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Why Don’t Our Patients Listen to Us? - Webinar

Why Don’t Our Patients Listen to Us? - Webinar

Why Don’t Our Patients Listen to Us? - Webinar

Peter Sinclair
Peter Sinclair
on behalf of Renal Society of Australasia

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Launch date: 08 Nov 2018
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Last updated: 27 Nov 2018

Reference: 191402

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Erika Schlemmer (24 Oct 2018)
Great, challenging our thoughts and beliefs.
(16 Nov 2018)
Gave me some food for thought . Am I actually being person centred or am I more of a nagger? ... There were some good strategies that I can implement to be able to assist my clients in constructive ways with them coming up with answers for ways to change instead of me answers coming from me.
Janis Powell (13 Oct 2018)
Being reminded to think about what it must be like to stand in front of a drinks fridge and not be able to grab 1 or 2 must be awful.
Partnership, partnership, partnership....
And listening to our patients ...
I need to do this more.
Thanks Pete for the reminder.
Janis

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Description

An insight into why patients do not always listen to nurses who provide advice about managing their health

Objectives

Understand how people cope with and why they choose to manage their own health conditions (or not)
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to understand how people cope with and why they choose to manage their own health conditions (or not).
Peter Sinclair

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Peter Sinclair
on behalf of Renal Society of Australasia

The Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) aims to advance the care of people with kidney disease and to be the peak body for renal nursing and related allied health professionals.

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Erika Schlemmer (24 Oct 2018)
Great, challenging our thoughts and beliefs.
(16 Nov 2018)
Gave me some food for thought . Am I actually being person centred or am I more of a nagger? ... There were some good strategies that I can implement to be able to assist my clients in constructive ways with them coming up with answers for ways to change instead of me answers coming from me.
Janis Powell (13 Oct 2018)
Being reminded to think about what it must be like to stand in front of a drinks fridge and not be able to grab 1 or 2 must be awful. Partnership, partnership, partnership.... And listening to our patients ... I need to do this more. Thanks Pete for the reminder. Janis

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