It also, distinguishes between the inner self that is how one feels from inside and the outer self, what other people see on you includes your appearance, verbal and nonverbal behaviour (Bulman and schutz,2004). Self awareness is not essential only for reflective learning but also for skilled professional nursing practice by having knowledge of one’s values belief and behaviour and how it affects others is important for developing good interpersonal skills and integrate therapeutic relationships with our clients. Increased self awareness in client can be achieved through a trusting relationship between a client and a patients that allow the client to intereact with nurses openly and explore their feeling for which a nurse can understand one’s problem easily and are able to give better and proper treatments. Through self awareness it can become authentic congruent... ... middle of paper ... ...e practice and tool are held together for the care. References Bulman, C and Schutz,S.
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Sharing power “ evokes the patient’s perspective, conveys interest, flows the patient’s lead, elicit and validate emotional content, shares with the patient, makes the clinical reasoning of the practitioner transparent to the patient and shows the limits of the practitioner’s knowledge”, (Bickley, 2017, pg. 73). This interviewing technique gives the practitioner an opportunity for insight into any social, emotional, physical or economic barriers to health for the patient. This technique shows the patient’s responsibility to follow any recommended advice that the practitioner may give. Throughout the interview, the advance practice nurse should be aware of his or her own body language.
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This essay will explore a needs orientated approach to the care that is delivered to a patient and examine the significance of the use of models and frameworks in the nursing process. It is intended to identify a patient with biopsychosocial needs that requires nursing intervention. Their holistic plan of care will then be critiqued in relation to the nursing model and framework utilised by the nursing staff. Knowledge will be demonstrated of the importance of utilizing evidence-based practice when creating an individualized plan of care. “The nursing process is an analytic problem solving method whereby the attainment of pre-determined nursing goals by means of chosen nursing care strategies is attempted through a systematic application of assessment, problem identification, planning, implementation and evaluation” (Arets and Morle, 1995, p311) For the intention of this essay the conceptual framework used will be Assessment, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation (A.P.I.E) (Yura and Walsh, 1978).
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