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iCare Resources for "Extreme Patient-Centeredness": Respect

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Respect for Patients

"Patient-centered care requires a relationship in which patients feel that their concerns have been acknowledged and that the university healthcare providers and staff understand the patient's needs from that patient's own unique perspective... iCARE stands for: a distinctive pattern of caring in which each and every healthcare provider including every physician and every staff member commits to communicate clearly, augment access, revere, respect, and embrace excellence." (icare Standards)

Articles on Respect

Baillie, L. "Patient dignity in an acute hospital setting: a case study." International Journal of Nursing Studies 46.1 (2009), 23-36. PMID: 18790477. Full-Text in OhioLINK EJC.

Dickert NW. "Understanding respect: learning from patients." Journal of Medical Ethics 35.7 (2009), 419-423. PMID: 19567690. Full-Text in BMJ Journals

Leplege A. "Person-centredness: conceptual and historical perspectives." Disability & Rehabilitation 29.20-21 (2007), 1555-1565. PMID: 17922326. Full-Text in CINAHL. 

McCormack B. "Editorial: respect -- 'when one flower blooms it is spring everywhere'." Journal of Clinical Nursing 14.8b (2005), 55. Full-Text in CINAHL.

Rushton, CH. "Respect in critical care: a foundational ethical principle." AACN Advanced Critical Care 18.2 (2007), 149-56. PMID: 17473543. Full-Text in Journals@Ovid Nursing Collection.

Teal, CR. and RL Street. "Critical elements of culturally competent communication in the medical encounter: a review and model." Social Science & Medicine 68.3 (2009), 533-43. PMID: 19019520Full-Text in OhioLINK EJC