Thus, the obstetrician manager specialist influences nursing through close effective communication. Additionally, it is the obstetrician manager’s responsibility to support members with medication review to facilitate patient’s safety. Cultural factors play a key role for the effective health care service. Moreover, the obstetrician manager practice is focus on improving patient’s health by assisting them. It is worth noting that effective and positive practice depends on the intercommunion between patient, environment and manager.
The therapeutic relationship between the nurse and patient within the health care setting has been shown to benefit both parties, dissimilar to the harsh, old-fashioned ways of nurses in the past. The importance of a good relationship between nurse and patient A good relationship between the nurse and patient has been, and will continue to be, proven essential time and time again in relation to both the nursing practice and the well-being of the patient. Patients are much more likely to recover with both emotional and physical support of health care employees. When effective communication and support is provided, for the majority of cases such as diabetes control, pain control, physical and mental quality of life in cancer and in geriatric patients, their health has been shown to improve. (Lown, et al., 2011) Patients can feel relatively alone, isolated, and trapped within their illness and a nurse lending
The sorrow carves deeper. And the deeper it carves, the more joy you will also be able to contain. The sad times make the happy times even sweeter. So the bad times can help us to enjoy and appreciate the good times even more. But I have also found that when I have a pessimistic mood or low energy or no motivation or all of them then that can help me to think in new ways about things.
Introduction The aesthetic principle of nursing is respect for life, dignity, and rights of the patient. Aesthetical responsibilities of nurses in the process of working with the patient are a certain set of actions for the unconditional implementation. For example, respect for the patient and their right to self-determination, the identification of the will of anything, the promise to do no harm, to keep the word, and to cooperate with the patient. A patient is a person who needs nursing care and gets it. Patients may be of different sex, age, nationality, profession, social status, and health status.
It is not about being able to express oneself alone but being able to convey the message in an appropriate manner and being aware of the emotion behind the information being expressed. Good communication skills are key to every success in life, relationship and work. In the health sector, communication skill is a significant factor in the professional performance of every nurse. Nursing a patient requires an effective communication skills, the nursing practice utilize constant communication between the nurse, and the patient, the patient’s family, the nurses co-worker supervisors and many others (Lanette Anderson, 2012) Communication is important in our daily activities either in delegation of duties to the junior nurses, or taking orders from the physicians, it is necessary to poses competent skills of communication. It helps to promote good nurse and patient relationship.
Tschannen (2004) studied collaboration and teamwork among healthcare professionals and found that the collaborative process resulted in positive patient outcomes, including a higher level of patient well-being and less fragmentation of care. For effective collaboration between nurses and other healthcare professionals and patients as well, the nurse must possess the following skills; • Listening • Openness • Recognition and appreciation of other healthcare team
The third aspect mentioned that nurses must have communicative capabilities. The nurses serve as spokespersons for patients who are often in vulnerable positions. The nurses are easily accessible and can act as a link between the patient and other professions. According to people/superiors, nurses can use the right substantive arguments on behalf of a patient’s interests or needs. They accept that this expertise is important for patients because it is related to the quality of
In PAL, the lecture given by the peer leader who were smaller age distance and same education or experiential level. The lecture teaching method increased the peer leader to peer learner ratio which might reduce the effetiveness of PAL in higher education. The role-play had been applied in medical students when 5th year student act as a peer leader while 2nd year students act as peer learner (Glynn et al. 2006). In previous study by Iwasiw & Goldenberg (1993), the 2nd year nursing students in experimental group could interchange role between peer leader and peer learner.
In addition, some scholars state that the term 'communication ' has its origin from the Latin word 'communis ' which indicates 'common '. Indeed an establishment of 'commonness ' is originated between two poles or parties when the function of communication is carried out. It is the basis or groundwork to the human race. The following definitions will give us a clear idea what communication is: "Communication is any means by which thought is transferred from one person to
Communication can also be therapeutic which will facilitate healthy adjustment in patients. 3:1 PERSONAL CONTEXT In view of importance of communication in nursing services as a nurse , it is necessary to be sure the patient or client understand the language you are using to interact with the Proper documentation is also a type of communication needed in health industry so as to ensure coordinated patient’s care that is consistent and continuous 3:2 SOCIAL CONTEXT Socially a nurse working in an environment with different culture or language to her own should try to famillarise herself with the community culture of her place of work, or use a translator where necessary so as to ensure quality health delivery that is socially acceptable and understandable Application to the current