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Abstract                 Volume:6  Issue-1  Year-2018          Original Research Articles


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Interpersonal Relationship Skill of Staff Nurses
V. Sheeja1* and K. Reddemma2
1MIMS College of Nursing, Vazhayoor, Puthukode PO, Ramanattukara-673633, India
2National Consortium for PhD in Nursing, INC, St. John’s College of Nursing, Sarjapur Road, Bengaluru- 560034, Karnataka, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The success of nurses in delivering the patient care are depend on with their Interpersonal Relationship Skills. Nurses are the core member in the health care team. Nurses are able to provide the quality patient care through their therapeutic relationship. Nurses should be skilled in their soft skills. Their soft skills can be measured through the IPR Skills Scale. This study has been undertaken in an attempt to assess the Interpersonal Relationship Skills of staff nurses working in the hospitals. Assess the Interpersonal Relationship Skills of staff nurses working in the hospitals. A quantitative approach to assess the Interpersonal Relationship Skills of staff nurses with a descriptive design was adopted in the study. Non- Probability method through simple random sampling technique and IPR Skills Scale was used to collect data from staff nurses working in hospitals at Bangalore. Staff nurses are having an average Interpersonal Relationship Skills. Staff nurses have more involvement in working as a team member and comprehensive approach while caring for their patients. Team work and comprehension have scored the highest in the Interpersonal Relationship Skills. Soft skills for the nurses are basis of providing the nursing care to their patients. Nurses with good interpersonal relationship skills are needed in the health care delivery system. Results of this present study demonstrate that staff nurses have an average Interpersonal Relationship Skills. Findings suggest that Nurse Administrators should make efforts that are needed to improve the Interpersonal Relationship Skills of staff nurses for a positive ambience in their workplaces.

Keywords: IPR= Interpersonal Relationship Skills
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How to cite this article:

Sheeja C. V. and Reddemma K. 2018. Interpersonal Relationship Skill of Staff Nurses.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 6(1): 40-43
doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrar.2018.601.007