Nurse-physician collaboration in intensive care units
In this editorial, the author describes and evaluates an intervention study by Drs. Hamric and Blackhall. Particularly significant is the determination of positive relationships between collaboration and a) satisfaction with quality of care and b) ethical climate for two groups of nurses and the single group of physicians studied. Collaboration also was related inversely to moral distress.
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