Trust relationship is a kind of interactive process that requires care and concern (Chin, 2001). In this incident, if I told any incorrect information to my patient, she would start to suspect whether I am a medical student or not and start not to believe me. Hence, our relationship would be destroyed. It is important for us to stand from patients’ point of view to think about their thought and ensure the information shared must be accurate before starting any conversation with the
Tinnitus masking is just one of the ways tinnitus sufferers adopt to cope withg excessive ringing in the ears Because so many people experience the problems of tinnitus doctors have spent considerable time looking at the masking of the sounds associated with tinnitus. However, some people are finding that masking doesn t always work for them, so they must find other means. For many people tinnitus masking works perfectly. A person who has ringing in their ears may have many choices to mask tinnitus symptoms. Some may first need to find out if they are a candidate for tinnitus masking.
I will say I feel this is most important because without communication and listening things would be chaotic. Communication is used between your mentor and yourself or between patients and fellow employees. Listening has to do with learning and helping to figure out the details to issues. There a great quote written by G.K Chesterton that says, "There 's a lot of difference between listening and hearing." I agree that your knowledge is your power and with that being said you cannot gain knowledge if you do not
Integrating theories of nursing, applying leadership and management strategies, integrating research and evidence based practice, influences of the health care policy and regulatory environment, collaborating with health care professionals, participating in professional activities, using technologies, being innovative, and adapting various decision strategies are needed to provide culturally competent care for individuals, families, and communities. The list of outcomes is deemed in order for us students to provide culturally competent care to our patients. The paper does a great job in accomplishing these outcomes and understanding them better for
Physical therapists dedicate their time and services to helping people recover and get back to living life without pain. Physical therapy will require hard work throughout the entire career and I will continue my dedication to helping others throughout my career. When I become a physical therapist, I want to help students gain information about the career just like a physical therapist did for me. I want to be able to mentor students and help them find the wonderful feeling of when you find your career and show them that hard work and dedication does pay off. I want to be remembered as a person who dedicated their life to helping others recover and succeed in
The main focus of this article is the idea that everyday individual’s experience situations in which interpersonal relationships can be considered maltreatment. This maltreatment may seem insignificant but even at such a small level, it can actually affect someone greatly and dehumanize them. This can be applied to a real life example. A student interacting with their teacher and his/her peers can often elicit the effects of dehumanization. For a student, speaking in front of the class can be scary enough, however, how they are treated in their interpersonal relationships can affect how they feel about themselves.
I also appreciated that this assessment has a section about the strengths of the client, and their family. I think that including a positive light on this type of paperwork is important for both the family and the therapist. I believe that if a person always looks, and is presented with negativity, it is harder to grow and heal. This is because negative thoughts about a person, or their situation can throw the client into deeper depression, anxiety, or anything else they are struggling with. They may think “what is the point of getting better”?
In many cultures, it is shameful and unethical to be exposed in public. There are certain things you do not talk about in front of others. This experience did open my eyes wider to the need to make other people aware of hyppa. As a health care worker and an educator, we should correct our coworkers when it comes to patient’s privacy. When it comes to educating, it is both staff and the patient can a
One of the key components in this career is the ability to explain clear procedures to your patient so that they know what is going on at all times. Along with clear procedures comes comforting them because most times a patient may be new to the surroundings. How you present yourself to the patient will play a big part in determining how relaxed they will be; although, this does not always go as planned. You will most likely get a few frantic patients either because of their current medical situation or simply because they are unfamiliar and nervous, so you must be mentally prepared to handle that situation with ease by being compassionate and always feeling empathetic for your patient. I also learned that being extremely observant by noticing the small details is another essential part in being a
Bruce Scott stated that studying with other classmates can help improve a nursing student’s success. Although, this type of studying can be very beneficial to many students, there are definitely students out there that can’t study in a group because it could be a distraction to them, like myself. They would rather study and learn the material on their own because they can get more accomplished rather working together in a group. Another difference between myself and the author on the understanding of nursing is through stereotypes. The Author talks about how, “it is important for a nurse to be aware of the influence her own stereotyping has on patient care” (Scott, 2009, p. 23).