Nurse-Client Communication: A Life Span Approach
Nurse-Client Communication presents an overview of effective communication and its influence on therapeutic relationships across the life span. Nursing students, novice, and experienced nurses will find this unique book refreshing, informative, and essential in working with clients, families, and professional colleagues in various practice settings. In addition, this text focuses on the impact of culture, ethnicity, and the impact of the nurse's own culture on communication, empathy, and understanding.
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