Att skapa förståelse för fenomenet ilska
: En empirisk studie av sjuksköterskestudenters upplevelser av ilska

  • Sofie Sjöström
  • Elna Persson

    Student thesis: Bachelor

    Abstract

    Reasons why anger evokes is individual and can elicit when a person experience unfairness or feel powerlessness. Anger feels similar on the inside among all individuals which means that a student who feels anger due to a friend who as cheated on an exam can experience the same anger as the patient who is forced to wait for his/her medications. When anger has entered the body it has to “come out”. How anger leaves the body differs from person to person where some express their anger physically while others get their anger out verbally or through tears. When anger has left the body, reflections become possible. Some people experience anger as a driving force for making a change while others feel disgrace and regret due to their behaviour. Anger is something we all have experienced and will continue to do. Understanding the phenomenon anger can create conditions for professionals to understand the patient’s anger. A good relationship between professionals and patients can be founded through understanding why anger evokes which is important for developing a good nursing care

    Date of Award2010-Mar-10
    Original languageSwedish
    SupervisorJohanna Norén (Supervisor)

    University credits

    • 15 HE credits

    Swedish Standard Keywords

    • Nursing (30305)

    Keywords

    • nursing students
    • anger
    • frustration
    • powerlessness
    • concept analysis
    • courage
    • positive
    • pride
    • process
    • empirical study

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