Background: Describe a nursing situation you encountered this week. Today we attended clinical for second time. Our main focus was patient with COPD or any gas exchange difficulty. We assessed the patients with gas exchange problems. For example, my patient had COPD disorder.
The school have to apply the national policies which are related to children, young people and families and have a good knowledge of the policies, one of these important policies that the school have to follow is the Every Child Matters policy, for children nationally this has had great impact on them. Schools will need to create their own policies in accordance with the national guidelines, such as the safeguarding policy for children and the child protection policy, in following guidelines from the local education authorities. It is the school’s responsibility to make sure that staff, parents and carers of children and visitors are informed about the policies in school, which apply to them. The Every Child Matters policy has 5 key aims for
Conclusion Family work practice is one of important element in CAFS. Working with families would not be separated from treatments for those children and youth who are suffering from serious mental, and alcohol and drug issues. The family is the fundamental unit of society, and it has huge direct and indirect impacts on child’s development. There is possibility that the child could be exposed to risks. With family intervention including psychoeducation and family therapies, practitioners are able to offer opportunities to gain more understanding of mental health and coping strategies to the clients and their families.
Influence of Imitate Partner Violence and Parenting Practices Summary The research explores the link between imitate partner violence, parenting practices, and the trauma symptoms in children. This area of study is important to observe so that psychologists are able to have some indication of factors that relate to children experiencing problems with stress, coping with trauma, perceiving threats, hyperarousal, avoidance, fear, security, interpersonal relationships, and negative self-attributions (Ehrensaft, Knous-Westfall, & Cohen, 2016). Also, this area is significant because psychologists can use the research to find methods to reduce the impacts of imitate partner violence on children psychologically and find which parenting practices
I chose to write this paper because, as a doula, I often get asked the pros and cons of each side. Either way you decide, the most important thing is to provide the best possible outcome for yourself and your newborn child. It is a big responsibility that should not be taken lightly, so educate yourself with as much information as you can in order to make the right decision for your own situation. Some good books to read on home birth: Spiritual Midwifery by Ina May Gaskins The Home Birth Book by Charlotte
Kohlberg’s Postconventional Morality Theory This theory reference to being able to develop moral principles that transcend one’s own society, such as, individual ethics, societal rights, and universal principles of right and wrong (Hutchison, 2015, pg.235). Carmen life portrayed this theory when she starting looking for options for her baby. She knew she didn’t want to abort, so she went looking for all the options she had before making a decision that was going to impact her life and especially the child’s life when they grow up. Person and The Environment Biopsychological
According to Strage (2000), authoritative parenting incorporates with high standards for achievement such as demandingness provide emotional support and encouraging independence in the adolescent. Authoritarian parents try to shape, control, and jugged the behavior of the children’s and they usually followed an absolute standard. They also used punishing and forceful measures when the child’s views conflicted with parents. The permissive parenting style matches to the behaviors of affection and responsiveness with the child, without any restrictions for appropriate behavior. Mandara and Murray (2002) used the approach of Baumrind and they want to study the association between parental rearing, psychopathology, and competence in childhood and in adolescence.
This period is an continue process in education which is focus on physical and cognitive development The child development is an continuous process where the child develop an appropriate behaviour which define de child in the relation whit himself or with adults. There are two very important factors which can influence the child development. If a child is experiencing emotional stress states and he cannot cope with, this can affect his ability to develop physically and learn. We like adults have to provide all the opportunities to learn , ensuring protection and above all love. Early education is considering the fundamental period for brain development.
My experience in an elementary school has given me the chance for mutual learning and collaboration with non-health professionals within the broader context of the community. Through this experience, I’ve realized that it is important to address potential conflict triggers, as it can be detrimental for nursing students, as seen in my situation. Additionally, it is essential to overcome and address the barriers in order to establish successful interprofessional collaboration. By doing so, as an interprofessional team we will be able to enhance the quality of pediatric health in a school setting. Overall, I’ve learnt that working in interprofessional team has proven to have a positive impact on my learning by developing synergy between myself and health and non-health
The strategies of family centered care articulate with the key elements of family centered care described most frequently in the comprehensive literature review conducted by (Mackean, Thurston & Scott, 2005). The first strategy is perceiving the family as integral to and/or the constant in the child’s life, and the child’s essential wellspring of strength and support. This means that the family will be the constant for any interventions and expected health outcomes for the child’s health care; Intervention (Family) = Expected health outcomes. The second strategy is recognizing the uniqueness and diversity of children and families. It is crucial to acknowledge that each family is unique and different.
It also takes into account the parent’s ability and willingness to take responsibility and work with professionals to achieve change. The Turnell and Edwards Signs of Safety which is a strengths based, safety oriented approach can also be utilised alongside the CAF. This strategy aims to work with all individuals involved in the case to assess and plan safety and reduce risk and danger through focusing on the resources and networks that the family has (Signs of Safety, 2015). This approach involves the issues of concern, strengths already