This relationship can be successfully built in the presence of appropriate communication. The positive correlation has been found between the patients’ adherence and the good communication in various recent studies. It means that the effective communication can make the patients understand the details of their illness, get a knowledge about the steps to be taken in order to cure it and get motivation to keep up their morale (Bakken et al., 2000). All these steps are extremely necessary in order to get positive outcomes of the specific treatment. In the case of interrupted communication between the patients and the nurses the diversion of attention is very likely to occur.
With knowing what you want to achieve comes the next component. Do not get mad, get even. Complaining has its ups and downs through the process. Your opponent might say something that offends you, or upsets you, before or even while you are complaining. Getting angry can result in complaining without thinking through what you want to say in advance.
The ASPD patient will attempt to manipulate the nurse in order to gain access to certain privileges that could be harmful to the unit (ex. access to weapons, drugs, alcohol, interacting with vulnerable people etc). However, manipulation for patient’s with ASPD is not always about controlling another person. Some patients use manipulation was an “attempt to soothe internal feelings of fear” (outofthefog.com). Because these patients feel as though their feelings take precedence, they have a tendency to minimizes the feelings of others (outofthefog.com).
If one can master this, then communication between the individuals will most likely be effective. Communication is a skill that requires many other skills such as the ability to be empathetic, sympathetic, compassionate, a therapeutic listener and more. If a nurse is not taking the time to learn these important aspects of communication, then disrespect, misunderstandings, and biases are most likely going to take place, creating barriers to achieving effective communication with their fellow
When someone listens carefully until the speaker finishes, it helps the listener to get the whole message in order to answer any needed questions.There should be no worries of what to say after the speaker finished his /her speech. Sometimes being quiet is preferable. A good listener will make a good judgment.Listening skills also interoperates with verbal and non verbal communications which helps to receive messages sent by other people.
In addition, the patient may seem to understand the information or directions about treatment. However, he or she may feel uncomfortable saying "no" to the doctor for the reason that they may see it as being disrespectful. Communication is very vital, it is important to make sure the patient understands by asking open-ended questions or asking them to repeat in order to verify what they understood. As mentioned in Culture Clues "giving a gentle bow and avoiding eye contact" is showing respect. The patient may not show any emotions or signs of pain since they may value emotional self-control.
Simply doubting yourself in these situations may cause unwanted response to client, but telling yourself I know what to do or say will lead to a more productive response instead and help to keep the situation calm. Despite the fact I used “I statements” I could have utilized this strategy more in the role play. Using statements that start with “I” in this crisis role intervention could have been more helpful in providing direction by being clear about what will occur and what as being asked of my client. I statements such as I am going to explain the steps that are going to occur next could have even provided clear support and worked as an effective communication tool between me and the client in order to help her acknowledge and understand what was happening or going to happen
Toprevent this, nurses need to adopt strategies to protect their health. Therapeutic interaction in simple words it meansis a way of communication between a nurse and a client .This is very important because it helps a nurse better understand about their client more properly . Self-awareness as a nurse in relation to patient simply means to develop authentic congruent and open with patient (stein-parbury, 2000). Increasing the client’s self-awareness is achieved through establishing a trusting relationship that allows the clients to openly explore feelings. Open exploration can make the situation less threatening for the client and encourage behaviours that expands a person’s awareness of self.
Through my research I was able to understand just how important trust is to the nurse-client relationship, and in turn made sure to create a bond of trust between myself and the client in my therapeutic interaction. According to Arnold & Boggs (2011) components of communication, such as an open exchange of information, can have a big hand in the formation of trust. Because of this reflection I was sure to include an open exchange of information in my interaction, avoiding having the patient do the vast majority of the talking, but also being careful to adhere to appropriate self-disclosure. It is indicated that due to the status of the nursing profession, people tend to easily put a trust into nurses; Hertzberg (1988) and Lagnespetz (1992) say “trust appears to be extended to the nurse by the patient unless the nurse does something to break or damage this covenant” (as cited in Rutherford, 2014, p. 285). This caused me to carefully analyze my interaction, and ask myself is any of my words or actions could possibly be perceived by the client in such a manner that would damage the covenant of trust.
Then, you must try and changes your attitude to them, so that you do not build up the feeling of resentment or start taking your feelings out to other. Forgive and forget it looks like such a civil meeting of the minds is unlikely, do not push it. It is probably a good idea to try to forgive the other person and let it go. Forgiving doesn't mean opening yourself up to feel wronged again, it only means th... ... middle of paper ... ...help you less your pain, give happier in life and feel healthier. It can also help you to cope with the extra demand made on you by your Scleroderma.