LIVED RELATIONSHIP OF PHENOMENOLOGIST OF NURSES WHO SERVING EMERGENCY SERVICE AT KOKONAO – REMOTE AREA, PAPUA, INDONESIA
Introduction: Nurses save life of patient in emergency state condition which involves many aspects such as family of the patient, patient’s friends, and even medical equipment as well as existing facilities. Emergency state service at remote area allow a nurse to acquire many experiences dealing with lived relationship of phenomenologist, which define a meaning of relationship which eases a nurse in doing his task.
Purposes: To explore the meaning of interactional experiences between a nurse with family of the patient, other nurses, other medical workers, society and medical equipment in providing emergency state service at a remote area in Kokonao, Papua.
Method: The method of this research is qualitative with interpretive phenomenology approach and Van Manen data analysis model.
Finding: The themes that emerged based on lived relationship of nurses as phenomenologist at remote area, Kokonao, Papua are three: struggling to understand cultures and language of the natives, understand a situation that insisted to act alternatively, caring for patients who need first aids.
Conclusion: Health service at remote area at Kokonao, Papua done by a nurse needs effort to create strong relationship with patient, family of the patient, society, or with limited facility for the sake of better service.
Keywords:Nurse, Remote area, Lived relationship, Emergency Treatment
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