Being in a critical illness-recovery process: a phenomenological hermeneutical study.

@article{Palesj2015BeingIA,
  title={Being in a critical illness-recovery process: a phenomenological hermeneutical study.},
  author={Carina Palesj{\"o} and Lena Andersson and Margareta Asp},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2015},
  volume={24 23-24},
  pages={3494-502}
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to describe and interpret the essential meaning of the lived experiences of being in a critical illness-recovery process after a life-threatening condition. BACKGROUND The critical illness-recovery process after a life-threatening condition takes several years and does not only include patients' experiences during intensive care. Previous research has mainly focused on what critically ill patients recall. However, from a phenomenological point of… CONTINUE READING
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