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Supervisor Head nurse Staff nurse Nurses have become more directly involved with patient care in their daily relationship .
The nurse interacts with patients need some elements The nurse listens well and utilizes techniques that provide an opportunity for the points to express feelings The nurse giving support to achieve a goal .
referal • .give medication .The functions associated with the nurse‟s roles are: a) Communications are among all level of personal: 1. . etc.H. between nurses – patients – staff 2. the nurse – physician relationship. b) Carried out orders c) Administered: physical care: . E.
Acceptance 3. Closeness 5.Mother 1. Tenderness 6. Warmth 4. Mothering approaches convey 2. Teacher It is said that every nurse is a teacher 1. Teach the patient how and when to take a medication 2. Protection A. GU – RU = digugu dan ditiru . B. nurses teeach the patient how to play games 3. In mental health.
Administering various types of medications and treatments The performance of these procedures requires attention to ACCURACY. Socializing agent The active socializing function Exp: nurse who sits beside the uncommunicative patient D. Serving food or other nutrients 3. ECONOMY EFFORT. Giving a bed-bath 2. Technician 1.C. and SAFETY to the patients .
Listening to the patient is important.E. The nurse as an councelor must be adept in recognizing and interpreting verbal as well as non-verbal communication 2. Councelor 1. but the quality of listening is more important . Therapeutic counseling is depend upon the nurse‟s ability to discover elements of disturbance in the patient‟s relationship with others and to respond with approaches which do not threaten the individual 3.
Managing requires an ability to: * survey needs * organize * record * plan for and evaluate patient‟s care. etc. Manager 1. Concern with the care of the ward as well as the patient‟s personal property (belonging). Attention may be given to: * housekeeping * appearance of the physical environment * preparation of food * care of patient‟s clothing and personal possession 2. .F.
Recognized techniques: The nurse‟s show of acceptance Interest Understanding Confidentiality Those above are very fundamental to the establishment of a therapeutic relationship . it is essential that the nurse have an understanding of communication theories and the use of recognized techniques. 2. 3. • In a therapeutic nurse – patient relationship. 4.• • 1.
In mental health: Questions should be used carefully Deep probing should be avoided Avoid why and how it is forbidden caused provokes hostility and a barrier to communication .
3.• 1. 2. What for? To achieve the goals of establishing To develop trust To encourage the patient to verbalize about his/her problems in living .
: my name is… . “I‟m following what you say”. 3. Some specific techniques: Giving information (s.) Offering of self (s. nodding. etc. 4.a.a.) Giving recognition (s.• 1. “let me help you”. : “good morning Mrs.a. newspaper can be ordered from the gift shop. J”.) Showing acceptance (s. etc.a. 2.) . : “yes”. your bed is… . etc. “I will stay with you”. : “I‟m intersted in visiting with you”. “uh-huh”. “I‟ve noticed you manicured your nails”. etc.
: “what would you like to talk about?”.a. “where would you like to start?”. etc. : “what does the voice seem to be saying?”. “so…”.a.) 8. “I notice you biting your nails”. : “tell me about that”.) 6. General leads (s. etc.a. etc.) 7. “tell me when you begin to feel nervous”. “what are you thinking about?”. “and then?”. : “you look sad”. Broad openings (s.a. Encouraging description of perceptions (s. Making observation (s.) . etc.5.
Exploring (s. “what led you come to the hospital?”. Restating pt: “I am awake most of the nights” n: “you have trouble sleeping” 12.) 10.a. : “who are „they‟?”. Reflecting pt: “I relied on the wrong person” n: “the wrong person?” pt: “my mother treats me like I was a kid” n: “that makes you feel angry” 11. . etc. etc. “what does that have to do with it?”. : “tell me more about that”.Seeking clarification (s.a.) 9.
Verbalizing the implied pt: “no one ever visits. Stating reality pt: “I could be home taking care of myself” n: “perhaps later. when you‟re better” 15.13. My children don‟t even bother to come” n: “you think nobody cares” 14. Silence .
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