Pleasure and suffering of professors in the post-graduation in nursing

Keywords: Nursing; Faculty; Work; Education, Nursing, Graduate; Pleasure.

Abstract

Objective: to understand the pleasure-suffering relationship in the work of professor of the Post-Graduation in nursing. Methods: this is a qualitative research, carried out in two post-graduate programs in nursing. Data were collected through interviews, guided by semi-structured script and documentary analysis. Twenty-one professors participated in the study. The data were analyzed through thematic content analysis. Results: the analysis revealed the interface of work organization and interpersonal relationships in the experiences of teacher pleasure and suffering. Two categories emerged: The professor suffering in the Post-Graduation course: reality is not everything we dream about and experiences of pleasure in the teaching work: I want to die doing it. Conclusion: the pleasure-suffering relationship of professors is influenced by external and internal conditions of the programs. Also, the experiences of pleasure and suffering come from interdependent experiences and coexist in the teaching work.

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Published
2018-11-06
Section
Research Article