The Experience of Perioperative Nurses Involved in Organ Procurementю

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The problem in this research was appropriately implied. Feelings and emotions of perioperative nurses towards the organ donation process is an important consideration as it is seen to play a role in the proliferation of organ donation and the success of the organ donation process (Wang & Lin, 2009)…

Introduction

Although the research question was not clearly stated, it was generally implied from the introduction of the research study. Essentially, the study wants to find out what the general feelings of perioperative nurses involved in the process of organ procurement in Taiwan are (Wang & Lin, 2009). With this research question, the course of the research was clearly directed from the beginning, a key requirement in the development of a fine qualitative research study (Ryan, Coughlan, & Cronin, 2007).
Research Design
The researchers took careful note of the relevance of the qualitative methods being employed in the study. As “organ procurement is a special surgery,” (Wang & Lin, 2009, p. 279) it may not be enough to simply quantify the nurses’ feelings and emotions. Rather, such feelings and emotions ought to be captured using the nurses’ verbatim account on the issue (Wang & Lin, 2009). This view is supported by the study conducted by Manuel, Solberg, and MacDonald (2010) as they looked into organ donation feelings, this time, of family members involved.
Subjects
The general nature of a qualitative study entails it to use subjects that are required for the specific purpose of the study. Thus, sample size is usually small, and participants are usually acquired using a purposive, non-probabilistic manner (Ryan, Coughlan, & Cronin, 2007). So is the case of this specific study, which utilizes only 6 participants, taken using purposive sampling. ...
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