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Index de Enfermería

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MUNOZ DEVESA, Aarón; MORALES MORENO, Isabel; BERMEJO HIGUERA, José Carlos  y  GALAN GONZALEZ SERNA, José María. The help relationship in nursing. Index Enferm [online]. 2014, vol.23, n.4, pp.229-233. ISSN 1699-5988.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4321/S1132-12962014000300008.

Nursing is a profession mainly based on the relationship established between the nurse and the person who cares. Nowadays, that relationship is being relieved by modernization produced by the biomedical model. However, this relationship has a crucial influence related to quality and satisfaction of care; in the other hand, it has an important influence in human wellbeing too. Help Relationship is a kind of relation which reaches more than the biological area thorough empathy and dialogue. This kind of relation established is so important that NIC Taxonomy includes different therapeutical treatments based on help relationship, with activities such as presence, contact or active listening. Help relationship is not included literally in the taxonomy such it is because it is not considered as an intervention by itself although it is the essence of nursing. Therefore, it is necessary to know our essence to carry it out and pick it up where we really are by the subject of care and whole welfare. In this subject fits the aim of this article: to describe the help relationship as an important support for the patient and its components related to Nursing proffesion, as well as the interventions in which it can be identified according to NIC taxonomy.

Palabras clave : Nursing; Relationship Support; Empathy; Active Listening; Comprehensive Care.

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