The lived experience of Australian nurses working in disaster environments

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  • The lived experience of Australian nurses working in disaster environments

    1. 1. THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF AUSTRALIAN NURSES WORKING IN DISASTER ENVIRONMENTS 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 and Dr Ramon Shaban
    2. 2. overview• Background• Research question• Aim and objectives• Method• Progress
    3. 3. INTERNATIONAL Australian participation: on-shore
    4. 4. NATIONAL participation: on-shore Australian
    5. 5. Australian participation: on-shoreCYCLONE TRACY = DAYS #CHCH #EQNZ = MINS
    6. 6. A HEALTH DISASTER?Australian participation: on-shore
    7. 7. WHAT WILL YOUR ROLE BE?
    8. 8. EDUCATION-PRACTICEMISMATCH
    9. 9. WILL YOU ASSIST?
    10. 10. THANKS FORVOLUNTEERING
    11. 11. research question• What is the lived experience of Australian civilian registered general nurses (division 1), working in the unfamiliar out-of-hospital disaster environment?
    12. 12. aim and objectiveAim• Explore, describe and interpret the lived experience of Australian civilian general registered nurses (division 1) working in the out-of-hospital disaster environmentObjectives• Explore the transferability of nurses experience between the in-hospital and out-of-hospital disaster environment• Explore the role of nurses in the out-of-hospital disaster environment
    13. 13. methodMethodology• Hermeneutic phenomenologicalParticipant recruitment• Purposive• Snowballing
    14. 14. methodParticipant recruitment• A nurse who primarily works as a clinician in the in- hospital environment• Has participated in the health response and/or recovery to a disaster in the last five years• Responded with a civilian (non-military) organisation, association or group• The response involved working in the out-of-hospital environment
    15. 15. methodData collection• Semi-structured individual interviews at 2 points in timeData analysis• Thematic analysis• Sententious approach
    16. 16. methodProtection of human participants• Flinders University Social and Behavioural Human Research Ethics Committee
    17. 17. progress
    18. 18. THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF AUSTRALIAN NURSES WORKING IN DISASTER ENVIRONMENTS 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 and Dr Ramon Shaban

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