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    Caregiver Role Strain Nursing Care Plan

    Use this guide to help you formulate nursing interventions for caregiver role strain nursing care plan and nursing diagnosis. 

    Impaired Verbal Communication Nursing Care Plan

    Use this guide to help you formulate nursing interventions for impaired verbal communication nursing care plan and nursing diagnosis. 

    6 Amusing Kinds of Patients and How Nurses Can Approach Them

    Knowing the different kinds of patients makes us familiar on how to approach them. Although not all are easy to deal with, nonetheless most are worth the exhaustive and sleepless shifts.

    7 Types of Challenging Patients and How to Interview Them

    Here are the seven types of challenging patients and how to interview them for your nursing assessment.

    Grieving Stages: Understanding a Patient’s Perspective

    Following Kubler-Ross’ Stages of Grief, how can nurses be advocates for their patients as they go through these heartbreaking changes in their lives.

    5 Effective Ways How Nurses Can Survive Heartbreaks

    Though it hurts, for heartbroken nurses out there, here are practical ways on how to ease your heartaches in experiencing patient loss.

    5 Communication Techniques for Individuals with Depression

    Here are five therapeutic communication techniques nurses should utilize to deliver effective nursing care in working with individuals having depression.

    5 Ways Nurses Can Deal With Aggression in the Workplace

    Using the following techniques to deal with aggressive behavior can usually turn the situation around and reduce the need for a crisis team.

    Compassion Fatigue: When Nurses Tire of Caring

    Let's talk about compassion fatigue, the occupational hazard of caring.

    Annoying Patients? Here’s 5 Things You Can Safely Say to Them

    When patients become short-tempered and frustrated, things can get a little bit out of hand. To prevent things from getting out of control, you can use the following five statements in dealing with difficult patients.

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