It's just curiosity. But parents telling them is not a good idea. Some parents assume that because the child has experienced many of the same events the parent has in that household the child probably knows why the parents had to divorce. Even so, the parent has to find a way to heal the scar that the child has instead of leaving it as it is just because the parents experienced the same thing. Other parents want to protect their children from experiencing or even knowing about unhappy or unpleasant events so they decide to tell them very little about the actual reasons for the divorce.
Pro-Side: By allowing the family to be present during resuscitation of their loved one they are made aware of everything that was done to revive the patient. This could be beneficial to the family member in the circumstance that the patient doesn’t survive so that the family would know for sure that everything possible was done. This may help with the grieving process of the family in that they would not dwell on what more could have been done for their loved one. After the patient passes, the family becomes the nurses primary focus and it is our responsibility to help the family along in the grieving process. As for the patient being resuscitated, the patient may want their loved one to be by their side in case they don’t make it, and if the policies prohibited the family’s presence, the patients dying wishes would not be followed.
After reading both texts, I have learned that if you are a parent, you have to open your eyes and understand what is going on with your child if they are feeling down or depressed. I also learned that if you are a child, you have to recognize what your parents are trying to do for you, like Izzy’s mom is graduating so both of them can live a better life. The only question that is still on my mind is, if both children had both their mom and dad with them, would they still feel like they were being neglected and
Autonomous people are capable for decision making and problem solving. Loss of autonomy & independence is a real fear among older people. A nurse has the responsibility to encourage the older person’s autonomy in any way possible. This can be done by supervision and education of staff to listen & allow the person time to make choices and discussion with their relatives about what is occurring and in which way they can enhance the older person’s autonomy. Freedom:- The older people should have greater freedom of choice nation’s health care system.
Foster Parent One: LaDonna reported that these techniques worked well with their children however understands that not every child will be effective the same way has hers. LaDonna reported that she understands foster children cannot be spanked or witness spanking of a biological child. Foster Parent Two: Jerry also states they now use time outs, positive reinforcement and loss of privileges and believes that this is a better technique. What modifications will you make to individualize the disciplinary methods you use on a foster child to ensure efficacy? Foster Parent One: LaDonna report they have understand that each child placed in their home will need modifications such as positive reinforcement and loss of privileges.
I want to be the nurse that changes someone’s day or changes the rest of their lives. However, I didn’t always want to be a nurse, I wanted to be a doctor. This changed because to this day I have a personal relationship with favorite nurse, but I only see my doctor during my yearly checkups. Therefore, I decided I want that personal relationship with my patients. I don’t only want to change their lives with medicine but change their lives with empathy and compassion.
Virginia Henderson indicated that the priority of the nurse is to help patients do what they would have done themselves if they were in good health. The ANA took it further by developing the Code of Ethics for Nurses which provides guidelines that they must follow to be diligent in their field. Provision 1, for example, stipulates that "the nurse must practice with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth and unique attributes of every person" (Olson & Stokes, 2016). Being in the hospital can be frightening for patients and families. When illness strikes, they must leave the comfort of their home and entrust their lives to strangers.
Also, when their time for labor begins you can avoid the hassle of taking a trip to the hospital. Also with a home birth, you can usually have a midwife personal that you have bonded with throughout your pregnancy to assist you and the newborn, which is defiantly a helpful source of an advantage. Lastly, when choosing a home birth it gives women the feeling of having control and making their own decisions about their own labor delivery. The disadvantages of a home birth are that if there are complications that do occur then the patient then has to be transported to the hospital setting to get the help that is furthered needed for the mother to be and baby. An example would be of a complicated birth would be if the baby is a breech, umbilical cord prolapse or compression.
They also have to be compassionate with the families of the newborn babies. By providing care for newborns who may have birth defects or illness, or they may be healthy either way neonatal nurses take care of them (“Neonatal Nurses”). Also, neonatal nurses teach the families how to take care of their newborn. At first you have to become a registered nurse, and then you can specialize in neonatal (“Neonatal Nursing”). Quinn said “[Neonatal nurses] have to care about the babies and realize the families aren’t just people.” (“Neonatal Nursing”).
Even one instance of abandonment can cause a nurse to find it difficult to have the trust of coworkers. They may also find it problematic trying to gain employment with any past of abandonment. From all this research I have learned additional actions that are forms of abandonment that I hadn’t thought of previously. I feel that I am better prepared to not commit any acts of abandonment now that I have gained new knowledge and understanding. As a nurse I do not want to ever place patients in danger, not only to avoid reprimand from the board of nursing, but also because each patient is some ones loved one and I feel all people no matter what their past is like deserves great nursing care in a nonjudgmental way.
I believe she did this because she did not want to tell her mom no, as a caregiver, especially to a loved one sometime following your intuition and saying no can be difficult being I may feel like you are taking away their rights as a person. Being a Certified Nursing Assistant, the two essays I chose were ones I could relate to. The struggle that she encountered while trying to help her mom into the car was one that I’ve had to deal with on many occasions. Having patients is key to caring for your elderly or sick love ones. As a caregiver you are obligated to provide quality care, assisting and supervising in all activities of daily living.
Goal 2: Kayla will comply with the treatment recommendations of her medical and mental health providers. • Kayla 's mother accepted praised from the QP and shared, "I am going to do what I have to for my kids." • Kayla 's mother reported, "when I was in foster care it was a horrible experience because I was put on a bunch of medication, so I want my kids out of foster care as soon as possible." • Kayla 's mother reported, "I have given one screen that came back negative I still have 2 more to do before court." • Kayla 's mother shared, "we are trying to move into a bigger place, but we don 't have the money due to my husband not working because of his ankle surgery."