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NURSE COACHING AND POWER AS KNOWING PARTICIPATION IN CHANGE IN THE PROCESS OF HEALTH PATTERNING

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2023
Abstract/Description:
The purpose was to study the results Professional Certified Nurse Coaches (PCNCs) potentially have in mutually patterning the human energy field toward a higher wave frequency pattern of power as measured by the power as knowing participation in change tool and reflected in the narrative pattern profiles obtained from in-depth interviews. Participants were nurses working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using Barrett’s (1986, 2020) power as knowing participation in change theory an explanatory convergent parallel mixed method using a single group with repeated measures (pre/post) and qualitative directed content analysis was used. A method for apprehending pandimensional awareness of unity and a mutual rhythmic-frequency process of-analysis-synthesis and were developed for the synthesis of numeric and textual data within a unitary perspective. Findings included a statistically significant effect for the total and four interrelated dimensions with a large effect size, except for the dimension involvement, which had a medium effect size. The results were the same when controlling for years of experience indicating that regardless of years of experience, professional nurse coaching appears to be beneficial. Six essences were identified and articulated as a group, as individuals, and across time. Joint displays show the synthesis. These findings have implications for nursing research, caring sciences, nursing education, nursing practice, policy, and professional nurse coaching.
Title: NURSE COACHING AND POWER AS KNOWING PARTICIPATION IN CHANGE IN THE PROCESS OF HEALTH PATTERNING.
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Name(s): Conrad, Shirley J. , author
Butcher, Howard, Thesis advisor
Florida Atlantic University, Degree grantor
Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing
Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Electronic Thesis Or Dissertation
Date Created: 2023
Date Issued: 2023
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University
Place of Publication: Boca Raton, Fla.
Physical Form: application/pdf
Extent: 285 p.
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: The purpose was to study the results Professional Certified Nurse Coaches (PCNCs) potentially have in mutually patterning the human energy field toward a higher wave frequency pattern of power as measured by the power as knowing participation in change tool and reflected in the narrative pattern profiles obtained from in-depth interviews. Participants were nurses working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using Barrett’s (1986, 2020) power as knowing participation in change theory an explanatory convergent parallel mixed method using a single group with repeated measures (pre/post) and qualitative directed content analysis was used. A method for apprehending pandimensional awareness of unity and a mutual rhythmic-frequency process of-analysis-synthesis and were developed for the synthesis of numeric and textual data within a unitary perspective. Findings included a statistically significant effect for the total and four interrelated dimensions with a large effect size, except for the dimension involvement, which had a medium effect size. The results were the same when controlling for years of experience indicating that regardless of years of experience, professional nurse coaching appears to be beneficial. Six essences were identified and articulated as a group, as individuals, and across time. Joint displays show the synthesis. These findings have implications for nursing research, caring sciences, nursing education, nursing practice, policy, and professional nurse coaching.
Identifier: FA00014260 (IID)
Degree granted: Dissertation (PhD)--Florida Atlantic University, 2023.
Collection: FAU Electronic Theses and Dissertations Collection
Note(s): Includes bibliography.
Subject(s): Nursing
Nursing--Education
Nurses
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