The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) sponsored the Consensus Conference on Fostering More Human Care Creating a Healing Environment in October 1990 at Snowbird, Utah. The purpose of this conference was to address the challenges of providing sensitive, humane critical care in an increasingly technological and cost-conscious environment. The long-term objective was to develop this document (initially published by SCCM in 1992) as a resource for critical care professionals who are seeking methods by which to foster more humane care of their acutely ill patients.
Results of the Consensus Conference on Fostering More Humane Critical. Care: Creating a Healing Environment
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Maurene A. Harvey, Nicholas P. Ninos, Diane C. Adler, Sandra K. Goodnough-Hanneman, William E. Kaye, Diana L. Nikas; Results of the Consensus Conference on Fostering More Humane Critical. Care: Creating a Healing Environment. AACN Adv Crit Care 1 August 1993; 4 (3): 484–507. doi: https://doi.org/10.4037/15597768-1993-3004
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