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The art of listening in the therapeutic relationship

01 February 2006

Mental Health Practice

General

Nursing, it has been argued, involves the formation of a meaningful relationship through the development of an effective interpersonal process (Freshwater 2003)....

Managing change: the named nurse

01 March 1995

Nursing Standard

Clinical management

Change in nursing management techniques can increase quality and continuity of nursing care. It can, however, be a difficult time for staff involved, and careful...

Partnership in care: a critical review

23 August 1995

Nursing Standard

Clinical nurse/patient relationship

The development of partnerships in care between healthcare staff and patients has been advocated strongly in recent years (1-4). This concept is often integral to...

Academic education’s contribution to the nurse-patient relationship

15 November 2006

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Aim To explore how nursing students perceive the role of academic education in enabling them to understand factors that can influence the relationship between nurses...

The use of touch in nursing practice

11 January 1995

Nursing Standard

Clinical complementary therapy

In the past, touch, as well as being used to demonstrate care and compassion, has been central to healing. The laying on of hands has been practised for centuries....

How expert nurses communicate with acutely psychotic patients

01 April 2010

Mental Health Practice

Feature

People with acute mental health problems display a range of challenging behaviours that can be difficult to deal with, especially for junior staff. This article...

The nurse-patient relationship in the post-anaesthetic care unit

05 January 2010

Nursing Standard

Art & science

Abstract Aim To explore how post-anaesthetic care (PAC) nurses perceive their role, acknowledging the activities that they undertake routinely in their practice....

The human touch

14 September 2010

Nursing Standard

Feature

‘Look, Listen, Feel’ encourages nurses to improve the patient experience by using all their senses rather than being over-reliant on technology when assessing...

What older patients value in nursing

08 February 1995

Nursing Standard

Clinical elderly care

This article reviews some of the literature considered to have bad an impart on tlx provision of nursing services for older people in continuing care settings. It...

The nurse-patient relationship in the post-anaesthetic care unit

16 December 2009

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Aim To explore how post-anaesthetic care (PAC) nurses perceive their role, acknowledging the activities that they undertake routinely in their practice. Method A...