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Click on the links below to see Nursing Standard's coverage of the Patient Dignity campaign.
Christian Duffin examines how dignified care has been made a priority as a result of an RCN campaign (768Kb, PDF)
Nursing Standard, August 12 : vol 23 no 49 : 2009
Ward sisters and charge nurses in Wales will be put firmly back in charge of patient care under government plans to increase their powers in the running of hospitals. (148Kb, PDF)
Nursing Standard, July 2 : vol 22 no 43 : 2008
As the RCN launches a campaign on dignity, Adele Waters looks at the findings of a survey of more than 2,000 nurses (320Kb, PDF)
Nursing Standard, June 25 : vol 22 no 42 : 2008
An RCN campaign is to support nurses striving to treat patients with respect. Colin Parish reports (104Kb, PDF)
Nursing Standard, May 21 : vol 22 no 37 : 2008
Nurses identified the barriers that prevent them providing the best possible care last week, as treating patients with dignity became a dominant theme of RCN congress. (92Kb, PDF)
Nursing Standard, May 7 : vol 22 no 35 : 2008
The RCN has launched a teaching package to promote dignity in the workplace as part of its campaign to improve patient care. (176Kb, PDF)
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