Content validation of the nursing intervention called Environmental Control: worker safety
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Autor/esSánchez Ayllón, Francisca; Echevarría Pérez, Paloma; Morales Moreno, Isabel; De Souza Oliveira, Adriana; Dantas de Sa, Jessica
Occupational health nursing
Objective: Validating the content of the nursing intervention called Environmental Control: worker safety in Spain. Methods: An exploratory and descriptive study using the Fehring method associated with the Delphi method and a sample of 11 experts in occupational nursing. For the clarity of definition and the activities was used a scale ranging from confusing (1) and clear (7) or vaguely (1) and exactly (7). A Likert scale (1 - totally disagree /5 - totally agree) was used for the nursing action and the need of the activity for its intervention. Results: The nursing action was considered as critical with the mean score of 0.86% (SD=0.23) and 73 % of the experts considered that the title of the intervention exactly identifies the contents of the definition. Conclusion: The intervention was considered valid for occupational health with the need for practical applicability using a system of classification specific for occupational health nursing, with the Nursing Process impleme...