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Inappropriate care in European ICUs: confronting views from nurses and junior and senior physicians

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Piers, Ruth D
Azoulay, Elie
DeKeyser Ganz, Freda
Max, Adeline
Michalsen, Andrej
Azevedo Maia, Paulo
Owczuk, Radoslaw
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Published in Chest. 2014, vol. 146, no. 2, p. 267-75
Abstract ICU care providers often feel that the care given to a patient may be inconsistent with their professional knowledge or beliefs. This study aimed to assess differences in, and reasons for, perceived inappropriate care (PIC) across ICU care providers with varying levels of decision-making power.
Keywords AdultAttitude of Health PersonnelBurnout, ProfessionalCross-Sectional StudiesEuropeFemaleFollow-Up StudiesHumansIntensive Care Units/manpower/standardsInterprofessional RelationsJob SatisfactionMaleMiddle AgedNurses/psychologyOrganizational CulturePatient Care/standardsPatient Care Team/standardsPhysicians/psychologyProfessional CompetenceQuality of Health CareQuestionnairesRetrospective StudiesUnnecessary Procedures
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PMID: 24832567
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Research group Devenir des patients ayant séjourné aux soins intensifs de chirurgie (283)
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PIERS, Ruth D et al. Inappropriate care in European ICUs: confronting views from nurses and junior and senior physicians. In: Chest, 2014, vol. 146, n° 2, p. 267-75. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:42358

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