What Is Empowerment in Nursing?

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Empowerment in nursing can mean either arising from the environment or developing from one's psychological state. Empowerment can either be structural or psychological. Empowerment as viewed by many nurses is required so as to elevate their lack of power to influence their working conditions and to access workplace structures to garner structural empowerment.Empowerment can mean the process of providing the proper tools, resources and environment to build and increase the ability and effectiveness of others so as to set and reach goals for an individual and for social ends.
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