Good nursing care: Rodgers’ evolutionary concept analysis
Background & Aim: Considering that the main responsibility of the nurses is to give care to the patients, concept analysis of good care by providing a clear definition will promote nursing practice and quality of healthcare. This study aims to clarify the concept of good care through the use of Rodgers's evolutionary approach.
Methods & Materials: This study used Rodgers's evolutionary approach. The keywords of good care, quality care, and similar words were used for searching from CINHAL, PubMed, Emerald, Elsevier and Scopus databases. Literature published in English between 2000- 2018 was included. Forty one articles were selected and content analysis was used to distinguish attributes, antecedents, and consequences of the good care.
Results: According to the finding, care was considered as good that was accompanied by the up-to-date knowledge and by doing procedural cares skillfully and safely leaded to recovery, reducing health care costs, and patient satisfaction through an effective and efficient relationship with the patient.
Conclusion: Skillful practice, well-informed knowledge and effective communication are the most important inputs for nurses to provide good care for the patients and the lack of these, especially in the case of using unprofessional workforce in nursing, is a serious threat to patient care.
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