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Promoting better care for stigmatised patients

Promoting better care for stigmatised patients

Promoting better care for stigmatised patients

Jessica Pottle and Jill Marotta
Jessica Pottle and Jill Marotta
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 26 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 30 Jul 2020

Reference: 186316

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Ebun Ojedoja (29 Jul 2020)
be careful.
LYNET MBAYA (26 Jul 2020)
Great reminder of ethics
IZEDONMWEN Eronmwon (24 Jul 2020)
was able to learn another interesting module

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Description

This learning module discusses the role of nurses and nurse leaders in the prevention and resolution of patient stigmatisation. The multiple nurse, patient and environmental factors that contribute to difficulties in nurse-patient interactions are outlined. The antecedents and consequences of patient stigmatisation are discussed and leadership strategies for counteracting and preventing patient stigmatisation are explored. The reader is encouraged to reflect on the role of patient stigmatisation in nursing practice and consider ways to promote better care of stigmatised patients.

Objectives

Aims:
The aim of this module is to present nurses and nurse leaders with strategies to prevent and resolve patient stigmatisation. It explores the antecedents and consequences of patient stigmatisation with reference to the literature. It also explores the characteristics that distinguish professional nurse-patient interactions from social interpersonal interactions. A brief review of professional nursing ethics and Orlando’s (1990) theory of the deliberative nursing process is undertaken. Consideration is given to leadership strategies to resolve nurse-patient conflict. Finally, proactive strategies to prevent difficult nurse-patient encounters are explored.
After completing this module you should be able to:
Analyse the interactional factors that contribute to difficulties in nurse-patient encounters.
Examine patient stigmatisation and its consequences.
Outline the professional and ethical mandates to prevent and counteract patient stigmatisation.
Identify leadership strategies to promote patient and nurse dignity when patient stigmatisation has occurred.
Describe techniques used to prevent patient stigmatisation.
Jessica Pottle and Jill Marotta

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Jessica Pottle and Jill Marotta
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Jessica Pottle, Registered nurse, Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle, Washington, United States.
Jill Marotta, Clinical leader, Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle, Washington, United States.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (22)

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Ebun Ojedoja (29 Jul 2020)
be careful.
LYNET MBAYA (26 Jul 2020)
Great reminder of ethics
IZEDONMWEN Eronmwon (24 Jul 2020)
was able to learn another interesting module
GENZA JOSEPH (14 Jul 2020)
very good
Belinda Ackachie (6 Jul 2020)
good
Abdulakarim Buba (6 Jul 2020)
very good
JOSEPHINE NGARURAMURUNDA (5 Jul 2020)
ok
STEPHEN OKUNNUWA (1 Jul 2020)
good
Victoria Davis (30 Jun 2020)
Educative
Patience Ogumu (30 Jun 2020)
Excellent
OGIERIAKHI RUTH OSARODE (18 Jun 2020)
very interesting
THEODETTE MUTAMURIZA (15 Jun 2020)
need long time to read and understand
HELEN PETER (5 Jun 2020)
very constructive
SHWARJI YILKA (29 May 2020)
very educative
SERAPHINE NIBATEGERE (28 May 2020)
VERY GOOD
JANNET JESEMAN (25 May 2020)
educational
Nwafor Chukwudi Philip (23 May 2020)
this modules highlight us more on care of stigmatised patient
Ms MAUREEN OPULE BSc (23 May 2020)
not bad
Mpiegbulam Chinyere (13 May 2020)
it refresh my knowledge
HENRY KHANIWA (11 May 2020)
the information had broaden my knowledge on how to prevent stigmatization of patients
IRENE NYANKESHA (8 May 2020)
was interest
MARGARET KILEL (15 Apr 2020)
The module was very challenging.

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