By Veronica Lambert, Tony Long, Deirdre Kelleher
Aimed toward pupil nurses in addition to these already training and searching out a textual content to help their CPD, this e-book goals to aid children?s nurses speak with self belief, sensitivity and effectiveness in what may be very demanding environments.
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Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. Theoretical foundations of communication Communication Skills for Children’s Nurses Lambert et al. (2011) argue that these conflicting dichotomies are reflective of an overarching tension between the two discourses protection and participation. e. e. being). This presents an extreme challenge because in developing partnerships with children and families, you must not only acknowledge the participatory rights of children but also work to protect children from distress/upset and recognize the responsibility and rights of parents as children’s principal guardians.
R r r r Space: Children must be given the opportunity to express a view. Voice: Children must be facilitated to express their views. Audience: The view must be listened to. Influence: The view must be acted upon, as appropriate. Gibson et al. (2010) presented a supplementary model to highlight the evolution of communication roles in children’s and young people’s cancer care. r Young children (age 4–5 years) rely on parents to communicate with health professionals. r Older children (age 6–12 years) wish to communicate directly with health professionals, yet parents often assume the lead role.
2010; © 2010 Elsevier) the extent the child wishes to be involved – or not – in the communication process and their ongoing needs. Assessment will assist with interpreting Article 12 in conjunction with Article 5 of the UNCRC – ensuring that children are provided with appropriate adult direction and guidance consistent with their evolving capacities (Lundy 2007). 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission.