Humanising nursing care: a theoretical model.

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Authors: Hemingway, A., scammell, J. and heaslip, V.

Journal: Nursing Times

Volume: 108

Issue: 40

Pages: 26-27

The first in a series of two articles about humanising care explores a theoretical framework based on eight aspects of what it is to be human.

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Authors: Hemingway, A., Scammell, J. and Heaslip, V.

Journal: Nurs Times

Volume: 108

Issue: 40

Pages: 26-27

ISSN: 0954-7762

This article is the first of two exploring how nurses can humanise care. It presents a theoretical framework developed by Todres et al (2009) that explores eight central aspects of what it is to be human. The second article, published next week, looks at the role of nurse education in humanising care.

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Authors: Hemingway, A., Scammell, J. and Heaslip, V.

Journal: Nursing times

Volume: 108

Issue: 40

Pages: 26-27

ISSN: 0954-7762

This article is the first of two exploring how nurses can humanise care. It presents a theoretical framework developed by Todres et al (2009) that explores eight central aspects of what it is to be human. The second article, published next week, looks at the role of nurse education in humanising care.

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Authors: Hemingway, A., Scammell, J. and Heaslip, V.

Journal: Nursing times

Volume: 108

Issue: 40

Pages: 26-27

ISSN: 0954-7762

This article is the first of two exploring how nurses can humanise care. It presents a theoretical framework developed by Todres et al (2009) that explores eight central aspects of what it is to be human. The second article, published next week, looks at the role of nurse education in humanising care.

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