratura [Nursing care of children by game-playing: a review of the literature]

DI MAURO, STEFANIA;
2011

Abstract

Hospitalized children live a very critical period of their life, in which they prove the experience of separation from their own family, habits and toys. The nurse can use recreational activities to relate with children in a funny way. This recreational therapy represent a main up to date instrument for the nurse who works in paediatrics. Using the game children express themselves, their feelings and fears. They re-elaborate and understand the different situations they're living and relate with others. This happens normally in the daily life, but in particular during stressful situations such as, for example, hospitalization (Bianchi di Castelbianco et al., 2007). The purpose of this review of literature is to research if there is a connection between the recreational activities used by the nurse and pediatric nursing. The bibliographical review of this topic allows to describe the recreational activities available to the nurse and the way that these activities influence pediatric nursing. From this research, it results that the recreational activities can positively influence the ministering to needs of the hospitalized child.The specific training and putting into practice of up to date recreational activities, allow nurses to utilize this approach in pediatric nursing. Key words: Nursing care, pediatric nursing, hospitalized children, play, recreational activities.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria, bambini ospedalizzati, gioco, attività ludiche
Italian
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94
DI MAURO, S., Radavelli, M., Cerizza, A. (2011). La soddisfazione dei bisogni di assistenza infermieristica del bambino attraverso l'attività di gioco: una revisione della letteratura [Nursing care of children by game-playing: a review of the literature]. PROFESSIONI INFERMIERISTICHE, 64(2), 83-94.
DI MAURO, S; Radavelli, M; Cerizza, A
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