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Affective neutrality and involvement in nurse/patient relationships: perceptions of appropriate behaviour among nurses in acute medical and surgical wards

Affective neutrality and involvement in nurse/patient relationships: perceptions of appropriate behaviour among nurses in acute medical and surgical wards
Affective neutrality and involvement in nurse/patient relationships: perceptions of appropriate behaviour among nurses in acute medical and surgical wards
This paper explores ideas about the appropriate basis for nurse–patient relationships which underwrite the nursing practice of experienced staff nurses on the acute surgical and medical wards of a Scottish general hospital Three central features of involvement with patients are identified, knowledge, reciprocity and investment, and these are related to three general models of the nurse–patient relationship, characterized as primary, demonstrative and associational The implications of the nursing practice on which these models are based are discussed in the context of issues of quality of care and orientation to work.
0309-2402
552-558
May, Carl
17697f8d-98f6-40d3-9cc0-022f04009ae4
May, Carl
17697f8d-98f6-40d3-9cc0-022f04009ae4

May, Carl (1991) Affective neutrality and involvement in nurse/patient relationships: perceptions of appropriate behaviour among nurses in acute medical and surgical wards Journal of Advanced Nursing, 16, (5), pp. 552-558. (doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.1991.tb01690.x).

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This paper explores ideas about the appropriate basis for nurse–patient relationships which underwrite the nursing practice of experienced staff nurses on the acute surgical and medical wards of a Scottish general hospital Three central features of involvement with patients are identified, knowledge, reciprocity and investment, and these are related to three general models of the nurse–patient relationship, characterized as primary, demonstrative and associational The implications of the nursing practice on which these models are based are discussed in the context of issues of quality of care and orientation to work.

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Published date: May 1991

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Local EPrints ID: 163275
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/163275
ISSN: 0309-2402
PURE UUID: 986e4f57-7945-474e-b29d-35dae17c9771
ORCID for Carl May: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0451-2690

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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:31

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