Attitudes of nursing staff toward interprofessional in-patient-centered rounding

  title={Attitudes of nursing staff toward interprofessional in-patient-centered rounding},
  author={U. Sharma and D. Klocke},
  journal={Journal of Interprofessional Care},
  pages={475 - 477}
  • U. Sharma, D. Klocke
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Interprofessional Care
  • Abstract Historically, medicine and nursing has had a hierarchical and patriarchal relationship, with physicians holding monopoly over knowledge-based practice of medical care, thus impeding interprofessional collaboration. Power gradient prevents nurses from demanding cooperative patient rounding. We surveyed attitudes of nursing staff at our tertiary care community hospital, before and after implementation of a patient-centered interprofessional (hospitalist–nurse) rounding process for… CONTINUE READING
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