Tasks of orientation phase - phases of nurse, Biology

Tasks of  Orientation Phase:

  • Establishing contact with the patient 
  • Developing  the pactlcontract 
  • Talking to the patient 

Establishing Contact with the Patient Once the nurse is assigned  the patient, she locates him, makes an  overall assessment of  the patient and introduces herself  to  the patient. 

Developing the  Pact/Contract 

Contract or pact is an agreement which a nurse develops with the patient  to help herhim towards  recovery. The basic objective of developing pactlcontract is to establish a climate of  trust, understanding, acceptance and open communication. 

Talking  with  the Patient 

The nurse talks with  the patient having clear goal in mind. Many a times the moment a nurse asks  the question. The nurse takes  the history  of  patient and helps him to talk about his sickness. During this phase the nurse discusses about confidentiality of  the information shared by  the patient with the nurse during the therapeutic relationship. If  the information does not harm the patient or others she will not share the information with anybody. Otherwise it needs to be informed  to the psychiatristlsocial worker. Trusting relationship is also maintained by keeping up to the time of interviewlinteraction.  

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