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Quality of care from a patient perspective--a grounded theory study.
The aim of the present study was to develop a theoretical understanding of quality of care from a patient perspective, using a grounded theory approach. Thirty-five interviews were conducted with aExpand
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Quality of care. Development of a patient-centred questionnaire based on a grounded theory model.
In a previous study (Wilde et al. 1993), we developed a model of quality of care from a patient perspective using a grounded theory approach. The aim of the present study was to derive an instrumentExpand
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Quality of care from the patients' perspective: Development of a patient-centred questionnaire based on a grounded theory model
In a previous study (Wilde et al. 1993), we developed a model of quality of care from a patient perspective using a grounded theory approach. The aim of the present study was to derive an instrumentExpand
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Quality of care from the elderly person’s perspective: Subjective importance and perceived reality
The aim of this study was to carry out a theoretically-based survey of elderly persons’ perceptions of quality of care, in terms of their evaluations of actual care conditions, as well as theExpand
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Nursing theory based changes of work organisation in an ICU: effects on quality of care.
The study evaluated the effects of an organisational change programme on quality of care in a Swedish intensive care unit (ICU). The programme included: structural components e.g. convertingExpand
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Contributions of stress theory to the understanding of helping.
The paper is theoretical, patient centred, and focuses on the two following questions: (1) In what way might a stress theoretical approach further our understanding of how helping can affect somaticExpand
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Patients' views on quality of care : Theory-based assessment
Patients' views on quality of care: Theory-based assessment. In B. Edvardsson, S.W. Brown, R. Johnston & E.E. Scheving (Eds.), QUIS5: Advancing service quality: A global perspective,1996 (pp. 164-168)
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Daughters helping their elderly mothers: impact of early attachment, daughter's trait anxiety and helping interaction characteristics
The aim of the study was to explore the relationships between early attachment between mother and daughter, the adult daughter's general anxiety level, and characteristics of the helping interactionExpand
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