(McKinney 1989). There is a sufficient amount of evidence showing that the nature and quality of the patient-clinician relationship is a huge determinant of success of recovery. As physiotherapists, we should use the motivational interviewing strategy to understand our patients needs and desires and then to put a tailored plan in place. Physiotherapists need to recognise the importance of using motivational interviewing to drive behaviour change. The use of open and closed questions, reflective listening and positive body language will show real and genuine appreciation of the patient’s struggles and difficulties.
Quality of life is regarded to be the major goal of treatment as it helps in restoring, maintaining and improving the quality of life. In clinical ethics it is really important to consider the effect of the dictated treatment on patient’s quality of life. Contextual features are regarded to be the final step which is considered to be the largest among all. This is based on the features that are relevant to the case and ensures its ethical analysis properly. In this many social factors are put into consideration.
Reflective practice is an extremely valuable method for health professionals to guarantee the prosperity of a diverse scope of patients and to enhance the way health professionals work by aiming to make a more proactive and qualified proficient (Dawber, 2012). Following an analysis of literature, benefits of reflective practice for registered nurses (RN's) were outlined. These benefits
The advantage of using models or pictures of practice its will help a recreation specialist to base on the patient outcome while getting the treatment. Its will allow the treatment to move in the right direction and accurate information for the patient and specialist. Explain the purpose of the determination stage of comprehensive program design? Why is it important? The purpose of determination state of comprehensive program design is help the patient to find the program that fit their needs.
In the health care industry, effective intercultural communication carries greater importance as it affects patients’ physical and mental well being, (Voelker, 1995). There are 2 keys point for successful communication which are congruence between verbal and non-verbal message which engaged listening, managing stress at the moment, the ability to communicate assertively, and the capacity to recognize and understand your own emotions and those of the person you’re communicating with. In order to communicate with patients of different cultural background effectively, many strategies which can be used by physiotherapists to overcome the barrier between
I learned that nurses need to be familiar with patient’s rehabilitation by knowing therapies that are indispensable and beneficial for their recoveries; and that active involvement in the prevention of deteriorations and complications in physical health and function is important for the patient (p. 22). 3. The article changed the way I think and understand that knowledge is power hence educating patients on best practice to get them back to health or functioning normally is of the essence. 4. In my future practice, I will frequently update self of therapies and pay more attention to details that the patient identifies as essential for recovery to better help them regain their well-being and ability to perform their daily activities.
Nursing is about merging the talent of caring with the recent high technology.” When nursing presence is combined with technological practice, an opportunity is created to better understand the patient (Bernardo, 1998). Nurses are generous and give their best in the plan and application of information technology in healthcare. .Cope et al (2009) states that “Nurses relied heavily on their senses of sight, touch, smell, and hearing to monitor patient status and to detect changes
As its evident that person centeredness is valued by the person, encouraging it in practise is important. The aim of the framework of McCormack’s model of person centred care is to raise awareness of the importance of respect for the individual. It does this well by empowering healthcare workers to recognise key components in their practise. It has also been used as a systematic framework to initiate significance from practise- derived data that can advise the expansion of person centred practise. McCormack’s model can be used as a tool to aid practitioners to recognise obstacles that can demote the developments of person centred care in their
Evidence based is been used widely in nursing practice, which involves integration of a problem solving approach within the framework that concerning care, using the best evidence from research, knowledge and proficiency from clinical together with patients’ beliefs and values. Nursing practice does support EBP as researchers had done many studies that showed improved outcomes when the best evidence is implemented of patient’s care. However, researchers had argued that, there are challenges in attaining and maintaining EBP in nursing practice despite the awareness (Mary, et. al. 2013).
CONCEPT 1-EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN NURSING This concept was deducted from module 2 with the topic “Concept of Evidence-based practice”. Evidenced-based nursing is a way of making decision and providing nursing care that is based on clinical issues and combine it with the most current, relevant research that is available on that issue. Evidence based nursing utilize the most up to date method of providing care, which have been proven via assessing high quality studies and statistically with significant research findings. The goal is to improve the health and safety of patient while also providing care in a cost-effective manner to improve the outcome for both the patient and the health care system at large. According to Melyn and Fineout-overholt(2005)Evidence-based practice should be a problem-solving approach to clinical practice that integrates a systematic search for critical appraisal of the most relevant evidence to answer a burning clinical question.
The requirement for excellent skills of communication in healthcare is paramount in delivering optimal care and in facilitating health promotion. Good communication ultimately leads to increased patient satisfaction and is one of the key elements in providing patient centred care. Conversely, it is inevitable that patients will become distressed with health conditions when skills of communication are mediocre (Reynolds, 2004). Furthermore it must be recognised that effective communication extends beyond client and clinician and also includes carers of elderly patients whom may be involved in joint decision making. Hence the importance of the integration of the carer into the multi-disciplinary team.
For a successful rehabilitative program, Andrews and Bonta advocate that the program must "respect the individual, have a psychological theory basis, and should work in junction with the enhancement of preventative service" (YEAR). I would employ cognitive-behavioral therapy because it has shown the most success in various treatment settings (CITE, 423?). CBT aligns with Andrews and Bonta 's RNR model by focusing on the reduction of criminogenic needs. CBT therapy seeks to change the CENTRAL beliefs of the individual 's behavior and incorporates problem solving skills, interpersonal skills training, role-playing, and negotiation skills training (CITE 423 ish). If possible, I would encourage the offender to participate in group therapy in
In order to best understand what our responsibility is as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist one must have a belief to base their ever growing skills off from. This paper will give me the ability to delve deeper into not only what my belief is, but also how we can use our skills to work with patients that have a varying amount of disabilities. This paper gives us the opportunity to see that we are not confined to just a clinical setting, but rather that our career skills give us the ability to work in a variety of settings. With my belief in God he has shown me that I can use the strengths and weaknesses he has given me so that I can use them to better serve him. I can use my faith to help others find what they believe in and use it to best help them
In deed to encourage a continuing family participation in the intervention and as to strengthen its dynamics, family functional therapies would be recommended. Moreover, because the intervention requires the accomplishment of a variety of tasks, it is recommended to use a task-centered model. This model emphasizes on tasks and on the collaborative responsibilities between the client and the social worker. Because cognitive behavior therapy has been extensively tested and found effective in treating depression, it is often a cornerstone in evidence based treatments for depression (Painter, 2015). Subsequently, considering that the child presents symptoms and behaviors of depression and anxiety; the use of CBT would be one of the best intervention options.