Journal of Nursing

The Application and Practice of Humanistic Care in the Emergency Department

Yuehuan Fu


Objective: To study the application of humanized nursing in the emergency room, hence seek more suitable care model for emergency nursing. Methods: By reviewing the 521 patients visited to the hospital emergency department in April 2013 to May 2014, the patients were divided into control group and experimental group in accordance with the principle of voluntary and the principle of random. The control group has a total of 260 patients with normal nursing model. The experimental group has a total of 261 patients with the humanized nursing mode. Patients satisfaction degree was investigated after the nursing care. Results: The satisfaction questionnaire Results show that the satisfaction degree of experimental group patients was significantly higher than the control group patients (p < 0.05). Conclusion: Humanistic nursing can effectively improve the emergency department patients satisfaction degree, help to improve the quality of service, and has value for clinical promotion.


Humanized nursing; Emergency department; Clinical application

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