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The influence of standardized languages on nurses’ autonomy

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mrayyan m. t.(2005) Journal of Nursing Management13, 238–241

The influence of standardized languages on nurses’ autonomy Aim 

To investigate the influence of standardized languages on nurses’ autonomy. Background 

The uses of standardized languages are expanding. These languages unify communication across health care settings. Autonomy is a favourable concept for nurses. The use of standardized languages may hinder nurses’ autonomy; however, these languages may also promote nurses’ autonomy. Evaluation 

Review of the literature. Key issues 

The key issue discussed in this paper is whether the use of standardized languages affects nurses’ autonomy. Conclusions 

Nurses should use standardized languages in every day practices as it reflects a mastery over their own work. Having control over practice is an important attribute of nurses’ autonomy.
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Keywords: autonomy; nurse; standardized languages

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2005

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