Hey listen, D.StudentNurse. You don't need to be taught any skills. All you have to do is understand your energy field. I'm cutting and pasting a description of how to give an injection in the true Rogerian way. I am not making this up!
So let's take a pretty standard example - what is the difference between giving an injection in and out of Rogerian theory. Outside the context of the theory we imbue the ingredients in the syringe as the major ingredient in the interaction. How the contents of the syringe are delivered is of little relevance. Within the context of Rogerian science from the moment that the "intent" to deliver the contents of the syringe to the pt/client enters our consciousness we are "connected" to the "energy field" of the client. How we fill it, how we approach the client's room, how we enter the room, how we move toward the client, how we respect the intermingling of our energy field with that of the client, how we reach out to touch the client, the manner in which we initiate the actual contact, the manner in which we perturb/perceive the client's energy field, the way we introduce the needle to the client's IV's or body, the way we push the contents, the manner in which we withdraw the needle, the way we touch, stroke or do not touch or stroke the client, the manner in which we withdraw from the client's energy field, leave the room and then refocus on our next engagement with another client and consciously disentangle our own energy field from that of the last client are all significant variables that affect the manner in which the client responds to the interaction and to the delivery of the contents of the syringe.
The lesson dear D.StudentNurse, is that in order to learn to DO nursing, you're going to have to ask the nurses who are DOING it, (i.e., the staff on your clinical site), not the ones teaching it.