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grounded theory study of a day hospital intransition

Peter Ardern

grounded theory study of a day hospital intransition

"safeguarding care gains"

by Peter Ardern

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Published by University of Portsmouth in Portsmouth .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Portsmouth, 1997.

StatementPeter Ardern.
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Open LibraryOL16826077M

Nurses' experience of using scientific knowledge on clinical practice: A grounded theory study. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 29, – doi/scs [CrossRef]Author: Zohreh Schuessler, Leolin Castillo, Sheranda Fessler, Robin Herrmann, Dora Kuntz, Becky Spencer.   I am conducting a grounded theory study on happiness utilizing Strauss & Corbin’s approach as my foundation. However I have not found any information on the initial sample size that would be appropriate. I understand that due to the nature of the study there are no strict criteria for sample size (Patto n, ). Also that the sample size is.

appraisals. A grounded theory approach was used to explore the experience of 8 women enduring breast cancer treatment aged using semi-structured interviews with each participant. This study’s purpose was to give a more inclusive picture of the stressors encountered while enduring breast cancer treatments, and the coping strategies used. Nurses' perceptions of quality nursing care: a grounded theory study of overloading Jacqueline Flynn Southern Cross University [email protected] is an electronic repository administered by Southern Cross University Library. Its goal is to capture and preserve the intellectual.

this study was to develop a substantive theory of clinical judgment in nursing to overcome the limitations of existing research. Classical grounded theory was used to discover the process hospital based registered nurses with two to three years . Grounded theory (GT) is a systematic methodology in the social sciences involving the construction of theories through methodical gathering and analysis of data. This research methodology uses inductive reasoning, in contrast to the hypothetico-deductive model of the scientific method.A study using grounded theory is likely to begin with a question, or even .


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Ardern. A qualitative study using the grounded theory approach was used. The study was based in two day surgery units in two urban public hospitals in the United Kingdom. patients aged years and Author: Anne Mottram. Strauss and Corbin’s () grounded theory approach guided the study.

Semi-structured face-to-face interviews were conducted with 14 staff nurses working in an adult medical-surgical intensive care unit (MSICU) at one of two participating hospitals. The grounded theory recognizing and responding to uncertainty wasCited by: 1.

Exploring Engagement: A Grounded Theory Study of Young Peoples Interactions with Healthcare Professionals Jason Vickers School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work College of Health and Social Care University of Salford, Salford, UK.

Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, February This study aimed to develop a grounded theory to describe and explain the experience of pain and its impact, as reported by the individuals who had pain associated with chronic leg ulceration.

The Strauss and Corbin grounded theory approach was by:   Supporting the occupation of patients with a chronic disability such as Alzheimer's disease is a central concern in occupational therapy. The aim of this study was to discover and understand the opportunities for conducting a program aimed at stimulating occupational activities in a day-hospital unit for persons with by: grounded theory's research practices, appears to have been left behind.

In summary, even though the grounded theory approach to qualitative research is apparent through its being widely cited, the scope of work that comprises the relevant body of File Size: 1MB. Research Design. A qualitative study was conducted using grounded dimensional analysis (GDA), a variant of grounded theory (Bowers & Schatzman, ; Kools, McCarthy, Durham, & Robrecht, ; Schatzman, ), to explore how acute care providers (medicine, nursing, case management) transition patients from hospital to is Cited by: 4.

Grounded theory as a qualitative methodology was developed by Barney G. Glaser and Anselm L. Strauss, two sociologists investigating the social processes of death and dying in hospital in the United States in the mid s.

Their book,The Discovery of Grounded Theory (Glaser & Strauss, ), explicated a rigorous set of inductively driven research.

Grounded theory is a theory that is derived from data, systematically gathered and analyzed through the research process The aim of grounded theory is to generate rather than verify theory. The researcher's purpose in using grounded theory is to explain a phenomenon from within the social situation itself and to identify the inherent processes Cited by: This book describes the grounded theory approach for organization and management researchers needing to fully understand the possibilities and challenges of this method.

It brings together the broadly dispersed discussions of grounded theory's logic and practices, restoring the grounded theory style of qualitative research for students and.

The discovery of theory from data--grounded theory--is a major task confronting sociology, for such a theory fits empirical situations, and is understandable to sociologists and laymen alike. Glaser and Strauss’ () version of grounded theory guided the design of this study.

Grounded theory is recommended to investigate and explain practices and processes when theory is not available or when models are available but were developed and tested on samples and populations other than those of interest (Creswell, ).Author: Tiziana M.L.

Sala Defilippis, Katherine Curtis, Ann Gallagher. the grounded theory method – the elements that need to be present in order for a study to call itself a grounded theory study. Although these historical and procedural aspects of grounded theory have been well described by others (Kennedy & Lingard, ), a guide to grounded theory must begin here, inFile Size: 1MB.

communication skills of doctors; however, with the study of the physician and patient web-logs it is clear that effective communication is the responsibility of both the patient and physician. Using grounded theory and through open, axial and selective coding, six themes were identified during the analysis of physician and patient web-logs.

Current core competence in nursing education include quality improvement, patient-centred care, teamwork and collaboration, using evidence-based practice, safety and informatics. This study investigates patients’ perceptions of the meaning of good care in inpatient surgical care.

Grounded theory according to Charmaz was chosen as the study by: The Grounded Theory Institute is dedicated to helping people learn about authentic Grounded Theory (otherwise knows as Glaserian, Classic, or Orthodox Grounded Theory).

It is a place where scholars come together to aid each other in the pursuit of a better understanding of GT. Title: Therapeutic Relationships in Day Surgery: A Grounded Theory study. Aim: The aim of the study was to explore patients’ experiences of day surgery.

Background: Therapeutic relationships are considered to be a core dimension of nursing care. However in modern healthcare with short hospital stays the formation of these relationships may be File Size: KB.

Grounded theory developed in sociology and was first described by Barney Glaser and Anselm Strauss as a qualitative methodological approach in which the aim was to generate a “grounded theory” to describe and explain the phenomenon under study. Unlike phenomenologists, grounded theorists seek to include all data sources that might.

Hospital discharge is a complex and challenging process for healthcare professionals, patients, and carers. Effective discharge planning could significantly improve a patient's health and reduce patient readmission [1–6].A systematic review from 21 randomised controlled trials involving 7, patients by Shepperd showed that a structured discharge plan Cited by: