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Reaction to Stress and Hospitalization

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    Kara W.
    CA
    Kara W.

    patients experience stress from emotional pressures, unfamiliar or unfriendly environments, changes in their eating or sleeping habits, separation from loved ones, friends; feel burdened by financial burdens, loss of independence, a lack of information, and isolation

    Caroline B.
    AU
    Caroline B.

    This module of the course has been very interesting it had highlighted the importance of communication between the nurse, patient, their families and other health care workers, by the end of this course I hope I have the ability and pleasure to communicate more affective and ensuring that professional therapeutic communication skills is maintained at all times. hold high respect for others and at the same time provide privacy, respect and understanding

    Funmilayo J.
    GB
    Funmilayo J.

    This module has highlighted the importance of communication with patients and how effective timely communication can be both assessment tool as well as a therapeutic mechanism for patients and health care professionals

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