Beyond person-centred care: a new vision for gerontological nursing.

@article{Nolan2004BeyondPC,
  title={Beyond person-centred care: a new vision for gerontological nursing.},
  author={M. Nolan and S. Davies and Jayne Brown and J. Keady and J. Nolan},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2004},
  volume={13 3a},
  pages={
          45-53
        }
}
Currently considerable emphasis is placed on the promotion of person-centred care, which has become a watchword for good practice. This paper takes a constructively critical look at some of the assumptions underpinning person-centredness, and suggests that a relationship-centred approach to care might be more appropriate. A framework describing the potential dimensions of relationship-centred care is provided, and implications for further development are considered. 
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