Being a clinical nurse consultant: a hermeneutic phenomenological reflection.

@article{Walters1996BeingAC,
  title={Being a clinical nurse consultant: a hermeneutic phenomenological reflection.},
  author={Andrew J. Walters},
  journal={International journal of nursing practice},
  year={1996},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={2-10}
}
This paper describes the lived experiences of clinical nurse consultants. The research approach was that of hermeneutic phenomenology, and the participants in the study were 10 clinical nurse consultants who work in a range of clinical specialty services in a large Sydney referral hospital. The paper provides a phenomenological account of two themes that emerged from the study: the experience of diversity, and the experience of working with people. The experience of diversity relates to the… CONTINUE READING

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