2024
DOI: 10.1186/s12913-024-10753-2
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Non-violent communication as a technology in interpersonal relationships in health work: a scoping review

Paula Arquioli Adriani,
Paula Hino,
Mônica Taminato
et al.

Abstract: Background Working in healthcare environments is highly stressful for most professionals and can trigger problems in interpersonal relationships that can result in horizontal violence. In order to prevent violence and improve the working environment, some strategies can be implemented to provide well-being for all those involved, whether directly or indirectly in health care, such as non-violent communication. The aim of this study was to map and synthesize the available scientific evidence on … Show more

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“…In communication, it is important not to humiliate the opponent, but to develop a culture of dialogue, to practice non-violent communication (Adriani et al, 2024). Systems thinking and communication skills will also be useful.…”
Section: B: Ethical Thinking and Communication Skills Of A Cooperatormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In communication, it is important not to humiliate the opponent, but to develop a culture of dialogue, to practice non-violent communication (Adriani et al, 2024). Systems thinking and communication skills will also be useful.…”
Section: B: Ethical Thinking and Communication Skills Of A Cooperatormentioning
confidence: 99%