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Interpersonal Communication in Nursing

An Interactionist Approach

by Paul Fritz

  • 5 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Appleton & Lange .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication in nursing,
  • Nursing,
  • Interpersonal communication,
  • Nursing (Specific Aspects),
  • Communication,
  • Interpersonal relations,
  • Nursing texts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8222869M
    ISBN 10083854312X
    ISBN 109780838543122

    A theoretically unified and pragmatically rich introduction to the concepts, principles, and skills of interpersonal communication in a multicultural society. This text shows how interpersonal communication theory and skills pertain to students' daily encounters with others/5.   The importance of good communication and interpersonal skills has been recognised in the new NMC Standards for pre-registration nursing education (). The new edition of this well-received book has been revised to cover the new Standards and is /5(5).

      Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this : Amanda Parker.   Introduction. Interpersonal relationship in nursing care can be defined, based on a theory 1, as the interaction between two or more people who communicate, transfer values and energy from their roles in interaction is continuing, ranging from a low to high effectiveness ratio in nursing Author: José Wicto Pereira Borges, Thereza Maria Magalhães Moreira, Dalton Franscisco de Andrade.

      This book offers nursing students and professionals a unique opportunity to explore both interpersonal communication and psychology in the context of health care delivery. It is an ideal text for communication training on nursing courses from diploma to degree : Chapter 1 Responsible, assertive, caring communication in nursing Objectives 1. Identify the functions of interpersonal communication in nursing 2. Distinguish between assertive, nonassertive, and aggressive communication 3. Identify a three-step process to build assertiveness skills 4. Identify assertive rights 5. Identify irrational beliefs that impede assertive communication 6.


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I came away from reading this book with new concepts and understanding that will. The quality of communication in interactions between nurses and patients has a major influence on patient outcomes.

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discussed throughout the book. Communication and Interpersonal Skills uses activities, scenarios and case studies to support learning and to enable students to apply theory in their practice. It is ideal for students on nursing and health and social care courses who want to use theirFile Size: 2MB.

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Effective clinical practice must not focus only on technological system issues, but also on the human factor. As shown in this chapter,good communication encourages collaboration and helps prevent errors.

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The Theory of Interpersonal Relations is a middle-range descriptive classification theory. It was influenced by Henry Stack Sullivan, Percival Symonds, Abraham Maslow, and Neal Elger Miller.

Use of effective interpersonal communication strategies by nurses may reduce stress, promote wellness, and therefore, improve overall quality of life. Use of effective interpersonal communication strategies by nurses in both personal and professional settings, may reduce stress, promote wellness, and therefore, improve overall quality of life.

He qualified as a mental health nurse in the mids and went on to study psychology, social science and psychotherapy. He is widely published in the fields of ethnography, autoethnography, narrative inquiry, clinical supervision, cognitive behavioural psychotherapy, and communication and interpersonal skills.4/5(1).

About the Book Good communication is fundamental to effective nursing, and the teaching of interpersonal skills is now an established part of all nursing courses, at both pre-and post-registration level.

The book meets the student's needs, and is specifically tailored to nurses. The new edition of this well regarded book introduces the underpinning theory and concepts required for the development of first class communication and interpersonal skills in nursing.

By providing a simple to read overview of the central topics, students are able to quickly gain a solid, evidence-based grounding in the subject.5/5(9).

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Good communication is fundamental to effective nursing, and the teaching of interpersonal skills is now an established part of all nursing courses, at both pre-and post-registration level. The book meets the student's needs, and is specifically tailored to nurses.5/5(2).

The new edition of this well regarded book introduces the underpinning theory and concepts required for the development of first class communication and interpersonal skills in nursing. By providing a simple to read overview of the central topics, students are able to quickly gain a.

Interpersonal communication is a soft skill that encompasses how well an individual communicates with others. This skill set, also referred to as “people skills” or “social skills,” is one of the most important for success in the workplace.

Communication can take place both verbally and nonverbally, either in person or through digital.Genre/Form: Nurses Instruction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Duldt, Bonnie Weaver.

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