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Rethinking on ‘patient-centered nursing' : from narratives of nurses regarding withdrawing and withholding artificial food and fluid in the terminally ill. Naoko Nakjima 1 1School of Nursing, Saku University Keyword: 患者中心の看護 , 個別性 , 死の共同性 , わたしの死 , 人となり , patient-centered nursing , individual , communality of death , my death , one's nature pp.35-40
Published Date 2010/2/1
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7001100066
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The paper throws a light into the concept of patient-centered nursing from the narratives of nurses regarding withdrawing and withholding artificial food and fluid in terminally ill patients. The nurses who raised questioned the ‘patient-centered nursing’ has the underlying feeling of ‘communality of death’, ‘my death’ and ‘one's nature’. Those nurses knew the meaning of death that evolved over time and were caring for the patients based on their clinical experience rather than relying on the concept of ‘patient-centeredness’. While patientcentered nursing is the standards of ethical conduct in today's nursing shifted from the historical disease/cure oriented model those nurses’perceptions suggested the possibility of different care approach.


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電子版ISSN 2434-7361 印刷版ISSN 1883-244X 日本看護倫理学会

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