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Ranse J. (2012). Hermeneutic phenomenology: exploring Australian nurses' lived experience of assisting in disasters; paper presented at the Flinders University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Higher ...

Ranse J. (2012). Hermeneutic phenomenology: exploring Australian nurses' lived experience of assisting in disasters; paper presented at the Flinders University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Higher Degrees Research Week, Adelaide, South Australia, 3rd July.

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  • HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGY: AUSTRALIAN CIVILIAN NURSES LIVED EXPERIENCE OF ASSISTING IN DISASTERS www.jamieranse.com Jamie Ranse, RN FRCNABN, GCClinEd, GCClinEpi, MCritCarNurs, PhD(Candidate) twitter.com/jamieranse youtube.com/jamieranseSupervisors: Professor Paul Arbon, Dr Lynette Cusack, linkedin.com/in/jamieranse Associate Professor Ramon Shaban
  • overview• Background• Research question• Methodology – Hermeneutics – Phenomenology
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • NATIONAL
  • HEALTH-AFFECTED DISASTER?
  • CYCLONE TRACY = DAYS #CHCH #EQNZ = MINS
  • WHAT WILL YOUR ROLE BE?
  • EDUCATION-PRACTICEMISMATCH
  • WILL YOU ASSIST?
  • research question• What is the Australian civilian registered general nurses (division 1) lived experience of working in the out-of- hospital disaster environment?
  • hermeneutics• Defined• Historically – Theology – Law – Philosophy (Phenomenology)
  • hermeneutics• The interviewer• The author• The interpreter
  • hermeneutics• Understanding (Dilthey)• Meaning (Heidegger)• Truth (Gadamer)
  • hermeneutics• Understanding (Dilthey)• Meaning (Heidegger)• Truth (Gadamer)• Hermeneutic circle
  • phenomenology• Subjects knowing object• Intentionality• Bracketing
  • phenomenology• Not subjects knowing object – Active participants• Transparent from consciousness• Being• Temporality
  • hermeneutic phenomenology• Is it appropriate to address the research question? – What is the Australian civilian registered general nurses (division 1) lived experience of working in the out-of-hospital disaster environment?• Considerations for interviewing participants?
  • HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGY: AUSTRALIAN CIVILIAN NURSES LIVED EXPERIENCE OF ASSISTING IN DISASTERS www.jamieranse.com Jamie Ranse, RN FRCNABN, GCClinEd, GCClinEpi, MCritCarNurs, PhD(Candidate) twitter.com/jamieranse youtube.com/jamieranseSupervisors: Professor Paul Arbon, Dr Lynette Cusack, linkedin.com/in/jamieranse Associate Professor Ramon Shaban