Perceptions of inpatients and nurses towards the importance of nurses' caring behaviours in rehabilitation: A comparative study.

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Summary of "Perceptions of inpatients and nurses towards the importance of nurses' caring behaviours in rehabilitation: A comparative study."

This study was conducted to describe and compare nurses' and inpatients' perceptions of caring attitudes and behaviours in rehabilitation.


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Name: International journal of nursing practice
ISSN: 1440-172X
Pages: e12835


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