…or the negativity they can spew….
“You wouldn’t know what to look for in that type of patient assessment anyways…”
How do you know I don’t know what to assess for? Are you the textbook I read from? The online periodicals I continue to educate myself with? Are you every patient I have assessed in . . . → Read More: Those Emergency Blues: The phrases junior nurses and most staff do not care to hear from senior nurses…
This might be a new low in nursing management. Instead of actually providing caring, empathy and compassion, some hospitals would like nurses to provide a simulacrum of caring, empathy and compassion, believing patients are stupid enough not to tell the difference:
Nurses unions say an increasing number of hospitals nationwide are asking nurses to . . . → Read More: Those Emergency Blues: Scripting Nurses is Bad for Patient Care
Irony alert! The best way to decrease empathy in nurses, apparently, is to actually practice nursing. A new study of nursing students found that
as students gained more clinical exposure, they demonstrated a much greater decline in empathy scores over the year than did those with limited clinical experience during that year. This finding . . . → Read More: Those Emergency Blues: Nursing Makes Nurses Less Empathetic