Ilza Marlene Kuae Fukuda

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The authors present a bibliographical review about concept and modalities of manipulative behavior and consider the importance of such manipulation in the therapeutic nurse-patient relationship. They emphasize the importance of the nurse being aware of about the occurence of this behavior, list some patient's manifestations and comment them, giving especial(More)
In dealing with the patient, the nurse has always to have in mind that she is dealing with a human being. There are basic aspects in this personal relationship needed to the knowledge of the nurse to make this process therapeutic. Among these aspects we have acceptance, empaty and emotional involvement. These aspects we studied following bibliographical(More)
This paper is based on a study on the functions of the nurse, as a member of the multiprofessional team, in one Psychiatric Hospital. The populations interviewed was composed of 16 nurses, 17 phisicians, 7 social workers, 3 occupational therapists and 3 psychologists. The results showed that not even the nurses had a clear idea of their functions. The(More)