To be seen as a burden, neglected or abandoned by their families etc.Moreover, elderly was abandoned and sent to the foster home. due to disability problems are one of the major problems on the elderly. in other words, the elderly at risk of disability due to age, which makes elderly people with failing health already have worse health. The elderly are much more numerous, the number of disability among elderly is more. Hence, states must be prepared to prevent and treat and project to educate the elderly to prevent accidents and reduce accident of disability.
Abuse could be either through verbal or physical would affect the health care environment between the doctor and nurses. For instance, a doctor would be frustrated with a new freshie nurse who does not know how to perform a task efficiently. Other than that, nurse who has not administered a medication to a patient as quickly as the physician ordered. The workload and time constraint can make them impatient with nurses who they put blame on them as taking too much of their
Divorced people do not converse like they did when married, people tend to fight and bicker more therefore causes problems for the family unit. Fighting more during or after a divorce ultimately makes the issue broaden. Fighting around children in the household often leads to the children more facing problems. Children can start having trust issues. This could leave the child not knowing which parent to trust because they feel abandoned and often scared due to the constant disagreements.
But there are problems, in this because nurses are very likely to experience nurse burnout in which is caused by these guidelines. Usually, nurses are taken advantage of and this causes them to become overworked and have a decline in patient quality care. This becomes debunked due to the great amount of people that says that it is fine with current conditions but with current conditions things have been only on the decline. This decline is due to many different things but overall this causes poor patient care and nurses to dropout of their positions. And these dropouts cause less staff and more stress on the remaining staff due to overload in their work.
Some children are constantly worrying while others are angry or sad. Little children with divorced parents tend to throw more tantrums than those children of married parents. Children cry more often and are not as happy when their parents are divorced. This can lead to mental instability when the child becomes older, lower self-esteem which turns into bad behaviors. For instance, to run from the situation, the child will try hard to find the solution to make their feeling comfort.
Abstract Burnout affects many of the nurses these days. There are many factors that contribute to a burnout. Sometimes people do not even realize that they are heading towards a burnout. In this research paper it talks about the negative consequences of a burnout in nursing. For example, it can lead to a decreased immune system that will make the body vulnerable to colds and flus (Smith, M., Segal, J., Robinson, L., & Segal, R. June, 2016).
Undertreatment of pain is a widespread problem and every 1 of 2 elderly experienced pain and are poorly managed as mentioned by (9). Another reason that contributes to pain, could be the misconception of the aging process, the stigma of the patient admitted for pain, difficulty in communicating pain and believing pain is part of the normal aging process (10). Some older people have the fear of the effects of medication for pain such as addiction, constipation or sedation, as a result, this group of older people do not convey their pain and suffer in silence
Biases The prevalent biases against the elderly are multifaceted. The elderly’s abilities or decrease in abilities are some rationale for the bias while others biases are related to the youth’s own fear of aging. Seeing the elderly as all being incapacitated in some manner is the widest misconception. Making assumptions about their ability to hear, remember, perform complex tasks are generalizations presumed by young adults. This attitude places the younger adults in a position of authority, all knowing or more knowing, which then can lead to disrespect and discrimination.
According to (Celik, 2010), “Portrayed culture has a significant effect on the level of care delivered to the older adults by nursing students.” Ageism, “A negative attitude toward aging or older persons.” (Mauk, 2006), was a common aspect of this study; the result highlighted, “In some cultures once an individual falls in the group of senior citizens, they are to be locked away and do not need much attention.” (Celik, 2010). Infirmities with supplementary physical and mental decline are often contemplated as a label of aging. “Nursing students continue to hold these views of stereotyping; this could have a detrimental effect on the care they provide to the increasing population of older adults.” (Bond,
Between aging parents, demanding jobs, financial concerns, illnesses, and relationship difficulties, stress does appear to be on the rise for many people. Since it's not socially appropriate to snap at a client, colleague, or grocery clerk, many of us hold it in and take it home with us. We don't do this on purpose-it's just that when we get home and take off our public face the guard is released on both our pent-up emotions and our social behaviours. Our children misbehave and snap- we lose it. The more we allow ourselves to lose our self-control the easier it becomes to do it again.