Comportment: a caring attribute in the formation of an intentional practice - MacEwan Users Only

Roach, S., & Maykut, C. (2010). Comportment: a caring attribute in the formation of an intentional practice.
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TitleComportment: a caring attribute in the formation of an intentional practice
Author(s)Roach, Simone; Maykut, Colleen
Date2010
DescriptionThe attribute of comportment is intended to convey the nurse's belief that dress and language reflect the professional's respect for the patient, family, and colleagues. Comportment, as a caring attribute, has the potential to offer an opportunity to concurrently visually represent the intentionality of a nursing practice and demonstrate professionalism. adherence to professional dress and address demonstrates respect for the dignity of a person as a human being. registered nurses must demonstrate commitment to their caring practice by recognizing the need of the other as more important than their own need for self-expression.
Peer ReviewedYes
Type of ItemJournal Articles
Publication InformationRoach, M. S., & Maykut, C. A. (2010). Comportment: A caring attribute in the formation of an intentional practice. International Journal for Human Caring, 14 (4), 22-26.
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LanguageEnglish
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