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Presence - the Core of Nursing : Elderly People´s Experiences of the Presence of Their Primary Nurse

  title={Presence - the Core of Nursing : Elderly People´s Experiences of the Presence of Their Primary Nurse},
  author={Eva Halme},
Tampereen ammattikorkeakoulu Tampere University of Applied Sciences Degree Programme in Nursing Option of Medical-Surgical Nursing HALME, EVA MARIA: Presence – the core of nursing Elderly people ́s experiences of the presence of their primary nurse Bachelor ́s thesis 36 pages, 2 appendices November 2012 The purpose was to explore how elderly people experience the presence of their primary nurse. The aim of this study is to increase the wellbeing of the residents and present to the working-life… Expand
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