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The lived experience of Australian nurses working in disaster environments
 

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Second PhD progress presentation delivered at the University of Canberra, Disciplines of Nursing and Midwifery Research Residential School, 5 October 2011

Second PhD progress presentation delivered at the University of Canberra, Disciplines of Nursing and Midwifery Research Residential School, 5 October 2011

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    • The lived experience of Australian nurses working in disaster environments
      www.jamieranse.com
      Jamie Ranse, RN FRCNA
      BN, GCClinEd, GCClinEpiMCritCarNurs, PhD (Candidate)
      twitter.com/jamieranse
      youtube.com/jamieranse
      linkedin.com/in/jamieranse
      Supervisors: Professor Paul Arbon and Dr Lynette Cusack
    • overview
      Background
      Research question
      Aim and objectives
      Method
    • background
      Experience
      Role
      Education
      Willingness
      Resources
      Professional issues
    • research question
      What is the lived experience of Australian civilian registered general nurses (division 1), working in the unfamiliar out-of-hospital disaster environment?
    • aim and objective
      Aim
      Explore, describe and interpret the lived experience of Australian civilian general registered nurses (division 1) working in the out-of-hospital disaster environment
      Objectives
      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
    • method
      Methodology
      Hermeneutic phenomenological
      Participant recruitment
      Purposive
      Snowballing
    • method
      Participant 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
    • method
      Data collection
      Semi-structured individual interviews at 2 points in time
      Data analysis
      Thematic analysis
      Sententious approach
    • method
      Protection of human participants
      Flinders University Social and Behavioural Human Research Ethics Committee
    • The lived experience of Australian nurses working in disaster environments
      www.jamieranse.com
      Jamie Ranse, RN FRCNA
      BN, GCClinEd, GCClinEpiMCritCarNurs, PhD (Candidate)
      twitter.com/jamieranse
      youtube.com/jamieranse
      linkedin.com/in/jamieranse
      Supervisors: Professor Paul Arbon and Dr Lynette Cusack