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Ranse J. (2013). Phenomenology; paper presented students of the University of Canberra – Professional Doctorate in Nurse Practitioner (Research), Canberra, ACT, 24th February

Ranse J. (2013). Phenomenology; paper presented students of the University of Canberra – Professional Doctorate in Nurse Practitioner (Research), Canberra, ACT, 24th February

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    • PHENOMENOLOGY www.jamieranse.com Jamie Ranse, RN FACN FCENABN, GCClinEd, GCClinEpi, MCritCarNurs, PhD(Candidate) twitter.com/jamieranse youtube.com/jamieranse linkedin.com/in/jamieranse
    • overview• Methodology / design• Research question• Method
    • phenomenologyThe study of things as they are appearing in theconscious awareness of the first person.To assemble reality on a reliable basis this is a goodplace to start, as our conscious awareness isunquestionable – isn’t it?
    • phenomenologyThe study of things as they are appearing in theconscious awareness of the first person.
    • phenomenologyThe study of things as they are appearing in theconscious awareness of the first person.
    • phenomenologyThe study of things as they are appearing in theconscious awareness of the first person.
    • phenomenologyThe study of things as they are appearing in theconscious awareness of the first person. Past Present Future
    • research question• What is it like?• What is it like for graduate nurses to participate in a resuscitation event within the in-hospital non-critical care environment?• What is the Australian civilian registered general nurses (division 1) lived experience of working in the out-of- hospital disaster environment?
    • phenomenologyThe study of things as they are appearing in theconscious awareness of the first person.What is it like...? Descriptive Interpretive
    • method• Data collection• Data analysis
    • method