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A dialectic view of the efficacy of nursing interventions. Connections between nursing interventions and effects of psychotherapy



A dialectic view of the efficacy of nursing interventions. Connections between nursing interventions and effects of psychotherapy



Pflege 12(1): 5-10



The following essay deals with the question whether there are psychotherapeutic effects within nursing interventions. The first part describes the framework for nursing interventions according to the nursing theories of I. King considering particularly the process of goal-achievement. Humanistic thoughts and views of Patterson, Zderad and Watson have also been taken into consideration. In order to look at the question concerning the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic intervention the scientific studies of K. Grawe, R. Donati und F. Bernauer as well as those of V. Tschuschke und D. Czogalik are discussed. Particular attention has been paid to the so-called non-specific factors with regard to the effectiveness of the interventions which was the basis for the formulation of the question. The second part combines the non-specific factors relating to the effectiveness of psychotherapy and the way in which nursing interventions work which is the basis for a model relevant to the different levels of nursing intervention. From this synthesis it can be said that nursing interventions do process psychotherapeutic effectiveness. To come to a conclusion the necessary consequences regarding training and continuing education in nursing management are discussed.

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