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Nurse wellbeing has 'direct impact' on patient care

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'“While it may appear self-evident that patients’ experiences and the quality of health care they receive are influenced by the experiences of the staff providing that care, there was limited UK research that explored this link,” she said.' Why on earth cannot we just use a bit of common sense, and put research efforts into looking at things we probably are not already almost certain of - this is another one, where a contrary finding would seem 'inexplicable' !

Posted date

16 November, 2012

Posted time

10:51 am

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