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171 final U4 CHAPTERS 23 24 25 26
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five levels of communication
intrapersonal, interpersonal, small group, one-to-group, mass
Describe the basic elements of the communication process including therapeutic communication techniques
Identify significant features and therapeutic outcomes of nurse-patient helping relationships.
four phases of a nurse-patient helping relationship.
Assessment: gathering information; assessing one's feelings, fears, and anxieties about working with a particular client
Goal: Explore self-perceptions
Orientation (introductory) Phase
nurse and client become acquainted
Goal: Establish trust; Formulate contract for intervention
Goal: Promote client change
Goal: Evaluate goal attainment; Ensure therapeutic closure
the professionally intimate relationship that is built on communication within a specific setting
• Identify significant features and desired outcomes of nurse-health care team member relationships including SBAR.
Identify patient health states that contribute to impaired communication.
• Describe methods for interdisciplinary communication within the health care team and types of documentation DAR, PIE, SOAP.
• Identify purposes of a health care record.
• Describe five quality guidelines for documentation and reporting.
• Identify elements to include when documenting a patient's discharge plan.
Describe the purpose and content of a change-of-shift report.
Discuss the relationship between informatics and quality health care.
Identify the purposes of patient education including patient self-efficacy and readiness to learn.
Use communication principles when providing patient education REVIEW THE CARE PLAN.
domains of learning
cognitive, affective, psychomotor
• Identify basic learning principles and where/how they are applied in the nursing process.
Describe the nursing implications associated with legal issues that occur in nursing practice.
Explain sources of law and the legal concept of standard of care.
• Describe the legal responsibilities and obligations of nurses regarding the following federal statutes:
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)
policy helps protect patients' privacy and insurance coverage
Designation if health care surrogate / durable power of attorney
decisions made by competent individuals about their future health care
guide health care decisions in the event of the pt unable to express own wishes
Understand key terms, definitions and application for legal issues in nursing practice: malpractice.
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