Staff Nurses’ Perceptions and Experiences about Structural Empowerment: A Qualitative Phenomenological Study

  title={Staff Nurses’ Perceptions and Experiences about Structural Empowerment: A Qualitative Phenomenological Study},
  author={Peter van Bogaert and Lieve Peremans and Nadine Diltour and Danny Van heusden and Tinne Dilles and Bart Van Rompaey and Donna Sullivan Havens},
  booktitle={PloS one},
The aim of the study reported in this article was to investigate staff nurses' perceptions and experiences about structural empowerment and perceptions regarding the extent to which structural empowerment supports safe quality patient care. To address the complex needs of patients, staff nurse involvement in clinical and organizational decision-making processes within interdisciplinary care settings is crucial. A qualitative study was conducted using individual semi-structured interviews of 11… CONTINUE READING
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