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Correction to: Determinants of the quality of care relationships in long-term care – a systematic review
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- Published: 8 July 2019
The original article was published in BMC Health Services Research 2018 18:903
Correction to: BMC Health Serv Res (2018) 18:903
In the original publication of this article , there is a layout mistake in the column “McCloughen et al. (2011)” of Table 2.
Client group 2
Determinants described (level)
McCloughen et al. (2011)
To identify whether consumers and nurses in a mental health rehabilitation setting shared common understandings, attitudes, values, and experiences of nurse–consumer collaboration.
focus groups and a survey for consumers and a survey for nurses.
Consumers of inpatient rehabilitation service of a public psychiatric hospital. The research setting comprised one locked and one open ward and five residential-type complexes. Consumers received less intensive support from nurses and were close to discharge into community accommodation. Three focus group were held with 13 consumers from four residential-type complexes and three focus groups were held with 13 nurses. Thereafter, surveys were completed by 34 nursing staff and 18 consumers.
C & P
Client: - Abilities - Attitude (open to professional) - Strategic adapting behaviour
Professional: - Attitude (open to client, respectful) - Dependable - Focus on individual client - Listen - Professional competences (communication) - Working in a team
Between client and professional: - Equality (collaboration) - Social interaction (open communication) - Hierarchy - Trust
Contextual: - Hierarchy - Time (workload, lack of backup)
The original article has been corrected.
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