Chinese nurses' relief experiences following two earthquakes: implications for disaster education and policy development.

@article{Wenji2015ChineseNR,
  title={Chinese nurses' relief experiences following two earthquakes: implications for disaster education and policy development.},
  author={Zhou Wenji and Sue Turale and Teresa Elizabeth Stone and Marcia A Petrini},
  journal={Nurse education in practice},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={75-81}
}
Disasters require well trained nurses but disaster nursing education is very limited in China and evidence is urgently required for future planning and implementation of specialized disaster education. This describes the themes arising from narratives of Chinese registered nurses who worked in disaster relief after two major earthquakes. In-depth interviews were held with 12 registered nurses from Hubei Province. Riessman's narrative inquiry method was used to develop individual stories and… CONTINUE READING

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