Communication barriers to patient education in cardiac inpatient care: a qualitative study of multiple perspectives.

@article{Farahani2011CommunicationBT,
  title={Communication barriers to patient education in cardiac inpatient care: a qualitative study of multiple perspectives.},
  author={M. A. Farahani and Roghiyeh Sahragard and Jennifer K Carroll and Eesa Mohammadi},
  journal={International journal of nursing practice},
  year={2011},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={322-8}
}
Growing evidence in a variety of health-care settings supports the need to strengthen nurse-physician communication and interprofessional collaboration to optimize patient-health outcomes. The objective of this study is to explore communication barriers from the perspective of nurses themselves, as well as physicians, patients and families in a hospital-based cardiac care setting. Qualitative analysis of individual interviews with 35 participants was taken in two hospitals in Tehran, Iran… CONTINUE READING

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