LESSON PLANBASELINE INFORMATIONName of Student Teacher : MR. Dinesh SharmaGroup : M.Sc. Nursing PreviousSubject : Psychiatric Nursing Topic : Therapeutic Nurse Patient RelationshipPlace : classroom, Govt. College of NursingDate& Time : Duration : 45 min.Method of Teaching: Lecture cum DiscussionTeaching Aids : Chalk Board, OHP, and Transparency.Previous Knowledge : Students have knowledge regarding therapeutic nurse-patient relationship and its stages.General Objective :-At the end of the teaching, student will be able to enhance their knowledge about Therapeutic Nurse Patient Relationship, and apply this knowledge in their practices.Specific objectives:-At the end of the teaching Students will be able to:-To define therapeutic nurse-patient relationship and Interpersonal Relationship.To describe phases of nurse-patient relationship according to Peplau.To discuss goals of nurse patient relationship.To highlights components of nurse patient relationship.To discuss the stages of nurse patient relationship.
S.N.TIMESPECIFICOBJECTIVESCONTENTSTeaching Learning activityEVALUATION1.2.1min2minINTRODUCTION:-Peplau's theory focuses on theinterpersonalprocessesandtherapeutic relationship that developsbetween the nurse and client. Nursingis an interpersonal process. Nursing isa human relationship between theone’s who has been educated torespond to the needs. For having betterinterpersonal relationship we need selfunderstanding.Interpersonalrelationships take place in a greatvariety of contexts, such as family,friends, marriage, acquaintances,SELF INTRODUCTION: -Good afternoon to all of you. I am Mr. Dinesh Sharma, M.Sc. Nursing 1styrstudent. Today I willbe discussing about TherapeuticNurse PatientRelationship, in front of you. It is also called Nurse Patient Relationship.
work, clubs, neighborhoods, andchurches. "S.N.TIMESPECIFICOBJECTIVESCONTENTSTeachingLearningactivityEVALUATION3.5minTo define therapeutic nurse-patient relationship and interpersonal relationship.DEFINITION:-Therapeutic nurse-patient relationshipis a mutual learning experience and a corrective emotional experience for the patient. It is based on the underlying humanity of nurse and patient, with mutual respect and acceptance of ethno cultural differences.An interpersonal relationshipis anassociation between two or more people thatmay range from fleeting to enduring. Thisassociation may be based on, love and liking,regular business interactions, or some othertype of social commitment.So on the basis of above definitions we cansay that “An interpersonal relationship is arelatively long-term association between twoor more people. This association may bebased on emotions like love and liking,regular business interactions, or some othertype of social commitment.” Student teacherdefinesandexplains the termofTherapeuticnurse-patientrelationship andinterpersonalrelationship.