Figure 8. Confidence in compassionate care among nurses in the study sample (A. Keep peaceful and focused in a quiet environment; B. Keep peaceful and focused when moving or in noise; C. Practice non-verbal, non-pharmacological approaches to calming and reassuring patients; D. Confident in being calm, peaceful, and focused before and during patient encounters; E. Can describe major risks of mind-body therapies for patients; F. Can describe major risks and benefits of mind-body therapies for self and other clinicians; G. Can extend kindness, peace, and compassion to patients, colleagues, and self)

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Compassionate Care Delivery for Elderly Patients: Nurses’ Perception

Hanan Elzeblawy Hassan, Aziza Abozed, Abeer Mohamed, Eman Moustafa Ibrahim

American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2021, 9(1), 22-35 doi:10.12691/ajap-9-1-4