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HSC Open Research Seminar - Wednesday 8th July, 1-1.50pm, RLH 201

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Bruce Vyner <[log in to unmask]>

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  School of Health and Social Care, Bournemouth University
PhD / Open Research Seminar

Using a phenomenological hermeneutic approach to explore role transition in nursing

Dr. Andy Mercer
                                                                                                      Senior Academic/Professional Lead, Mental Health & Learning Disabilities
                                                                                                                                   School of Health & Social Care


Wednesday 8th July,  2009

1.00pm - 1.50pm, Room RLH 201,
 Bournemouth University





You are cordially invited to the above lunch time seminar which is one of a regular series (normally every 4th Wednesday of the month) of PhD / Open Research Seminars open to all. Please feel free to bring your lunch.

Abstract

This paper reports on a recent PhD study that explored nurse practitioners' experiences of role transition and professional autonomy, and the potential of the nurse practitioner role in the ever changing world of health care. Amongst specialist nursing roles, the position of the nurse practitioner is of particular interest, because nurse practitioners have evolved within an interprofessional philosophy of care, and therefore have complex issues relating to the scope of their professional practice, their individual and professional identity, and their professional autonomy.

The research was conducted using a phenomenological hermeneutic approach inspired by Ricoeur, and placed a significant emphasis on the meaning of the lived experience of the participant nurse practitioners within their professional role. Narrative interviews with fourteen nurse practitioners were transcribed to create a series of texts for subsequent analysis. Data analysis provided a progressive exploration of the meaning of the experience of professional autonomy for the participants in the study, and incorporated a descriptive analysis and an interpretive account of the phenomenon.

The presentation will consider both the methodological issues arising within the study and the findings.

Biography

Andy Mercer has worked at Bournemouth University since its inception. A mental health nurse by background, he joined the University as senior lecturer in mental health in 1992 just as the former polytechnic gained university status. Over the past ten years he has held a number of executive positions in the School, including Head of Programmes and Head of Quality and more recently acted as Associate Dean (Nursing). His current post is Senior Academic/Professional Lead in Mental Health & Learning Disabilities. He was awarded his PhD in 2008 following a thesis entitled Role transition and the nurse practitioner: An investigation into the experience of professional autonomy.


Apologies for cross posting.

I hope that you can make it.

Bruce Vyner

Practice Development Administrator
Incorporating Research & Enterprise
& New Dynamics of Ageing

School of Health & Social Care
Bournemouth University
R109, Royal London House
Christchurch Road
Bournemouth
Dorset
BH1 3LT

Tel:.   + 44 (0) 1202 962175
Email:  [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Web:    www.bournemouth.ac.uk<http://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/>

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The Guardian University Guide 2009

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Bruce Vyner
Practice Development Administrator
Incorporating Research & Enterprise
& New Dynamics of Ageing

School of Health & Social Care
Bournemouth University
R109, Royal London House
Christchurch Road
Bournemouth
Dorset
BH1 3LT

Tel:.   + 44 (0) 1202 962175
Email:  [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Web:    www.bournemouth.ac.uk<http://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/>

The UK's no. 1 new university
The Guardian University Guide 2009

P Before you print please think about the ENVIRONMENT



 
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