Caring for Children and Families (Wiley Series in Nursing) by Ian Peate, Lisa Whiting

By Ian Peate, Lisa Whiting

This article is going to aid scholars comprehend primary points of medical perform with a view to offer secure and powerful care to little ones and their households in quite a few events. while in scientific perform, scholars may well locate themselves being supervised from a distance, and as such, this article will support the coed once they locate themselves in numerous settings to aid their integration of conception and perform. The reader will improve their paediatric being concerned abilities with a legitimate wisdom base, in an effort to underpin the secure and potent supply of care.* effortless writing kind* Contributions from specialist paediatric educational employees and expert clinicians* one of many few books that take care of medical perform in particular concerning, and addressing the wishes of youngsters in a consumer pleasant demeanour.

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Remember that facial gestures, body posture and voice intonation will communicate more than the spoken word. • Get down to the child’s eye level, but don’t be anxious if he/she avoids eye contact – this could be a sign of respect. • Speak clearly, but avoid shouting. • Wherever possible, use trained interpreters – family members may be selective about the information that they pass on, particularly if it is of a sensitive nature. CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES 21 Clearly, it is not practicable to learn about the whole range of cultures that exist within the UK.

This, of course, can be a double-edged sword, because of the physical contact, Jasmine will soon pick up on your mood and this could affect her. For example, if you are tense, unhappy or in a hurry, Jasmine may become miserable. However, if you are in a relaxed and happy frame of mind, Jasmine should also become relaxed and happy. • Constantly talking, murmuring or singing to Jasmine whenever you are doing any care, or just holding/cuddling her, or playing with her. As long as the noises you are making are warm and comforting, Jasmine will be more relaxed.

However, Reynolds (1997) concludes that although this transmission model has good points it is not an accurate reflection of the complex nature of communication. She says that it does not allow for: • • • • the construction of meaning; the context of the communication; the purpose of the communication; the relationship between the two parties involved, namely the information source and the destination; • the influence of the chosen medium. These are all essential parts of communication, which is a complex and interactive process that relies upon the active participation of both the sender and receiver.

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