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Using parent metaphors for learning about the neonatal care experience: an interpretive perspective
This study focuses on how metaphors are used by parents who have had a premature baby to describe their neonatal care experience and how these can contribute to empathic learning of health professionals. In health, metaphors ...
Listening to the parent voice to inform person-centred neonatal care.
Family integrated care (FIC), where parents are an integral part of their baby’s care and decision-making can enhance parental involvement and empowerment, contributing to decreased parental separation and stress. It follows ...
Understanding parents’ emotional experiences for neonatal education: A narrative, interpretive approach
Aims and objectives: To explore the emotional experiences of parents who have had premature babies to inform and educate neonatal nurses and health professionals in this field. Background: Parents find the neonatal unit a ...
Core Story Creation: Analysing narratives to construct stories for learning
Abstract Background; Educational research uses narrative inquiry as an approach to gain and interpret people’s experiences. An integral component of this research approach is narrative analysis to organise and make sense ...