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1946 1
1950 3
1952 3
1953 2
1954 1
1956 2
1958 2
1959 1
1960 1
1961 2
1962 10
1963 65
1964 85
1965 121
1966 147
1967 139
1968 237
1969 234
1970 187
1971 269
1972 303
1973 315
1974 369
1975 336
1976 333
1977 322
1978 541
1979 546
1980 534
1981 437
1982 488
1983 448
1984 428
1985 501
1986 572
1987 523
1988 552
1989 455
1990 474
1991 496
1992 516
1993 598
1994 595
1995 646
1996 614
1997 667
1998 751
1999 810
2000 803
2001 915
2002 870
2003 1022
2004 1113
2005 1194
2006 1214
2007 1242
2008 1243
2009 1216
2010 1203
2011 1215
2012 1176
2013 1288
2014 1239
2015 1112
2016 969
2017 766
2018 705
2019 305
2020 2
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Empathy as an Ethical Imperative
Adams SB. Creat Nurs 2018. PMID 30567759
Empathy is an often-discussed topic among nurse scientists, educators, and professional practitioners. There is a small, but growing, body of research with a focus on empathy and its direct impact on clinical patient outcomes. ...These empathic behaviors are foundational to establishing the nurse-patient relationship. The nurse-patient relationship is also central to the delivery of ethical patient care (American Nurses Association [ANA], 2015). ...
Empathy is an often-discussed topic among nurse scientists, educators, and professional practitioners. There is a small, but growing, …
[Nurse-patient relations].
Kiba F. Kango Gijutsu 1969. PMID 5197406 Japanese.
[Modesty in hospital and in care]
Le Breton D. Soins 2018. PMID 30551751 French. Free article.
Moving Beyond Dilemma Ethics
Fowler MD. J Christ Nurs 2018. PMID 30198991
The first nurse-patient encounter in a psychiatric setting: discovering a moral commitment in nursing.
Sjöstedt E, et al. Nurs Ethics 2001. PMID 16004086
The aim of this study was to deepen nurses' understanding of the importance of carefully managing the first nurse-patient encounter in a psychiatric setting according to each patient's suffering and future hopes. ...A generalization of the entire learning process shows the first nurse-patient encounter to be a moral commitment in nursing. ...
The aim of this study was to deepen nurses' understanding of the importance of carefully managing the first nurse-patient enco …
Nurse-patient relationship.
[No authors listed] Rhod Nurse 1974. PMID 4494311
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