The former paper delineated the main points of ethnomethodology and its implications for nursing research.
This paper describes a research study into the home visits of Community Psychiatric Nurses using the framework of ethnomethodology.
Relevants sociological, psychological, medical and nursing literature is briefly reviewed.
Home visits are found to be socially constructed events in which the sense of the talk is dependent upon the setting and context.
The context of being in the home is shown to exert pressure upon how the developing events of the visit are construed by the participants.
In particular, it is discovered that being a visitor in the patient's home tends to define the occasion of a Community Psychiatric Nurse visit as that of a metting of friends.
Mots-clés Pascal : Infirmier psychiatrique, Personnel sanitaire, Soin, A domicile, Interaction sociale, Homme, Pratique professionnelle, Royaume Uni, Europe, Méthodologie, Relation soignant soigné
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Psychiatric nurse, Health staff, Care, At home, Social interaction, Human, Professional practice, United Kingdom, Europe, Methodology, Health staff patient relation
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