How can the configuration of dialysis centres encourage shared care?
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AbstractBased on the responses of 74 interviews from 7 dialysis centres, Ian Davison, Sandra Cooke and Robin Gutteridge argue that shared care shouldn't just be seen as a stepping-stone to home haemodialysis. Reasons for this include increased job satisfaction of nursing staff and ultimately more patients dialysing at home. Six organisational recommendations are made to promote vibrant shared care environments
CitationDavison, I., Cooke, S., Gutteridge, R. (2017) 'How can the configuration of dialysis centres encourage shared care?' Journal of Renal Nursing, 7 (3)
PublisherMark Allen Publishing
JournalJournal of Renal Nursing