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Authors

  1. Davis, Barbara A. PhD, RN
  2. Bush, Helen A. PhD, RN

Abstract

Patient satisfaction with nursing care in the emergency department (ED) was measured in 616 patients in California and Kentucky in the United States, Slovenia, and rural and urban Victoria in Australia. Patients were almost equally divided between men and women, primarily white, with a mean age of 44. They responded to the caring and teaching subscales of the Consumer Emergency Care Satisfaction Scale (CECSS). While scores indicated no differences in caring, the US and Slovenian groups reported greater satisfaction with teaching than did the Australian group. The subscale alpha coefficients were .87 for the caring subscale and .92 for the teaching subscale.