Aug. 15, 2017
Effective communication is a soft skill that is key for success in almost anything, whether it concerns maintaining a good relationship or remaining productive in the workplace. For nursing, however, good communication skills can make a big difference in the quality of patient care. Nursing educators can shape tomorrow’s nurses to become better communicators, allowing them to achieve improved patient outcomes and deliver high quality care.
Here are five ways to enhance the communication skills of nursing students, based on some of the latest research in the field.