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COMPASSION FATIGUE AMONGST HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

@article{Khan2015COMPASSIONFA,
  title={COMPASSION FATIGUE AMONGST HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS},
  author={Ashfaq Ahmed Khan and Muhammad Alamgir Khan and Nasir Javed Malik},
  journal={Pakistan Armed Forces Medical Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={65},
  pages={286-289}
}
Objective: To find out the frequency of compassion fatigue in health care providers in military hospitals. Study Design: Cross sectional comparative study. Place and duration of study: Armed Forces Post Graduate Medical Institute (AFPGMI), CMH Rawalpindi, MH Rawalpindi and CMH Sialkot from December 2013 to July 2014. Patients and Methods: Two hundred and fifty four health care professional participated in the study. The participants included doctors, nurses and male nursing assistants.The… 

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