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The Resource Listening to patients : a phenomenological approach to nursing research and practice, Sandra P. Thomas, Howard R. Pollio

Listening to patients : a phenomenological approach to nursing research and practice, Sandra P. Thomas, Howard R. Pollio

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Listening to patients : a phenomenological approach to nursing research and practice
Title
Listening to patients
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a phenomenological approach to nursing research and practice
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Sandra P. Thomas, Howard R. Pollio
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Language
eng
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Thomas, Sandra P
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illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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Pollio, Howard R
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  • Nurse and patient
  • Existentialism
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Patients
  • Nursing
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Listening to patients : a phenomenological approach to nursing research and practice, Sandra P. Thomas, Howard R. Pollio
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-283) and index
Contents
I. Phenomenology and Nursing. 1. The Patient, the Nurse, and the Philosopher: Seeing Rose Through the Eyes of Merleau-Ponty. 2. If a Lion Could Talk: Phenomenological Interviewing and Interpretation -- II. Nursing and the Human Experience of the Human Body. 3. The Human Experience of the Human Body. 4. "It's Like Getting Kicked by a Mule": Living With an Implanted Defibrillator. 5. "Now It's Me and This Pain": Living With Chronic Pain -- III. Nursing and the Human Experience of Other People. 6. The Human Experience of the World of Others. 7. "We All Became Diabetics": The Experience of Living With a Diabetic Sibling. 8. "Walking in the Dark": The Experience of Living With a Daughter Who Has an Eating Disorder. 9. "She Became an Alien": The Father's Experience of Living With Postpartum Depression -- IV. Nursing and the Human Experience of Time. 10. The Human Experience of Time. 11. "One Day You're Working and the Next Day You're an Invalid": Recovering After a Stroke. 12. "The Point of No Return": Formerly Abused Women's Experience of Staying Out of the Abusive Relationship. 13. "It Was the Dark Night of the Soul": Wresting Meaning From a Time of Spiritual Distress -- V. Nursing and the Human Experience of the World. 14. The Human Experience of the Non-Human World. 15. "Eventually It'll Be Over": The Dialectic Between Confinement and Freedom in the World of the Hospitalized Patient. 16. "Like a Bunch of Cattle": The Patient's Experience of the Outpatient Health Care Environment
Control code
6277348
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 294 p.
Isbn
9780826114662
Lccn
2001034183
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ill.
System control number
  • (DNLM)101095225
  • (DLC) 2001034183
  • 6277348
  • (BNAtoc) 2001034183
Label
Listening to patients : a phenomenological approach to nursing research and practice, Sandra P. Thomas, Howard R. Pollio
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-283) and index
Contents
I. Phenomenology and Nursing. 1. The Patient, the Nurse, and the Philosopher: Seeing Rose Through the Eyes of Merleau-Ponty. 2. If a Lion Could Talk: Phenomenological Interviewing and Interpretation -- II. Nursing and the Human Experience of the Human Body. 3. The Human Experience of the Human Body. 4. "It's Like Getting Kicked by a Mule": Living With an Implanted Defibrillator. 5. "Now It's Me and This Pain": Living With Chronic Pain -- III. Nursing and the Human Experience of Other People. 6. The Human Experience of the World of Others. 7. "We All Became Diabetics": The Experience of Living With a Diabetic Sibling. 8. "Walking in the Dark": The Experience of Living With a Daughter Who Has an Eating Disorder. 9. "She Became an Alien": The Father's Experience of Living With Postpartum Depression -- IV. Nursing and the Human Experience of Time. 10. The Human Experience of Time. 11. "One Day You're Working and the Next Day You're an Invalid": Recovering After a Stroke. 12. "The Point of No Return": Formerly Abused Women's Experience of Staying Out of the Abusive Relationship. 13. "It Was the Dark Night of the Soul": Wresting Meaning From a Time of Spiritual Distress -- V. Nursing and the Human Experience of the World. 14. The Human Experience of the Non-Human World. 15. "Eventually It'll Be Over": The Dialectic Between Confinement and Freedom in the World of the Hospitalized Patient. 16. "Like a Bunch of Cattle": The Patient's Experience of the Outpatient Health Care Environment
Control code
6277348
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 294 p.
Isbn
9780826114662
Lccn
2001034183
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (DNLM)101095225
  • (DLC) 2001034183
  • 6277348
  • (BNAtoc) 2001034183

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