Nurses' understanding of patient-centred care in Bhutan
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Pelzang, Wood, and Black explore nurses' perceptions and understanding of patient-centered care (PCC) in Bhutan. Results show that Bhutanese nurses believed certain behaviors were critical to PCC. Accordingly, reform of higher nursing education, putting an emphasis on PCC, would improve nursing practice and increase its scope.
British Journal of Nursing
Nursing not elsewhere classified