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Perceptions of appropriateness of care among European and Israeli intensive care unit nurses and physicians

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Piers, Ruth D
Azoulay, Elie
Dekeyser Ganz, Freda
Decruyenaere, Johan
Max, Adeline
Michalsen, Andrej
Maia, Paulo Azevedo
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Published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association). 2011, vol. 306, no. 24, p. 2694-703
Abstract Clinicians in intensive care units (ICUs) who perceive the care they provide as inappropriate experience moral distress and are at risk for burnout. This situation may jeopardize patient quality of care and increase staff turnover.
Keywords AdultAttitude of Health PersonnelBurnout, ProfessionalCross-Sectional StudiesEuropeFemaleHumansIntensive Care Units/manpower/standardsInterprofessional RelationsIsraelJob SatisfactionMaleNurses/psychologyOrganizational CulturePatient Care/standardsPatient Care TeamPhysicians/psychologyQuality of Health CareTerminal Care/standardsUnnecessary Procedures
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PMID: 22203538
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Research group Devenir des patients ayant séjourné aux soins intensifs de chirurgie (283)
Project European Society of Intensive care medicine
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PIERS, Ruth D et al. Perceptions of appropriateness of care among European and Israeli intensive care unit nurses and physicians. In: JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), 2011, vol. 306, n° 24, p. 2694-703. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:25681

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