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The relational experiences of professionals encountering dying patients and their families (2015–2016)

The purpose of this study is to describe and interpret how students experience their relationships with dying patients and their families and how such experiences are communicated in the workplace.

This study is based on focus group discussions with a group of students pursuing specialisation in cancer nursing.

Investigators: Associate Professor Ellen Ramvi and Associate Professor Venke Ueland

Dissemmination:

Ueland, V. I.; Ramvi, E. (2018). Nurses' process of 'becoming' when working in the context of death and dying. International Journal for Human Caring. ISSN 1091-5710. Volum 22. Hefte 1. DOI: 10.20467/1091-5710.22.1.pg52.

Ramvi, E. & Ueland, V.I. (2017). Between the patient and next of kin in end-of-life-care: A critical study based on feminist theory. Nursing Ethics. Published online, 24th January.

Ramvi, Ellen; Ueland, Venke Irene. Mellom pasient og pårørende i omsorg ved livets slutt. [Eng. "Between the patient and next of kin at the end of lfie"] Forskerseminar om døden; 2016-03-09 - 2016-03-10. University of Stavanger