Pastterns in Nursing Practice
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In this article, the writer discusses the belief that the person's identification of patterns is nursing practice. The writer presents a letter to a student in which the writer describes personal contact with a patient that shared certain patterns in common. The writer explains that due to a language barrier communication with the nurse was difficult for the patient. The writer discusses that both writer and patient learned a great deal from the clinical situation so that their consciousness expanded.
From the Paper:"Newman realized that the person's identification of patterns was nursing practice, and maintained that "our participation in the process made a difference in our own lives". The reason that I was able to take such a genuine interest in Miss C and engage with attentive listening with her is because we shared certain patterns in common. As a result of a language barrier, Miss C could not explain herself adequately to her nurse. Both I and this patient were visible minorities and that was the basis of many patterns that we shared in common. Newman believed strongly in expanding consciousness and in growth, and both I and Miss C ..."
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