Living with a different sense of hearing is a silencing experience that can change persons' patterns of relating and even deprive them of effective ways to give and receive messages with other human beings. People who live with having a different sense of hearing are often stigmatized, labeled, and judged by nurses, healthcare professionals, and family members alike. This column examines practice possibilities for nurses who choose the human becoming way of being with persons living with a different sense of hearing.
|Name||Lawrence Erlbaum Associates|
- Human becoming
- Nursing practice
- True presence