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Can compassionate healthcare be measured? The Schwartz Center Compassionate Care Scale™

Beth A. Lown, Steven J. Muncer, Raymond Chadwick Patient Education and Counseling 11 August 2015 Evidence

This article describes the psychometrics of an instrument that measures providers’ compassion and shows that patient ratings of compassionate healthcare are valid and reliable, arguing that such ratings could inform assessment and quality improvement.

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