1. Shamshiri, Mahmood MSN, RN
  2. Mohammadi, Nooredin PhD, RN
  3. Cheraghi, Mohammad Ali PhD, RN
  4. Vehvilainen-Julkunen, Katri PhD, RN, RM
  5. Sadeghi, Tahereh MSN, RN


Blindness is a permanent condition that alters daily life of blind people. Interpretive phenomenology was used to understand lived experiences of the hospitalized blind people. "Disciplined care for disciplined patients" was one of the themes that emerged from the data. Provision of disciplined care can help health care professionals provide a holistic and comprehensive competent care for blind patients.