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                            Walden University
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The Aftermath of Violence: The Lived Experience Phenomena of Assault in Nursing
	Kathleen Clark
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The Aftermath of Violence: The Lived Experience
Phenomena of Assault in Nursing
Kathleen Clark
Walden University

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copy of the consent with my contact information for further follow up if requested. As

outlined in Chapter 3, interviews were conducted in accordance with the methodology.

Data Collection

Data was collected in an interview format using a series of open-ended questions.

The questions were formulated to provide detailed descriptions on regards to two

elements, what the individuals have experienced and how they have experienced it

(Moustakas, 1994). I memorized the interview questions to add in engagement and

transitioning of questioning in order to fully explore and develop the essence and the

experience. Each participant interview was reordered via digital recorder. Interviews

lasted from 8.15 minutes to 16.45 minutes in duration. The recordings began with the

first interview question and after the participants were presented with the nature of the

study. Participants had the ability to discontinue the interview at any time. During the

interview, additional probing questions were asked to clarify information provided by the

participants.

Interviews were conducted over a 2 month period. The place and time of the

interview was determined by the participants and were done at their discretion. Although

themes emerged universally, an additional 2 interviews were conducted to assure

saturation. The gathering of additional individuals different from those initially

interviewed can determine if the theory holds true for the additional participants

(Creswell, 2012).

All data information was transcribed verbatim into a word document for review.

Each recorded interview is maintained on a locked hard drive that is password protected.

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Please Note: The IRB must be kept apprised of any and all changes in the research that

may have an impact on the IRB review mechanism needed for a specific proposal. You

are required to notify the IRB if any changes are proposed in the study that might alter its

IRB exempt status or HIPAA compliance status. New procedures that may have an

impact on the risk-to-benefit ratio cannot be initiated until Committee approval has been

given.

If your study is funded by an external agency, please retain this letter as documentation of



Please Note: You are responsible for assuring and maintaining other relevant

committee approvals.

If you have any questions about the information in this letter, please contact the IRB

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Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

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