Compassion fatigue: Exploration and prevalence
M. Nancy Van Aman, DNP
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This research study used the Professional Quality of Life 5 instrument to explore the prevalence of compassion fatigue in direct care nursing staff at a community hospital. Results were used to develop a support program.
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