Common Errors in Family Interviewing
How to Avoid and Correct
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How to Use Questions in Family Interviewing
Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
Increase your interviewing skills by using questions that are effective and time-efficient! Wright and Leahey demonstrate how to use questions that engage all family members and focus the meeting, assess the impact of the illness/problem on the family, elicit family coping strategies/strengths, intervene and invite change, and request family feedback.…
Family Nursing Interviewing Skills
Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
Through this film "Family Nursing Interviewing Skills: How to Engage, Assess, Intervene, and Terminate with Families", observe the four stages of a family nursing interview from engagement through termination. Wright and Leahey define and demonstrate key perceptual, conceptual, and executive skills; show how to apply these skills in family nursing…
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Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
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Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
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The co-developers of the Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM), Drs. Lorraine M. Wright and Maureen Leahey demonstrate the Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM) in clinical practice. Highlighting the structural, developmental, and functional categories of CFAM in clinical interviews, they present examples of specific questions the nurse can ask the family,…
How to Do a 15 Minute (or Less) Family Interview
Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
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Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
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Family Nursing collection
Family Nursing collection of videos is a great resource for nursing and health faculty. The videos offers practical training and advice on how to interview and avoid common pitfalls in different health contexts, such as in situations involving families or where serious health concerns are at stake.
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