A comparative descriptive analysis of perceived quality of caring attitudes and behaviours between haemodialysis patients and their nurses

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Title
A comparative descriptive analysis of perceived quality of caring attitudes and behaviours between haemodialysis patients and their nurses
Journal
Nursing Open
Author(s)
Delmas Philippe, Antonini Matteo, Berthoud Laurent, O'Reilly Louise, Cara Chantal, Brousseau Sylvain, Bellier-Teichmann Tanja, Weidmann Jean, Roulet-Schwab Delphine, Ledoux Isabelle, Pasquier Jérôme, Boillat Evelyne, Brandalesi Vanessa, Konishi Mario
ISSN
2054-1058
2054-1058
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
7
Pages
563-570
Language
english
Abstract
Despite its importance in nursing, perceived quality of the nurse-patient relationship has seldom been researched. This study sought to examine and compare the quality of caring attitudes and behaviours as perceived by haemodialysis patients and their nurses. Design This comparative descriptive study involved 140 haemodialysis patients and 101 nurses caring for them in ten haemodialysis units in the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Methods Participants completed a sociodemographic questionnaire and the Caring Nurse-Patient Interaction Scale (CNPI-70). Results Both nurses and patients reported a high frequency of caring attitudes and behaviours. Patients gave higher ratings than nurses did on all the caring dimensions, except spirituality. Implications are discussed.
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Web of science
Open Access
Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation / 100001C_172588
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