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(2018)What is mental ill
Virginia Braun, Victoria ClarkePlease Scroll down for Article Qualitative Research in Psychology Using Thematic Analysis in Psychology
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The Open Public Health Journal
BACKGROUNDRecovery in mental health remains inconclusive where the two most prevailing definitions “clinical” and “personal” remain. In nursing schools, students are predominantly taught straightforward concepts of clinical recovery, which result in only a perfunctory and rudimentary understanding of recovery among the undergraduates.AIMSTo explore the perceptions of nursing undergraduates on recovery for people experiencing mental health conditions.METHODA descriptive qualitative study was conducted on 14 nursing undergraduates from Years 1 to 4 of the study. Participants were recruited through convenience sampling, and the required sample size was determined by data saturation. Semistructured questions were used during the individual face-to-face interviews from October and December 2019. Recordings were transcribed verbatim; the transcripts were then subjected to thematic analysis.RESULTSThree themes were identified to support the research questions: (1) semantics of major terms used in mental health care—where participants provided the description of terminologies used; (2) the meaning of recovery—where participants explained their views on “recovery”; and (3) sources of conceptualization—where participants explained their conceptual understanding on mental health conditions and recovery.CONCLUSIONThe findings suggest that the need for a more holistic approach encompassing personal recovery should be included in the nursing curriculum. This is necessary to promote enabling support in the recovery of people experiencing mental health conditions beyond medical interventions.
Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association – SAGE
Published: May 1, 2023
Keywords: mental health recovery; perception; nursing students
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