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A service evaluation of stoma care nurses' practice

, : A service evaluation of stoma care nurses' practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing 4(4): 235-242

Stoma care nurses aim to meet the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of patients. Development of stoma care nursing services has varied, as it has been the responsibility of each nurse, resulting in differences in the mode of delivery. This qualitative and quantitative study involved stoma care nurses from six areas in Essex, to assess patient perception of the service they received. Overall, the satisfaction level was high despite differences in delivery of care especially timing and frequency of visits at home.


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