Les croyances de huit infirmiers et infirmières modèles en oncologie se rapportant au cadre théorique en sciences infirmières de Watson

Beth Perry

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Cette étude présente divers résultats obtenus dans le cadre d’une étude qualitative portant sur huit infirmiers et infirmières modèles en oncologie. Elle s’intéresse principalement aux opinions que ces professionnels entretiennent à propos d’éléments clés de la pratique infirmière à savoir la nature de la santé et des êtres humains, les relations patient-infirmière, les soins infirmiers et l’environnement infirmier. La première partie de l’étude décrit la méthodologie de recherche qui la caractérise. Elle présente ensuite les croyances des infirmiers et infirmières en oncologie ayant trait aux cinq éléments centraux de la pratique infirmière en les rattachant au cadre théorique en sciences infirmières de Jean Watson.


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