Erickson Stage

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. Describe the growth and developmental tasks that were displayed by the child you interacted with in this setting (Erikson, Piaget and Freud). Were these tasks age appropriate? Did you assess any developmental challenges in the client that you interacted with? How were they dealt with (by you and by the health care team)?
Answer: the child is 14-year -old. According to Erickson stage, she is in the stage of identity Vs role confusion. She displayed sense of personal identity with a strong sense of self and a feeling of independence and control. For example, she diagnosed with type I diabetes. When the nurse teached her about the disease, how to control the blood sugar and administered the insulin properly. The nurse told her mom to supervise …show more content…

Primary prevention is to prevent disease or injury before it ever occurs. In this facility, the staff provides this prevention by preventing exposures to hazards that cause disease or injury, altering unhealthy or unsafe behaviors that can lead to disease or injury. The facility is also required immunization to prevent infectious diseases.
The CMS facility did address secondary prevention by detecting and treat a disease early on. For example, there was a kid she is 8 year old she came for hypothyroidism. She also had some symptoms of diabetes. The nurse screened her for diabetes by doing urine test, Accu check, and A1C. The result was positive diabetes type II.
The CMS facility also did address the tertiary prevention by reducing the damage and disability caused by symptomatic disease. It also maximizes the remaining capabilities and functions of an already disabled patient. Goals of tertiary prevention include: reduce the impact of an ongoing illness or injury that has lasting effects. This is done by helping parents and children manage long-term, often-complex health problems and injuries (e.g. diabetes, rehabilitation). 4. Describe the members of the health care team in this setting. Define their roles and interactions that were …show more content…

Identify two basic ethical principles applicable to this clinical setting. Explain why you chose these particular principles. Describe each ethical principle and how it was evident.
Answer: Privacy and Confidentiality and Fidelity. The nurse must maintain privacy and confidentiality involves only sharing patient information on a need-to-know basis. Actions in healthcare delivery are structured and governed by HIPPA law. The nurse must act to prevent breaches of confidentiality. For example, the supervisor did not agree to allow two students in the room with the doctor in other to ensure privacy and confidentiality.
Fidelity: Fidelity is referred to integrity, which is done by loyalty, fairness, truthfulness, advocacy, and dedication that is motivated by an underlying principle of care. The nurse practices fidelity by remaining committed and keeping promises. For example, when the patient was in the room with the nurse she said that the doctor is very busy right now I will be back to check on you before she is coming. Five minutes after she goes back and talk to the patient while she is talking the doctor comes

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