Community Health Nursing Interventions Promoting Family Adaptation to Communicable Disease Diagnosis: A Scoping Review
SULISTYONO, R Endro
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Intoduction: The family had important role in caring for their family member with communicable disease. Objective: This review aimed to identify the adaptation process of the family to communicable disease diagnosis and map the community health nursing interventions that promote family adaptation to communicable disease diagnosis. Method: This study was a scoping review by Arksey and O’Malley on the three databases: SCOPUS, Science Direct, PUBMED and Grey literature from 2015 up to April 2023. Publications were included if they examined interventions promoting adaptation towards family in context communicable diseases diagnosis. The JBI Manual for Evidence Synthesis published guidelines were followed. Results: A total of 21 articles were analyzed. The results of the analysis were organized by themes: the patient's adaptation to the diagnosis, the family adaptation to the diagnosis and strategies promoting adaptation to disease treatment. The interventions aimed at patients are focused on strengthening coping strategies and caring ability of the family. Conclusion: The mapped community health nursing interventions that promote adaptation to communicable disease diagnosis intend to patients’ disclosure, enhancing coping strategies, engage to social support, enhancing treatment adherence, increasing the ability to care and to receive information and to participate in care and decisions making.
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