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KHademi M, Mohammadi E, Vanaki Z. THE ORIGINS OF THE EDUCATION OF HUMANISTIC NURSING APPROACHES IN NURSES: A QUALITATIVE STUDY. Nursing and Midwifery Journal 2012; 10 (5)
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The origins of the education of humanistic nursing approaches in nurses: A qualitative study                         KHademi M[1], Mohammadi E[2]*,Vanaki Z[3] Received: 23 May, 2012 Accepted: 26 Aug, 2012AbstractBackground & Aims: Humanistic approaches in nursing care are very important. But there is a little knowledge about how these approaches grow in nurses. The aim of this study is understanding and identifying of effective factors.Materials & Methods:  This is a qualitative study. The participants were 14 nurses working in two hospitals in Tehran. The data were collected through 26 unstructured interviews and analyzed using conventional content analysis. The rigor has been guaranteed with prolonged engagement, maximum variance sampling, member check and audit trail.Result: The main theme was learning in confrontation with planning our on planning situation in personal and professional life. These situations provide rich experiences for learning of humanistic behavior. Participants’ experiences are “confrontation with committed role models”, “work and care as learning chance” and “confrontation with unpleasant life experiences”.Conclusion:  Education of humanistic approaches begins with childhood in the family. This is influenced by culture of family, education by family, faculty and nursing management. Paying attention to all three elements are necessary to reinforce these approaches.  Key words: Humanistic nursing, humanism, nursing education, content analysis Address: Crossing Jalal Al Ahmad and Chamran University, Faculty of MedicineTel: (+98) :09126472491Email: mohamade@modares.ac.ir[1] Nursing Ph.D. Studen, Tarbiat Modares University[2]Associate Tarbiat Modares University (corresponding author)  * [3] Associate Tarbiat Modares University
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