Promoting dignity in long-term care

Shu Lin Uei; Shu Chen Wu
December 2010
Macau Journal of Nursing;2010, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p20
Academic Journal
The article presents an integrative review of nursing literature which is concerned with the concept and practice of promoting the dignity of older people who live in a nursing care facility. In the article the authors examine the concept of dignity in the nursing science literature in an effort to formulate a comprehensive and pragmatic concept of promoting dignity.


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