Below are the guidelines to write the communication paper. Pls DO NOT USE OUTSIDE SOURCES. Pls use only the pdf article and the quotes I provided. The article is (Core communication competencies in patient-centered care). The guidelines include:
a. Times New Roman size 12 typeface (font) double spaced with 1-inch margins
b. No abstract
c. Correct APA format
d. Correct spelling, apostrophe use, grammar, paragraphing, and sentence structure e. Contents must include Title Page, body of the paper (500?600 words including Introduction, two Main Points from your Professional Paper Worksheet outline, and Conclusion), and References page.
f. Two Main Points and Conclusion should be Level 1 headings. No Level 2 headings are needed for this short paper. References should only include your Hood textbook and the assigned article for the competency.
The 2 main points are?.1. Effective communication is crucial in ensuring that all health team members involved in the client?s care are aware of specific needs and anything that might adversely affect the client.? ( Hood, 2014, p.61) This is from a book pls
2. ?Effecttive communication between the patient and the nurse is an essential requirement for nursing practice and for patient-centered care?? From the PDF page 40.
Anita Davis Boykins, DNSc, FNP-BC, PMHNP BC
Core Communication Competencies in
Abstract: Effective communication between the patient
and nurse is an essential requirement for nursing practice
and for patient-centered care. Nursing faculty that teach
in undergraduate and graduate nursing programs play
a signiflcant role in preparing the nursing workforce to
communicate effectively and provide patient-centered care.
Patient-centered care, interprofessional collaboration, and
informatics are necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes
for nurses across educational levels in order to meet the
needs of patients, and improve the quality and safety of the
health care system environment. The focus of this article is to
provide information on core nursing competencies for effective
communication and to discuss communication tools used in
patient-centered care, interprofessional collaboration, and