Please: WRITE ABOUT THESE JOURNAL ENTRIES: UNION, KNOWLEDGE, LISTENING, TRUST, NON-JUDGEMENTAL and PERSONAL CONFLICT (and HOW YOU WERE ABLE TO RESOLVE IT)
NOTE: DESCRIBE AND ANALYZE
This journal entry is reflective of thoughts, feelings, and experiences from class and life. It may be prompted by a question or reading.
These are suggested starting points for the analysis, but do move beyond these.
• From the collective entries, is there a common theme or thread? If so, what is it? And, think of reasons for this commonality. If there is not a common theme or thread, consider the reasons for this.
• How do my journal entries reflect the theme of the course, communicating in complex situations?
• What are my life experiences of communicating in complex situations, how have these informed my actions and thoughts?
USE THESE REFERENCES AND 3 OF YOUR OWN (CURRENT CANADIAN PEER- REVIEWED ARTICLES) MAKING 8 REFERENCES
Tsai, H., Tsai, Y., Weng, L., & Chou, H. (2013). More than communication skills: experiences of communication conflict in nursing home nurses. Medical Education, 47(10), 990-1000. doi:10.1111/medu.12233
Norton, S., Tilden, V., Tolle, S., Nelson, C., & Eggman, S. (2003). Life support withdrawal: communication and conflict. American Journal Of Critical Care, 12(6), 548-555.
Canadian Patient Safety Institute. (2009). The Safety Competencies (1st ed.). https://www.patientsafetyinstitute.ca/en/toolsresources/safetycompetencies/pages/default.aspx.
Ceravolo, D. J., Schwartz, D. G., Foltz-Ramos, K. M., & Castner, J. (2012). Strengthening communication to overcome lateral violence. Journal Of Nursing Management, 20(5), 599-606. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2834.
Kovacich, J., & Greer-Williams, N. (2015). Interdisciplinary Communication and Collaboration Among Physicians, Nurses, and Unlicensed Assistive Personnel. Journal Of Nursing Scholarship, 47(3), 275-284. doi:10.1111/jnu.12130
USE THESE COURSE CONCEPTS
• Self-as care provider
• Complex Communication
• Communication Patterns in Diverse Groups
• Interprofessional Teams
• Interdisciplinary Teams
• Resolving Conflict
• Negotiation AND Safety Competencies