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A phenomenological convergence study on the mealtime experience of shift nurses on duty.

교대근무 간호사의 식사경험에 관한 현상학적 융합연구

Kim, Soo Jeong;Kim, Won Jeong
김수정;김원정

  • Received : 2018.09.12
  • Accepted : 2019.01.20
  • Published : 2019.01.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to obtain a comprehensive understanding of shift nurses' mealtime experience on duty. This study was explored by hermeneutic phenomenological analytic method suggested by van Manen. The participants were shift nurses at two general hospitals in Korea. Six participants were interviewed until information reached saturation point. Data was collected through individual in-depth interviews. The results of study were emerged 7 themes. Each theme was :'Forgetting hunger.', 'Fatigue takes precedence over hunger.', 'Feeling sorry and becoming conscious of other colleagues.', 'Inhale the meal in a short time.', 'Conflicting between responsibility for the patient body and my body', 'They want look for freedom and right through their mealtime.', 'Hope that mealtime is a precious time.' The results of this study are significant in providing a convergence understanding of the working environment of the shift nurses.

Keywords

Convergence;Nurse;Mealtime;experience;Qualitative research;Hermeneutics

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