Accept No Less Than Caring Behaviors

Soldwisch, Sandy; Lockhart, Cynthia
August 2003
Critical Care Nurse;Aug2003, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p96
Academic Journal
Provides information on the patient care services of Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Role of the Patient Care Services Leadership Team in the provision of quality patient care; Development of caring behaviors among hospital staff; Significance of the communication process for patient services.


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