The IPA explores how people make sense of their personal and social world by investigating personal experiences and personal perceptions of a particular aspect. The management of changes requires the individuals to ensure smooth operations after going through a phenomenon that creates new change. According to Rajasinghe,response to change is not predictable; therefore, a person… Continue reading The IPA explores and The distinctive IPA.
Conclusion This report is clinically significant as it highlights and explains the existential overweigh phenomenon and approach available to support people who choose to have bariatric surgery. The video analysis provides new knowledge and a unique description of bariatric surgery to help a client lose weight. IPA is distinctive in explaining the information to ensure… Continue reading Explains the existential overweigh phenomenon.
Basic human desires are also a universal motivation factor. Human desires are characterized by what is desired and how much they are desired. Universal human desires that characterize such motivation include acceptance, justice, and freedom. Besides, competence, sex, preparedness, and belonging are factors that determine universal motivation in humans. However, the extent of the motivation… Continue reading universal motivation factor.
Analysis/discussion This research will use a video diary to get information about different people with overweight issues. They have tried to get rid of to talk about their experience of deciding to use bariatric surgery for weight loss (Rajasinghe, p. 180). IPA, from my understanding, is best applicable to exploring the meaning and impact… Continue reading Get information about different people with overweight issues.
Research Question Bariatric surgery is major surgery; therefore, before qualifying for bariatric surgery, the doctor conducts thorough pre-op preparation and tests to ensure a patient is qualified for the surgery. This surgery can pose severe risks to a person and side effects; therefore, a candidate is expected to make permanent healthy changes, especially by adhering… Continue reading Bariatric surgery Phenomenological Research Question.
Method Design: Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) is a form of qualitative research that focuses on ideas to offer insight into how a specific person makes sense of a situational phenomenon. The structure of analysis allows the people to gain information about particular issues which is affecting many people. Using IPA enables people to make sense… Continue reading Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA).
Question 3: Provide an in-depth exploration of the psychosocial aspects of care that this scenario raises for the patient and his family. ANSWER 3: Psychosocial care involves providing culturally sensitive psychological, social and spiritual care to a patient through therapy or communication after undergoing a primary health treatment or surgery. This caring approach aims… Continue reading in-depth exploration of the psychosocial aspects.
Bariatric surgery Phenomenological Analysis Introduction Bariatric surgery is a technique done to help people lose weight by changing the rearrangement of the small intestine to handle the food a person eats. The surgery transforms the digestive systems making the stomach smaller and feels complete with less food. This research will analyze video diaries by… Continue reading Bariatric surgery Phenomenological Introduction.
Data Sources: The chosen data set consists of brie pre-op history explaining the reason and journey before the surgery. According to Altieri et al., the information is collected from video diaries by overweight people and awaiting gastric bypass surgery to help reduce weight (2983). The data was acquired from the prospective patient from their YouTube… Continue reading Bariatric surgery Phenomenological Data Sources: