Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Nurses by Shirley Bach; Alec Grant

By Shirley Bach; Alec Grant

A vital source for nursing scholars on communique and interpersonal abilities, reflecting the NMC Proficiencies, NOS and talents for future health knowledge and QAA descriptors.

content material: hide; name; Copyright; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; concerning the authors; advent; 1 Nursing, being concerned and interpersonal conversation; 2 Key thoughts; three Evidence-based ideas; four secure and potent perform; five realizing power obstacles; 6 the training and academic context; 7 The environmental context; eight inhabitants and variety contexts; thesaurus; References; Index.

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In simple terms, this means that major theoretical and empirical developments, are being incorporated into cognitive behavioural approaches. One such empirical development, having theoretical roots in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and clear relevance for nursing practices is the concept of ‘transference’. THEORY SUMMARY Transference Psychotherapy theories have long suggested that the mental representations an individual holds about significant others may either facilitate or impede an individual’s progress towards recovery.

The community psychiatric nurse sees the main purpose of his visits as simply to listen to his client, and to demonstrate empathy, and that he has fully understood and takes his client’s concerns seriously. Skills in nursing and skills in counselling and psychotherapy A distinction should be made at this point between good CIPS within nursing practice and their use in the two other disciplines of counselling and psychotherapy. QXD In counselling and psychotherapy, the therapeutic relationship radiates throughout the interactions between counsellor/therapist and client.

However, the above bases for healthy relationships depend in turn upon healthy and health-promoting work settings. These provide the organisational basis for good CIPS, a discussion of which will bring this chapter to a close. The NMC Standards of Proficiency (2004a) require nurses to be able to engage in problem solving, critical thinking and reflection around safe and effective CIPS within the complex and varied care environments that characterise health provision in the twenty-first century.

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