Hysterectomy is one of the most important surgeries in our country, therefore it is very important to know what the women need to know to improve the quality of care, by giving them a right and timely education during the surgical process. The aim of this research is to know the satisfaction with the education in a group of histerectomized women. The methodology is cross sectional study, with 120 women in a public hospital of Santiago. Data compilation was done by means of an interview, before a consent inform was applied. 46.7% of women received education from the physician, 75% with verbal and individual way; 70% of the women received education before the surgery, at hospital and in the second level. The topics were related with the surgery and the different cares before it. None of the women received education about sexuality. 100% of the women say that their partners did not received education. 23.3% of the women were very satisfied with the professional that gave them education, 10% with the way, 10.8% with the place, 18.3% with the time and 7% with the topics. The satisfaction with the education was very low, therefore it is very important that our intervention will be related with the real needs that women want about the surgery.
|Título traducido de la contribución||Satisfaction with the education received in a group of hysterectomized women|
|Número de páginas||10|
|Publicación||Ciencia y Enfermeria|
|Estado||Publicada - jun 2008|
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