By Gertrud Ujhely R.N., Ph.D. (auth.)
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Or think of the efforts in the past quarter of a century to make the hospital a more home-like place for the patient. , treatment facilities. They should not lure patients into deluding themselves that they have found an ideal substitute home where no demands will be made on them except to go from one scheduled recreational activity to another. We know very little as yet about what the characteristics of an environment should be that, on one hand, meets enough of the patient's needs to free his energy for growth and recuperation but which, at the same time, by this very meeting of his needs, WHAT THE NURSE BRINGS TO THE RELATIONSHIP does not stifle his incentive to unfold himself to full capacity.
Some nurses complain that we teach techniques of interpersonal relationships to nursing students instead of seeing to it that they develop kindness in their attitudes and manner (3) . Apparently these critics see kindness and sensitivity on one hand, and the intelligent application of theory on the other, as mutually exclusive propositions. Does knowledge really have to preclude politeness? Does a solid hold on principles really necessitate a frozen heart? Do not all nurses, those with little and those with much more formal knowledge, want primarily to help their patients?