A French-language humanistic educational intervention aimed at strengthening nurses’ caring attitudes and behaviors was first developed in Quebec, with rehabilitation nurses, and then used in Switzerland, with hemodialysis nurses. In both projects, phenomenological interviews explored the feasibility, acceptability, and benefits of this intervention. This article presents the results of a secondary analysis of both datasets regarding its convergence and divergence. A strong thematic convergence underlined that nurses adopted a shared language with respect to caring and reinforced their humanistic clinical practices. Consequently, such intervention could prove itself useful in fostering a more humanist nursing practice within today challenging healthcare system.