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    word curt means rudely brief, and although I wouldn’t exactly say “rudely”, it’s a pretty good descriptor of my father. My mom always called him “a man of few words.” The conversations with him of my teenage years never went that far beyond a sentence or two. Most of the time it was in simple question and answer format, “where are you going? When will you be back?” When we both got cellphones, that communication decreased even more. Most of the time I would text, “I’m going to ____” to which he would always respond “ok”. People at times I think believe that good communication means a lot of communication. I disagree—I think my dad and I had perfectly good communication. We didn’t need to say a lot to understand each other. His doctrine was more or less, keep things short and let everyone get on with their day. So for better or worse, this is how the family worked. My mom and I would talk more…

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    proliferates every society is communication. There is no way around it. It is simple in its construct, however it proves to be more complex in regards to application. The reason being is that each person who engages in a communicative exchange brings their own set of ideas, feelings, social upbringing and experiences to the exchange. It is also important to understand that communication can be verbal as well as non-verbal, which adds a whole other level to its complexity. It is not just enough…

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    Communications involves a variety of different concepts. One of them being the nature of which communication takes place. No matter how you go about it, communications will involve interdependent individuals. Meaning, in the communication process what one individual says to the other will have an impact. The impact could be either negative or positive. I have had many personal experiences with this. My mother and I are obviously connected, considering she gave birth to me and raised me and cared…

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    Communication is the act of relocating or transferring information from one person to another. By its definition its look quite simple but it becomes a lot more complicated when we think about it deeply that how we should we speak or communicate. It is a lot more than just about trading or exchanging the information. It’s actually about understanding the purpose behind the information that is delivered. Effective communication is the source that helps you deepen your relationship to others. It…

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    Nonverbal communication is communication through gestures, eye contact, touch, and facial expressions. Nonverbal communication provides us with hints to individual’s internal feelings. It’s important that the messages conveyed through both nonverbal and verbal communication are clear so that messages are expressed appropriately. For example, if you are angry then your facial expressions should match your tone of voice however, if you state your not angry (verbal communication) while you are…

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    Technical communications is a key component to the success of engineers in the field. Studies find that around fifty percent of an engineer’s work constitutes communication duties. (Brandt & Prescott, 2013) These duties must be acknowledged and bestowed onto students in their college career in order for them to be prepared for the field. Through the use of technical written, oral, and visual communications, engineers can bring designs to life. These communications translate into technical…

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    tend to use different terms to describe their communication and sexual experience. Relationship research has found strong associations between sexual satisfaction, sexual frequency, and relationship satisfaction. The studies suggest that this association seems to be the same in westernized countries as well as sexual conservative cultures. Studies suggest that communication about sex is related to the overall sexual satisfaction and the quality of the relationship. Sexual satisfaction is…

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    Communication is considered to be effective when an understanding is established between the parties that are communicating. The health field is a reservoir that allows people of diverse culture and ethnicity to interact; therefore it is important that an effective communication system is established among the healthcare professionals. The provision of care requires the collaborative effort of various disciplines, each with different views and pattern of communication. Respect and receptivity is…

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    Importance Of Communication In Nursing

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    T. Jasmine (2009) discuses two important aspects of therapeutic communication- listening and exploring. Listening as a therapeutic communication technique demonstrates that the nurse is genuinely interested in the patient. When listening to a patient the nurse and nursing student needs to be aware of how their body actions are being portrayed. Posture, facial expressions, and eye contact can be perceived in a positive or negative way to the patient (para. 12). One of the viewpoints on…

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    Communication is an important skill that many lack or simply fail to perform from time to time. This is not a simple skill as it does not merely consist of exchanging words to another person, but it requires that the person that is sending the message, send it clear, in such a way that others understand what was intended to be said. Being this, a valuable skill, specifically on health care teams, it is the main reason why as part of the Interprofessional Skills and Team-based Healthcare II…

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