Culture, Age and Gender: Effects on Quality of Predicted Self and Colleague Reactions
Greipp, Mary Elizabeth
International Journal of Nursing Studies 1996 February; 33(1): 83-97
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Client Age, Gender, Behaviour: Effects on Quality of Predicted Self-Reactions and Colleague Reactions Greipp, Mary Elizabeth (1996-06)This comparative study shows biases relative to client age, gender and behaviour demonstrated by 268 female nurse subjects. A repeated measures design was utilized. All three main effects were significant (p less than 0.001) ...
Client Age, Gender, Behaviour: Effects on Quality of Predicted Self-Reactions and Colleague Reactions Greipp, Mary Elizabeth (1996-06)
Greipp, Mary Elizabeth (1995-09)For most nurses world-wide, activities are centred around working directly with patients and so the nurse-patient relationship is of the greatest importance. Ethnocentrism on the part of the health care community has led ...