Browsing All posts tagged under »Marit Kirkevold«

Nursing Intervention for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease

July 18, 2018 by

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The currently featured ANS article is  “It Is Hard Work, But It Is Worth It” – Patients and Spouses’ Experiences of a Nursing Intervention to Promote Adjustment to Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease—A Feasibility Study by  Anita Haahr, PhD, MScN, RN; Karen Østergaard, DrMSc, MD and Marit Kirkevold, DrEd, RN. We invite you to […]

Family Relationships in the Context of Palliative Care

January 10, 2017 by

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The current ANS featured article explores the challenges that families face when one of their loved ones is receiving palliative care.  The article, titled “A Valuable but Demanding Time: Family Life During Advanced Cancer in an Elderly Family Member” by Marianne Fjose, MScN, RN; Grethe Eilertsen, PhD; Marit Kirkevold, EdD; and Ellen Karine Grov, PhD is […]

Recognizability: Assessing External Validity

July 31, 2013 by

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This week’s “Editor’s Pick” article is titled “Recognizability: A Strategy for Assessing External Validity and for Facilitating Knowledge Transfer in Qualitative Research” by Hanne Konradsen, PhD; Marit Kirkevold, DrEd; and Karin Olson, PhD.  Dr. Konradsen sent this message for our blog: Dear ANS and readers When you sit and type on your computer, you often wonder […]

Creativity and Quality: Qualitative research with people with aphasia

July 2, 2013 by

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The authors of the current Editor’s Pick article in ANS provide an inspirational example of overcoming a research challenge that may seem impossible!  The challenge: to understand the experience of people with aphasia, despite their limitations in being able to convey their experience in spoken or written language.  The authors, Berit Arnesveen Bronken, MNS and Marit […]