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The accompaniment needs of the family with a loved one in the critical care unit

Charnell Quinton, Dalena van Rooyen, Johanita Strümpher
Health SA Gesondheid | Vol 8, No 1 | a118 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/hsag.v8i1.118 | © 2003 Charnell Quinton, Dalena van Rooyen, Johanita Strümpher | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 04 November 2003 | Published: 04 November 2003

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Charnell Quinton, St George’s Hospital, South Africa
Dalena van Rooyen, University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Johanita Strümpher,, South Africa

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Nurses have unique opportunities to create environments where patient and family needs can be met.

Verpleegkundiges het ‘n unieke geleentheid om ‘n omgewing te skep waar daar aan die behoeftes van beide die pasiënte en hul gesinslede voldoen word.

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