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Process recording


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Process recording

  2. 2. INTRODUCTION…• Recording is an important & necessaryfunction of any organization whether it is anindustry, a business enterprise, a hospital orfor that matter even farming.• Recording is done in different ways in differentorganization & situations.• Process recording is the method of recordingused in psychiatric wards by
  3. 3. DEFINITIONProcess recording is a written accountor verbatim recording of all that transpired,during & immediately following the nurse-patient interaction. In other wards, it is therecording of the conversation during theinteraction or the interview between the nurse& the patient in the psychiatric setup with thenurse’s inference. It may be written during theinteraction or immediately after the
  4. 4. PURPOSE AND USED• The aim of process recording is to improve thequality of the interaction for better effect to thepatient & as a learning experience for the nurse tocontinuously improve her clinical interaction pattern.• Assist the nurse or student to plan, structure &evaluate the interaction on a conscious rather thanan intuitive level.• Assist her to gain competency in interpreting &synthesizing raw data under supervision.• Helps to consciously apply theory to
  5. 5. Count…• Helps her to develop an increased awareness of herhabitual, verbal & non-verbal communication pattern& the effect of those patterns on others.• Helps the nurse to learn to identify thoughts &feelings in relation to self & others.• Helps to increase observational skills, as there is aconscious process involved in thinking, sorting &classifying the interaction under the various headings• helps to increase the ability to identify problems &gain skills in solving
  6. 6. PRE-REQUISITES FORPROCESS RECORDING• Physical setting• Getting consent of the patient for thepossibility of cassette recording•
  8. 8. I. IDENTIFICATION DATAName:Age:Sex:Literacy:Ward No:Bed No:Religion:Income:Reliability:Marital Status:Occupation:Language:Date of
  9. 9. II. PRESENT COMPLAINTS:a) According to the patientb) According to the relativesIII. HISTORY OF PRESENTING COMPLAINTS:IV. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF INTERVIEW:• Patient’s point of view• Student’s point of
  10. 10. First InterviewDate:Time and Duration:Specific Objectives:Summary1. Summary list of reference2. Introspective observation3. Interview techniques used.www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comParticipants conversation Inference
  11. 11. Thank you !