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Value of phenomenology for evidence-based nursing expertise and the development of nursing care knowledge. Part II

Value of phenomenology for evidence-based nursing expertise and the development of nursing care knowledge. Part II

Recherche en Soins Infirmiers 2002(69): 88-99

This second article starts by an argumentation linked to the choice of hermeneutic approach in regards to little know, as the one of comfort. It goes on by a synthesis of several essential elements of the transcendental and Existential Phenomenology. The principal characteristics of the contemporary and interpretative Phenomenology are outlined such as the phenomenological approach of Benner. The activity of putting in parenthesis (bracketing) is presented, as criteria of participant's inclusion and exclusion, the context within the study was unfolded and the manner of lived interviews in other aspects, some kept data in the "carnet de bord" are put in perspective. The procedure of coding data is described as thematics categories which emerged from them direct observations are approached. Finally, criteria of rigour and ethical aspects of the research end this article.

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