MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEW IN NURSING STUDENTS OFFERING PROFESSIONAL NURSING CARE
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Keywords:Educations, Nursing, Nursing Care, motivational Interviewing
The nursing process includes the presentation of comprehensive knowledge, skills and understanding. Gaining this knowledge and understanding is very important for student nurses. The emotions experienced by student nurses while providing professional care and the meaning they give to education and profession may differ. In the presentation of the nursing profession, which has quite complex and complex knowledge and theoretical background concepts, it is very important for students to be motivated, internalize nursing concepts and develop their own nursing perspectives, believe in the usefulness of their practices, manage possible sudden changes, and make the right decision and practice between ethical dilemmas. In this context, the motivation and willingness of each student may differ depending on individual differences. The use of motivational interviewing approach may be beneficial for people who are needed in their preparation for the profession and in providing professional care. Motivational interviewing is defined as “a client-centered approach that provides behavior change by helping the client discover and analyze the ambivalence they experience, and makes use of directives for this”. It has many uses such as addiction treatment, healthy behavior acquisition, mental problems, diet and nutrition habits, sports gains, drug compliance. Another area of use that is not frequently mentioned is education and business life. The purpose of this review is to examine the training and practice motivations of student nurses, who are expected to gain professional care skills, from the perspective of motivational interviewing approach.
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