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ROCHA OLIVEIRA, Thalita  and  FARIA SIMOES, Sonia Mara. The communication nurse-patient in treatment at the emergency services 24 hours: an interpretation in Travelbee. Enferm. glob. [online]. 2013, vol.12, n.30, pp.76-90. ISSN 1695-6141.

A descriptive survey and a qualitative boarding have as a goal to show the communication nurse-patient and the treatment in nursing that the 24h emergency services and to discuss the aspects of the communication and the interpersonal relationship nurse-patient in the treatment regarding the theoretical reference by Joyce Travelbee. Data were obtained after having being approved in the committee of ethics through the semi-structured interview applied to ten 2nd Lieutenants Military Firewomen Nurses in the District of Belford Roxo. The thematic analysis of the words made possible to demonstrate three categories: the revealed communication in the treatment of nursing; the communication nurse-patient in the spaces of care of the24h Emergency Unit and the aspects of the interpersonal relationship nurse-patient. To sum up, due to the relation human being- human being the communication and the added care in an Emergency Unit occur in its different objective and affective possibilities, instrumental and expressive, respectively, independent of the space of care.

Keywords : Nursing; nursing service; communitacion; emergency nursing.

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