Essential health services are critically delivered by nurses and are the core of the strength of the healthcare system. Nurses are the first respondents to complex humanitarian crises, protectors and advocates for community health. Communication is a significant component of sound service provision. The communication quality between patients and nurses has a considerable influence on the outcome of the patient. Increase effective nurse communication can reduce medical errors and make a positive outcome in the patient's health. This study explores how effective communication can help control infection and increase patient outcomes, also explains the methods that can be used for effective communication and their results if effectively used
Ineffective communication among the health professionals and patients is the leading cause of the medical error that occurs and results to harming the patients. Health care providers require to improve their communication with the patients to maintain the well-being of the patients (O’Toole et al.,2019).Several communications methods can be employed to ensure the safety of the patient is improved, and infection is control.