Delivering compassionate care in intensive care units: nurses' perceptions of enablers and barriers

Volume: 72, Issue: 12, Pages: 3137 - 3146
Published: Aug 8, 2016
Abstract
Compassion is core to nursing practice. Nurses' expression of compassion is a complex interaction informed by the nurse, the patient and the practice environment.The aim of this study was to identify personal, professional and organizational factors, intensive care nurses, in a major metropolitan facility in Australia, identified as enabling or disabling them to be compassionate.Intensive care nurses (n = 171) reflected on their experiences...
Paper Details
Title
Delivering compassionate care in intensive care units: nurses' perceptions of enablers and barriers
Published Date
Aug 8, 2016
Volume
72
Issue
12
Pages
3137 - 3146
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