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Synonyms for compassionate

Synonyms for compassionate

concerned with human welfare and the alleviation of suffering

to experience or express compassion

Synonyms for compassionate

showing or having compassion

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BOP takes an average of 141 days to approve compassionate release applications and nearly 200 days for denials.
Also, patients accessing the compassionate use programme will be offered continued treatment with Arzerra for as long as they benefit from it, free of charge.
Another witness, Ekman, testified that the Compassionate Allowance program appears to be succeeding at improving the claim process for eligible workers.
Irrespective of the type of university, the element of compassionate care is a necessity for all medical graduates and undergraduates to enable them to provide high-quality care.
We expected a difference in attributions between these conditions and intended to exploit this to investigate whether any association between empathy or personal distress and compassionate emotions was independent of the attribution of responsibility.
We will become loving persons, one in love in the diversity of the gifts we bring in building our caring and compassionate society.
Although literature in this area is still limited, there are positive signals arising from the academic setting, where initiatives are being taken for the introduction and implementation of compassionate care courses such as that on Crete, (5) although this course addresses only medical students and it does not satisfy the issue of interdisciplinarity.
They measured compassionate love, altruism, empathy, and forgiveness as outcome variables.
It may be necessary that the grounds for granting compassionate bail require review.
The Compassionate Warrior: Abd el-Kader of Algeria" by award-winning children's author Elsa Marston is the 184 page biography of a 19th Century leader, an Arab hero who led the fight in Algeria against opposing French forces.
A SOCIAL worker has been struck off for fraudulently claiming paid compassionate leave after falsely reporting that six relatives had died.
Excellence in Compassionate Nursing Care: Leading the Change
Understandably so, but to the unavoidable detriment of compassionate conservatism and the Faith-Based Office.
In this manual for nurse leaders, Chambers (community public health nursing, Oxford Brookes University) and Ryder, a consultant in the private sector, synthesize recent work and ideas in nursing, management, and leadership to offer insight on creating a compassionate culture in nursing practice and counteracting the disillusionment and powerlessness many nurses feel when they are not valued.
Being a compassionate fellow I shared my food with him.