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Document Type Master's Dissertation
Author Van Heerden, Marius
Email mariuscarlien@absamail.co.za
URN etd-10152007-140809
Document Title The perceptions of accident and emergency nurses regarding a structured debriefing programme in a private hospital in Gauteng
Degree MCur (Clinical)
Department Nursing Science
Supervisor
Advisor Name Title
Dr A D H Botha
Keywords
  • structured debriefing programme
  • accident and emergency nurses
  • perceptions
  • qualitative methodology
  • peer debriefers
  • positive and negative aspects
  • recommendations
  • model of SP Hattingh
Date 2005-10-09
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Abstract
The aim of this study was to determine Accident and Emergency (A&E) nursesí perceptions of a structured debriefing programme based on the model of SP Hattingh. Objectives of the research were to train A&E nurses as peer debriefers to be able to implement a structured debriefing programme, to then implement it and finally to determine the debriefed A&E nurses and debriefersí perceptions of the structured debriefing programme. A contextual, explorative, descriptive research design, using qualitative methodology, was adopted. The population for this study was all registered nurses working in an A&E unit in a private hospital in Gauteng. Three main themes were identified, namely: positive aspects, negative aspects and recommendations for implementation. Recommendations were made to optimise the use of this programme in the future.

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