“Staff perspective on patient centered care”

Amy, a Charge Nurse/Team Lead, talks about the importance of the patient voice and patient centered care to frontline staff.

Developing care processes that put the patient at the center and bring the team around them can empower and engage patients. It can also decrease their stress and anxiety, in times when they’re feeling particularly vulnerable or without control.

Location: Queensland, Australia

ACU started: 2017

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