Exploration and development of practice with non-invasive ventilation based on the patients’ and healthcare professionals’ perspectives on the treatment

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pulmonary disease (COPD) in exacerbation requiring treatment with NIV
were developed through practice research at the Department of Respiratory
Medicine in Odense. A co-researchers’ group was set up to describe and
analyze the practice of NIV treatment in collaboration with the researcher.
Healthcare professionals contributed with experience-based issues, and the
researcher contributed with input concerning issues based on a combination
of fieldwork and semi-structured interviews with patients and their relatives.
The patients’ perspective was analyzed by using basic concepts from critical
psychology, including conduct of everyday life. I want to discuss the possibilities
and dilemmas of developing strategies based on patients’ conduct of
everyday life in a co-researcher group, where the researcher is the only one who
has acquired experience in working with the theoretical conceptualization.
Publikationsdato26. jun. 2013
StatusUdgivet - 26. jun. 2013
BegivenhedPsychology and the Conduct of Everyday Life - Roskilde Universitetscenter, Roskilde, Danmark
Varighed: 26. jun. 201328. jun. 2013


KonferencePsychology and the Conduct of Everyday Life
LokationRoskilde Universitetscenter