Nurses ’ movements within and between various paths when improving their communication skills — An evaluation of validation method training

@inproceedings{Sderlund2013NursesM,
  title={Nurses ’ movements within and between various paths when improving their communication skills — An evaluation of validation method training},
  author={Mona S{\"o}derlund and Agneta Cronqvist and Astrid Norberg and Britt-Marie Ternestedt and G{\"o}rel Hansebo},
  year={2013}
}
Aims and objectives: To explore any changes in nurses’ skills at communicating with residents with dementia disease when using the validation method, as observed in one-to-one videotaped conversations. Background: Communication difficulties due to cognitive impairment among residents with dementia disease may complicate care situations. Training can improve nurses’ communication skills and increase care quality. The validation method aims to facilitate communication with residents with dementia… CONTINUE READING

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