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by Elizabeth C. Arnold PhD RN PMHCNS-BC,Kathleen Underman Boggs PhD FNP-CS

Interpersonal Relationships: Professional Communication Skills for Nurses (Interpersonal Relationships)(5thedition) download ebook
ISBN:
1416029133
ISBN13:
978-1416029137
Author:
Elizabeth C. Arnold PhD RN PMHCNS-BC,Kathleen Underman Boggs PhD FNP-CS
Publisher:
Saunders; 5 edition (December 6, 2006)
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Pages:
576 pages
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1347 kb
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1269 kb
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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Rating:
4.9

Elizabeth C. Arnold PhD RN PMHCNS-BC; Kathleen Underman Boggs PhD FNP-CS

Elizabeth C. Arnold PhD RN PMHCNS-BC; Kathleen Underman Boggs PhD FNP-CS. The book combines proven communication strategies and nursing principles with psychology and related theoretical frameworks. Plus, the text includes numerous experiential exercises to critically evaluate their communication skills as well as those of others.

Studying my nursing degree and this book is a must have for communication assignments and has a lot of references. One person found this helpful.

by Elizabeth C. Arnold PhD RN PMHCNS-BC (Author), Kathleen Underman Boggs PhD FNP-CS (Author). This item:Interpersonal Relationships: Professional Communication Skills for Nurses, 7e by Elizabeth C. Arnold PhD RN PMHCNS-BC Paperback £3. 9. Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Studying my nursing degree and this book is a must have for communication assignments and has a lot of references.

There are experiential exercises to allow readers to practice their communication skills.

Nurses' Instruction; Interpersonal communication. Clear guidelines in this book show how you can enhance the nurse-client relationship through proven communication strategies as well as principles drawn from nursing, psychology, and related theoretical frameworks.

Interpersonal Relationships: Professional Communication Skills for Nurses, 8 th<. Professional Communication Skills for Nurses. By Elizabeth C. Arnold, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC and Kathleen Underman Boggs, PhD, FNP-CS. Arnold PhD RN PMHCNS-BC, Kathleen Underman Boggs PhD FNP-CS. Series: Interpersonal Relationships. Paperback: 576 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0323242813.

Elizabeth C. Arnold Phd Rn Pmhcns-bc. Interpersonal Relationships: Professional Communication Skills for Nurses, 6e. Try our fun game. This two-time AJN Book of the Year award-winner offers practical guidance for effective interactions with clients, families, and professional colleagues.

This comprehensive paperback textbook has something of interest for all nurses. Approximately two-thirds of this book focuses on therapeutic communication, responding to special needs and professional issues, and includes the important subject of intercultural communication, health teaching, clients in stress, older adults, communicating with other health professionals, and professional documentation.

Arnold, Elizabeth author. Other author/creator. Boggs, Kathleen Underman, author. ebook version : 9780323635875. 9780323544801 (pb. : ISBN.

2007 AJN Book of the Year!With practical guidance for effective interactions with clients, colleagues, and families, Interpersonal Relationships: Professional Communication Skills for Nurses, 5th Edition, is the definitive source on communication skills for nurses. The book combines proven communication strategies and nursing principles with psychology and related theoretical frameworks. Plus, the text includes numerous experiential exercises to critically evaluate their communication skills as well as those of others.Grounded in theory, the text provides a framework for gaining a theoretical perspective.Ethical Dilemma boxes appear in each chapter and highlight ethical dilemmas in interpersonal relationships.Critical thinking content promotes the application of critical thinking processes essential for effective communication in the nursing practice.Discusses humor, gender, and touch in Chapter 10 as important means of communication in interpersonal relationships.Communication with patients of all ages, patients with special needs, and colleagues increases awareness of the issues involved in communicating with patients and promotes successful collaboration with coworkers.Case examples and exercises appear throughout the text to promote understanding and discussion of topics in the chapter.Learning objectives, chapter overviews, and glossary focus the student on essential information and help them study for tests.Two new chapters on Documentation in the Age of the Electronic Health Record and Communicating in the Age of eHealth Technology describe how to understand and utilize the most current healthcare communication technology.Developing an Evidence-Based Practice boxes appear in each chapter and describe a current research study and how it connects to the concepts in the text.
Reviews:
  • Dyni
While there are a lot of books out there that we nurses need to read for our education, this book is actually helpful. Though the print is comfortably larger and easier to read, it does still take some time to work thru the chapters. I had a layoff from nursing to raise my daughter. My initial experience as a brand new nurse was a bit rough. This book, specifically chapters 4 and 5, had some very useful information that offered insight on my difficulties. This will be immensely helpful in returning to my career the second time around. I plan on taking the binding off and making it a spiral bound book for ease of repeated use. It will be a resource I go back to again and again. I would recommend it to anyone in the field of nursing.
  • elektron
As described.
  • Gldasiy
Its kind of common sense to be able to communicate with patients in a professional manner. I didn't need to read this book for my communications class.
  • Dont_Wory
The content is understandable and a good reference for nursing students for therapeutic communication.
  • Original
I thought this would be a very good book but its not. The chapters are long and boring. Its really hard to keep your attention. No self study ques. This book was required reading for nursing school so I have to make it work and keep reading.
  • Just_paw
fell asleep reading , but I had to for my degree
  • Olelifan
can be quite confusing at times
Required reading. Get a pot of strong Starbuks ready.