Hello, I am currently completing a dissertation on the emotional labour the nurses face and how we can teach potential nurses how to care. I will be analysing if nursing education today is too academic and doesn't focus on the caring side. The responses are completely anonymous. There are a set of questions for qualified nurses and a set for student nurses. It would be ideal if I anyone who didn't go to university to become a nurse would be able to complete these questions as it would give me an insight if the 'old way' of preparing nurses for their emotional role was more beneficial. It would also be ideal if you are from the UK. (If you are not from the UK please state) Thank you for anyone who does reply, I am extremely grateful. **
- Questions for student nurses:
- What type of nursing do you specialise in?
- Would you agree that the role of a nurse involves emotional work along with physical? Explain your answer.
- Do you think it is important for nurses to be able to control their emotions? If yes, can you explain in what way they are prepared
- Do you think it is important for nurses to be supported and prepared for this emotional role after their education and throughout their career?
- In regards to your education, what way do you believe you are prepared for the emotional role that you will face in your future career?
- Do you believe that your education focuses more on the academic side of your career rather than the caring side? Explain your answer.
Student nurses needed to answer a few questions for my dissertaion.
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