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Gold Nuggets for Communicating with Colleagues
Gold Nuggets for Communicating with Coll...eagues
Nursing Lecture
Added: 03/11/2016
Too little? Too much? Too quiet? Too bossy? Are these ever the type of communication dilemmas that face you in your workplace?...
Building Your Communication Confidence in Teams
Building Your Communication Confidence i...n Teams
Nursing Lecture
Added: 01/11/2016
In this session we will look at effective communication that helps build successful teams. Unpack common barriers to communication. Come away knowing what makes you feel valued, how to best show your ...appreciation for the people you work closely with and build great teams!
Cancer - Non-Pharmacological Pain Management Strategies
Cancer - Non-Pharmacological Pain Manage...ment Strategies
Nursing Lecture
Added: 31/10/2016
A review of modern non-pharmacological methods for pain reduction in people with cancer. ...
Managing Relatives’ Concerns
Added: 03/05/2012
As consumers of health services have become more knowledgeable about their care and treatment, their expectations have risen. There has been a similar growth in the knowledge and expectations of the r...elatives of those receiving care—relatives want and expect high standards of care and treatment. This chapter explores some of the background to relatives’ concerns and suggest strategies that can be used by nurse managers when dealing with a concerned relative.
Keeping in Touch With Someone Who Has Al...zheimer's
Added: 17/04/2012
Jane Crisp writes in an easy-to-read fashion about the way she kept in touch with the mother she loved and valued. She gives practical ideas for how we can involve someone we love in our daily activit...ies even when popular opinion would throw them on the scrapheap. This book is a joy to read and a resource to dip into for ideas about how you, the family member or professional carer, can celebrate and value the lives of those who have dementia.
Counselling and Interviewing for Carers:... A Basic Guide
Added: 17/04/2012
As the second volume in Ausmed’s new ‘Basic Guide’ series, Counseling and Interviewing for Carers: A Basic Guide provides valuable information on fundamental counseling skills to everyone who ca...res; whatever their situation and professional background. The book assumes that readers have no formal training in medicine, nursing, psychology, or counseling. Technical jargon has been deliberately kept to a minimum. All readers, no matter what their professional background, can pick up this book with confidence, knowing that they will be able to follow what is being said. Counseling and Interviewing for Carers: A Basic Guide is written for all those who want to enhance their caring skills and thus improve the emotional and psychological health of people in distress.
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