Slow Nursing and Its Holistic Place in Dementia Care: A Secondary Analysis of Qualitative Data From Nurses Working in Nursing Homes
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Original versionLillekroken DL. Slow Nursing and Its Holistic Place in Dementia Care: A Secondary Analysis of Qualitative Data From Nurses Working in Nursing Homes. Holistic Nursing Practice. 2020;34(1):40-48 https://dx.doi.org/10.1097/HNP.0000000000000361
Despite a growing body of research literature within dementia care, research concerning how to provide holistic quality care and its benefit for people with dementia is still scarce. In this study, a secondary analysis of original qualitative data from a former study was employed. Findings demonstrated that slow nursing embodies a holistic caring approach, which may improve the care quality provided to people with dementia. The current findings also provide key knowledge that may contribute to nursing research and education.