I am in my final weeks of nursing school
. In my one of my clinical conferences
I have been assigned to talk about "how to talk to a doctor" as a nurse. The information I present has to be evidence based. The only problem is that I cant find any evidence in the research. In a few articles there is a very general discussion on collaboration but not how a nurse should talk to a doctor. I need help.
Does anyone know of any research articles or books on this? Does anyone
have tips for how to "talk to a doctor"? I have my own idea of how to do this
and it seems up to the individual nurse to adapt to the situation or doctor to convey his or her ideas.
Oh yeah and funny doctor stories are always appreciated and loved.
May 13, '07
I'm sure you've probably already heard about this (the SBAR process)?
O and BTW some research has been conducted recently regarding how many nurses feel they've been verbally abused by a physician(although I must confess I have some problems with that particular take on the subject). I don't have links to the articles, but this subject was discussed recently at a nursing research conference I attended.
Last edit by GratefulHeart on May 13, '07