nurse-client interaction

nurse-client interaction

any process in which a nurse and a client exchange or share information, verbally or nonverbally. It is fundamental to communication and is an essential component of the nursing assessment.
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Risser's premise held that it is necessary to evaluate nursing care from the patient's perspective in order to obtain a complete view of the nurse-client interaction.
First, Rogerian science does not include the concept of nurse-client interaction.
Esthetic knowing happens in the nurse-client interaction through the experience of a unique situation (5).
Some students have limited exposure to professional behavior, and role modeling is the perfect way to set the stage for future nurse-client interactions.