Exploring Responsibility for Fundamental Care Delivery
Fundamentals of Care: The Final Frontier?
Tiffany Conroy, PhD, International Learning Collaborative, Bedford Park, SA, Australia
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The literature relating to fundamental care implies that these core aspects of care are primarily the responsibility of nurses. However, what is not known, is if this is the predominant view of the nurses who are charged with delivering this care.
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