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Title: Training nurses in developing self-regulation skills and its benefit on patients' satisfaction
Authors: Kalavana, Theano 
Keywords: Public;Environmental & Occupational Health;Psychology
Category: Basic Medicine
Field: Medical and Health Sciences
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis ltd
Source: Psychology & health, 2012, Volume: 27 Pages: 64-65 Supplement: 1 Special Issue: SI
Abstract: This was a longitudinal study aimed to examine Self-Regulation skills of nurses (N¼ 338,X¼38.8, SD¼ 8.8) in the clinical setting and their relation to (professional) goal accomplishment and patients’ satisfaction (control group), to develop a 6-month (72 hours)intervention program in which nurses were taught and exercised self-regulation skills (experimental group) and examine the differences between control group and experimental group on SR skills, professional goal accomplishment and patients’ satisfaction.
ISSN: 0887-0446
Rights: © 2012 Taylor & Francis
Type: Article
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