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Taking an interpretive perspective, the author analyzes the social construction of. .11. Aspects of Caring and Coping. 12. Conclusion: a Theory of Social Judgement.

Taking an interpretive perspective, the author analyzes the social construction of patient labels identifyin. Nursing Standard ’This book has much to contribut. y raising the level of awareness and enhancing their understanding of the often accepted behaviour of many nurses in labelling patients. Valuable insight is provided into the nurse-client relationship in today’s complex health care environment. European Journal of Public Health.

Professor Johnson demonstrates the redundancy of trait theories of social judgment, offering a more complex and negotiated reality in which patient labels form a part of a rich web of unequal power relations between nurses and their clients.

First published in 1997, this work makes a substantial reexamination of the social processes behind the labelling of patients in hospital care. Taking an interpretive perspective, the author analyzes the social construction of patient labels identifying strategies for and the consequences of giving and receipt of 'good' and 'bad' labels. He shows how the rich data of truly participant observation in the tradition of reflexive ethnography can powerfully illuminate the experiences and actions of both patients and their nurses

of patients in hospital care, this volume takes an interpretive perspective as the .

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Rather, nurse-patient relations are beset by conflict and struggle, frequently resulting in the acquiescence of patients to the nursing and the medical goals of care

Rather, nurse-patient relations are beset by conflict and struggle, frequently resulting in the acquiescence of patients to the nursing and the medical goals of care. On the basis of an ethnography of a hospital medical ward, we will describe a process of social judgement and set it into a discussion of the social context where an unequal balance of power is integral to provider-recipient relations. These are assessing, negotiation, struggling and acquiescing.

His Nursing Power and Social Judgement, Ashgate, Aldershot (1997) . The book examines social processes of assessing, negotiating, struggling an.

His Nursing Power and Social Judgement, Ashgate, Aldershot (1997) examined the social context of a hospital ward, offering insights into the way that nurses and their patients negotiate, or struggle, for the power to achieve their goals through judgemental labelling. An interpretive ethnography of social judgement (labelling processes) in a hospital ward. The book examines social processes of assessing, negotiating, struggling and aquiescing leading to the ascription of powerful social labels with which nurses and others manage care.

Background: Current literature on preceptorship in nursing has failed to explore how competence is.

Background: Current literature on preceptorship in nursing has failed to explore how competence is underpinned by knowledge frameworks in clinical pract. Final assessment of nursing students in clinical practice: Perspectives of nursing teachers, students and mentors.

Psychiatric and mental health nursing. Psychiatric nursing or mental health nursing is the appointed position of a nurse that specialises in mental health, and cares for people of all ages experiencing mental illnesses or distress.

Ethnography seeks to explain both explicit aspects of a culture (what all members are aware of and take for granted), and tacit elements (outside of awareness). This may include space and spatial cues (SPRADLEY, 1980), or "largely unarticulated contextual understanding that is often manifested in nods, silences, humour and naughty nuances" (ALTHEIDE & JOHNSON, 1998 . 97). In Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna S. Lincoln (Eds), Collecting and Interpreting Qualitative Materials.

From nursing orientation, code blues, tricks of the trade, and personal experiences, to time management . Welcome to Season 4 of the FreshRN Podcast. Taking care of someone who is unable to interact or make their own medical decisions can be complex

From nursing orientation, code blues, tricks of the trade, and personal experiences, to time management, delegation, patient deaths, and more. Please note, while patient experiences are discussed, their identifying details have been changed to protect their privacy and uphold HIPAA. Taking care of someone who is unable to interact or make their own medical decisions can be complex. In this episode, we discuss some tips on talking to an unconscious patient and their loved ones, assessment tips, and as well as things to consider like health care power of attorney, consents, and more. Listen to this episode below!

Re-examining the social processes behind the labelling of patients in hospital care, this volume takes an interpretive perspective as the author analyzes the social construction of patient labels identifying strategies for, and the consequences of, giving and receiving "good" and "bad" labels. Martin Johnson shows how the data of participant observation in the tradition of reflexive ethnography can powerfully illuminate the experiences and actions of both patients and their nurses. The study is an analysis of work in this field and seeks to demonstrate the redundancy of trait theories of social judgement and offers a complex and negotiated reality in which patient labels form a part of a rich web of unequal power relations between nurses and their clients.
Nursing Power and Social Judgement: An Interpretive Ethnography of a Hospital Ward (Developments in Nursing & Health Care) download epub
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Author: Martin Johnson
ISBN: 1859726518
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Nursing
Language: English
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Limited (August 15, 1997)
Pages: 220 pages