Evaluation Of A Nurse That Ventures Into Today 's Care Setting

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A nurse that ventures into today’s care setting must one that not only cares for the patient, yet also care’s for that patient’s support group (family). Through the process of caring for all involved a circle of trust a support is born amongst the patient, their family (support group), and the nurse. The patient will feel safe and secure, which could aid in their overall healing. The family of the patient will be able to be more interactive with the patients care, which could help aid in patient’s healing process and over all wellness (Potts & Mandleco, 2012). By caring and building a relationship with the patient and their family the nurse is creating an environment for the patient to receive the best care possible (Harvey & Ahmann, 2016). Since the birth of patient centered care evidence based practice has shown that caring for the patient with their family provides overall satisfaction with a trusting relationship that last a lifetime (Potts & Mandleco, 2012). By this relationship the nurse is able to inquire and receive the most intimate details about the patient, which could be the keys to proving the care needed for that patient’s optimal outcome (Merrigan, Steinmiller, Figueroa-Altmann, & Davis, 2016). The goal for the nurse it to provide the safest environment possibly while providing patient centered care including the family of the patient for a better outcome.
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