How to make compassionate leadership in nursing a reality
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How to make compassionate leadership in nursing a reality

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

Empathetic and inclusive leaders enable teams to achieve better outcomes for patients, but can be difficult to find in the hierarchical organisations of the NHS

Compassionate leadership is good for staff and good for patients, with a growing evidence base showing that it results in staff being more motivated and delivering high-quality care.

Nursing Management. 29, 5, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.5.6.s2

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