Schwartz rounds: bringing staff together to promote patient care
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Schwartz rounds: bringing staff together to promote patient care

Chris Longhurst @news_rcni News reporter, RCNi

A National Institute for Health Research study has found regular healthcare staff meetings improve morale and self-esteem

Findings from a study into the effectiveness of Schwartz rounds suggest that staff who use this opportunity for group reflection are less stressed and more empathic with colleagues and patients.

Nursing Management. 24, 8, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/nm.24.8.8.s7

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