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Doing phenomenology and hermeneutics: Australian civilian nurses' lived experience of being in a disasters

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Ranse J. (2014). Doing phenomenology and hermeneutics: Australian civilian nurses' lived experience of being in a disasters; presentation at the Higher Degrees Week - Flinders University, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery. Adelaide, South Australia, 30th June.

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Doing phenomenology and hermeneutics: Australian civilian nurses' lived experience of being in a disasters

  1. 1. DOING PHENOMENOLOGY AND HERMENEUTICS: Australian civilian nurses’ lived experience of being in disasters Jamie Ranse Supervisors: Prof Paul Arbon, Dr Lynette Cusack, and Prof Ramon Shaban jamieranse.com twitter.com/jamieranse youtube.com/jamieranse linkedin.com/in/jamieranse
  2. 2. research question • What is it like being an Australian civilian registered general nurses, in the out-of-hospital disaster environment?
  3. 3. design • Hermeneutics phenomenology – A way of interpretation – essence of things as they are appearing in the conscious awareness of the first person.
  4. 4. participants • 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
  5. 5. participant recruitment • Purposive • Snowballing
  6. 6. data gathering Interviews •Phenomenological •Hermeneutic
  7. 7. data analysis • Eidetic reduction
  8. 8. data analysis • Eidetic reduction • Lived experience description
  9. 9. data analysis • Eidetic reduction • Lived experience description • Hermeneutics
  10. 10. evaluation • Phenomenological nod • Evaluative appraisals
  11. 11. DOING PHENOMENOLOGY AND HERMENEUTICS: Australian civilian nurses’ lived experience of being in disasters Jamie Ranse Supervisors: Prof Paul Arbon, Dr Lynette Cusack, and Prof Ramon Shaban jamieranse.com twitter.com/jamieranse youtube.com/jamieranse linkedin.com/in/jamieranse

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