Therapeutic Client-Centered Care

Identify and describe the chosen indicator and its interrelatedness to the 5’c

Chosen Indicator: Negotiating with the client both the nurse’s and the client’s roles, as well as the roles of family and significant others, in achieving the goals identified a care plan

Doane & Varcoe’s five C’s of relational inquiry are– compassionate, curious, committed, competent or corresponding

Chosen “C”: Compassionate

Instruction & Reference

In this scholarly paper students will explore the interconnectedness of the relational inquiry approach to the therapeutic nurse-client relationship.

The College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) Practice standard Therapeutic nurse-client relationship, (Revised 2006). Students will also select one of Doane & Varcoe’s five C’s of relational inquiry (compassionate, curious, committed, competence or corresponding).

Students will choose one indicator from their chosen standard statement and describe the interrelatedness of their chosen indicator to one of Doane & Varcoe’s five C’s of relational inquiry.

Instructions for Completing the Written Assignment

Is no more than 2 pages, double spaced (excluding title page and reference page).

  1. Each student in the group will choose one corresponding indicator from CNO (2019) standard statement.
  2. Describe the chosen CNO (2019) indicator and how it relates to the standard statement.
  3. Identify and describe the chosen “C” of relational inquiry (compassionate).
  4. Discuss the interrelatedness of the chosen “C” to the indicator.
  5. Include a minimum of 3 references to support your information (only 1 of these can be from a course reading). One of the scholarly articles should include a nurse author. Scholarly sources should be within the last 10 years. Identify the nurse authored article with an asterisk (*).

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