The bathing issue occurs for months without anyone saying anything about it, because most of the elderly family members don’t even go visit them, so they are not there to witness or defend their relative. I do believe nurses should be taking care of their patients with compassion (Peate 1). I am sure that when their family members get sick they want the best care they could get so why not treat your patients like they are part of your family. There are many nurses out there that I’ve seen from my experience not even liking to teach student nurses when they go to their clinical. If they are not happy with what they do they should not be there making sick patients feel worse than they already
Considering that there is no physician and neighbors nearby, he was forced to nurse for his wife but to no avail. He can only do much. Following the tradition of the dead, Murlock prepared his wife for burial – fixed her hair and making the final details. Though left with the thought of being alone, not a single tear show. However, his entire being is in a state of shock and with a feeling of restlessness.
June doesn’t tell her mom that any of this is happening, all she tells her mom is that she fell on the cement. Little did June know it would get much worse when she coincidentally moves in next to the other June. In the end, as the other June was going to stab June, the teacher saw and the other June got sent to the office. June knew, that she wouldn’t have to worry about the other June again. This story shows that June was treated badly by the other June.
Golding uses the conch shell as a symbol of order and civilization on the island of boys. In the beginning, the conch is a beautiful shell that holds power and respect, but in the end of the book, the shell no longer holds the power and it is not important to the more savage boys such as Jack and Roger. The shell is destroyed when Piggy is killed which represents the loss of order as they turn into savages and descend to hell. A subtheme that is portrayed by this is that the most beautiful and orderly things in life can be destroyed by evil. When the boys first arrive they all come to the call of the shell on the paradise island.
Kipling writes that “they would all rush together in mobs and shout: “There is no one in the jungle so wise and clever and strong and gentle as the Bandar-log (42).” ” The Bandar-log monkeys are the complete opposite of their descriptions of themselves, and the monkeys also brag about the tasks that they do not accomplish. Baloo says that “they boast and chatter and pretend that they are a great people about to do great affairs in the jungle (Kipling, 31).” Today’s bullies and the Bandar-log monkeys believe that they are better than everyone else, and they both think that the things they do are something to be proud
While Phaedra was sick and her nurse was trying to figure out the cause, Phaedra states, “But for me, honor lies in silence”(Hippolytus, 329) this shows that Phaedra never even wanted to admit her love for Hippolytus and chose to keep it to herself even if it meant she would fall ill. Later, when Phaedra’s nurse got her to admit the cause of her sickness, Phaedra explains, “At first when love had struck me, I reflected how best to bear it. Silence was my first plan: to conceal that illness”(Hippolytus 393-395) to prove that she decided it best to keep her feelings a secret. She further explains, “Next, I believed that I can conquer love, conquer it with discretion and good sense. And when that too failed me, I resolved to die”(Hippolytus, 398-400), Phaedra explained her whole plan on how she was going to go about her feelings for Hippolytus and none of it ever mentions trying to fulfill them. Phaedra also states, “I cannot bear that I should be discovered a traitor to my husband and my children”(Hippolytus, 420-421) to make clear where her loyalties lie and to prove that she would never do anything that went against her family.
However, she just gives the incorrect dose of medication. This then leads to the child falling ill and having to be admitted to hospital. The parents then had to be informed about their child that was in hospital. Additionally, the nursery worker was responsible for this incident, as she did not take the time to read the instructions before giving out medication. This poor practice has
I will give my patient the pseudonym of Jane, who was diagnosed with psychotic depression. Jane was attending the bathroom when I was called to assist her. She felt unable and unmotivated to clean herself after utilising the toilet. I encouraged her to stand with minimal assistance as requested. I ensured that my voice was quiet throughout, so that no patients around us could hear what was happening.
Scenario 2 begins as a New Graduate Nurse who is working their first day at an aged care facility. The Graduate Nurse witnessed an incident where another nurse (Nurse Kelly) disregarded the Codes of Conduct when treating a patient. The Graduate Nurse reported the incident, however, the Charge Nurse did not solve the problem due to her fear of Nurse Kelly. The Charge Nurse informed the Director who is a friend of the other nurse. However, the problem was not resolved due to the director catering for the nurse’s personal issues that he was aware of.
The conflict that stands out most is the near miss incident that occurred. As Brian pulled aside the night shift nurse who was reported for not scanning the insulin, he was made aware that the nurse did scan the dose before giving it, however the scan did not save in the EMR. The only thing I potentially would have changed would be pulling in the night shift and day shift nurse to talk through the incident with them, to avoid any rumors from beginning. After completing this rotation, I feel that a leader/manager is a vital part of the nursing team. They are responsible for ensuring patient safety and quality care, as well as advocating for their nursing staff.