The 's Views And Perceptions Of Compassionate Care Essay

2083 Words May 25th, 2016 9 Pages
This paper will critique Bramley and Matiti (2014) paper exploring compassion. This article shows the importance of developing and practicing compassionate care whilst in education and also throughout the careers of nurses.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC), (2014) stated that reports and recommendations in regards to compassions refer largely to nursing care. They believe as individuals we should collectively as teams make strides to ensure that we provide safe, effective and compassionate care.
This essay will follow Holland and Rees qualitative research framework (2010). This framework allows a critique of compassion as a key skill to nursing and as a feature of nurse education. This framework will afford insight into the quality of the processes used by the researcher and identify the things they have done well and any limitations within the study.
The concern of this topic is the patient’s views and perceptions of compassionate care and the development of compassionate nurses (Bramley & Matiti, 2014). This topic has been highlighted within numerous healthcare documents in the United Kingdom (UK) such as The Francis Report (2013), NMC Code (2015) and the Department of Health (2012) The 6C’s. The documents highlight the failures of fundamental care in which nurses are providing and how the focus on compassion should be integrated into nurse education, training, and recruitment from the very beginning. The Francis inquiry (2013) showed several areas of…

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