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Tell the Truth
Sit at eye level while talking with pts
Maintain eye contact and really listen Therapeutic Therapeutic Communication Skills Use Silence When Appropriate
Utilize Therapeutic Touch
Avoid Stereotypes each patient is different
Stay on one subject at a time Be aware of your own body language
Be professional in appearance, dress and demeanor
It’s ok to laugh/cry with your patients Interviewing Patients
Interviewing Patients Purpose of Patient Interviews Excellent time to build a rapport Introduce self including title (SN) and explain the purpose of the interview “this will be confidential” Interviewing Techniques
Interviewing Techniques Openended questions
Directing question The Nurse as Teacher
The Nurse as Teacher Purpose and Benefits of Purpose and Benefits of Patient Teaching Patient Education is Essential in Maintaining and Improving Health! Nurses as Teachers: Promote Wellness Disease Prevention/Early Detection Restore Health Facilitate Coping with illness/diseases Nursing Diagnosis: Knowledge Deficit What is the Teaching
What is the Teaching
Learning Process? Teaching is the process of using different methods to help someone learn.
A Nurse must possess excellent communication skills to be a successful “Facilitator of Knowledge”. The teaching learning process models the nursing process. Provides pt teaching and measures pt learning. What is Learning? What is Learning? How is it done?
Definition: The Domains of Learning
Learning is done in 3 Domains: Cognitive Affective Psychomotor Factors Influencing
Patient TeachingLearning Patient Characteristics
Support Network (or lack thereof)
Cultural Influences Factors that Promote Patient Factors that Promote Patient TeachingLearning Motivation
Using simple words (basics)
Environment Common Barriers to Common Ba...
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This document was uploaded on 03/20/2014 for the course NURS 3301 at Clayton.
- Spring '14