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"It's busy .... but I love it": the experience of nurses providing abortion care in a specialist setting.

Coombe, Brigid Ann
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2013
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Aim: This is a report of a study to understand the subjective experience of nurses whose role it is to provide nursing care for women seeking abortion services in a specialist clinic. Background: Abortion is a very commonly provided health service in Australia but remains morally and politically controversial and associated with judgment and stigma. Nurses are integral to the provision of abortion services for women. Research attention to the subjective experience of nurses providing abortion care in specialist abortion services has been limited, particularly in Australia. Methods: A qualitative research design, informed by feminist research principles was developed to explore the experience of nurses caring for women in a gendered and marginalised area of health care. A small sample of nurses, working in a specialist clinic in SA, participated in an in depth interview with the researcher, and a workshop to validate initial thematic data analysis. Results: Nurses choose to work in a specialist abortion clinic for a range of reasons. A commitment to self-determination in health care decision-making facilitates the nurses’ work in the contested environment of abortion. Four themes emerged from the data analysis. The participants’ experience was revealed...