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Title: Communication


1
Communication
  • Potter, Chapter 24

2
Types of Communication
  • Verbalspoken and written
  • Nonverbal
  • Eye contact
  • Facial expression
  • Posture, gait
  • Gestures
  • Touch
  • General appearance, dress, grooming
  • Sounds
  • Voice inflection
  • Silence

3
Factors Affecting Communication
  • Developmental level
  • Gender
  • Credibility
  • Affect/Attitude
  • Emotional state
  • Special needs (357)
  • Environment
  • Distance
  • Role
  • Timing
  • Territoriality
  • Culture
  • Knowledge level
  • Values
  • Perceptions
  • Expectations

4
Responses That Hinder Communication
  • Lack of eye contact
  • Hurried gestures
  • Closed body language
  • False reassurance
  • Judgmental responses
  • Changing subject
  • Negating feelings
  • Giving advice
  • Using clichés
  • Closed questions
  • Leading questions
  • Stereotyping
  • Treating client as object or dx
  • A-la-moding

5
The Helping Relationship
  • Focuses on client needs and helps client identify
    problems
  • Promotes client growth and self-care
  • Conveys kindness, concern, warmth, genuineness,
    acceptance
  • Is empatheticseeing situation from clients
    point of viewbeing receptive without losing
    objectivityable to communicate to client that he
    is understood
  • Is confidential without being a sick contract
  • Phases on p. 347---covers entire stay

6
The Nursing History
  • Different from medical historymore holistic
  • Utilizes therapeutic communication skills
  • Happens during orientation phase
  • Need organized tool developed by agency
  • Patients have right to refuse to answer
    questions if they agree to answer questions they
    need to understand the scope of confidentiality
  • Students are reluctant at firstfeel like they
    are prying

7
Therapeutic Communication
  • A learned skill that improves with practice
  • Planned, deliberate, purposeful, helpful
  • Sometimes the only skill a nurse can offer
  • Part of the therapeutic relationship
  • Used with interviews

8
Components of Therapeutic Communication
  • Listening attentivelyface client, eye contact,
    open body language, no distracting movements, nod
    appropriately, read verbal and nonverbal
  • Demonstrating acceptanceuse persons name,
    listen without interrupting, avoid arguing,
    expressing doubts, or attempting to change
    clients mind

9
Types of Therapeutic Interaction
  • Open-ended vs. closed-ended
  • Non-directive comments Oh? mm.Yes
  • Reflection You feelbecause
  • Restating (paraphrasing) What I hear you
    saying is.
  • ClarifyingIm not sure I understand.
  • FocusingTell me more about..
  • Stating observationsYou look tired.
  • ConfrontationYou say this, but
  • Summarizing

10
Therapeutic Communication
  • Examples of Good and Bad Techniques

11
Open Closed Questions
  • Closed Are you happy about this?
  • Open How does this make you feel?
  • Closed Do you get along with your husband?
  • Open How is your relationship with your
    husband?
  • Closed Does this make you sick to your
    stomach?
  • Open Describe the feeling you are having.

12
Reflective Statements
  • Client Sometimes Im happy about having a new
    baby, but I dont know if I can handle it at
    home.
  • Nurse You sound anxious about caring for your
    baby after you leave here.
  • Client I wish I was dead.
  • Nurse You sound depressed.
  • Client I wish I could be somewhere else.
  • Nurse Somewhere else?

13
Paraphrasing
  • Client Ive had it! My doctor wont tell me
    whats going on. He doesnt seem to care what I
    think!
  • Nurse Youre frustrated because you and your
    doctor havent talked about your diagnosis.

14
Summarizing
  • Mr. Jones enters the clients room and says,
    Good morning, Mrs. Raymond. Ive come to talk
    with you more about your diabetes. If you
    recall, yesterday we discussed the purpose of
    insulin, its side effects, and how to give an
    injection.

15
Avoid Using Clichés
  • Client I slept poorly last night. My
    incision seemed to be pulling.
  • Nurse You cant win them all. At least the
    incision is healing well.
  • Client I am so sad about losing my baby.
  • Nurse It was Gods will.

