Fenomenología del sentir de las enfermeras en el contexto profesional de Tenerife (España)

  1. Cristo Manuel Marrero González
  2. Alfonso Miguel García Hernández
Journal:
Cultura de los cuidados: Revista de Enfermería y Humanidades

ISSN: 1699-6003

Year of publication: 2018

Issue: 51

Pages: 11-21

Type: Article

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DOI: 10.14198/cuid.2018.51.02 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor

Abstract

Main objective: to deepen the nurses' experience regarding responsibility, insecurity, fear of error and the work environment within the context of occupational and health care in Tenerife. For this purpose, a phenomenological hermeneutic study has been proposed, taking a study sample chosen for the convenience of the population of nurses graduated between 2009 and 2014, of the two university nursing schools in Tenerife. It establishes as the main category "to feel", from which arise the subcategories "to feel uncertainty", "to feel fear", "to feel the responsibility", "to feel rage for the error", "emotional exhaustion", and " Feel not give good attention ". It is established that the responsibility is the greater experience that new nurses have in Tenerife within the work and professional context, which leads to emotional exhaustion.

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