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Developing the new assertive nurse

essentials for advancement

by Gerry Angel

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  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Springer Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nurses -- Psychology.,
  • Assertiveness (Psychology),
  • Assertiveness.,
  • Nurses -- Psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementGerry Angel, Diane Knox Petronko.
    ContributionsPetronko, Diane Knox.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRT86 .A53 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 244 p. ;
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3158967M
    ISBN 100826135110
    LC Control Number83000608

    This book, which focuses on developing nurse leaders, carries on in the tradition of her previous successes, including The Growth and Development of Mothers, recognized as one of the best books of by both The New York Times and the American Journal of Nursing. Pam, the nurse educator, is teaching a new nurse about seclusion and restraint. Order the following interventions from least (1) to most (5) restrictive. A. With the patient identify the behaviors that are unacceptable and consequences associated with harmful behaviors B. Placing the patient in .

    Chapter 28 Preventing and Managing Aggressive Behavior Gail W. Stuart Healthy children raised in decent conditions among loving people in a gentle and just society where freedom and equality are valued will rarely commit violent acts toward others. Ramsay Clark, A Few Modest Proposals to Reduce Individual Violence in America Learning Objectives 1. This assignment is a critical analysis and reflection of my continuing personal and professional development (CPPD) needs in practice. This account will identify practical needs that I must improve with supportive evidence based research, and evaluate the impact of this need for my personal development as a future qualified nurse.

    Assertiveness is a skill regularly referred to in social and communication skills training. Being assertive means being able to stand up for your own or other people’s rights in a calm and positive way, without being either aggressive, or passively accepting ‘wrong’. Assertive community treatment (ACT) is considered the gold standard of community-based approaches to treating individuals with serious mental illnesses (Dixon, ).Yet despite the high rate of co-occurring medical conditions experienced by members of this vulnerable population, which contributes to their poor health outcomes and significantly shorter life spans (Colton & Manderscheid,


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