Individuals With Sickle Cell Disease Using SBAR as a Communication Tool: Secondary Data Analysis
AuthorsJean-Baptiste, Deborah M.
Faculty AdvisorMaureen Wassef, Ph.D., RN
UMass Chan AffiliationsTan Chingfen Graduate School of Nursing
Document TypeDoctoral Dissertation
Sickle Cell Crisis
Inter-rater Reliability of Qualitative Data
Congenital, Hereditary, and Neonatal Diseases and Abnormalities
Hemic and Lymphatic Diseases
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AbstractPurpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the usefulness of SBAR-cued web-based communication skills training and address study participants' perceptions of the training. Specific Aims: Evaluate the usefulness and accuracy of participants to answer prompts of SBAR-cued communication responses. Describe individuals' perspectives of the acceptability of using SBAR patient-HCP communication simulation to better prepare for ED visits during a SCC. Framework: This study was guided by The Theory of Self-Care Management for Sickle Cell Disease (SCMSCD). Design: A secondary analysis was conducted using a qualitative descriptive approach. Inter-rater reliability (IRR) of qualitative data was used to evaluate the usefulness and accuracy of participants to answer prompts of SBAR-cued communication responses. Content analysis was also utilized to describe individuals' perspectives of the acceptability of using SBAR patient-HCP communication simulation to better prepare for ED visits during a SCC. Results: IRR between raters ranged from 64%-94% with predominant themes of (1) Patient-Provider Communication and Interaction, (2) Patients want to be Heard and Believed, (3) Accuracy of the ED Experience and Incorporating the Uniqueness of each Patient and (4) Overall Usefulness of the Video Trainer emerging. Conclusions: This secondary analysis supported how SBAR can be effectively used to assist patients in a SCC to communicate with their HCP. Participants' responses indicated the training module facilitated communication between patients and HCPs.
Permanent Link to this Itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.14038/34422
Related ResourcesMaterial from this dissertation has been published in: Jean-Baptiste DM, Wassef M, Bolyai SS, Jenerette C. Individuals with Sickle Cell Disease Using SBAR as a Communication Tool: A Pilot Study. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022 Oct 24;19(21):13817. doi: 10.3390/ijerph192113817. PMID: 36360702; PMCID: PMC9655268.
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