When Jeannette explains to Rex Walls what Erma did to Brian, he starts to shake and cover his ears and pretend like he couldn’t hear them. After Lori and Jeannette talk, Jeannette thinks, “You’d be weird, too, if Erma was your mom... it would explain a lot… Why he drank so much and why he got so angry.” Rex Walls tried to escape from Welch and its people for a better future, but in the end couldn’t escape from his problems because he focused too much on his past and never gave the future his complete attention. When the mines started to shut down, many people turned to alcohol and drugs to keep their minds off of their problems in life. Erma also turned to alcohol and drugs to forget her past, and abused Rex Walls both mentally, physically, and sexually, eventually leading Rex Walls down the same path with alcohol and drugs which made him lose all hope. Jeannette knows that both of her parents have no ambition to leave Welch for a better life, so she has to act independently to get out of Welch.
While knowing their characteristics they should also know how to interact with Native Americans as well since their culture is a lot different than ours, we want to make sure that we don’t disrespect them. Our healthcare providers would impact Native Americans and healthcare by showing them that we respect them and want to be there to help them anyways that we can so
I do believe that generational differences can have an impact on patient care, but it does not necessarily mean that impact is bad. Our ATI book focuses on some of the standout characteristics of each generation such as the baby boomer tendencies toward accepting authority and being loyal workaholics versus the gen Xers who place a higher priority on work/life balance and are more likely to leave a job but adapt more easily to change (Sommer, 2013, p. 37). These attitudes can result in conflicts as younger generations may be viewed as self-centered and lazy whereas older generations may be viewed to blindly follow protocols that are no longer valid and supported by scientific data; working hard rather than working smart. I tend to think of
Anti-abortion protestors are instilling fear in the doctors and all those around them. Bill O 'Reilly has said some harsh comments about Dr.Tiller on the air referring to him as a killer. We have freedom of speech but when it hurts others there is a limit to it. This movement to make abortions unavailable is working. Abortion providers and those around them are terrified.
Beneficence the action that protects and prevents harm of others and improves their situation (Pantilat, 2008). By changing the code status of this resident with treatment that is futile can improve the resident’s situation. The health care providers can concentrate on pain control and comfort management verses forcing treatment on the resident that will not improve their situation or relieve their suffering. Giving CPR and breaking her ribs to an actively dying resident could be considered doing physical harm which does not not result in improving the resident’s condition. Fidelity is loyalty, fairness, truthfulness, advocacy, and dedication to our patients.
Internment Camps were sort of like witch hunts because people were making judgments on their fellow citizens based on what they thought might happen, ancestry and what people looked like as well. This happened because the Americans were frightened for their country, family and way of lie, so they thought that they would be safer if the Japanese weren’t free. The Japanese Internment Camps were very similar to the Salem witch Trails because neither the accused “witches” or the Japanese Americans weren’t given the opportunity to defend themselves against persecutions. The Japanese were forced to go to these camps regardless of whether they were born in Japan or the US. They were presumed guilty of being a threat instead of being presumed
It is obvious that medical treatment can be very helpful for the patient and would provide results. However simple companionship may also help as they could simply talk about their problem. Counselling might actually help more than medical treatment which may have more of a negative effect emotionally on the patient. Medical treatment aims to heal the patients so they can return and function properly in society however this is not the case in ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ written by Ken Kasey. In his novel the mental institution serves as a method to keep the patients away from society and doesn’t function to help the men but to keep them passive.
The youth was tired of being help up to sexist and illogical standards from the generations before and the government. They felt that their freedom was being suppressed by the government. The government puts several bans on drugs and made censorship a more widespread regulation. The new generation wanted to be as free as possible and the government and social norms stopped them from that. Thus, resulted in a brand-new generation of a rebellious minority.
Trust relationship is a kind of interactive process that requires care and concern (Chin, 2001). In this incident, if I told any incorrect information to my patient, she would start to suspect whether I am a medical student or not and start not to believe me. Hence, our relationship would be destroyed. It is important for us to stand from patients’ point of view to think about their thought and ensure the information shared must be accurate before starting any conversation with the
Chanwalee then ended her speech, claiming that the current situation is ruining the medical industry as almost all of the doctors are frightened to be sued. Personally, I support Miss Chanwalee’s claim as increasing lawsuits against doctors may lead to medical industry