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639-014-0007Compassion is a word that conveys a sense of action taking place in response to suffering or distress. Over recent years we have seen considerable international debate surrounding compassion within healthcare Authors: Stephanie Tierney. Citation: Journal of Compassionate Health Care 2018 5 :1.

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639-014-0007Journal of Compassionate Health Care will cease to be published by BioMed Central (BMC) from 31 July 2018.BMC will continue to host an archive of all articles previously published in the journal and all articles published in Journal of Compassionate Health Care during its time with BMC will remain fully searchable via the BMC website.

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Introducing the Journal of Compassionate Health Care

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639-014-0007The inspiration for this new open access journal, Journal of Compassionate Health Care emerged from the apparent need to restore humanity to healthcare, particularly within a period of austerity that has been affecting many countries. In 2011, we organized a successful Symposium on the topic of compassion in health care [] at the University of Greenwich, UK, bringing together key …

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Free clinic educational interventions for patients with

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639-017-0039The implementation of community-based programs tailored to underserved patients who do not have access to quality health care can impact future health outcomes. Addressing these chronic disease issues is critical to intervene in communities and develop effective management solutions pertinent to one’s health status. Many public-health objectives have been suggested for further …

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Publish Year: 2017
Author: Ashruta Patel, Valerie E. Cadet
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(PDF) Introducing the Journal of Compassionate Health Care

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Furthermore, compassionate care is associated with fewer malpractice suits, reducing the costs of health care services (Wilkerson et al., 2010; Shea & Lionis, 2014; Lown, 2015), and it can be

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Definition of compassion in healthcare: a systematic

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Aim: To reflect on the definition of compassion and analyse the concepts encompassed by the term. Background: A large number of authors have defined compassion, with certain nuances that differ from case to case. This raises the need for specificity in the definition of the term. Data sources: First, a systematic search was conducted of scientific databases.

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Compassion in Health Care: An Empirical Model

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professional bodies, and leading health care organiza-tions identify compassion as a hallmark of quality care. The role of compassion in health care is evident in its prominent position within codes of patients’ rights,1 best practice guidelines,2 health care reform,1e3 and standards of quality care.1,3,4 Compassion is promi-

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Measuring compassionate healthcare journals.plos.org

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Schwartz Center Compassionate Care Scale (SCCCS). The 12-item SCCCS is the revision of the 16-item version of the same measure. The psychometric properties of the 16-item SCCCS indicated strong reliability when used to rate individual physicians (Cronbach’s alpha = 0.97 and 0.95). A one-factor model was a good fit for all items, and the

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Publish Year: 2019
Author: Ana Maria Rodriguez, Ana Maria Rodriguez, Beth A. Lown
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Sympathy, empathy, and compassion: A SAGE Journals

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Healthcare today is paying a great deal of attention to patient-reported outcomes and person-centered care delivery. 1,2 Clinicians, policymakers, patients, and their families are calling for healthcare providers to move beyond the delivery of services and to more explicitly consider the preferences, needs, and values of the persons receiving these services. 3 –6 Within this discussion, …

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Journal of Healthcare Management

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The Journal of Healthcare Management (JHM) is the official journal of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Published bimonthly, JHM is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to providing healthcare leaders with the information they need to manage complex healthcare issues and to make effective strategic decisions. JHM provides a forum for discussion of current trends and

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The Importance and Extent of Providing Compassionate

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Introduction. Compassion is a virtue and a necessary trait of nursing and being a nurse [].It is a feeling evoked by witnessing others pain that leads to taking measures to help them [].Compassion is the human and moral part of care, and according to many nursing literatures, compassion is the philosophical foundation and centrepiece of the nursing profession.

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Force and Compassion in Health Care Journal of Ethics

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Force and Compassion in Health Care. AMA J Ethics. 2021;23 (4):E289-291. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2021.289. I began synthesizing this theme issue and writing this letter amidst the reality of mandatory physical distancing, enforced mask wearing, and required sheltering in place. Force as a topic in health care took on new meanings during the

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Breaking bad news and the importance of compassionate

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Patient Experience Journal Volume 5 Issue 2Patient & Family Experience in Children’s Hospitals and Pediatric Care Article 5 2018 Breaking bad news and the importance of compassionate palliative care of the infant William S. Sessions II Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Amarillo, Texas, [email protected] Sean Y. Kow

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Journal of Compassionate Health Care Volumes and issues

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Journal of Compassionate Health Care Volumes and issues. Journal of Compassionate Health Care is now archived and no longer receiving submissions with this publisher. All articles published in the journal during its time with Springer will remain fully searchable through our websites.

