Learning Objective 1: To reflect critically on the responsibility those involved in the process of training nurses.
Learning Objective 2: To consider the need to share specific activities focused on education programs in nursing
Methods: This was a descriptive study, quantitative, retrospective, documentary, which were analyzed all accidents reported to SESMT, including those not involving contact with biological materials, and those that occurred with residents and students who were hurt during the study period.
Results: Results showed that of 222 accidents involving staff and students, 186 (83.7%) involved contact with biological materials, 133 (71.5%) were women, 106 injured (56.9%) were between 20 and 30 years old, and 122 (65.6%) were single. There were more accidents with nursing, 107 (57.5%), the body part most affected were the fingers, 122 (65.6%) accidents and 129 (69.3%) accidents were caused by needles.
Conclusion: The nursing workforce in larger establishments, health care, was the category most affected by these accidents. The analysis of the information contained in the description of accidents has identified the factors that contributed to its occurrence, allowing review strategies for the prevention of accidents and offer education programs in nursing.
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