NURSING EXPERIENCE OF HAJJ-MEDICAL WORKERS OF INDONESIA IN HANDLING EMERGENCY STATE OF KENDARI-HAJJ PILGRIMS
The purpose of this research is to explore the meaning of nurses at a medical team of Indonesia Hajj regarding the experience in handling emergency state of Kendari-hajj pilgrims. The research approach is Interpretative Phenomenology. The participants consist of 3 males and 2 females. The sample was chosen based on purposive sampling technique. The inclusion criteria were based on nurses at a medical team of Indonesia hajj in charge of emergency state case of hajj-pilgrims. The data collections are done by in-depth interview, observation, and field note documentation. The findings found three themes: (1) treating the pilgrims as family, (2) facing unexpected condition at the holy land, and (3) facing burdening challenges in doing task to save the pilgrims.
Keywords:Nurses, Medical Team, Interpretative Phenomenology, Emergency State
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