COJ Nursing & Healthcare

Nurses and their Caring Behaviours: A Study Summary of the International Caring Behavior Index for Nurses Deduced from Different Voices

  • Open or Close Nio Noveno*

    St Paul University Manila, California

    *Corresponding author: Nio Noveno, St Paul University Manila, Chula Vista, San Diego, California, 91911 Tel: +1 619 874 4920; Email: nionoveno@gmail.com

Submission: August 25, 2017; Published: March 13, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/COJNH.2018.01.000522

ISSN: 2577-2007
Volume1 Issue5


Caring has been the cornerstone of nursing since the time of its conception. It has been the legacy that each nurse has been instilled to all those they have interactions with. Many nursing experts have looked into caring as a science of nursing. It has been well studied by many nursing experts. All of these prove that nurses’ best asset is to make others feel that they are ‘cared for’. However, very few have stated that behaviors that nurses possess [1].

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