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245 00 Impacts of rationing and missed nursing care :|bchallenges
       and solutions : RANCARE action /|cedited by Evridiki 
       Papastavrou, Riitta Suhonen 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
300    1 online resource (x, 201 pages) :|billustrations, digital
       ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Understanding missed
       care: definitions, conceptualization, evidence and 
       prevalence -- Chapter 3. Does rationing of nursing care 
       presupposes an acceptance of missed care? Philosophical 
       and legal aspects -- Chapter 4. Studying missed care: 
       designs, instruments and reporting guidelines -- Chapter 
       5. An ethical perspective of nursing care rationing and 
       missed care -- Chapter 6. Ethics of doing research within 
       the context of missed nursing care -- Chapter 
       7.Interventions to reduce / limit MISSED CARE - state of 
       the art and future perspectives -- Chapter 8. Patient 
       safety education for nurses -- Chapter 9: Good management 
       and clinical leadership for better patient outcomes -- 
       Chapter 10. Synergies during the RANCARE Project: 
       opportunities for networking and establishment of 
       collaborations -- Chapter 11. Conclusions and the way 
520    This book reveals how economic restrictions and limited 
       healthcare resources, combined with growing care demands 
       due to advanced technology and more care options, have to 
       a great extent contributed to increased workloads for 
       healthcare professionals and put them under pressure to 
       prioritize their work. This has led to the rationing of 
       care, i.e., to decision-making processes on the allocation
       of scarce resources, especially human resources, and on 
       which care activities take priority over others; in turn, 
       these processes have led to unfinished or missed care, 
       which has serious implications for quality of care and 
       patient safety. Concerns related to nursing shortages and 
       lean staffing practices have increased the awareness of 
       the problem, as patient outcomes are affected by the 
       quality and quantity of care that they receive and led to 
       intensified scientific inquiry into this phenomenon. This 
       book is written by the members of the Rancare Cost Action 
       group, whose aim is to facilitate discussion about 
       rationing of nursing care based on a cross-national 
       comparative approach with implications for practice and 
       professional development. Four working groups investigated
       four areas for four years: a) the conceptualization of 
       care rationing and methodological inquiries concerning the
       investigation of the phenomenon, b) exploration of 
       possible solutions and intervention studies, c) the 
       ethical perspective of care rationing and missed care 
       including patients' rights and possible discrimination, 
       and d) the educational implications, based on an 
       exploration of the level of patient safety training and 
       care rationing, as well as preparing guidelines for 
       managers. The book will be a valuable resource for nurses,
       allied healthcare professionals, managers, policymakers, 
       researchers, ethical committees, and educators whose goal 
       is to provide better and safer care 
650  0 Health care rationing 
650  0 Nursing 
650  0 Nurses|xSupply and demand 
650 14 Nursing 
650 24 Health Care Management 
650 24 Nursing Ethics 
700 1  Papastavrou, Evridiki,|eeditor 
700 1  Suhonen, Riitta,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer Nature eBook 
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