Listening to the patient's self-reported testimony: the authentic hermeneutical witness to the compassionate nurse?

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AIM This paper considers whether the patient's self-reported testimony of nursing care provides an authentic basis for nursing knowledge. An international nursing and philosophical literature gives international relevance. BACKGROUND United Kingdom reports detail patients' complaints about nursing care. Many are personal self-reported testimonies… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jan.12170

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