Using the SBAR communication Technique
The acronym SBAR stands for the crucial steps in the communication exchange. It seeks to present clear identification of the Situation, its Background and the speaker’s Assessment and Recommendations.
These scenarios depict interactions between physicians and nurses where either of the professionals has seemingly blown a situation out of proportion. For better implementation, it is always beneficial for the management to incorporate successfully any intricate interdisciplinary tensions that may be compromised during the implementation process. This will avoid having any representative from both sides defending their members in case they are depicted as poor communicators. It allows both representatives to view the situation as a teaching tool rather than the unfair depiction of a discipline. In addition to using this model in high-risk situations, several other areas may successfully utilize this in their communication. For instance, the senior leadership may use all kinds of reports. Therefore, increased use of this technique in an institution may inculcate it into the member’s response criteria. It also avoids the use of team decision-making processes since the required information may vary from one patient to the other. Thus, using SBAR helps to predict effectively the structure of communication between members and reduce errors through factual communication.
The synergy of this model is experienced mostly when the leadership elaborates the rules to be followed and how each query will be handled. ...