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Since then, we have made it our mission to ensure that compassionate care becomes an essential element in the delivery of care and a priority in every organization dedicated to healing," said Julie Rosen, Executive Director of the Schwartz Center.
They measured compassionate love, altruism, empathy, and forgiveness as outcome variables.
It may be necessary that the grounds for granting compassionate bail require review.
A few days later, she reported her father had died, and a week's compassionate leave was authorised.
The subject of this book Excellence in compassionate nursing care is a central premise of the current Vision for Nursing, Developing the Culture of Compassionate Care Creating a New Vision for Nurses, Midwives and Care-Givers which has been the subject of recent consultation.
Compassionate conservatism came to be seen as a code word for unencumbered federal spending and lost much of its support on the right.
A truly compassionate society would not relinquish compassion to a soulless entity.
But there is mounting speculation that al-Megrahi, who is serving a life term with a minimum of 27 years, could be released on compassionate grounds as early as next week, in time for the start of Ramadan.
But there was mounting speculation that Megrahi, who is serving a life term with a minimum of 27 years, could be released on compassionate grounds as early as next week, in time for the start of Ramadan.
THE mother of an American woman killed in the Lockerbie bombing reacted angrily today to reports that the man convicted of the atrocity may be released on compassionate grounds.
CANCER-STRICKEN Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi is fighting to return to Libya on compassionate grounds.
The decision on whether or not to grant an employee compassionate leave is a major test of a manager's skill, both at "reading" situations and "reading" people.