Nursing Relationship In Nursing

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This relationship can be classified at StaR. Within this relationship, patient and nurse are both able to “offer different perspectives and considerations about the illness” (Nelson, Batalden, Godfrey, & Lazar, 2011). Since the patients and nurses do not have similar training and knowledge there is a lot of knowledge to be shared between them. Talking is one of the main ways to communicate. Just as there needs to be time for a patient and their doctor to talk as previously mention, there also needs to be time for the patient and nurse to sit down and talk and listen to what is being said. Sometimes today there is such a rush to get things done that this concept of talking and really listening is usually glossed right over. In this relationship there may be …show more content…

When dealing with a chronic illness the patient is in charge. It is up to them whether they take the steps that they been outlined to deal with their illness. Most patients may feel that it just isn’t worth the hassle of going through all the motions only to succumb to the illness later on. Others feel that they are going to do everything that they can to keep healthy and try to live as long as they can. Patients make the opportunities for themselves to succeed when it comes to a chronic illness. Whether or not they choose to take that step is entirely up to them. A patient’s primary care provided may end up sending their patient a Coumadin clinic to help the patient manage their condition. It is especially important for there to be a strong health relationship between the PCP and the clinic. Patients who are taking Coumadin usually need to be monitored and have their blood tested regularly to see if their medications need to be adjusted in any way. These results will be sent to the primary care so they can see whether or not the plan that was laid out for the patient it working. This relationship can be classified as

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  • Explains that the patient and nurse are able to offer different perspectives and considerations about the illness. talking is one of the main ways to communicate.
  • Explains that if talking and listening are glossed over, there is little chance that it will be followed up by action. in the case of dvt, the vna and patient have a mutual interest in sharing their resources.
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