Briefcases: Steps toward Rhetorical Analysis”, Carroll describes the need for rhetorical analysis to assist in decoding the purpose and intent behind a cornucopia of the situation we faced daily. She elucidates the subject by describing the steps that we need to effectively to do it. She points out how we analyze people around us by making quickly a conclusion to the person that we are analyzing. As a student, it is important that we use Rhetorical Analysis as a strategy to communicate effectively. For example, when we write an essay, we need to show how the text convinces us of its position.
Pharmacists are trained to have good communication skills for educating the patient and should be done using simple and common words for the patient’s easy understanding. c. The pharmacist helps the patient understand the precautions, the possible side effects, how and when to take the medication, how long the medication should be taken for, what to do if a dose was to be missed and explain drug-food interactions. A one on one talk with the pharmacist will enable a platform where the patient can clear their doubt and summarize their understanding of their prescribed medication. d. Most patients do not adhere to their medication due to the complexity of the dosage regime; in this, case the pharmacist can suggest that the prescriber breaks down the dose regime using medication cards or dosette to simplify the
DUE programs play a important role in helping managed health care systems to understand, interpret, review and improve the pattern of prescribing, administration and usage of medications. Employers and health plans find DUE programs effective since the outcomes are used to foster more effective use of scarce health care resources. Pharmacists play a important role in this process because of their skill in the area of drug therapy management. DUE affords the managed care pharmacist the chance to identify trends in prescribing within community of patients whether by pathological-state such as those with asthma, diabetes or high blood pressure, or by medication-specific criteria. Pharmacists can then, in association with prescribers and other members of the health care team, start the action to improve medication therapy for patients.
The nursing intervention is the information and practices provided for helping the type 2 diabetics to learn about mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques to control the blood glucose, blood pressure and reducing body mass index, stress, depression and increasing mindfulness awareness. Intervening variables include age, gender, marital status, religion, education, occupation, family type, dietary pattern, habits of addiction, co-morbid illness, use of antihypertensive/ anti-diabetes medication, attainment of stress management techniques and awareness of mindfulness meditation. If the MBSR intervention is effective, the type 2 diabetic receive enhanced comfort and is achieved by practicing mindfulness-based stress reduction technique. It reduces the negative effects of stress; depression associated with diabetes and improved health related quality of life. Once the comfort is enhanced, the individual is likely to increase the health seeking behaviors by actively practicing mindfulness based stress reduction for better
The reading allowed me to understand that everywhere you look you are being persuaded of something. I feel that I now have a good understanding of how to analyze both written and visual rhetoric. When reviewing my feedback, I discovered both my strengths and weaknesses from the assignment. I recognize that I had a well-structured essay but there is still room for improvement. I also felt I received a fair grade for
The stated objective to understand and validate the factor of “gut instinct” with the charge nurses and how it helps them navigate towards the application of trauma code. The trauma code helps to recognize the severity of the problem or the injury. The study focuses and benefits its readers by providing the essential factor which can be used by the nurses to apply the trauma code in a proper manner. The defining of this objective is the next benefit that the article provides for where the author has made use of a lot of literature scanning by which the experience and observation in the emergency department could be seen as objectively as possible. At the start of the article there has been details provided on the chronology of events that took place in the emergency department till the point of application of the trauma code.
suicidal patients, safe administration of medication, carrying out duties as per my scope of practice, care planning and spending 1:1 engagement with clients to enhance engagement and compliance. My API skill is up to date and this allows me to safely manage aggressive patients who may need to be physically restrained without causing any physical harm. I also attend refresher courses to keep up with my skills. I have strong clinical skills in mental health and dealing with dementia patients. My understanding of the disease processes in mental health conditions and dementia helps me in managing patients safely and appropriately.
Documentation is critical so that other healthcare employees can do their job effectively. Potter and Perry (2013) state it is important,” to be aware of the side effects that missing doses have on a patient (e.g. with hypertension or diabetes)” (Potter and Perry, 2013, p. 591). In addition, it is the job of the prescribing doctor to enter the prescription information into the health management system correctly so the pharmacist can get the prescribed medication to the client. The pharmacist must also make sure all data is entered correctly to ensure all labels are accurate so the nurses can do their job.
As well as, asking her how she feels about having Diabetes. Depending on her response, I am going to have interventions for assisting her with nutrition, exercise, and/or some form of counseling to help her have ways of coping with Diabetes. I know that this student and I are going to have a great therapeutic relationship; as we already get a long great. Not only am I going to be able to assists this student; I believe she will teach me many things about
Most important, the assignment taught me how having all essential aspects of writing, such as purpose, audience, genre, tone, sentence variety, sentence structure, and word choice in my works can improve my writing as well as a convey a better image of the paper. Moreover, I received a lot of information about creating a writing plan and how one cannot come up with quality work without
I use the Doppler to find the pulses in the foot or ankles because they can be difficult sometimes in patients with circulatory problems. Positioning is useful in the treatment of Peripheral Vascular Disease. Also, leg elevation is vital in patients with edema. I have learned a lot from this unit regarding the cardiovascular and peripheral vascular system. The shadow health physical assessment and concept lab are very informative and helpful.
I believe that the word rhetoric is defined as a writing style that focuses on the use of persuasive language in order to intrigue the audience. When using rhetoric language it is like you are making an argument so that you can convince your audience that there is no doubt that you are right about a certain issue. Rhetoric language is used in various forms such as by being written down, physically talking to someone, or by using visual motions. People use this type of language practically everyday because it 's an effective way to express their own knowledge and understanding on a topic that they are interested in. Rhetoric is a way of organization so that a person can successfully carry out a statement with evidence to back it up.
Data collection in an organized way will play a significant role for the sake of an effective evaluation. In the end, assessment or evaluation will deliver formative response to the RGVAD, people who are participating, and other bodies which is related to the project. It will progress recommendations and methods to assess advanced and under-studied variables or interventions. Diabetic Prevention Program Evaluation: Inputs: 1. Diabetic Patients at any age- The patients who are suffering from diabetes of any age will include as indicator.