Dr. AbdelbasitAyoub had a PhD in Nursing. He graduated from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. He had 5 publications in international peer reviewed journals. His areas of interest are quality of life of patients with chronic illnesses. Furthermore, he is interested in developing leaders in different fields at different levels. He is a certified coach from the I-Coach Academy in London. Currently he is working as a Leadership Training Advisor at the Leadership center in Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco). Dr. Abdelbasit have recently completed his Master Degree in Human Resource Management from Newcastle University in Sydney Australia.
This presentation will explore the reasons for not providing compassionate nursing care. It will highlight several reasons including busyness, shortage of manpower, too much demands, etc. It will discuss the positive and the negative impact on the patients and the nursing staff. This presentation will explore the benefits of providing compassionate nursing care to the nurses and patents. Finally, this presentation will offer few tools that can be used by any nurse at any time to help them create a positive personal rewarding experiences to patents and to themselves.
This presentation will provide research based supporting evidences to highlight the positive impact of providing compassionate nurses care on nurses and patients.
Evidences presented in this presentation can be found in the book, “TIME TO CARE - How to love your patients and your job” by Robin Youngson.
Audience take away:
- Compassionate whole-person care achieves better outcomes, more satisfied patients, and is safer.
- It provides practical solutions to all nursing challenges. It saves time, reduces demand, and costs less.
- It gives back meaning, joy and purpose to health professionals and protects against burnout.
- Compassionate whole-person care accelerates healing and reduces healthcare expenditures.