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Interpretive phenomenology in health care research / Garrett Chan ... [et al.].

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Indianapolis, IN : Sigma Theta Tau International, c2010.
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xxxv, 375 p. ; 26 cm.
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Subjects:
Experiential research.
Phenomenology.
Medical care -- Research.
Nursing -- Research.
Medical subjects:
Qualitative Research.
Nursing Care -- methods.
Nursing Methodology Research -- methods.
Nurse-Patient Relations.
Nursing Care -- psychology.
Philosophy, Nursing.
Contents:
Sustaining purpose and motivation : weaving caring and self-care together in nursing practice
Sustaining family life and health through rituals, routines, and practices in well families with school-age children
Listening with care to teen mothers and their families
Toward authentic care and transparency of the other : life course considerations for adolescents born with spina bifida
Our patients : heretics, believers, agnostics, and ecumenists
Dwelling-in-the-world : realms of meaningful involvement in late life
Patients' and family member's experiences of hospital end-of-life care
End of living : maintaining a lifeworld during terminal illness.
Why study practice?
A fusion of horizons : meaning and understanding in becoming a nurse
Distal nursing
Research and ontology : neurology and Parkinson's disease : sufferers' lived experiences of embodiment and dwelling in life worlds
Health, disorder, and the psychiatric enterprise : reclaiming lost connections
Understanding end-of-life caring practices in the emergency department : developing Merleau-Ponty's notions of intentional arc and maximum grip through praxis and phronesis
The living history of interpretive phenomenology
Articulating, preserving, and promoting holistic aspects of nurse practitioner practice
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Chan, Garrett, 1970-
Sigma Theta Tau International.
ISBN:
193053888X (alk. paper)
9781930538887 (alk. paper)
OCLC:
631827964