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Nurses who were patients or caregivers overwhelmingly said they felt the need to intervene in care, a new study revealed. More than 82% of nurses surveyed said they had been either a patient or a caregiver to a patient with a serious medical condition. Ninety-six percent said they felt the need to intervene based on their medical knowledge.

Nurses Note Needed Improvements in Care When They Are Patients or Caregivers