Peplau's Theory Of Interpersonal Relationships In Nursing And Patient Relations

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Trust is essential element in nurse-patient relationship and it has direct relationship to improve patient wellness. Nurse-patient trust relationship it can be established in long time or in short time it depend on meet the needs of the client, not the needs of the nurse and how the nurse responsible for establishing and maintaining boundaries with pateint. Elaborate During orientation to the Rashid Center for Diabetes and Research (Ajman) I note that the client is entering the room of doctor, educator with happy face and no singe of stress. Also I notes that all the staff nurse in the center they know everything about the patient for example, their background , disease process, even if the patient miss or did not came to his appointment they know which mean nurse they follow up their patient. I think the most important in this relation is trust, which is essential to nursing practice."A clear understanding of trust and values of trust is important to both health care and lifelong learning" (Risley, 2013). according to Peplau’s theory of interpersonal relation in nursing there are four phases of the nurse-patient relationship (Orientation Phase, Identification Phase, Exploitation Phase, Resolution Phase), she identify that the trust starts on the first phase(Orientation Phase) (Peplau’s,2008). The researches Trojan and Yonge in 1993 they develop g theory study (Strauss and Corbin
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