The Fairy Tale as a Time Machine in Palliative Care

@article{Horwitz2018TheFT,
  title={The Fairy Tale as a Time Machine in Palliative Care},
  author={E. Horwitz and Natalia Tolstokova},
  journal={The journal of nursing care},
  year={2018},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-4}
}
Background: Studies show that certainty of death may affect time perception and the meaning attributed to time. The central interest of this research is the connection between the perception of time and fairy tales. The aim of the study was to explore the fairy tale method in their delivery of palliative care and how this work is related to the concept of time. Methods: A focus group interview conducted with a team delivering the service in Russia forms the basis of the exploration of… Expand

Figures from this paper

The Fairy Tale as a Time Machine in Palliative Care
Background: Studies show that certainty of death may affect time perception and the meaning attributed to time. The central interest of this research is the connection between the perception of timeExpand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 36 REFERENCES
Entering a world with no future: a phenomenological study describing the embodied experience of time when living with severe incurable disease.
TLDR
Findings from a phenomenological study exploring experience of time by patients living close to death are presented, which consist of 26 open-ended interviews from 23 patients living with severe incurable disease receiving palliative care in Norway. Expand
Fibromyalgia patients' own experiences of video self-interpretation: a phenomenological-hermeneutic study.
TLDR
By allowing the F MS patients to interpret themselves from videotape, the FMS patients become more aware of both body and self-signals, which make it easier for the clinician/therapist to know where to start to work with each patients' specific rehabilitation programme. Expand
Arts as an ecological method to enhance quality of work experience of healthcare staff: a phenomenological-hermeneutic study
TLDR
The findings show what is referred to as an “ecological” ripple of effects: the arts-based activities helped to reduce individual stress and to enhance mood over time, and the arts humanized the overall work climate in the healthcare setting. Expand
A phenomenological hermeneutical method for researching lived experience.
TLDR
A phenomenological hermeneutical method for interpreting interview texts inspired by the theory of interpretation presented by Paul Ricoeur is described, which discloses new possibilities for being in the world. Expand
Meanings of existential uncertainty and certainty for people diagnosed with cancer and receiving palliative treatment: a life-world phenomenological study
TLDR
People diagnosed with advanced gastrointestinal cancer and receiving palliative care expressed thoughts about personal learning initiated by the struggle of living with an uncertain future despite their efforts to live in the present. Expand
European Approaches to Work-Related Stress: A Critical Review on Risk Evaluation
TLDR
The comparison among the European models to approach work-related stress, although with limitations and socio-cultural differences, offers the possibility for the development of a social dialogue that is important in defining the correct and practical methodology for work stress evaluation and prevention. Expand
Illness perception, time perception and phenomenology - an extended response to Borrett.
  • T. Gergel
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of evaluation in clinical practice
  • 2013
TLDR
This paper expands on Borrett's ideas by reviewing current medical scholarship on time and illness perception, including Heidegger's ideas on temporality, and suggests how heideggerian temporality might help with the questions and recommendations emerging within diverse medical fields. Expand
Work situation and self-perceived economic situation as predictors of change in burnout – a prospective general population-based cohort study
TLDR
Risk factors in work situation and self-perceived economy are related to changes in burnout level, and special attention should be directed towards persons exposed to multiple risk factors. Expand
A Critical Care Societies Collaborative Statement: Burnout Syndrome in Critical Care Health-care Professionals. A Call for Action.
TLDR
The present article reviews the diagnostic criteria, prevalence, causative factors, and consequences of burnout syndrome, and discusses potential interventions that may be used to prevent and treat BOS. Expand
Time Across Cultures, Ages and Therapies
Time is often thought of in absolute terms and scientists have sought its ever more precise definition. Indeed, time is often treated as an object or even a commodity. This article focuses on theExpand
...
1
2
3
4
...