Caring for a patient vs. providing medical assistance

  1. 0 When dealing with a patient, which proves more important, genuinely caring for the patient and making them feel comfortable or providing the most efficient medical treatment or is a combination of the two?
  2. Poll: Which is more important

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  4. Visit  lsboecken profile page

    About lsboecken

    Joined Dec '13; Posts: 3.

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  5. Visit  Aurora77 profile page
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    Is this homework? What do you think about which is more important?
  6. Visit  SHGR profile page
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    Is this a trick question?
  7. Visit  lsboecken profile page
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    No, I have never had a stay at the hospital and am simply curious to know what reality is like working as a nurse. The textbook only teaches so much...
  8. Visit  IrishErin profile page
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    Quote from lsboecken
    No, I have never had a stay at the hospital and am simply curious to know what reality is like working as a nurse. The textbook only teaches so much...
    And that's why you have clinical rotations so that you get the hands-on experience of caring for patients and not just reading theory from a book
    LadyFree28 likes this.
  9. Visit  SubSippi profile page
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    In reality, your job is going to center around making sure all of your patients poop on a regular basis.
    SHGR likes this.


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