A Research Study On The Minds ' Perspectives Through Interviews And Perceptions

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The purpose behind this qualitative study is to depict a marvel from the participants ' perspectives through interviews and perceptions. The goal of the researcher is to listen to the voice of members or watch them in their common environments. The individual association amongst researchers and participants is critical in information gathering by remembering the research focus and being clear about the role of researchers. The researchers ' view of field circumstances is dictated by personality and the nature of the interactions. Researchers will have the obligation to anticipate the possible outcomes of each interview with the participants and to weigh both benefits and potential harm (Orb, Eisenhauer, & Wynaden, 2000). The benefits of…show more content…
Informed Consent INTRODUCTION You are invited to join a research study to look at how nurses receive physical and psychological trauma from patient violence towards them. Please take whatever time you need to discuss the study with your family and friends, or anyone else you wish to. The decision to join, or not to join, is up to you. In this research study, we are investigating/testing/comparing/evaluating how violence from patients impacts healthcare professionals work productivity and how do they develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? Violence from patients is a serious occupational risk for the local and global workforce, accounting for approximately 900 deaths and 1.7 million nonfatal assaults each year in the United States. In 2007, 15% of all work-related fatalities in the United States were due to assaults and violent acts from patients. In healthcare most incidents related to patient violence against healthcare workers are underreported for a number of reasons. Some reasons are: facility not having a policy that protect the worker, perception that this abuse and its part of the job, or it will not benefit the employer if they report it, and may feel its poor performance on their part as healthcare workers (Gacki-Smith, et al., 2009). . It is estimated that 14% of the total general nursing population have experience symptoms of PTSD which is four times
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