How do intensive care nurses perceive families in intensive care? Insights from the United Kingdom and Australia.

@article{Kean2014HowDI,
  title={How do intensive care nurses perceive families in intensive care? Insights from the United Kingdom and Australia.},
  author={Susanne Kean and Marion Mitchell},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 5-6},
  pages={663-72}
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To compare how intensive care nurses in the UK and Australia (AU) perceive families in intensive care units (ICUs). BACKGROUND International healthcare research and practice is often based on an underlying assumption of a person- or family-centred ideology. While nurses in ICUs acknowledge the importance of patients' families, a true integration of families as units of care is often not realised. DESIGN Data from ICU nurses from two international studies: (1) a… CONTINUE READING
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