CONDUCTING PROCESS RECORDING

CONDUCTING PROCESS RECORDING – Definition, Purpose, General Guidelines, Format for Process Recording and Details of Conversion (Mental Health Nursing)

DEFINITION

Process recording is the interaction or interview conducted and recorded by the nurse by using various communication techniques

PURPOSES

  • To study the patients psychological, social and emotional behavior
  • To evaluate the conduction of patient during admission, hospital stay and at the time of termination of hospital stay
  • To improve therapeutic communication skills of the nurse
  • To establish a therapeutic relationship

GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • Record the conversation verbatim
  • Use a recording device and obtain patient’s permission for using it. This will help in reviewing the session if needed
  • Note the non-verbal responses of patient and nurse when recording the session

FORMAT FOR PROCESS RECORDING

  • Name:
  • Age:
  • Sex:
  • Address:
  • Ward and bed no:
  • Marital status:
  • Language:
  • Religion:
  • Education:
  • Occupation:
  • Income:
  • Diagnosis:
  • Date of admission:
  • Date of interview:
  • Brief history or patient’s illness:
  • Objectives of interaction:
  • Time and duration of interaction:

DETAILS OF CONVERSATION

Nurse-Patient Interaction

Nurse – Patient

Verbal, Non-verbal

Inference

CONDUCTING PROCESS RECORDING – Definition, Purpose, General Guidelines, Format for Process Recording and Details of Conversion (Mental Health Nursing)
CONDUCTING PROCESS RECORDING – Definition, Purpose, General Guidelines, Format for Process Recording and Details of Conversion (Mental Health Nursing)

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