A qualitative study of lived experiences
Lived experience phenomenology definition
What's important to consider is that cancer is not a status, class, or career disease. Overall, the participants expressed their coping methods to be adequate, and came to a consensus that their skills as therapists were useful in their own recovery Hott, Some of the personal processes participants encountered during their coping with and surviving cancer included: intrapersonal processes; and self-care and therapeutic experiences. I transcribed each interview verbatim from mp3 audio files. In addition to social support, medical professional utilized various coping methods which included: music Liberman, ; using skills based on their professional training such as communication and counseling skills Nesbit, ; and finding new meaning in cancer Tierney and McKinley, ; Liberman, ; Granger, Initially, interviews began with a general question about their clinical work and background, then more focused questions about their experience of surviving cancer and working with patients followed. Grefenson's study of seven psychotherapists who survived breast cancer, focused mainly on the ways cancer influenced their clinical work, which included both positive and negative consequences Intrapersonal Processes Denial Denial was a frequently utilized coping method. One participant paid more attention to providing the necessary support doctors are not able to provide when giving bad news to patients. As a result, they reported feeling better equipped and more able to address the various needs of their clients.
During the interview, I mainly utilized attentive listening and reflecting, and probing and clarification when necessary to capture the experience in a more detailed and vivid form, or to clear up any chance for misinterpretation due to nuances or metaphoric use of language.
The following section summarizes the anecdotal reports and qualitative studies found in this search.
Data Collection and Analysis Interview Procedure I met with all five participants for a qualitative interview at their home or office. The book emerged from the Cybermohalla project, an innovative alternative education programme which de-territorialized information and communications technology by providing open platforms to young people from bastis in Delhi to generate life narratives on their experience of and role in urban life.
All of them worked full time but one retired recently. Participants were also limited to cancer survivors who were in remission and not receiving cancer-related medical treatments at the time of recruitment. One strategy was gainning more information about their illness and treatment process.
I transcribed each interview verbatim from mp3 audio files. In addition, a number of the writers indicated that they became more compassionate, sensitive, empathic and caring in their work as a result of their personal experience with cancer Alger, ; Liberman, ; Granger, ; Grefenson, ; McCorkle,
Phenomenological research guidelines
What's important to consider is that cancer is not a status, class, or career disease. If I can share that with my team, that person is going to have a much better experience. Few others have such influence within academia, or the profession. Firstly, I had worked with an exceptional music therapist who was a cancer survivor herself, and this experience led me to ponder upon the role of her personal experience of cancer in clinical work. Review of Literature A thorough database search was conducted with combinations of the following keywords: health personnel, health professional, medical professional, doctor, physician, nurse, therapist; cancer, post cancer, neoplasm, illness, cancer survivor; and coping, work, practice, transformation, clinical work, experience, personal experience, countertransference using CINAHL, Medline, Proquest, and PsycINFO. Reinstating dignity. In terms of physical impact, medical professionals also expressed hardships associated with common symptoms such as pain, nausea and fatigue. To come out of that and to be able to experience those happier times…I call it in-my-life again…Cancer changed my whole life. From this process, two additional participants agreed to participate. Seven nursing deans participated in the study, and the technique used to gather data was the recording of face-to-face interviews conducted in a semi-structured format. However, I believe that illness provides opportunities for personal growth, better comprehension of the influence of such illness, and increased confidence in coping methods one has utilized for oneself. Data Collection and Analysis Interview Procedure I met with all five participants for a qualitative interview at their home or office. Results: The results yielded four major themes and 11 subthemes.
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