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Abstract Planning and delegating nursing care efficiently and effectively is an essential skill for all registered nurses to develop and master. The nursing process will assist the registered nurse to effectively plan and implement nursing interventions as well as to appropriately delegate nursing interventions to co-workers. Additionally, following the professional standards for nurses will assist in safely managing a patient load. Equally important is the use of communication. Effective communication is essential to ensure patient safety and positive outcomes, as is effective communication between nurses and the multidisciplinary team.
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It states that nurses are responsible in developing and maintaining an appropriate relationship; advising that nurses must listen to the people in their care and respond to their concerns, “Make the care of people your first concern, treating them as individuals and respecting their dignity”, (NMC 2008). Research demonstrates that there are many approaches to having effective relationships that can bring significant change (Hill and Kellems 2002). One is the clients’ motivation; another is the presence of a person who can offer a relationship that displays acceptance/unconditional positive regard, empathy and genuineness (Rogers as cited in McLeod 2003). As described by McLeod (2003), Rogers three core conditions are indispensable in facilitating change and are used in most health care disciplines. The use of empathy, unconditional positive regards and acceptance is important and if used correctly can achieve positive outcomes, assisting the nurse-patient relationship (McQueen 2000).