Assessment task 2: Relationships in Mental Health Nursing- Written Task
Intent: This is a written assignment that focuses on interpersonal relationships in nursing. Nurses from all specialties exercise this capacity throughout the course of healing. The therapeutic relationship in mental health nursing, also known as the therapeutic alliance, is an interpersonal, mutual and negotiated collaboration. Therapeutic relationships/therapeutic alliances are the cornerstone of mental health nursing. This written task will require you to demonstrate a theoretical understanding of therapeutic relationships/the therapeutic alliance in nursing. This is an individual assignment.
Objective(s): This assessment task addresses subject learning objective(s):
A, B. C and E
This assessment task contributes to the development of graduate attribute(s):
1.0, 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0
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Task: The capacity for meaningful interactions and relationships is an important nursing skill. Discuss how and why mental health nurses develop therapeutic relationships/therapeutic alliances with consumers who have depression. Please access the Assessment folder on UTS Online for further information. Please note the following requirements:
-Your essay must make reference to nursing and mental health literature.
-Your essay does not require introduction or conclusion paragraphs.
-Structure responses under two headings:
Question one• How do nurses develop therapeutic relationships/alliances with consumers who have depression?
Question two- Why do nurses develop therapeutic relationships/alliances with consumers who have depression?
-Minimum 8 references expected. Online blogs are not a viable reference.
-Only word documents are to be submitted (no PDFs).
-Your essay must be submitted to Tumitin for a similarity report.
Length: 1000 words