Body Biography Paragraph 1: We chose a gavel, a psychology book, and peace signs to represent Carla. We used peace signs as her backbone. We used peace signs because it shows Carla's natural ability to calm down and add peace to each situation she's involved in. Carla has no problem keeping a peaceful attitude herself and she relies on her psychology learned methods to resolve problems with others. We put it as her backbone because she relies on peace and feels it is often her duty to keep that peace.
“Whenever you’re in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make the difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is attitude.” William James explains that positive attitude can help in many situations. In “The diary of Anne Frank” by Anne Frank, she keeps her head held high in the Annex and has a positive attitude. A letter from “Dear Ms. Breed” by Louise Ogawa, has a similar response. She stays focused on her work, all while being grateful for what she had.
Jarica Martarano is someone I admire due to her dedication, helpfulness, and everything she has taught me about life and softball. In all, Jarica Martarano is a great role model for anyone and is a great paradigm for people to follow. Jarica is not an average person or coach, she is extraordinary. She is a natural born leader and teacher. She taught me important lessons only a coach can.
It is so important to make a patient feel comfortable during their visit. Explain to the patient what you're going to be doing. Let them know that this is something that the doctor has ordered and that it will be a quick and easy procedure. Make sure the patient is feeling comfortable. Talk to the patient, show them that you care about them.
It is essential to captures the reader 's interest and this will be done by finding how to well write a thesis sentence that will want the readers to keep reading and find out more about the thesis. In “Does Texting Affect Writing?”, Cullington used voice markers to demonstrate what others had to say about texting. For the reader, the voice markers help to integrate quotes of what others stated connecting it back to the argument. This made the text run smoothly for the reader and not lose focus. “To avoid confusion in your own writing, make sure that at every point your reader can clearly tell who is saying what” (71).
Touch is effective in providing comfort (Stevens,1975). I was delighted that she started to accept and be kind to communicate with me. It evidenced that showing a willingness to attentively listen without judgment help approach to the patient and keep healthcare plan on the schedule. After handling such circumstances, I perceived that stress from time constraint may be a limit to nurse-patient
They were also role models for each other through the care they gave, addressing patients by name, remembering details about their lives, engaging them in quality conversation, communicating compassion through non-verbals, and in being sensitive to individual needs. A study on the influence of role models on adult nursing students states the obvious, “It is important for practice-based mentors, formally allocated or otherwise, to be willing and able to role model professional attributes” (Felstead & Springett, 2016). The simplest way to support and encourage compassionate care in coworkers is by being a role model and offering constructive criticism when necessary. Compassion in care is an essential value of the professional nurse and other nurses should be supported and encouraged in their efforts to include it in
Gloria mentions that the calm, relaxing tone of Carl Rogers’ voice was reassuring to her and as the sessions starts, Gloria appears to relax become more comfortable. Gloria tends to smile while speaking, but her other facial expressions contradictorily indicates sadness and inner conflict. The therapist and Gloria appear to get along well, although it appears that Gloria would prefer more involved and input from the
I wanted my story to let readers know that no matter where they come from, with determination and persistence you will be able to reach your goals. I believe that this theme was represented throughout my Snap Judgement; furthermore, I wanted my listeners to irresistibly draw their all of their attention to my story. To accomplish this goal, I changed the tone in my voice depending on if the parts of my story were sad, happy, or humorous. I realized that is I kept the same tone throughout the whole Snap Judgement, the listeners would become bored of my story. I wanted my story to relate and open the eyes of any one who feels unaccomplished or discourage, with hope anything can be achieved.
Even though, the participants will speak positive aspects of experiences, personal memories, and events that could not avoid. These issues need to deal in sensitive and ethical manner. Confidentiality and anonymity of participants was key ethical concern. All the women who participate in the interview are requires to sign a confidentiality form which mentioned earlier in chapter 3, to show their consent to participate and their agreement to use in the thesis or future academic publications. There form will be read and sign by the participant prior to the
It 's important to stay calm and quiet with the client while we wait for emergency services to arrive. At this point ensuring the patient is calm and safe verses asking details of the event (until emergency services arrives) is key. Otherwise the client may get upset or go into shock over the event again. Once emergency services has arrived for the client,I 'd ensure that everyone is okay and staying calm. This is the point where emergency services would take over.
A discovery wheel is an opportunity to tell the truth about yourself so you can know what kind of student you are or what kind of student you want to become. While completing this assignment I was to tell the truth to get the best results and find out truly what kind of student I am. I discovered that my strong abilities and skills are diversity, health, and communication. I think this is an accurate resemblance of what kind of student I am. I am always a student who likes to be around other no matter who they are.
The mutual respect and camaraderie shown set the tone for Pam to share very personal and revealing experiences of what it has been like dealing with Arthrogryposis her entire life. The opportunity to see Professor Duponte in therapeutic mode was inspiring. While appearing completely casual and at ease she steered the interview with a deft hand to more and more revealing topics in a way that showed her skill at gathering highly sensitive information while maintaining the client’s confidentiality and dignity. The session left me humbled and emotionally drained. The professionalism and empathy shown by our Professor Duponte and the spiritual strength and courage demonstrated by Pam made me both motivated to learn the OT process and figure out how to shield my empathic senses just a bit
She has stated that the classroom is no place for sarcasm or rudeness. Also when a student needs to be redirecting it needs to be done carefully and with precise language, always maintaining respect. Respect needs to be modeled, taught, and given at all times in the classroom. Respect is key when using the gradual release model. The gradual release model is used in every topic in Mrs. Kern’s class and the students respect each other and the group to make it run smoothly and are always kind to those that may need more explicit instruction.