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Unformatted text preview: Keiser University - Sarasota NUR2230C Advanced Adult Nursing Mental Health Interpersonal Process Recording (IPR) Client Name/Age: Linda Age: 76 Student Name: Natalia, SN Keiser University Brief Information about this Client: Admitted 11/07/2011 (AXIS I) MDD (AXIS II) Deferred (AXIS III) Deferred GAF 45 Student Goals For this interaction: Introduction Management of depression Setting/Time: 0830 Patients Lounge Adults Unit Bayside Nurse Communication (Verbal &amp; Non Verbal) Client Communication (Verbal &amp; Non Verbal) Nurses Thoughts &amp; Feelings Related to the Interaction Analysis of the Interaction (Effectiveness, Technique, Name &amp; Rationale) Response from Client 1. Hello, my name is Natalia. I am a nursing student with Keiser University and I am here today to learn more about you. Open- ended: What brought you here to Bayside, Linda? (Smiling, friendly, offering self.) Depression. Ive had a lot of stress lately. (Patient appears relaxed, somewhat slouched. She sounds tired but maintains a direct eye contact.) I introduced myself and asked a question about the book she was reading, to break the ice. But there wasnt much ice to break. Patient welcomed me to sit and she expressed a desire to converse. I would like to find out more about her stress by restating what she said will provide more information. Empathetic/Ope n-ended : Thats probably slowed you down a bit. How did you manage your stress? I took care of my sick husband. He is in the wheelchair. I really want to get back home as soon as I feel better. 2. It must have been stressful to take care of your Yes, I have been taking care of my sick mother 20 years ago. Thats when it She is opening up to me. I will continue to explore her thoughts and probe a Tell me what you mean when you say thats Oh, I meant my depression, and feelings of emptiness became Nurse Communication (Verbal &amp; Non Verbal) Client Communication (Verbal &amp; Non Verbal) Nurses Thoughts &amp; Feelings Related to the Interaction Analysis of the Interaction (Effectiveness, Technique, Name &amp; Rationale) Response from Client sick husband. sick husband....
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course NA 123 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.
- Spring '10