Developing skills in solution-focused interactions.
This chapter discusses solution-focused interactions, a specific approach to communication which is based on 'solution-building' (as opposed to 'problem-solving'), which you can utilize across all fields of nuring and implement within your clinical practice. It will explore the theory and skills of solution-focused interactions and provide an understanding of how they can be used. The chapter will draw on examples from various fields of nursing, including from a public health context, to demonstrate the strength of this approach across a range of settings. In addiition it builds on the core skills from the previous chapter.
|Publication Date||Jan 1, 2014|
|Publisher||Open University Press|
|Book Title||Achieving competencies for nursing practice: a handbook for student nurses|
|Chapter Number||Chapter 5|
|Institution Citation||SMITH, S. 2014. Developing skills in solution-focused interactions. In Reading, S. and Webster, B. (eds.) Achieving competencies for nursing practice: a handbook for student nurses. Maidenhead: Open University Press, chapter 5, pages 67-79.|
|Keywords||Solution focused interactions; Problemsolving; Clinical practice; Nursing; Public health|
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