8 Things Nurses Should Never Say to Doctors
Marijke Durning | NursingLink
Verbal communication is a big part of nursing. As in any workplace, be it the halls of the hospital, or the four walls of a cubicle, we should always watch what we say. Our message isn’t always received as we intend them to be. It’s not so much about hurting someone’s feelings, as it is to become as effective and efficient as we can be, especially since much of our communication with doctors and other health care professionals occurs during busy times or emergencies.
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