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Overseas trained nurses' perception of UK nurses' caring attitudes: a qualitative study



Overseas trained nurses' perception of UK nurses' caring attitudes: a qualitative study



International Journal of Nursing Practice 15(4): 265-270



The aim of this study was to explore overseas nurses' perception of their nursing colleagues' caring attitudes in the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. A qualitative phenomenological approach using semi-structured interviews was used to obtain data from 12 overseas nurses. The interview transcripts were transcribed verbatim and analysed using van Manen thematic approach. Although many themes emerged following thematic analysis, this study will report the findings of three themes such as empathy, understanding and caring perspectives, emotional impact and lack of teamwork. In conclusion, this study provides an insight and it increases our understanding of overseas nurses' perceptions of their nursing colleagues' caring attitudes in the NHS in the UK. This paper concludes by indicating that teamwork, being empathetic, understanding and reducing emotional labour for overseas nurses could lead to a more satisfied working environment for overseas nurses in the NHS in the UK.

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Accession: 054821545

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PMID: 19703042

DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-172X.2009.01760.x


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