It will help me to interact with my clients with the course of dealing with them in the environment. Application of concept of the Current job : Nursing diagnosis is very important for a nurse to plan her client care , by this detail studies it has given me more information and help to give through care plan for my proper nursing diagnosis . Usefulness of the concept of the current world: To the world in general , nursing diagnosis goes a long way to help people to identify how they respond hoe they respond to health problem and life processes and how to intervene in a better way to help people heal or improve their quality of life. The nurse will gather all the data from her assessment and will identify high –priority nursing diagnosis.. Current related
Good morning class, when supporting a patient with a skin disorder the main priority is accommodate their any and every need. As a medical assistant it is our job to make the patient as comfortable as possible. Starting a common conversation, making the patient feel important while giving treatment or taking vitals. Managing the patients expectations is also very important, explain what you will be doing, and informing them on how long it will
(Thanee, November2013 and ).At this study also shows that some health care worker there is self reporteds that they are not doing the proper hand hygiene. Out of this the behavior was incrementally associated with transtheoretical model of behavior change stage to change and the theory of planned behavior domain remasre. At the doctor Ignaz.F Semmelweis who is pioneered hand hygiene in medicine noted lack of hand hygiene will causing patient infection or deaths. Some of the Colleugue noted about this, but they still not believed on hand causing disease spread. Due to this study showing that no matter the teaching technique or any item supply or teach to learner, at the end of the point still need to wait till learner to open his mind to accept the new concept.(D.
For instance, the team leader/RN could not delegate most of the tasks to the UAP since he/she feared that the UAP could underperform or deliver poor results. In the case study, it is indicated that the UAP had just been hired recently and hence he/she lacked the full understanding on how to provide nursing care to the patients. This led to the team leader performing most of the tasks. It is indicated that the UAP was constantly asking the RN questions yet the RN may have been busy attending to other patients. For example, the UAP tells the RN that Mr. L is feeling short of breath after walking to the
Student nurse Alice did not inform the staff nurse Mary that she could not serve medication without any supervision. Besides that, student nurse Alice also did not inform staff nurse Alice that she left Mr Tan's medication on Mr Abu's cardiac table in which causes Mr tan not to take his medication instead Mr Abu took it. Another reason was non-compliance towards hospital protocol due to lack of knowledge and competency. Staff nurse Mary breaks the six rights of medication administration by not serving the medication directly to Mr Tan. Thus, Mr Tan did not take his medication.
There is lack of resource and access to health care facilities in remote areas. People who are in desperate need for treatment are often mistreated, violated and not given any guidance or help as to how to avail the facilities of mental health care. In developing countries, like India, people suffer on a large scale from common mental illnesses but even these are left untreated. Social stigmas attached to the concept of being mentally ill dissuade people from coming out and confessing about their illnesses. The Government of India has introduced several attempts to make sure that the necessary facilities can be availed of.
Because of that, we have to work hard to bring about paradigm shift in thinking. The fact that palliative care is not seen as part of the main health care system means there are limited number of personal who want to come into this line of work. Furthermore, even though the important of palliative care has been alert, yet there is no palliative care course or curriculum in medical or nursing University. Many non-specialist and volunteer will developed by applying palliative care curriculum in medical. The activity of NGO programmes have make an examination and reveal that the palliative care services rely on
In the current medical institution, nursing professionals are meant to be known for their services in regards of their patients. It is important for nursing staff in medical institution to assess the health situation of their patients in order to understand the needs and requirements of them so is to help them promote their health (Honea, et al., 2008; Bryant, 2012).
As a nurse, patient communication is crucial. Nurses have more day-to-day contact with the patients than their doctors, so it’s up to the nurses to help patient understand their diagnosis and teach them how to participate in their recovery. Additionally being able to communicate and get the message across clearly for the nurse saves a lot of time and makes the workload a lot easier 14. Institutes or hospital with workers who have good interpersonal skill have a good reputation. Effective communications in a long run also benefits the health system as a whole by making it more efficient and cost effective.
Also, there were no training courses that teach staff how to communicate effectively with each other and patients and their relatives. There was promotion criteria not on performance appraisal, but sometimes favoritism between manager and some close staff play a role, led into less compliance of staff to provide quality care and all of this reflected to the way the deal with the patients that lead patients to unsatisfied. The organizational culture is linked to staff satisfactions that reflect on the quality of care provided and effect the patents satisfaction. Unstable and unhealthy culture affects the staff (Hermelin, 2009). Physical forms; These include location, open plan or individual offices, types of eating areas, business suits or casual attire, flipcharts or whiteboards, and office furniture(Cameron, 2007, p. 51).