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論文名稱
Title
護士與病人在台灣護理照顧的經驗之質性研究
A qualitative study of caring in nursing in Taiwan as experienced by nurses and patients
系所名稱
Department
畢業學年期
Year, semester
語文別
Language
學位類別
Degree
頁數
Number of pages
157
研究生
Author
指導教授
Advisor
召集委員
Convenor
口試委員
Advisory Committee
口試日期
Date of Exam
2018-07-09
繳交日期
Date of Submission
2018-07-28
關鍵字
Keywords
同理心、情感支持、跨文化經驗、護理、照顧
caring, nursing, cross-cultural experience, empathy, emotional support
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中文摘要
本文是針對台灣護理照顧的經驗之質性研究。為了探索複雜的護理照顧現象,本研究考慮到了不同的觀點, 因此總共採訪二十名參與者,有護士以及病人, 個別由十名台灣護士和十名病人組成。病人又分成兩組,共採訪五位台灣人和五位非台灣人之外籍人士。為了得到三個研究目標的答案,研究者進行了半結構式的訪談。第一個研究目標為調查護理關懷現象,第二個研究目標關注於情感上的支持,最後一個研究目標為護士與病人的跨文化經驗。在第一部分中,本文根據護士和病人的訪談結果,提出了護理照顧最重要的要素。第二部分研究結果指出護士在台灣如何提供情緒支持和同理心,以及病人如何看待這種支持。最後一部分強調了台灣跨文化關懷中出現的困難和一些文化差異。這項研究可以幫助醫療保健行業的專業人士,例如護士和醫生在護理方面表現更貼近病人,並且可能能為那些打算在台灣工作的人們提供有用的信息。對於對跨文化環境中的護理照顧,情感支持, 同理心及其表現形式感興趣的研究人員來說,這也是非常重要的。
Abstract
This thesis is a qualitative research on caring in nursing in Taiwan. To explore the complex phenomenon of caring, this study takes into consideration different point of views. Twenty participants were interviewed, nurses as well as patients. The sample consist of ten Taiwanese nurses and ten patients. The patients were divided in two groups, five Taiwanese and five non-Taiwanese were interviewed.
To seek the answer to three research objectives the researcher conducted in depth semi-structured interviews. The first objective investigated the phenomenon of caring, the second one focused on emotional support and the last one examined transcultural experiences of nurses and patients in Taiwan. In a first part this thesis presents the most important aspect of caring according to nurses and patients. The second part of the findings point out how nurses provide emotional support and empathy in Taiwan and how this support is perceived by patients. In a last part, the difficulties that emerge from transcultural caring in Taiwan and some cultural differences are highlighted.
This study could help professionals working in the healthcare industry, such as nurses and doctors to excel in care giving, and may contain useful information for those who intend to work in Taiwan in the future. It could as well be of great importance to researchers interested in the phenomenon of care, emotional support, empathy and their manifestation in cross-cultural settings.
目次 Table of Contents
Thesis Validation Letter i
Acknowledgments ii
摘要 iii
Abstract iv
List of Tables vi
List of Figures vii
Chapter I: Introduction 1
Chapter II: Literature Review 3
II.1. Culture 3
II.2. Emotions 11
II.3. Health and care 20
Chapter III: Methodology 35
III.1. Doing Research 35
III.2. Research design 36
III.3. Reliability and Validity 40
III.4. Research ethics 41
III.5. Analysis and Coding 42
Chapter IV: Participant Information 46
IV.1. Nurses 46
IV.2. Patients 52
Chapter V: Findings and Discussion 60
V.1. Research Objective 1 61
V.2. Research Objective 2 73
V.3. Research Objective 3 83
V.4. Conclusion 93
Chapter VI: Conclusion 99
VI.1. Practical Implications 99
VI.2. Limitations 100
VI.3. Future Research 101
References 102
Appendix 117
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