Intentional Nurse Leader Rounding on Patients Daily
Jeffery Hudson, DNP - School of Nursing, Chamberlain College, Springville, California, USA
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Nurse leadership intentionally rounding daily on patients hold the key to successfully improving the patient care experience by performing service recovery and gathering recognition information to celebrate healthcare team members.
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|Name||28th International Nursing Research Congress|
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