caring behaviors


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caring behaviors

actions characteristic of concern for the well-being of a patient, such as sensitivity, comforting, attentive listening, honesty, and nonjudgmental acceptance.

caring behaviors

The actions or responses of providing patient services.

Patient care

The following are the 10 highest-ranked caring behaviors, derived from nursing literature, then selected by nurses as evident in caring situations with patients: attentive listening, comforting, honesty, patience, responsibility, providing information so the patient can make an informed decision, touch, sensitivity, respect, addressing the patient by name.

See also: behavior
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In addition, both African American and Latino students were less likely than Caucasian students to note aspects of the teacher's personality and taking a personal interest in students as caring behaviors, and these differences appear to be most striking for the Latino students.
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