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    Tuweson, Therése
    et al.
    Kristianstad University, School of Health and Society.
    Skottén, Emelie
    Kristianstad University, School of Health and Society.
    Föräldrars upplevelse av att ha ett barn med självskadebeteende2011Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Background: One of today's problems is that health professionals in meeting with parents of children with self-harm, has a lack of understanding of their experiences. Parents' experiences are important for healthcare professionals to know about in order to provide good care without being judgmental. Objective: The objective was to describe parents' experiences of having a child with self-harm. Method: The study was done as a literature study based on seven qualitative articles. Results: The literature study revealed four main categories: The parents felt helpless, the parents directed their anger against the child, the parents felt it was their fault and the parents experienced a lack of help. They also found that many parents experienced a lack of help from health care. They did not know where help was to look or where to turn for support. Parents think they are more able to deal with life if they received help from health care. Discussion: The lack of parental experiences of care may be due to misallocation of resources. Had more funding priority in the care of relatives, was perhaps shortened the duration of treatment for the child. The parents had also felt more meaningful and involved in treatment. They found that parents' reactions are similar to those encountered in a crisis. Shock phase, reaction phase, processing phase and reorientation phase is the part that occurs in a crisis. Conclusion: The family perspective is important to remember when professionals encounter a child with self-harm and their relatives. The nurse should have knowledge of other agencies that can provide support to patients and families in a crisis if they do not have expertise in the area. Research would be desirable with focus on how the medical staff can provide better care to the parents.

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