Ethical Challenges Encountered by Clinical Trials Nurses: A Grounded Theory Study

Source avec lien : Oncology Nursing Forum, 47(4), 7/1/2020. 10.1188/20.ONF.428-435

Objectifs de l’étude : Étudier les défis éthiques rencontrés par les infirmières chargées des essais cliniques en oncologie (OCTN) lors de la gestion des CT et examiner comment elles résolvent ces conflits.

Objectives: To investigate the ethical challenges experienced by oncology clinical trials nurses (OCTNs) during the management of CTs and to examine how they resolve those conflicts. Sample & Setting: 12 licensed RNs who had been practicing as full- or part-time OCTNs for a minimum of two years at various academic medical centers in the United States. Methods & Variables: Classical grounded theory (CGT), an inductive methodology used to explore a social process in which little is known and to develop a theory grounded in the data, was used, in addition to CGT data analysis strategies. Results: CGT data analysis revealed the OCTNs’ main concern (implementing an undefined job) and the way in which the OCTNs resolve this concern through the process of figuring it out. Figuring it out consists of learning as they go, utilizing their assets, standing their ground, and managing hope.

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