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International study on nurses’ views and experiences of compassion
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2016)
Background: Compassion is considered the cornerstone of nursing practice. However, the recent failures in delivering high-quality compassionate nursing care in the UK's National Health Service have brought the topic of ...
The importance of being a compassionate leader: the views of nursing and Midwifery managers from around the world
(Transcultural Nursing Society, 2021)
Introduction: Despite the importance of compassionate leadership in health care, many of the existing publications do not account for the effect of culture. The aim of this study is to explore the views of nursing and ...
Obstacles to compassion-giving among nursing and midwifery managers: an international study
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2020)
Aim: To explore nursing and midwifery managers’ views regarding obstacles to compassion-giving across country cultures. Background: The benefit of compassionate leadership is being advocated, but despite the fact that ...
Examining the compassion status of healthcare professionals working in the palliative care units
(Kare Publishing, 2020)
OBJECTIVE This study was conducted to examine the compassion status of healthcare professionals working in the palliative care unit. METHODS Sample of the study consisted of 81 healthcare professionals working in three ...
Effects of nursing students' altruism and compassion levels on care behaviors
(Gevher Nesibe Sağlık Araştırmaları Merkezi, 2020)
Objective: In this study, it was aimed to examine the effect of altruism and compassion levels, which are considered as the basic values of nurses, on care behaviors. Methods: The universe of the descriptive research was ...