Identifying thresholds for relationships between impacts of rationing of nursing care and nurse- and patient-reported outcomes in Swiss hospitals: a correlational study.

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BACKGROUND In the Rationing of Nursing Care in Switzerland Study, implicit rationing of care was the only factor consistently significantly associated with all six studied patient outcomes. These results highlight the importance of rationing as a new system factor regarding patient safety and quality of care. Since at least some rationing of care appears… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2008.10.008

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@article{Schubert2009IdentifyingTF, title={Identifying thresholds for relationships between impacts of rationing of nursing care and nurse- and patient-reported outcomes in Swiss hospitals: a correlational study.}, author={Maria Theresia Schubert and Sean Patrick Clarke and Tracy Ren{\'e}e Glass and Bianca Schaffert-Witvliet and Sabina De Geest}, journal={International journal of nursing studies}, year={2009}, volume={46 7}, pages={884-93} }