Phenomenology without phenomena: a discussion of the use of phenomenology to examine expertise in long-term care of elderly patients.

@article{Reed1994PhenomenologyWP,
  title={Phenomenology without phenomena: a discussion of the use of phenomenology to examine expertise in long-term care of elderly patients.},
  author={Jan Reed},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={1994},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={336-41}
}
  • Jan Reed
  • Published 1994 in Journal of advanced nursing
Phenomenological approaches to research have gained popularity in nursing research over past years, in particular the use of critical incident technique. Phenomenology can be traced back to existentialist philosophy where it is expounded in the work of Husserl and Heidegger. One of the most notable examples of phenomenological research in nursing has been the work of Benner who has used this approach to examine expertise in nursing. This paper is an account of a study which attempted to adapt… CONTINUE READING

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