Exploring Resident Physicians' Experiences Practicing in Pediatric Palliative Care: A Hermeneutic Method of Inquiry

Title

Exploring Resident Physicians' Experiences Practicing in Pediatric Palliative Care: A Hermeneutic Method of Inquiry

Creator

Johnson A; Siden H; Charles G

Publisher

Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Date

2018

Subject

death; grief; semi structured interview; pediatrics; palliative therapy; student; personal experience; resident; medical education; data analysis; genetic transcription; conference abstract; human; child; controlled study; perception; guilt; qualitative research; phenomenology; chronic patient; rotation

Description

Objectives: The experiences of medical residents during training in pediatric palliative care has recently become an area of focus within medical education literature. Residents' medical knowledge, skill development, and comfort in clinical practice in palliative care have all been investigated within recent studies. However, the current body of literature in this area is limited and under-developed as it has neglected the human experience of caring for children with life-limiting diseases. The primary objective of this study is to widen the understanding of pediatric residents who have completed training in pediatric palliative care.

Citation List Month

February 2019 List

Collection

Citation

Johnson A; Siden H; Charles G, “Exploring Resident Physicians' Experiences Practicing in Pediatric Palliative Care: A Hermeneutic Method of Inquiry,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed June 15, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16026.

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