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17432. Nursing Research Article Critique: Caring for Dying People in a Hospital: This paper provides a critique and analysis of a nursing research article from The Journal of Advanced Nursing. The central question of this qualitative exploratory study is “What are nurses’ experiences in caring for dying people?” Hopkinson, Hallett & Luker (2003) conducted nondirective in-depth interviews with 28 newly-qualified Registered Nurses responsible for caring for dying people on acute medical wards. On the basis of their analysis, they constructed a model of the experience of caring for dying people to be used in training nurses. KEYWORDS: article review nursing death dying. 7 pages, 10 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources. 1,624 words.   $49


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