Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/10547
Title: Exploring Nurses’ Meaning and Experiences of Compassion: An International Online Survey Involving 15 Countries
Authors: Papadopoulos, Irena 
Taylor, Georgina 
Ali, Sheila 
Aagard, Magdeline 
Akman, Ozlem 
Alpers, Lise-Merete 
Apostolara, Paraskevi 
Biglete-Pangilinan, Sylvia 
Biles, Jessica 
García, Angel Martin 
González-Gil, Teresa 
Koulouglioti, Christina 
Kouta, Christiana 
Krepinska, Radka 
Kumar, Bernadette Nirma 
Lesińska-Sawicka, Malgorzata 
Diaz, Alba Lucero 
Malliarou, Maria 
Nagórska, Malgorzata 
Nassim, Sara 
Nortvedt, Line 
Oter-Quintana, Cristina 
Ozturk, Candan 
Papp, Katalin 
Regev, Orit Eldar 
Rubiano, Florinda O. 
Diaz, Maria Ymelda Tolentino 
Tóthová, Valerie 
Vasiliou, Marios 
Zorba, Akile 
Keywords: Compassion;Cultural competence;Culture;Transcultural nursing
Category: Basic Medicine
Field: Medical and Health Sciences
Issue Date: 1-May-2017
Publisher: SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
Source: JOURNAL OF TRANSCULTURAL NURSING, Volume: 28, Issue: 3 Pages: 286-295, Published: MAY 2017
metadata.dc.doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1043659615624740
Journal: Journal of Transcultural Nursing
Abstract: Purpose: In recent years, there has been much focus on compassion in nursing care, and concern has been raised in a number of reports and media stories regarding decreased compassion. The aim of this study was to explore similarities and differences in the understanding and demonstration of compassion in nursing practice across 15 countries. Design: A total of 1,323 nurses from 15 countries responded to questions in relation to compassion, via an international online survey. Results: The data revealed the impact of sociopolitical influences on perceptions of compassion, and the conscious and intentional nature of compassion. Discussion and Conclusion: The study demonstrated shared understandings of the importance of compassion as well as some common perceptions of the attributes of compassionate care. The differences reported were not as significant as had been expected. Implications for Practice: Further research is needed to explore the country and culture differences in the enactment of compassion.
URI: http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/10547
ISSN: 1043-6596
Rights: © The Author(s) 2015
Type: Article
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