If you’re a new nurse and not sure how to talk to your nurse manager, this post outlines some important considerations when approaching your new boss.
Communication Tips – Your Loved Ones
Communicating with loved ones can be hard. These communication tips – your loved ones can help make these conversations more effective.
Communication Tips – Difficult Conversations
No one likes difficult conversations. These communication tips – difficult conversations can help make these conversations a little better.
Communication Tips – Patients and Their Support Systems
Struggling with communication with your patients? These communication tips – Patients and their support systems can help.
Communication Tips – Other Members of the Healthcare Team
Struggling with communication with your team? These Communication Tips – Other Members of the Healthcare Team can help.
Communication Tips – Your Nursing Team
Struggling with communication among your team? These communication tips can help.
Communication Tips for Nurses – How to Kindly Exit Conversations
Something that I was not prepared for as a nurse was how many people would want my attention at every second of the day. Patients, families, physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses, housekeeping, receptionists, pharmacists… literally everyone. Combine that with a constantly evolving task-list, dynamic patient conditions, and soon every single second counts. But you don’t want to seem rude and just walk away or ignore them. Here are some realistic communication tips for nurses on how to graciously bring a conversation to a close so you can get back to business!
Working With “Difficult” Patients
Have you ever had to deal with difficult patients? Examples would be non compliance or worse. How do you handle difficult patients?