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It is the nurse–client interaction that is toward enhancing the client's well‐being, and the client may be an individual, a family, a group or a community. Peplau thought the basic element of the relationship is what goes on between the nurse and patient (Interpersonal Theory). The relationship depends on the interaction of thoughts, feelings, and actions of each person. The patient will experience better health when all their needs are fully considered in the relationship. Following are some points describing positively on nurse‐client relationship.
Contract‐Setting: the time, place and purpose of meetings as well as conditions for termination are established between the nurse and client.
Boundaries: roles of participants are clearly defined, the nurse is defined as a professional helper, the client's needs and problems are the focus of the interaction.
Confidentiality: the nurse should share information only with professional staff who needs to know. The nurse should obtain client's written permission to share information with others outside the treatment team.
Therapeutic nurse behaviors: a.) self‐awareness; b.) genuine, warm and respectful; c.) empathy; d.) cultural sensitivity; e.) collaborative goal setting; f.) responsible, ethical practice.
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