lived experience

lived experience

(lĭvd)
The subjective perception of one's experience of health or illness. Associated with Rosemarie Parse's Nursing Theory of Human becoming, universal lived experiences are people's perceptions of their personal health-related experiences.
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LABOUR MSP Monica Lennon pointed out the importance of those with "lived experience" as being key towards finding a solution to the numbers of deaths that occur in Scotland due to addiction.
There will be decades of lived experience in the room at each course and we want to share that with those in attendance so they can live their lives confidently and independently.
People with Intellectual Disability Experiencing University Life: Theoretical Underpinnings, Evidence and Lived Experience
Survey help Dear Editor, If you or a loved one or friend is living with a chest, heart or stroke condition, you can help Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland (CHSS) with our first Lived Experience survey.
Black Coffee in a Coconut Shell: Caste as Lived Experience
This book is a study of the lived experience of African men in Australia and New Zealand.
Recovery college co-ordinator Ann Butler added: "People who have lived experience of mental health can offer insight, empathy and understanding while using their own experiences to help others.
From Disney products and characters, to animated movies, to yearly theme park vacations, the Disney experience is often mentioned and highly regarded as a favorable aspect on their lived experience.
"Lived Experience from the inside out: Social and Political Philosophy in Edith Stein" by Antonio Calcagno (Associate Professor of Philosophy, King's University College, University of Western Ontario) is a 231 page treatise the focuses upon Edith Stein's philosophy works produced before she converted to Catholicism.
Their philosophy reflected on the lived experience of human existence: what a particular experience is like when it is experienced before we mentally analyze it.
"It will be crucial to our work to be able to hear from people with lived experience and from family members about how they've actually found the system and what they think could be different," Winder said.