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Compassionate Care: Making It a Priority and the Science

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nate health care report better clinical outcomes, an understanding of the science behind it may give rise to methods of incorporating compassion into clinical care delivery. Methods: A high-level summary of the social and neuroscience research was constructed. Results: Functional neuroimaging of empathy and compassion demonstrates neural networks involving the insula, cingulate, and prefrontal

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Compassionate Care in Healthcare Systems: A Systematic

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Compassionate care is defined as a deep feeling of being connected to human suffering and an ethical response to the sufferings of others. 40, 54 It appears that many professional caregivers and

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(PDF) Compassion in Health Care: An Empirical Model

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V ol. 51 No. 2 Februar y 2016 197 Compassion in Health Care: An Empirical Model compassionate caregivi ng: seeking to understand, rel a- tional communicating, and attendin g to needs.

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The potential for COVID‐19 to contribute to compassion

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The COVID‐19 pandemic and mental health impacts. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 29 (3), 315–318. 10.1111/inm.12726 [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Van Zyl, A. B. , & Noonan, I. (2018). The Trojan War inside nursing: An exploration of compassion

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Learning what high quality compassionate care means for

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Learning what high quality compassionate care means, McKenzie et al. Patient Experience Journal, Volume 1, Issue 2 - Fall 2014 126 throughout its work, and as ongoing partners. Initially the focus was a population of 1.5 million people in North Central London but this grew to 3.5 million with the inclusion of North East London (since April 2013

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Developing compassionate leadership in health care: an

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One survey showed that just over half of the patients and doctors believed that the health care system provided good compassionate care. 6 The work experience of health care staff is critical to their own and their patients’ well-being as well as to the overall culture of the health care workplace, emphasizing the need for the provision of

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Publish Year: 2015
Author: Paquita C. dle Zulueta

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Compassionate care: not easy, not free, not only nurses

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Notably, compassionate care received far greater attention from the nursing and health services press than from medical journals. In the medical journals, compassionate care discourse focused, unsurprisingly, on doctors’ roles in commissioning and ensuring a compassionate

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Introducing compassion into the education of health care

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639-016-0020Whilst health care professionals embark on their careers with high ideals these can be eroded by the pressures and stress of the system. This paper explores the problems, which may lead both students and professionals, working in health care, to feel isolated and stressed. It considers the value of Schwartz Rounds as an initiative that can be used to enhance student well-being and …

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Compassionate Care Challenges and Barriers in Clinical

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Compassion is the heart of nursing care. Barriers to compassion in nursing may be influenced by the prevailing culture and religion of a society. Determining the barriers to providing compassion-based care would help nurses to plan better and more appropriate

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Publish Year: 2019
Author: Sima Babaei, Fariba Taleghani

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The importance of compassion and respectful care for the

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The prevalence of compassionate and respectful care practices was 38.8% and 46.2%, respectively. Female gender, health officer role, having a monthly salary equal to or greater than 5000 Ethiopian birr, and a positive attitude were significantly associated with compassionate care practice.

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Compassionate Care in Healthcare Systems: A Systematic

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Methods. This study was conducted through narrative synthesis which is supposed to do systematic and synthesized review. Searching was done in English databases including Pub Med, CINAHL, Google Scholar, Web of Science, and Cochrane library, Ovid, Science Direct, WILEY by using keywords of Compassionate Care, Delivery of Health Care, Healthcare Systems, Compassion and Health Care

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Publish Year: 2019
Author: Banafsheh Tehranineshat, Mahnaz Rakhshan, Camellia Torabizadeh, Mohammad Fararouei

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Fostering compassion and reducing burnout: How can health

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When empathic communication and compassion exists, clinical teams are more effective, morale is higher, patient safety and satisfaction is higher, and fulfilling the organizational mission is more likely (Lown et al., 2019). As Rosen (2015, p. 1) explains: ‘Compassion is the foundation of good medical care.

