Patients may be of different sex, age, nationality, profession, social status, and health status. However, they all deserve respect, attention, and compassion. The nurse should cooperate with the patient to find the solution to the health problems. The combination of creative knowledge of the nurse together with the maintenance of the patient is the aesthetic knowing. The means of transformative acts support the issue of aesthetics in nursing.
Pain perception and physical injury are terms that relate to pain and pain processing. The purpose of this essay is to offer a description showing evidence that the entirety of ‘perception of pain’ does not solely rely on ‘physical injury’. In order to give this, the essay will try to define these two terms separately. This will include a short description of the pain pathways including certain processes that enables gating of pain perception. There are instances, factors and circumstances that enables gating of pain perception.
It is now too often the case industry conveys that information about mental disorders. While this education may be very beneficial in sensitizing populations to the mental health needs of children and adolescents it also holds the risk of distorted messages being conveyed to an anxious and needy populous, may limit the full potential of an appropriate diagnostic evaluation and limit the treatment options considered. Furthermore, oppression and domination are known to impact children and young adults in the foster care system. “Young people that are obstructed or prevented from becoming competent or from being able to communicate their opinions, desires, and emotions experienced a form of oppression” (Bruskas, Delilah, R.N., M.N. 2008).
The term itself shouldn’t have to be imposed on something so negative and it's time to make people realize that just because they merely have a disadvantage when it comes to certain tasks and by the way for those people putting so much harsh on those who are different, disabled people are quite successful. There is so many reasons on why people who are disabled that get the little respect they need so dearly, are being described as having less than ideal physical or mental characteristics. The majority of people getting describintized for the person you whether they might have a learning disability or
According to Walker & Avant (1995) any concept analysis will consist of more than one defining attribute; however, one needs to determine which attributes are appropriate for the purpose of exploration of the concept. Clinical attributes, or characteristics, associated with pain serve to distinguish the concept of pain from the concept of discomfort. As identified by Montes-Sandoval (1999), include: (a) an unpleasant, distressful, unwanted, uncomfortable experience; (b) neurophysiological, psychological, socio-cultural, response to harmful stimuli; (c) a subjective and difficult to describe sensation that cannot truly be measured or accurately perceived by others; (d) a unique experience that serves as a protective mechanism for self-preservation; (e) an adverse sensation to an actual or potential threat of physical or emotional injury or damage; and (f) distressful thoughts resulting from a mental misperception (p. 938). The common character between all uses of the term seems to be related to some form of discomfort. The critical attributes of pain can also serve importance in the formation of a model
Firstly, the introduction mentioned a lot about people who have autism spectrum disorder and their potential connection to developmental prosopagnosics in terms of facial recognition. However, the entire introduction talking about the parallelism of the two disorders seemed irrelevant given the fact that there was no mention of autism spectrum disorders after the introduction. Furthermore, it almost was confusing because it leads readers to believe that the researchers would also be looking at autism spectrum disorders. When looking at the information that the researchers provided it seems as though it may be difficult to replicate given that the information is limited. Although there were a few points that were a bit unnecessary and confusing, the overall organization was intuitive and followed a logical
Given that the assessment provides the necessary background assessment, nurses can draw from it to provide quality care services to patients. Finally but not least, the assessment helps care providers understand the situation of patients which allows them to identify their similarities or difference in cultural practices, stress
In comparison, the Health foundation (2014) has also identified four main principles of person-centred care, Affording people dignity, compassion and respect, Offering coordinated care, support or treatment, Offering personalised care, support or treatment, Supporting people to recognise and develop their own strengths and abilities to enable them to live an independent and fulfilling life. Both, Brooker’s and the health foundation’s principles emphasise the importance of valuing and treating patients with dignity while providing care, this is important as it empowers the patient and helps the health professionals see their patients as a person instead of their medical conditions only. Treating patients with dignity also corresponds with the set of values 6Cs (NHS 2013). The 6C’s are Care, compassion, commitment, competence, courage and communication. In particular dignity is related to providing care
As a nurse, your profession is to take care of people, if you do not know the professional value of altruism than you cannot possibly understand how important it is to care about the wellbeing of your patient. Not only do you need to focus on the wellbeing of your patient, but the patient
A case formulation helps organize information about a person, particularly when that information contains contradictions or inconsistencies in behavior, emotion, and thought content. Ideally, it contains structures that permit the therapist to understand these contradictions and to categorize important classes of information within a sufficiently encompassing view of the patient. A case formulation also serves as a blueprint guiding treatment and as a marker for change. It should help the therapist experience greater empathy for the patient and anticipate possible ruptures in the therapy alliance (Safran, Muran, Samstag, & Stevens, 2002; Samstag, Muran, & Safran,