Personalized care supresses the negative effect of duty length
What is it about?
WHAT IS KNOWN ABOUT THIS TOPIC Workloads and working longer shift led to poor care outcomes. Patient-centered care is significantly led to optimize quality and safety. There is a mixed effect of the shift length on the outcomes of care.
Why is it important?
WHAT THIS STUDY ADDS Shift length is indirectly associated with the quality and safety. Patient-centered care mitigates the negative impact of shift length on the quality and safety. The study provides insight of the importance of structuring the shift length and instills the culture of patient-centered care in order to provide safe, better care quality and more personalized care. WHAT IS THE FUTURE WORK NEEDED Further study is required to explore the level of compensation of patient‐centered care of nurses assigned to work more than 12‐hour shifts or “double shifts”. Other factors were proposed for better explanations of these relationships.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Mu'taman Jarrar and Dr. Ahmed Meri
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