Using humanising values to support care

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Authors: Scammell, J. and Tait, D.

Journal: Nurs Times

Volume: 110

Issue: 15

Pages: 16-18

ISSN: 0954-7762

National responses to the Francis report recommendations call for a stronger emphasis on the service-user perspective. This article uses a client scenario to reflect on how dehumanised aspects of care can become humanised by basing our practice on a humanising values framework, and argues that the framework can, despite the system, provide a guide to support us "to do the right thing".

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Authors: Scammell, J. and Tait, D.

Journal: Nursing Times

Volume: 110

Issue: 15

Pages: 16-18

ISSN: 0954-7762

National responses to the Francis report recommendations call for a stronger emphasis on the service-user perspective. This article uses a client scenario to reflect on how dehumanised aspects of care can become humanised by basing our practice on a humanising values framework, and argues that the framework can, despite the system, provide a guide to support us "to do the right thing".

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Authors: Scammell, J. and Tait, D.

Journal: Nursing times

Volume: 110

Issue: 15

Pages: 16-18

ISSN: 0954-7762

National responses to the Francis report recommendations call for a stronger emphasis on the service-user perspective. This article uses a client scenario to reflect on how dehumanised aspects of care can become humanised by basing our practice on a humanising values framework, and argues that the framework can, despite the system, provide a guide to support us "to do the right thing".

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