Nurses experience increased clinical and organisational competence by working with a medical quality register, RevNatus – a qualitative study

Hilde Bjørngaard, Hege Svean Koksvik, Bente Jakobsen & Kjersti Grønning
Abstract Background RevNatus is a consent-based, nationwide medical quality register that collects data on patients with inflammatory rheumatic diseases during pregnancy and one year postpartum. The entering of data takes place in outpatient clinics in rheumatology wards in hospitals. The aim of this study is to explore how rheumatology nurses experience organizing and working with the medical quality register RevNatus in addition to their normal clinical patient-care tasks. Methods Qualitative focus group interviews and individual...
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