The aim of the series is to report studies that have relevance to contemporary nursing and health care practice it will include reports of research into aspects of clinical nursing care management and education the series will be of interest to all nurses and health care workers researchers managers and educators in the field. Caring theory enhances patient care when nurses and nursing students first encounter the theory of human caring they often are baffled or overwhelmed by the words and phrases used by its author nursing theorist jean watson rn phd ahn bc faan a professor at the university of colorado denver college of nursing. Foundations of health and social care amanda reddin word count 2182 in this essay i am going to show the importance of caring in nursing and how it promotes high standards of care caring can be described in many ways such as showing empathy compassion and respect. The book serves as a core resource for nurse educators and students at all levels seeking to study the art and science of nursing grounded in caring additionally the book is a resource for in service educators in health care systems that specifically address caring as an essential value for practice. Caring concept is most likely the first word that comes to mind when we think of the nursing profession the word caring is even contained within the definition of nurse that being a person trained to care for the ill and injured and is often used simultaneously with other verbs such as attend look after and protect
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