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ICHRN Knowledge Library
  • Date
    2009-06-15
  • Title
    Nurses' experiences of feeling respected - not respected
  • Journal

  • Publisher
    Sage Journals Online
  • Year
    2009
  • Author
    Milton, CL
  • Description
    "Feeling respected-not respected is an experience integral with the ways nurses choose to describe the quality of their work environments and with the quality of care they provide to patients and families. The purposes of this study were to enhance understanding of nurses' experiences of feeling respected-not respected, and to provide new knowledge about quality of work-life related to feeling respected-not respected. The Parse research method was used to answer the research question, What is the structure of the lived experience of feeling respected-not respected? Participants were 37 nurses in staff and leadership roles at a large teaching hospital. The structure, feeling respected-not respected is affirming-not affirming attentiveness with diverse affiliations arising with assuredness-unassuredness, is discussed in light of the humanbecoming theory, related literature, leadership, and future research. " (from website)
  • Categories
    Work Environment
  • Keywords
    environment, respect, quality
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