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    The lived experience of remembering a ‘good’ interview: Micro-phenomenology applied to itself.Katrin Heimann, Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg, Chris Allen, Martijn van Beek, Christian Suhr, Annika Lübbert & Claire Petitmengin - 2022 - Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 22 (1):217-245.
    Micro-phenomenology is an interview and analysis method for investigating subjective experience. As a research tool, it provides detailed descriptions of brief moments of any type of subjective experience and offers techniques for systematically comparing them. In this article, we use an auto-ethnographic approach to present and explore the method. The reader is invited to observe a dialogue between two authors that illustrates and comments on the planning, conducting and analysis of a pilot series of five micro-phenomenological interviews. All these interviews (...)
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    Disorders of Consciousness: An Embedded Ethnographic Approach to Uncovering the Specific Influence of Functional Neurodiagnostics of Consciousness in Surrogate Decision Making.Lise Marie Andersen, Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg & Mette Terp Høybye - 2020 - Neuroethics 14 (3):351-356.
    A recent qualitative study published in Neuroethics by Schembs and colleagues explores how functional neurodiagnostics of consciousness inform surrogate decision making in cases of disorders of consciousness. In this commentary, we argue that the chosen methodology significantly limits the scope of the potential conclusions and suggest an embedded ethnographic approach of co-presence as an alternative.
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    Doing Wholeness, Producing Subjects: Kinesiological Sensemaking and Energetic Kinship.Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg, Hanne Kjærgaard Walker, Line Hillersdal & Kristina Grünenberg - 2013 - Body and Society 19 (4):92-119.
    This article is concerned with the ways in which bodies and subjects are enacted and negotiated in the encounter between client and practitioner within specialized kinesiology – a specific complementary and alternative medical practice. In the article we trace the ideas of connections and disconnections, which are conceptualized and practised within kinesiology. We attempt to come to grips with these specific notions of relatedness through the introduction of the concept ‘energetic kinship’ and to relate them to more general discussions about (...)
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    Nurses’ refusals of patient involvement in their own palliative care.Stinne Glasdam, Charlotte Bredahl Jacobsen & Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (8):1618-1630.
    Background:Ideas of patient involvement are related to notions of self-determination and autonomy, which are not always in alignment with complex interactions and communication in clinical practice.Aim:To illuminate and discuss patient involvement in routine clinical care situations in nursing practice from an ethical perspective.Method:A case study based on an anthropological field study among patients with advanced cancer in Denmark.Ethical considerations:Followed the principles of the Helsinki Declaration.Findings:Two cases illustrated situations where nurses refused patient involvement in their own case.Discussion:Focus on two ethical issues, (...)
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