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Patient care in hospitals has become perfunctory, task focused, and void of a personalized human connection, which has become an area of concern among scholars since the 1970s. This experimental, post-test only, control-group study with a purposive patient and clinical staff sample explored the relationship between human caring and patient satisfaction; and the role of leadership in transforming the organizational culture in an long term acute care hospital (LTACH) setting implanting the Magnet initiatives.

Publication Date

2014

City

National Harbor, MD

Keywords

Research Symposium

Disciplines

Community Health | Medicine and Health Sciences | Organization Development | Other Medicine and Health Sciences | Other Psychiatry and Psychology | Other Psychology