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5th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 18-20, 2021 | Orlando, USA

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5th Edition | 25 Sessions | 150+ Speakers
October 18-20, 2021 | Orlando, USA

Monika Negi

Potential Speaker for Nursing Conferences 2021 - Monika Negi
Monika Negi
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India
Title : Psychosocial, physical problems and coping with long term/ permanent tracheostomy


Tracheostomy is a common procedure in hospital but when placed on a long term basis or permanently, it will affect both physical and psychosocial wellbeing of patients. It is important for health care provider to know about their problems and coping strategies so as to promote their well being. In India this aspect related to tracheostomy is not yet studied in detail.
Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional descriptive study was carried out to assess the psychosocial problems using a validated Psychosocial Index (PSI), physical problem by Tracheostomy Related Adult’s Physical Problem Assessment (TRAPPA) scale, and coping strategies were used by Brief COPE. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used for data analysis.
Result: Most of the patient with long term/ permanent tracheostomy found to have mild physical problems. Patients had higher psychosocial problem than the normal healthy population. Most patients used active coping, acceptance and religion as coping strategies whereas substance use and humor was least practised by the patients. There is significant difference seen in the way of coping among patients with different duration of tracheostomy, age groups, employment and marital status.
Conclusion: Patients who live chronically with tracheostomy gradually get adapted. Support from family members and significant others play a vital role in better coping with the tracheostomy in situ.


Miss Monika Negi belongs to Uttarakhand, India. Her father is retired from Indian army and currently working as a nursing supervisor in Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust.  Her mother is a house wife and she has two siblings. She had completed her schooling from Bal Bharati School, Pauri. In 2018 she had completed her B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing from College of Nursing, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), New Delhi, India. She is pursuing M.Sc. Nursing (Critical Care) from the same institute which will be completed on July 2020. She is dedicated to provide quality and evidence based care to the patients and integrates current published research and literature with teaching-learning activities.