Although both two models are common in the practice of occupational therapy, they are different in many ways. In this essay, I will compare the differences between two models. To start with, there are differences between the assumptions of the two models. In MOHO, this model views human being as a dynamic system, and the interaction between the system, task, and environment results in occupational behaviour; recognises that occupation is affected by factors that are outside and inside the person; looks therapy as a process that people are helped to engage in doing things in order to sculpt their occupational abilities and identities. In PEOP
Even with evidence practice decision making is crucial depend upon each situation. Human beings are different in nature. So as each practitioner’s qualities are different. Furthermore, evidence-based practice appears to share very similar definitions,
The concept of pain has many different meanings to different people, therefore clarifying the concept of pain will in turn help in the treatment in patient with pain. Pain is often divided into two categories, acute pain and chronic pain. The two have different and
In the UK, policies for health, safety and security are not only give positive impact it also creates dilemma in relation to implement. Dilemma refers to a situation in which a difficult choice has to he made between two or more alternatives, especially equally undesirable ones. There are different types of dilemma in safety. This includes * Resource implications * Risk to self or others * Rights of service-users and safety consequence * Differing priorities between stakeholders Health and social care workers as well as care takers can fall into different dilemma related to health and social care decision. One of the dilemmas is ethical dilemma.
The world is a diverse population, with people coming from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. A person’s views, values, and traditions determine their daily needs and practices. So, healthcare providers face certain challenges and restrictions because a patient’s belief may inhibit professionals from providing the most effective care. Therefore, cultural competence is an important idea for healthcare providers to consider when understanding and respecting patients. Balcazar, Suarez-Balcazar, and Taylor-Ritzler (2009) noted in “Cultural competence: Development of a conceptual framework” that cultural competence is difficult to define and measure, but it can be demonstrated by adjusting healthcare practices and interventions in order to
It basically involves the identification of problems and needs of the people and relating these problems to the factors related with the person and his environment. Rehabilitation is not only restricted to the narrow boundaries of physical disease but also deals with the consequences of disability which can be psychological in nature .These consequences may affect the personal and social environment in which the disabled person has to function. It is different from most of the medicine as it cannot be carried out by medical practitioners alone but also requires the active partnership of a wide range of health professionals and social workers. Rehabilitation, thus includes not only the training of persons with disabilities but also provides intervention for adaptation in the environment, general systems of society and for the protection of human rights. Need for Rehabilitation Every disabled has the right to be rehabilitated, to be productive, useful and be a functional part of society.
Introduction Although diet is necessary for survival, it been reported as one of the major lifestyle related risk factor of a wide spectrum chronic diseases. Dietary information and changes in the usual or habitual dietary intake could have a serious impact on different diseases. At Individual level, assessing the dietary intake is necessary to determine the person dietary adequacy. At research level, assessment methods are an important part of any dietary studies, which determine how diet influences the health of individuals and populations. Furthermore, to obtain an accurate dietary intake assessment it’s the challenging process that researchers, dieticians and other healthcare professionals are facing.
2. DATA COLLECTION IN NURSING RESEARCH Data refers to result/information acquired through assessment interpretation, analysis, reflection, evaluating, computing and so on which are subsequently recorded. The collected data can be in form of a primary, secondary or tertiary records which can be derived from either internal and external sources or both. Hence, making data available to establishments inexhaustible. The choice of data collection strategies is often a challenge to organizations and thus they must be cautious and discerning whenever there is a need to collect data.
Therefore, the preventative measures must be applied whenever an invasive procedure is intended. Second, the inadequate patient management. The contributing factors that influence the patient management are numerous, here some
Nonetheless, in reality, despite care being an integrated and ongoing process, there is likely to be conflict within each of the phases of care and between them (Tronto, 1993:104-109). For instance, according to Tronto (1993: 109), care-givers will find that their needs to look after themselves will come in conflict with the care they must provide others, which is why care-givers ability to mediate these conflicts will affect the quality of care. As aforementioned, care revolves