Communication Skills For Children'S Nurses by Veronica Lambert, Tony Long, Deirdre Kelleher

By Veronica Lambert, Tony Long, Deirdre Kelleher

Geared toward pupil nurses in addition to these already practising and searching out a textual content to aid their CPD, this booklet goals to assist children?s nurses speak with self assurance, sensitivity and effectiveness in what will be very not easy environments.


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R Why is it important to build and value children’s agency? 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. Theoretical foundations of communication Communication Skills for Children’s Nurses Lambert et al. (2011) argue that these conflicting dichotomies are reflective of an overarching tension between the two discourses protection and participation. e. e. being). This presents an extreme challenge because in developing partnerships with children and families, you must not only acknowledge the participatory rights of children but also work to protect children from distress/upset and recognize the responsibility and rights of parents as children’s principal guardians.

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