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Instruments for study of nurse-patient interaction

Janice Clack Manaser

Instruments for study of nurse-patient interaction

by Janice Clack Manaser

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

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  • Psychiatric nursing -- Outlines, syllabi, etc

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 221-224.

    Statement[by] Janice Clack Manaser [and] Anita Marie Werner.
    ContributionsWerner, Anita Marie, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC440 .M23 1964
    The Physical Object
    Pagination224 p.
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5912206M
    LC Control Number64014032
    OCLC/WorldCa2387352

      This study was conducted to explore the influential components affecting the Caring Nurse-Patient Interaction (CNPI) in the Philippine setting. It specifically determined the extent by which the nurses apply the CNPI behaviours in clinical practice and identified the influential dimensions that characterize the CNPI. This triangulated component mixed method research design used the Nurse. In this study, the interactions between nurses and patients in an acute oncology unit were examined in order to develop a method and instrument for the description of nurse-patient touch. Videotaped interactions with eight cancer patients and the nurses that cared for them and open-ended interviews with 14 participants were the major source of.

    Nurse-patient interaction has a direct effect on patient satisfaction and is essential to the provision of nursing care. Using the Avant and Walker method of concept analysis, the author explores what shapes nurse-patient interaction; the defining attributes, antecedents, consequences and empirical referents.   The interaction between patients and nurse is fundamental in their experience of receiving or delivering care[1–5].Communication skills in interaction are firmly established as requisite to developing the patient-nurse relationship with therapeutic qualities[3, 5, 6].The establishment of a therapeutic patient-nurse relationship is argued to be fundamental to quality of care in all health.

    Chapter 3. Designing a Qualitative Study 45 they espouse for doing a qualitative study. As compared to a similar table I designed almost 10 years ago in the first edition of this book (drawing on other authors), qualitative research today involves closer attention to the interpretive nature of inquiry and situating the study within the political.   Nurse–patient interaction and decision‐making in care: patient involvement in community nursing. Lynda Millard BN MPhil RGN. This observation study of the extent to which community nurses involved patients in decision‐making in nursing care offers some useful insights into one aspect of nursing work. The implications of the study are.


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Instruments for study of nurse-patient interaction. nurse–patient interaction, review the literature on nurse–patient interaction, and discuss areas for dimensions in nurse–patient interactions. In their ethnographic study of social judgement and the social processes of care as experienced by nurses and patients in a medical hospital setting, Johnson and Webb () found that nurses.

Nurse patient interaction is all about effectively delivering health information and letting patients develop independence in self-care. It takes several variables in order to zero out factors that affect nurse-patient ication usually happens within interventions and tasks, these variables in providers and patient may include but are not limited to some environmental and.

The two coders independently rated interaction behaviors on each of four 3-minute video-recorded observation sessions of nurse-patient interaction (morning and afternoon) with each nurse-patient dyad.

Observations were initiated when the nurse entered the room and the researchers followed (Happ et al., ). Patients were aware of the video Cited by: NURSE-CLIENT INTERACTION has enjoyed success over the past five editions because of its complete coverage of both the theory and practice of nurse-client interaction, framed within the nursing process.

The sixth edition builds upon this standard by adding more graphic elements, boxes, and bulleted material more accessible for students. The six-step process, with the new "Outcome Identification. Case study Susan R. is a year-old woman coming into the outpatient surgery center for in his seminal book published inself that can be shared during nurse–patient interactions that demonstrate true concern for the patient.

Genuineness is a welcome part of working in health care. The development of appropriate instruments for the study of Peplau's theory is one building block. The concept of the nurse-client relationship forms an integral component of.

The purpose of this review is to describe the use and definitions of the concepts of nurse-patient interaction and nurse-patient communication in nursing literature.

Furthermore, empirical findings of nurse-patient communication research will be presented, and applied theories will be shown. An integrative literature search was executed. The total number of relevant citations found was Intelligence and hard work are no longer enough to succeed. In addition to these traits, you’ll need inter-personal skills, empathy, compassion, and character to stand out from the crowd.

There’s always a handful of excellent, book-smart students who are utterly shocked, and inept the second they’re put in front of a patient. Nurse-Patient Interaction: Not Just Touchy‑Feely. By Keith Carlson via Multibriefs. In nursing education, the quality of the nurse-patient relationship is stressed as an important aspect of care.

While clinical nursing is indeed often largely task-based, the nurse-patient relationship can be critical to quality of care, patient satisfaction. Clinician dominance is consistent with prior studies of communication in the ICU as well as studies of patient–provider communication in other settings, 35, 36, 42 The first 3 min of the nurse–patient interaction, used here for consistency of measurement, may be more task-oriented, and therefore nurse controlled, than subsequent.

Nurse-patient interaction and communication: A systematic literature review Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Public Health 17(5) October with 9, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Data were transcribed verbatim and thematically analysed. Factors that influenced effective nurse-patient communication were found in the characteristics of the patient, the nurse and the environment.

It is one of the branches of the Common Foundation Programme which all student nurses have to study. This practical book aims to put communication into context for health professionals. It is illustrated with case studies to demonstrate various strategies for communication (interaction) and the main skills required to communicate : Ann Faulkner.

The goal of this study was to develop a scale that measures nurse–patient interactions based on Watson,Watson, ) caring theory and to evaluate this scale's psychometric properties.

We retained a caring worldview for our work here because it encompasses the humanistic, relational and clinical dimensions of nursing practice.

Background: Communication is a multi-dimensional, multi-factorial phenomenon and a dy­na­mic, complex process, closely related to the environment in a hospital or related places.

Nurses in the hospital need to enhance their skill in communication to improve patient satisfac­t­ion. This study conducted a systematic review to describe the communication bar­rier bet­ween nurse and patient.

Author(s): Manaser,Janice Clack; Werner,Anita Marie Title(s): Instruments for study of nurse-patient interaction[by] Janice Clack Manaser [and] Anita Marie Werner. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Macmillan [c] Description: p.

ill. Language: English MeSH: Education, Nursing*; Nurse-Patient Relations. Researchers, in this case, is very aware of the limitations of this study is caused by several factors, one of them is the study design. Limitations in quantitative research are especially measuring devices questionnaire.

The instruments used with limited statement items were not optimal in quantifying model of nurse-patient interaction. Instruments for gathering data Laia Canals1 Key concepts: data types, learning tasks, classroom observation, focus groups, debates, narratives and interviews, questionnaires and surveys.

Introduction This chapter sets out various methods for gathering important data on the language uses of participants in a research project. The use of conversational analysis: nurse–patient interaction in communication disability after stroke.

Aim. This paper is a report of a study to explore how nursing staff and patients with aphasia or dysarthria communicate with each other in natural interactions on a specialist stroke ward. Background.Nurse–patient interactions based on caring behaviors ensure better working conditions and better-quality healthcare.

The aim of this quantitative study is to examine how nurses self-assess the frequency of applying caring behaviors in nurse–patient interactions and to identify the differences in the application frequency of caring behaviors in relation to work experience and education level.underpinnings of instruments, reliability and validity evidence, and descrip-tions of instruments and their sources are provided.

This book is a reference that will be useful to clinicians, academicians, health science researchers, care managers, and others who need to select caring measurement instruments for their day-to-day work.