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lakdizaji S, pashaee S, zamanzade V, rahmani A. PERSPECTIVES OF PATIENTS AND NURSES ON PRIORITIES OF CARING BEHAVIORS IN CRITICAL CARE UNITS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY. Nursing and Midwifery Journal 2014; 12 (9) :866-873
URL: http://unmf.umsu.ac.ir/article-1-1503-en.html
1- Tabriz medical univeristy
2- Urmia Paramedical univeristy , pashaee.sona@yahoo.com
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  Abstract  Background & Aims: Caring is a complex and critical component in nursing that is fundamental importance of nurses. Because health care is considered a personal relationship between patient satisfactions is important in the care and patients are receiving care about what they care about is important. Accordingly, the present study was to compare nurses 'and patients' perspectives on caring behaviors are prioritized.  Methods & Materials: This is a descriptive – comparative that was conducted among 200 patients hospitalized in critical care units' in Tabriz hospitals and 200 nurses caring for them. Data were collected using a questionnaire Larson (Care-Q), which gives caring behaviors in six subgroups examined. For data analysis, descriptive statistics that used SPSS v.21 software.  Results: Findings showed that there were significant differences between patients' and nurses' perspectives on the subscales of the instrument (P
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: مدیریت پرستاری

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