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|Title:||(In)Civility: The relevance of interpersonal relationships|
|Publisher:||APE – Associação Portuguesa de Enfermeiros|
|Citation:||Gonçalves, E., Ribeiro, L., Magalhães, J., Nunes, O., Nitzsche, M., & Laneiro, T. (2017, May). (In)Civility: The relevance of interpersonal relationships. Paper presented at the 5th Global Congress for Qualitative Health Research - Qualitative Health Research: A Force for Change!, organized by APE - Associação Portuguesa de Enfermeiros, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal.|
|Abstract:||In order to know nurses’ reality, we conducted interviews with 19 participants from a Hospital in Lisbon, all starting with the same trigger question, analyzing the full text with the software Alceste. The results point to four distinct classes, representing the greatest influences felt by nurses’ in their daily work context.|
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