How nurses can manage conflict with children’s families
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How nurses can manage conflict with children’s families

Nick Evans Health journalist

Understanding and managing conflict in children and young people’s healthcare, and how nurses can best communicate and listen to families

Managing conflict is an essential skill for all nurses. But when the family of a child or young person being cared for is involved, it can be a particularly sensitive challenge.

Nursing Children and Young People. 35, 6, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.35.6.10.s4

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