Learning Objective 1: Learners will be able to understand the fear factors of preschool children during intravenous injection.
Learning Objective 2: Learners will be able to understand reducing fear degree in preschool children during intravenous injection of nursing.
Methods: Since August 1, 2009 to April 30, 2010, our team members through the observation and interviews found from past negative experiences, lacking the prior preparation of communication, the sense of control children injection, and default of cognitive behavioral strategies from nursing staff are the primary reasons. We developed of solutions strategy reference from research paper and books. Our proposal methods include therapeutic games, choose injection position, and the use of cognitive behavioral strategies to divert attention and other measures designed a set of "standard operating procedures for children intravenous."
Results: The experiment results shows that preschool children with severe fear of injection decrease from 77.8% down to 37.8%. Results of 40% improved.
Conclusion: The main goal of our project is to reduce the fear of children for vaccinated with more cooperative, and trying to enhance the children's positive treatment experience, thus leads the quality of nursing care.
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