Family presence during bedside rounding of critically ill patients: Introducing the African American nurse's perspective
Candice S. Thornton, BSN - Darton College of Health Professions, Albany State University, Albany, GA, USA
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What are the perceptions of African- American nurses towards family presence during bedside rounding of the critically ill patient? African-American nurses comprise ten percent of registered nurses and the percentage working in critical care are scarce. This research highlights African-American nurses' perceptions towards an issue in critical care.
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|Keywords||African American Nurses;
Family Presence During Rounding;
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