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- Taking care as a relationship: a phenomenological view
- Sadala, MLA
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- The purpose of this study was to understand and analyse the meanings given to caring of patients on the isolation ward by nursing students, focusing particularly on the aspects of communication and interpersonal relationships. The data were collected from individual interviews with 18 nursing students who were performing nursing practice on the isolation ward. The results, analysed and interpreted according to existential phenomenology, describe the structure of the phenomenon 'taking care on the isolation ward' from a relational perspective. The students described their difficulties and anxieties, as well as their willingness to take care of isolated patients, resulting in the overcoming of obstacles and in contacting and becoming involved when taking care of these patients.
- Journal of Advanced Nursing. Oxford: Blackwell Science Ltd, v. 30, n. 4, p. 808-817, 1999.
- Blackwell Science
- contagious disease
- dialogical relationship
- humanistic nursing
- nursing care
- nursing education
- nursing process
- therapeutic relationship
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