Nurse perceptions and experiences of patient health assets in oncology care: a qualitative study.

Abstract

Health assets, a term that refers to patients' strengths and potentials, has emerged as an important aspect of health care. A conceptual analysis of health assets revealed five core dimensions: mobilization, motivational, relational, volitional, and protective strengths. How nurses experience and use patients' health assets, however, is unknown. In this… (More)

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@article{Rotegrd2011NursePA, title={Nurse perceptions and experiences of patient health assets in oncology care: a qualitative study.}, author={Ann Kristin Roteg{\aa}rd and Cornelia M. Ruland and May Solveig Fagermoen}, journal={Research and theory for nursing practice}, year={2011}, volume={25 4}, pages={284-301} }