Impact of a Multifaceted Intervention on Nurses' and Physicians' Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Family Presence During Resuscitation

Mian, Patricia; Warchal, Susan; Whitney, Susan; Fitzmaurice, Joan; Tancredi, David
February 2007
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2007, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p52
Academic Journal
The article discusses a study concerning the impact of a multifaceted intervention on nurses' and physicians' attitudes and behaviors toward family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Benefits of family presence during resuscitation are mentioned. A list of concerns identified by nurses and physicians about family presence is provided.


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