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Dr. César Leal CostaE-MailWebsite
Professor, Department of Nursing, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain
Interests: Clinical nursing, Clinical simulation, Clinical psychology and psychometrics, Critical care
Background: Being hospitalized is a strange and even stressful situation for patients in a critical care or emergency unit. The care received by the patients is complex and they are isolated from their families. Therefore, all care activities are solely focused on keeping the patient alive, relegating emotional or non-technical (communication skills, empathy, etc.) aspects to the background. However, ignoring the emotional state of the patient could be detrimental to their health and recovery and thus, attempts should be made to humanize the emergency or critical care unit to make it as comfortable as possible for patients and their families
This Special Issue encompassing all areas of applications and research of humanization in emergency and critical care. The aims of this special issue are to promote excellence of care by nurses and other health professionals involved in emergency and critical care. It aims to promote through dissemination and exchange of research findings, experience and ideas of this field. The special issue publishes reviews, updates and feature articles in addition to original papers and significant preliminary communications.
Humanization, Patient-centered care, Communication, Quality of care, Family needs, Emergency care, Critical care, Clinical simulation, Innovation, Ethics, Nursing
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Improving interprofessional team simulation learning. One more step towards the humanization of health care in emergency situations
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Humanization in Emergency & Critical Care)
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