Merging innovations in teach and research: Emotional self-awareness impact to therapeutic relationships
Barbara Jayne Beebe, MN, College of Nursing, Washington State University College of Nursing, Yakima, Washington, USA
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Research has found that having the ability to recognize one's own emotional self-awareness is crucial for positive outcomes in all nurse-patient relationships, leading to greater competency. This interactive learning provides a venue for personal exploration and growth, while merging opportunities to explore strategies for future research and student engagement.
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