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Felicity Stockwell uses our first webcast to call for better care for patients - and for nurses. Interview by Adele Waters.
Forty years ago Ms Stockwell researched the nurse-patient relationship in her seminal study 'The Unpopular Patient'. Today, having witnessed a steady stream of reports about poor nursing standards, she says her research is as relevant as ever. In this interview, the celebrated nurse author talks about the importance of maternal-infant bonding and how to apply this knowledge of human social behaviour to reduce patient anxiety.
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