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Nursing Communication: Nursing The Patient With Great Care

December 31, 2010 by  
Filed under CNA Training

Ineffective communication occurred in a hospital nursing to illustrate the following example: A patient complained that nobody had been up all night to check on her. Patient Relations Rep went to find out it was true. He noted that the nurse of the patient was really a four-time, doing things, or the time of the patient. Four times! A nurse was there physically and I felt concern, but the person was a patient does not feel he had the quality of the connection or the nurse caring.

Nurses who care. Issued. However, in today’s pressure work environment, a priority endless multi-tasking and multiple risk not meeting their treatment effectively to patients and families they serve. Access to the management task may be gone, because the stress of endless lists of tasks and intensive workloads. It is an anxiety-provoking for patients and nurses and the organization of drainage.

It’s clear that spend more time with patients is not the answer. The fact is that, unless the barriers are removed and the staff and improve the process, there is no time for the nursing community. The argument that nurses should spend more time – time that can not – it’s maddening and race strategies for the development of resistance. Therefore, it is useful to point out is the amount of time nurses spend, but the quality of time that patients and families. The challenge is to ensure that their treatment must be for all people who serve during the precious time they spend with them.

So how can managers ensure that their transmission seems to patients and families during the precious time they spend with them?

If I could go up one communication skills in nursing, which would create innovations in patient experience and satisfaction, would have knowledge of the “presence.”This skill is taught how to control your attention to the person on the receiving end feels like the center of the universe in the moments you have with them. Payoff: patients feel your attention and care, in contact with them, and your work should be meaningful. When training here, the patient feels important – they are your only goal. They also seem to focus on your soul. This helps them to feel less well supported and I’m really anxious to heal faster. Also, when you are fully present, do not lose valuable clues about a person’s thoughts and feelings – tips that will help meet the needs of people very well.

The presence of skills pivot does not take more of your time. It allows each precious moment of your patient care is loud and clear.