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Interviewing & Patient Care 2/E

by Allen J. Enelow

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7386052M
ISBN 100195025458
ISBN 109780195025453

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Health & Physical Assessment in Nursing helps nursing students master the art, science, and skills of health and physical assessment for the RN. Taking a holistic approach, the text focuses on assessing the whole person and on recognizing the diversity of patients and care settings.

When performing a patient assessment, several skills are required. What skills might these might include?Answer: observe, measure, listen, question, examine, analyse, interpret2.

Why might you prefer to use an open, rather than a closed question when interviewing a patient. Corpus ID: Motivational Interviewing in Primary Care: Nurses' experiences and actual use of the method @inproceedings{stlundMotivationalII, title={Motivational Interviewing in Primary Care: Nurses' experiences and actual use of the method}, author={Ann-Sofi {\"O}stlund}, year={} }.

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