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A concept analysis: the grieving process for nurses.

Nurs Forum. 2005 Oct-Dec;40(4):123-8.
A concept analysis: the grieving process for nurses.
‘Brunelli T.
Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA.’

The concept of the grieving process has been explored extensively in families losing a loved one or in a patient grieving over a terminal diagnosis. The patients and families live through this experience one time. What about the nurse who lives it several times a week by caring for these patients and families? How does a nurse grieve? Little publication and research have been done surrounding the grieving process for nurses. This is a concept analysis that clarifies the grieving process for nurses. Clarifying this process will enable further development of nursing research and education, ultimately benefiting nursing practice and retention.
MeSH Terms: Adaptation, Psychological – Attitude of Health Personnel* – Attitude to Death – Burnout, Professional/prevention & control – Burnout, Professional/psychology* – Grief* – Humans – Mental Health – Models, Nursing – Models, Psychological* – Nurse

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