Protocol for a systematic review of the effects of care rationing on nurse related outcomes

Renate Stemmer, Gabriele Meyer, Catherine Paterson, Fathimath Shifaza, Kasia Bail

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Abstract

Aim: To determine evidence for the effects of care rationing on nurse related outcomes.
Objective: We will conduct a systematic review to 1) Identify studies which connect care rationing with nurse related outcomes in acute-and institutional long-term nursing care settings 2) Determine evidence for the impact of care rationing on nurse related outcomes in acute and institutional long-term care settings. This encompasses the outcomes for different qualification groups of the nursing workforce.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRANCARE
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2020

Keywords

  • systematic review
  • care rationing
  • acute care settings
  • long-term care settings
  • nurse related outcomes
  • missed nursing care

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