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Journal of Christian Nursing:
doi: 10.1097/CNJ.0b013e3182a1fc60
Feature: education

Develop Student Compassion Through Service-Learning

Brown, Esther

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ABSTRACT: Compassion is the ability to be sympathetic along with the desire to remedy distress and offer help. The art and science of nursing speaks to the need of having compassion toward those nurses serve, especially when different from the nurse. This article examines the concept of service-learning as a teaching strategy and way of developing compassion in today's nursing students.

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