HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGY:           AUSTRALIAN CIVILIAN NURSES   LIVED EXPERIENCE OF ASSISTING IN DISASTERS              ...
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 ...
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 registe...
HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGY:           AUSTRALIAN CIVILIAN NURSES   LIVED EXPERIENCE OF ASSISTING IN DISASTERS              ...
Hermeneutic phenomenology: exploring Australian nurses' lived experience of assisting in disasters
Hermeneutic phenomenology: exploring Australian nurses' lived experience of assisting in disasters
Hermeneutic phenomenology: exploring Australian nurses' lived experience of assisting in disasters
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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 Degrees Research Week, Adelaide, South Australia, 3rd July.

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Hermeneutic phenomenology: exploring Australian nurses' lived experience of assisting in disasters

  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. overview• Background• Research question• Methodology – Hermeneutics – Phenomenology
  3. 3. INTERNATIONAL
  4. 4. NATIONAL
  5. 5. HEALTH-AFFECTED DISASTER?
  6. 6. CYCLONE TRACY = DAYS #CHCH #EQNZ = MINS
  7. 7. WHAT WILL YOUR ROLE BE?
  8. 8. EDUCATION-PRACTICEMISMATCH
  9. 9. WILL YOU ASSIST?
  10. 10. research question• What is the Australian civilian registered general nurses (division 1) lived experience of working in the out-of- hospital disaster environment?
  11. 11. hermeneutics• Defined• Historically – Theology – Law – Philosophy (Phenomenology)
  12. 12. hermeneutics• The interviewer• The author• The interpreter
  13. 13. hermeneutics• Understanding (Dilthey)• Meaning (Heidegger)• Truth (Gadamer)
  14. 14. hermeneutics• Understanding (Dilthey)• Meaning (Heidegger)• Truth (Gadamer)• Hermeneutic circle
  15. 15. phenomenology• Subjects knowing object• Intentionality• Bracketing
  16. 16. phenomenology• Not subjects knowing object – Active participants• Transparent from consciousness• Being• Temporality
  17. 17. 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?
  18. 18. 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

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