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Compassion in Health Care: An Empirical Model Journal of

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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

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Health Care's Compassion Crisis: Caring Makes a Difference

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The vast majority of health care providers, I’d say 99.9%, believe that compassion is vital to health care, in one sense — as an “ought.” We ought to treat people with compassion.

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How important is compassionate healthcare SAGE Journals

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Compassionate care requires understanding of another’s pain or suffering, with commitment to doing something to relieve this. It is endorsed by nursing and other healthcare professionals in their codes of ethics as one of their main responsibilities. Yet too often it comes to public attention as a deficiency in healthcare organisations.

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What Might a Good Compassionate AMA Journal of Ethics

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Patient rights are instrumental in expressing the ethical principles of respect for persons, patient autonomy, informed consent, just care, and other values that improve health care service delivery. 2 Compassionate care and a compassionate use of force, however, can be difficult to define and arguably even more difficult to codify or mandate. 3 Chochinov presents a concise description of

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Compassionate Care: A Concept Analysis Lori Burnell, 2009

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Abstract. Compassion may be nursing's most precious asset, yet the concept of compassion (or compassionate care) remains notably absent from nursing scholarship and the practicalities related to contemporary care delivery models. The provision of compassionate care is more than a professional mandate or an attribute of a model expressed in

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Exploring Compassion from the Perspective of Health Care

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Background: Despite the body of literature regarding the varying definition of compassion, there appears a lack of literature pertaining to the meaning of compassion from the perspective of health care professionals working in palliative care settings. Objective: The study aimed to explore how health care professionals working in palliative care settings view and/or understand the …

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Publish Year: 2020
Author: Sarah L. Ferraz, Moira O'Connor, Trevor G. Mazzucchelli

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The Challenge of Compassion in Modern Healthcare Settings

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Mandating compassionate care is an endeavor doomed to failure as the problem of noncompassionate care lies in the basic organization of modern healthcare and healthcare settings, according an article published in the Journal of Medical Ethics.. Michelle Rydon-Grange, MSc, PhD, of the North Wales Forensic Psychiatric Service in Llanfairfechan, Conwy, United Kingdom, noted that …

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Burnell Compassionate Care Tool Internation Journal Of

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compassionate care in a hospital setting can be identified, observed, and measured. belonging (compassion) represented the largest Objective - Pilot Study No single, standardized scale for measuring either compassion or compassionate care was found in the nursing or health care literature. In an attempt

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Is compassion an optional extra? On Health

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1. There is international concern about the perceived lack of compassion in health care and this is sometimes thought to be the result of the modern day technical/scientific training of doctors and nurses, coupled with the large amounts of paperwork that staff are expected to deal with in recent times. In his article, Professor Haslam refers back to four decades ago whereby in his early days in the medical profession he witnessed care carried out with great compassion, but also care that was ‘anything but compassionate’, concluding that ‘the good old days’ were not automatically good at all. Thus, if there were signs of a lack of compassion in the past, when society was less technically orientated and pressures were not so high, can we expect compassion to form a crucial part of health care today? The answer is surely yes – it can and it should. Compassion should not be an ‘optional extra’, and indeed there is evidence to suggest that even small acts of kindness and understanding, and...

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Balancing Compassions with Service Delivery in Health and

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The author will explore the importance of how health and social care leaders balance compassion with effective and efficient service delivery. Nacioglu (2016) undertook a review on how individual behaviour of not “speaking up” impacted on the quality of patient safety care. A literature review of 53 articles was undertaken to identify what

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CAREGIVERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF COMPASSION ABILITY …

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patients. However, the impact of rising numbers of patients on paediatric health care provider’s ability to offer compassionate care has not been given much effort locally. Most of the studies on the area have focused on the self -reports of the health care professionals and hardly the recipients

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Compassion in Corrections: The Struggle Between Security

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20.07.0061Journal of Correctional Health Care, 27 (2),121–126. Google Scholar; Lown , B. A. (2015). Compassion is a necessity and an individual and collective responsibility: Comment on “Why and how is compassion necessary to provide good quality healthcare?” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 4(9), 613–614.

