Critical illness survivorship and implications for care provision; a constructivist grounded theory

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Page, Pamela;
  • Subject: RT
    mesheuropmc: humanities

Background\ud In the context of increasing survivorship from critical illness it is important to enhance our understanding of the subjective experience of survivors and their families. The critical illness experience is enormously complex, varied and multifaceted. The n... View more
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    Table 3.1 Constructivist paradigm position on selected issues (adapted from Lincoln and Guba 2005)..................................................................................................... 70 Table 3.3 Criteria for assessing quality of research (adapted from Elliott and Lazenbarr 2005) .................................................................................................... 83 Table 6.1 Registered Nurse Characteristics......................................................... 198 Figure 6.3 Network view Family member presence (focus code) ......................... 219 Figure 6.4 Network view Specialised knowledge and skill (focus code) ............... 230 Figure 6.5 Network view Transition from critical care to wards (focus code) ........ 236 Figure 6.6 Progressive coding construction in relation to overarching theoretical code explaining RNs experiences of survivorship in AGCCU (adapted from Hamm 2015). .................................................................................................................. 246 Figure 7.1 Constructed image of self by critical illness survivor............................ 256 Figure 7.2 Conceptual model of the dualistic worlds of survivors and family members ............................................................................................................. 264 Box 3.1 Reflective memo following interview PR09................................................ 86

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