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Ariadna Barta | HOSPITAL CLÍNIC DE BARCELONA

Infermera del Dispositiu Transversal d'Hospitalització a Domicili i de l'Equip de Complement. Direcció Mèdica i Infermera.

Ariadna Barta | HOSPITAL CLÍNIC DE BARCELONA

Infermera del Dispositiu Transversal d'Hospitalització a Domicili i de l'Equip de Complement. Direcció Mèdica i Infermera.
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Biography

L’Ariadna Barta es va graduar en Infermeria a l’Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (UAB) el 2014. Va cursar un màster en Infermeria Intensiva el 2015 (UAB – Sant Pau) i en Lideratge i Gestió dels Serveis d’Infermeria el 2019 (UB – Hospital de Bellvitge). És infermera assistencial a l’Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, ​​forma part de l’Equip de Complement des del 2015 i participa activament en el Dispositiu Transversal d’Hospitalització a Domicili que depèn de la Direcció Mèdica i Infermera. Ha participat com a infermera a la instauració de l’Hospital Medicalitzat de l’Hospital Clínic per atendre pacients COVID, i forma part del grup de recerca en l’avaluació de l’experiència del pacient COVID ingressat a l’Hotel-Medicalitzat. El 2018-2019 va participar en el projecte europeu a Catalunya, “Sustainable Integrated Care Models For Multi-Morbidity Delivery, Financing and Performance – SELFIE”. Alhora, l’Ariadna Barta és membre de la Comissió de Recerca i Innovació de l’Hospital Clínic des del 2018.

PONÈNCIA: ‘Patients’ experiences in a medicalized hotel for covid-19 acute care support. An observational study with a cross‐sectional design.’

The number of COVID-19 patients admitted grew exponentially and hospital resources were insufficient. To deal with it, a hotel was transformed into a medicalized Hospital.

Aims: To assess the patient experience in a Medicalized Hotel, from 25th March to 8th May.

Methodology: Observational and descriptive study with a cross-sectional design. Patient experience was collected by the adapted Picker Patient Experience questionnaire and the review of clinical records.

Results: 427 patients (83% of admitted) answered the questionnaire (52%, male, ≥ 55 yrs (63%)). The main positive results were related to being treated with respect and dignity (95%), receiving similar information from different professionals (84%) and getting understanding answers by doctors and nurses (79%, 86%). 52% of participants identified no areas for improvement and <25% of improvement areas were related to food quality and communication difficulties, due to pandemic isolation measures. These contributions enhanced in: creating a clean and dirty area; improve welcome material reception and documented information on discharge; activities for patients, such as a library, app and mobiles.

Conclusion: The hotel was rapidly medicalized. Patients’ experiences have been highly positive and contributed to form the medicalized hotel. This experience may be useful by health professionals and organizations in this field.

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