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Developing compassionate leadership in health care: an

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Developing compassionate leadership in health care: an integrative review Paquita C de Zulueta Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Imperial College London, UK Abstract: Compassionate health care is universally valued as a social and moral good to be upheld and sustained. Leadership is considered pivotal for enabling the development and preservation of compassionate health care

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Measuring Compassionate Care: Reliability and Validity of

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Loving-kindness meditation: A tool to improve healthcare provider compassion, resilience, and patient care. Journal of Compassionate Health Care, 1, 5 . Google Scholar Crossref

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The Hidden Curriculum of Compassionate Care: Can

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Compassionate care, or care that prioritizes deep awareness and desire to relieve patient suffering, 1 is currently perceived to be lacking in medical education and practice. 1–3 With no consensus on where caring behaviors fall on the continuum from fixed personality traits to learnable behaviors, 4 many have attempted to address this deficit. Proposed solutions range from selecting caring

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Compassion and Health Care: A Discussion With the Dalai

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An essential component of compassion is the feeling of interconnectedness with others, which naturally leads to engagement—a critical component of effective health care. Rather than a vague concept to strive for in the abstract, compassion is an active driver of feeling interconnected and engaged. In turn, being engaged leads to feelings of

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Compassionate Healthcare Program Compassion Institute

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Compassionate Healthcare Program Compassion-based interventions for healthcare professionals and administrators Why Compassion, Why Now The evidence is compelling. Compassion has been shown to improve many dimensions of healthcare, including patient health outcomes, patient satisfaction, clinician well-being, team well-being, and quality and process of care. While compassion

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Measuring Compassionate Care: Reliability and Validity of

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The Greek version of the compassionate care assessment tool was developed by using forward and backward translation. The reliability and validity of the measures were investigated in a sample of patients hospitalized in public hospitals in Athens.

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Compassionate care enhancement: benefits and outcomes

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This review of outcome studies demonstrates that compassionate care benefits patients with regard to elected treatment adherence, wound healing, satisfaction, and well-being; it benefits physicians with regard to lowered depression rates, elevated meaning, lower burnout, and more diligent technical care; it benefits healthcare systems that establish reputational gains at no greater use of …

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Does CompassionFocused Therapy Training for Health Care

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icing compassion through a variety of experiential practices and meditations can lead to higher levels of compassion for others, sensitivity to suffering, motivation to help, and altruism. This study examines outcome measures after a 3-day introductory workshop on compassion-focused therapy provided to health care providers and educators. The aim of the research is to explore whether the

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Is SelfCompassion Important for Health Care Practitioners?

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04-01-007The cornerstone of health care practice is the provision of competent, compassionate care. Compassion is usually thought of when applied toward others; however, self-compassion promotes well-being, mental health, reduces fatigue and “burn-out” in health care practitioners. While most health care practitioners would agree with the importance of demonstrating compassion, a …

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Research Compassion Institute

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The Compassion Institute is dedicated to promoting strong and ethical academic research on the impacts of Compassion Cultivation Training™. We would be delighted to hear from you regarding research topics, and other inquiries you may have. Please tell us more about your inquiry. Contact our Research Team.

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What are the aims of the Journal of compassionate health care?

The aim of this paper is to explore the disciplinary and topic trends associated with empathy (E) and compassion (C) in the PubMed health-related literature and assess whether they suggest a sufficient basis for ... Nursing is emotional work and learning how to manage their emotions is a valuable part of nurse education.

What are the recommendations for Compassion in health care?

Recommendations included that all health professionals be trained in compassion, that compassion be considered and evaluated as a core competency of health care providers, and that system-wide standards of compassionate care be adopted and implemented.

Is the u.s.health care system compassionate?

Survey data shows that nearly half of Americans believe that the U.S. health care system is not compassionate. Nearly half of Americans believe that health care providers are not compassionate. This is coupled with evidence that physicians, specifically, miss 60% to 90% of opportunities to respond to patients with compassion.

How is compassion related to empathy in health care?

Experiencing compassion makes people better able to show compassion to others, leading to a virtuous spiral. Compassion is often conflated with empathy (and most of the research in health care relates to empathy, not compassion), and empathy itself is multifaceted with two broad components: emotional empathy and cognitive empathy.

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