The importance of emancipatory research to contemporary nursing practice

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Rose, Jayln and Glass, Nel. 2008. "The importance of emancipatory research to contemporary nursing practice." Contemporary Nurse. 29 (1), pp. 8-22.
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The importance of emancipatory research to contemporary nursing practice

ERA Journal ID40054
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsRose, Jayln (Author) and Glass, Nel (Author)
Journal TitleContemporary Nurse
Journal Citation29 (1), pp. 8-22
Number of Pages15
Year2008
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Place of PublicationMaleny, Queensland, Australia
ISSN1037-6178
Web Address (URL)http://www.atypon-link.com/EMP/doi/pdf/10.5172/conu.673.29.1.8
Abstract

When considering the significant changes that continue to transform nursing practice, a focus on evidenced-based practice has clearly placed nursing research at the forefront of professional practice.The aim of this paper is to highlight the important contribution that emancipatory research methodologies can make to the ongoing development of contemporary nursing practice. A research example
demonstrates how an emancipatory framework was applied to a recent doctoral study undertaken with Australian community nurses who provided palliative care.The research focus was on exploring the relationship between the nurse’s
emotional well-being and their professional practice.The research was epistemologically located within a critical and feminist framework. Emancipatory research is well situated to address the subjective experiences of nurses and to contribute strongly to the future of nursing practice.

Keywordsnursing research; emancipation; feminist theory; critical social science; community nurses; emotional well-being
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020420320. Residential client care
520105. Psychological methodology, design and analysis
420599. Nursing not elsewhere classified
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