CoN Virtual Lab
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- Cross Cultural Communication: How Culture Affects CommunicationIssues in cross-cultural communication are examined including public behavior, taboos, power, stereotyping, time conceptualization, socialization, direct and indirect communication and high context versus low context cultures
- Custody and Caring: A Challenge for NursingExplores the dynamic role of providing mental health care in a correctional facility.
- Enhancing Communication and Counseling Skills in Today's PracticeThis program, consisting of seven parts will be of interest to nursing students and practicing nursing professionals who are interested in enhancing their communication and counseling skills
- Ethical Issues in Nursing: Commitment - Patients, Professionalism, and BoundariesThe focus of this program is the second provision of the American Nursing Association (ANA) Code of Ethics which states, The nurse's primary commitment is to the patient, whether an individual, family, group, or community. The role of the nurse as patient advocate is discussed. It also addresses conflicts of interest and professional boundaries. Realistic scenarios are used to demonstrate key points.
- Nonverbal Communication: Body Language, Gesture, and ProxemicsThis video explores bodily communication, including gestures and postures; proxemic communication; and tactile communication, or touch.
- Nonverbal Communication: Vocal Cues and Facial ExpressionsThis program explores vocal cues, facial expressions, and eye behaviors; offers explanations of and definitions for each form of nonverbal communication; and considers the communicative roles and functions of each.
- The 'How To' Family Nursing SeriesThis series presents live clinical scenarios that demonstrate how to do family nursing in actual practice. Interviews include a family with young children, middle-aged families and later life families. The health problems and health care settings are varied, as are the ethnic and racial groups. Intended for practicing nurses, educators, undergraduate and graduate nursing students, these programs will assist nurses to more effectively involve families in healthcare.