Protective coping: a grounded theory of educative interactions in palliative care nursing.

@article{Morgan2001ProtectiveCA,
  title={Protective coping: a grounded theory of educative interactions in palliative care nursing.},
  author={Amy K Morgan},
  journal={International journal of palliative nursing},
  year={2001},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={91-9}
}
  • Amy K Morgan
  • Published 2001 in International journal of palliative nursing
The development of a workable caring partnership in palliative care between the nurse, patient and informal carer is contingent upon the nurse's use of effective interactions that will not only inform, but also help individuals to work towards common beneficial goals. This article summarizes a research project undertaken in Western Australia, which examined the symbolic nature and characteristics of educative interactions. Their therapeutic value was interpreted in order to construct a theory… CONTINUE READING

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