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intro to pr. nursing

cpa 2 uafs

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source ind. who decides what msg. is sent
encoder person who interprets the data
message content
channel medium or the way chosen to convey the msg.
reciever one who recieves the msg.
decoder one who interprets the msg.
source message channel reciever source source- formulates msg. based on their communication skills, attitudes, knowlege, and sociocultural system
source message channel reciever messages messages- which have a unique element, structure, content,treatment, and codes are then transmitted along channels
source message channel reciever channels channels- the various senses such as seeing, hearing, touching,smelling,and tasting
source message channel reciever reciever reciever- interprets the mesages on the basis of their own communication skills,attitudes, knowlege, and sociocultural system
Leary model( in the shape of an "L" on her forehead) 1.dominant + dominant= submissive and dominant... always gotta be an alpha in the crowd..2 love hate stimulates the same reaction in return
Health communication model healthcare specific relarionships relationship professional-professional professional-client professional-clients professional-
Health communication model healthcare specific transactions transactions between participants about health-realted issues that include verbal and nonverbal communication. contexts as the settings where thye health communication takes place.
Health communication model healthcare specific verbal and nonverbal metacommunication= includes all things taken into accouint when the reciever is interpreting a message, such as the role of the communicator, the nonverbal msg. sent, and the context in which the communication is taking place.
Health communication model healthcare specific verbal verbal communication= takes place when ppl use words to share experiances w/ others
Health communication model healthcare specific nonverbal nonverbal communication- w/out words with body motions, face expressions, space and sounds and touch.
verbal communication vocab., innotation,pacing, clarity and berivity, timing and relavence
nonverbal intenetional or un.PROXEMICS refers to how individuals use and interpret space in the communication process. cultural variations- learned subconsciously through the observations of behaivor of signi9ficant individuals in the clients culture. Kinesics-
therapeutic communication specific communication used to promote a psychological setting that allows positive change, growth in client. understanding the unique health needs of the individual.
active listening understand and comprehend fully what the person is trying to communicate
restatement after listening carefully to the client, restate some or all of what the client was trying to say to see if you understood it correctly.
reflexion is the process of identifying the main emotional themes in the conversation and directed them back to the client
use of appropriate questions include? open-ended(Q's to encourage elaboration) closed-ended(Q's when limitations are needed) circular(Q's to focus on the impact of the injury or illness and how it will affect the family.
probs with communication false reassurance(its ok), giving advise, probing(questions out of curiousity rather than needed info) stereotyping(ie. dopehead),social comment(Idontknow),changing the subject, medical jargon,
communication with professionals characteristics include clarity of communication, accountability, and mutual respect.
problems with communication gender issues, heirarchy issues, generational differ
fix to comm probs 2 way exchange of info must value the other must value the other persons suggestions
communication includes all thoughts , feelings,and behaivors
pt care communication face to face, written, telephone, email
assesment list the sig. findings(objective and subjective) cluster data with health patterns,findn general problem with pt,develop cluster data for each general problem identified.
nursn diagnosis develop 2 at least hypothesis, evaluate each hypothesis by writing and comparing the definitions, write each diagnosis statement by priority
planning plan appropriate nursing interventions
implementation carry out the plan
evaluation- evaluate outcomes
critical thinking regulatory purposefully self regualtory judgement includes interpretation, analysis, evaluation,and inference, as well as the explanation of the evidential, conceptual, methodological, criterlogical, or contextual considerations on which judgement is based
critical thinking logic ask yourself does this make sence?
aspects of critical thinking directed towards taking action,disposition towards thinking analyctally, embrases thinking about how we think, assess maturity,requires skill, frequentally finding failure,not always a self conscious
key aspects of critical thinking induction- generation of new ideals deduction-abstraction or take from idea assumption identification- hypothesis or to identify the assumption
reflective thinking active, persistant, and carefully consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowlege that support it
rain burger and hoffers critical thinking #1 of 3. 1. reflect on other nurses clinical experiances
rain burger and hoffers critical thinking #2 of 3. 2. apply brookfields 3 critical thinking processes= a.contextual awareness and observed aqnd consideration. b.Exploring and imagining alternatives. c. Questioning, analyzing, and reflection on ratioale of decisions
rain burger and hoffers critical thinking #3 of 3. use mind maps as a learning tool- rehearsing or anticipation of providing the actiual care
concept formation identify known data, determine common characteristics, and priortize data
rain burger and hoffers critical thinking #1 of 3. 1. reflect on other nurses clinical experiances
rain burger and hoffers critical thinking #2 of 3. 2. apply brookfields 3 critical thinking processes= a.contextual awareness and observed aqnd consideration. b.Exploring and imagining alternatives. c. Questioning, analyzing, and reflection on ratioale of decisions
rain burger and hoffers critical thinking #3 of 3. use mind maps as a learning tool- rehearsing or anticipation of providing the actiual care
zippermouth willnot talk or add to the duiscussion
recognition seeker seeks credit
play boy sabatoge topic joker
interorganizational group community, ana, medical association
intraorganizational organization with in school of n ursing
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