16
Avoid Changing the Subject
  • Nurse Good morning, Mr. Smith. How are you
    feeling?
  • Client (Facial expression shows discomfort.)
    Oh, not so good. My incision is rather sore.
  • Nurse Well, lets get you up in the chair. We
    need to discuss your exercises.

17
Being Defensive
  • Client I hope I dont have to see Dr. Warren
    today.
  • Nurse I dont understand. Is something wrong?
    Dr. Warren has been your doctor for some time.
  • Client I dont care. She was the one who put
    me in this hospital, and that was a waste of
    time
  • Nurse Thats silly. Dr. Warren is an
    excellent doctor.
  • Client You think so, huh? He hasnt put you
    in the hospital for no reason!
  • Nurse You were very ill, Mr. Locke. I know
    Dr. Warren made the right decision.

18
Better
  • Client I hope I dont have to see Dr. Warren
    today.
  • Nurse You seem upset. Would you like to talk
    about it?
  • Client I just dont think she shouldve put me
    in the hospital.
  • Nurse You believe hospitalization was
    unnecessary?
  • Client Yes, they really didnt do much of
    anything. They took a few tests and did some
    x-rays.
  • Nurse Mr. Locke, did Dr. Warren tell you what
    the tests showed?
  • Client No, not really. Thats why Im so
    angry.

19
Giving Advice
  • Nurse Mr. Jones, you really look like youre
    in deep thought.
  • Client Oh no, not really. I was just thinking
    about whether my daughter was coming to see me.
  • Nurse Well, if you ask me, she shouldve been
    here before now. It would mean so much to you.

20
False Reassurance
  • Client Im so afraid of becoming dependent on
    my wife. I feel like Im never going to get any
    better.
  • Nurse Theres no reason to be afraid.
    Everything is going to turn out fine.

21
Showing Approval/Disapproval
  • Client Ive decided that when I leave the
    hospital Ill stay with my son. He doesnt want
    me to be alone.
  • Nurse Oh, Im glad to hear that. I think you
    definitely made the right decision. Its best
    for you to be with your son so he can look after
    you.
  • Client Oh, I feel good. I was able to get up
    in the chair once today.
  • Nurse Only once? You going to have to do
    better than that!

22
Therapeutic Communication Practice
  • Change the following to open-ended ?s
  • Are you feeling better?
  • How are you feeling?
  • Are you having pain?
  • Tell me about the pain you are having.

23
Practice contd
  • Client Ive had this funny feeling for a
    week.
  • Nurse Funny feeling?
  • Client Nothing ever goes right for me.
  • Nurse You sound depressed.
  • Client Ive had enough of your questions.
  • Nurse You seem upset.

24
Professional Communication for Students Clients
and Families
  • Always inform them you are a student
  • Helping and therapeutic
  • Dont pretend to know things you dontfind out
  • Dont coerce patient into cooperating
  • Dont tell your problems to your patient
  • Dont gossip or degrade other professionals
  • Avoid accepting tips, gifts, etc.
  • Do not give test results or a new dx

25
With Physicians
  • Collaborative thru instructor or primary nurse
  • May answer questions if aware of answers
  • May not take orders
  • Follow orders
  • May assist with PEs, dsg changes, procedures
    (dont give meds without instructor)
  • Dont flirt!

26
With Nursing Staff
  • Introduce yourself and get report
  • Collaborative
  • Dont criticize, gossip, or degrade one to
    another
  • Nurse may advise or assist you but may not
    supervise invasive procedures or any meds except
    in specialty areas
  • Give report before leaving floor

27
With Instructors
  • Always be honest!
  • Dont overstep bounds
  • Inform instructor if you have never done a
    procedure or dont feel comfortable
  • If unsure about anything, ask
  • No invasive procedures or meds without instructor
  • Maintain respect controlask for privacy if
    have a problem
  • Inform instructor of unsafe practices you seeno
    matter who it is
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