Peer-supported storytelling for grieving pediatric oncology nurses.

@article{Macpherson2008PeersupportedSF,
  title={Peer-supported storytelling for grieving pediatric oncology nurses.},
  author={Catherine Fiona Macpherson},
  journal={Journal of pediatric oncology nursing : official journal of the Association of Pediatric Oncology Nurses},
  year={2008},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={148-63}
}
Telling stories about deceased patients to supportive peers is frequently mentioned as an activity used for meaning-making in anecdotal reports of clinical practice and the literature addressing nurses' experiences caring for dying children. This study examines peer-supported storytelling for grieving pediatric oncology nurses using a mixed methods single-group descriptive repeated measures design. Participants were 6 registered nurses from a tertiary care pediatric hospital inpatient oncology… CONTINUE READING

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