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Title: Compassion in Health Care: An Empirical Model
Authors: Sinclair, Shane
McClement, Susan
Raffin-Bouchal, Shelley
Hack, Thomas F.
Hagen, Jack A.
McConnell, Shelagh
Chochinov, Harvey Max
Keywords: Compassion;model;empirical;oncology;palliative care;qualitative research
Issue Date: Feb-2016
Citation: Sinclaire, Shane, McClement, Susan, et al. "Compassion in Health Care: An Empirical Model." February 2016. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, Vol. 51, No. 2.
Abstract: Compassion is frequently referenced as a hallmark of quality care by patients, health care providers, health care administrators, and policy makers. Despite its putative centrality, including its institution in recent health care reform, an empirical understanding based on the perspectives of patients, the recipients of compassion, is lacking -making compassion one of the most referenced yet poorly understood elements of quality care.
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