Importance of Psychology in Nursing?


The importance of psychology in nursing is to help the nurses deal with patients' emotional problems caused by their health problems. A lot of times poor health can lead to depression and nurses skilled in dealing with psychological problems are better equipped to handle that issue.
Q&A Related to "Importance of Psychology in Nursing?"
In psychology the unit of study is individual. Thus, it helps to understand and accept individual differences.
A patient in the hospital. Psychologists and nurses both have the common goal of understanding the emotional and biological needs of their patients. Although nurses sometimes provide
Nurses spend much more time with patients than Doctors do and they are in a really personal situation with their patients. I think it's important to understand the psychological effects
How the human brain functions. How conditioning works. How people interact socially.
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