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Everyday ethics of nurses in eliminative behavior support Fumika IKEDA 1 , Naoko MARUOKA 2 1National Hospital Organization Ishikawa Hospital 2Ishikawa Prefectural Nursing University Keyword: 日常倫理 , 排泄援助 , 看護師 , everyday ethics , eliminative behavior support , nurse pp.62-69
Published Date 2016/3/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7001200032
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 The goal of the present study was to elucidate the types of everyday ethics that sustain the eliminative behavior support provided by nurses. Seventeen nurses working at a general hospital participated in the present study. After participant observation, data were collected through semi-structured interviews and then qualitatively and inductively analyzed. Eliminative behavior support performed by nurses from the perspective of everyday ethics fell into six categories: “Elimination is normal for humans,” “Elimination should be done where it is desired, by oneself, at one's own pace, to completion,” “It is surely unpleasant for the patient,” “I minimize my presence,” “Communication is maintained throughout,” and “I should not become accustomed to this.” In context, two distinct patterns of eliminative behavior support were seen: “Communication is maintained throughout” and “It is surely unpleasant for the patient.” The notion of “minimizing the nurse's presence,” which was highly valued by nurses for “maintaining communication throughout,” appears to be an important aspect of everyday ethics in eliminative behavior support.


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電子版ISSN 2434-7361 印刷版ISSN 1883-244X 日本看護倫理学会

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