Student nurse socialisation in compassionate practice: a Grounded Theory study.

@article{Curtis2012StudentNS,
  title={Student nurse socialisation in compassionate practice: a Grounded Theory study.},
  author={Katherine Curtis and K. S. Horton and Pam Smith},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2012},
  volume={32 7},
  pages={790-5}
}
Compassionate practice is expected of Registered Nurses (RNs) around the world while at the same time remaining a contested concept. Nevertheless, student nurses are expected to enact compassionate practice in order to become RNs. In order for this to happen they require professional socialisation within environments where compassion can flourish. However, there is concern that student nurse socialisation is not enabling compassion to flourish and be maintained upon professional qualification… CONTINUE READING
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