This type of approach allows for more personalized treatments tailored to each individual patient’s unique needs instead of the ‘one size fits all’ model typically employed prior to this shift. By educating future healthcare providers on how best to deliver quality care that takes into account not only medical issues but also psychological ones too – it helps create an environment where nurses can build positive relationships with those they serve; ultimately resulting in improved outcomes & satisfaction among patients & family members alike.
In order to use this trend towards improved patient-centered education within the nursing field, current practices must be evaluated & updated accordingly based on new evidence-based research findings related thereto. This includes integrating relevant topics into course syllabi so that students have adequate exposure & experience when discussing these matters before entering clinical settings or professional practice environments. Faculty should also work with advocacy groups or local healthcare facilities to ensure they are aware of changes in their communities. Curriculums can then be adapted accordingly.