Beneficence in nursing is used to benefit patients by preventing harmful situations or improving quality of patient care by advocating for them when they cannot. For this particular discrepancy those choosing exemption puts others in the community as well as hospitalized patients at risk. For us this ethical principle is better addressed if nurses advocate vaccination rather than dismiss it. Fidelity can be described as being truthful, fair, and loyal and advocate for our patients (American Nurses Association). The best way this principle is relatable to the topic is by educating our patients and the community about vaccinations.
In regards to Vocational Health the patient would have the opportunity to become part of a program that will assist to with finding different job opportunities after recovery. I would like to say that one of these Prevention categories are more important than another to help these families, unfortunately I don’t that is possible. One thing for sure we need to start somewhere so starting with Primary Prevention would help decrease the impact of disease and
The drug testing would even the playing field for participants and create uniformity. The financial support is to help with basic amenities like food, shelter, and water for families; not drugs. These tests would help verify that taxpayer dollars are going towards families with no drug involvement and better futures. The programs don’t allow for the money to be spent on drugs, but drug involvement could lead to less jobs opportunities. Ideally the drug testing would find individuals positive for drugs and offer them rehabilitation programs.
Salud y Bienestar is a national program which helps to provide vital information to older Hispanics, as well as families, and their caregivers; about the best way to keep this condition under control and avoid further complications. It was originally founded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Partnering up with other groups provides a much better program with lots of resources. The program has a goal of lowering complications due to diabetes by providing better care among Hispanic older adults; delaying the start of diabetes. In order to achieve these goals they must partner with organizations who focus on the community as well as health professionals.
This being said, it is crucial to identify ongoing issues in today’s society, understand how they contribute to unlawful behavior, and seek a solution. For instance, tackling issues such as health care and education, which provide severe inequality and adversity, would create an equal and safer society that would thus reject any need for criminal behavior, Davis herself suggests, “Rather, positing decarceration as our overarching strategy, we would try to envision a continuum of alternatives to imprisonment-demilitarization of schools, revitalization of education at all levels, a health system that provides free physical and mental care to all…” (Davis 107). It is clear that prisons and
Safeguarding is protecting people's health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. Abuse comes in many forms, for example, physical, sexual, verbal, financial, emotional, discriminatory abuse and neglect and working in substance misuse it is important for me to protect individuals against safeguarding issues, such as blood borne viruses, drug awareness, drug dealing, sex working, domestic violence, neglect to others and self-neglect. I have worked with vulnerable adults, who are or may be in need of community care services due to mental or other disability, age or illness, and who are or may be unable to take care of themselves, or unable to protect themselves against significant harm or exploitation. Safeguarding adults involves protecting their rights to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. I have worked in partnership to prevent the risk of abuse or neglect and stopped it from happening.
According to Healthy People 2020 website (n.d.), a community educational program is one that addresses concerns identified by a set community. The program plays a vital role in preventing injury and disease, enhancing quality of life and improving health. When based in an existing social structure such as a school, prison, worksite, etc., the target group is best reached. These settings maximize influence, decrease the time and resources needed for the program. Ageism is a prevailing problem in American society.
Undoubtedly, the children with ASD can benefit from one on one medical and behavioral treatments, however, helpful family therapies with family members can reduce anxiety and stress levels and ameliorate relationships within the family, educating parents of ASD children who have lower educational rank about the treatment options of treatment and their rights as citizens, eradicating institutionalized discrimination and racism from public welfare services via policy changes, and improving access to health services in geographically isolated rural areas can tremendously improve the future outlook for these needy children. A society is better when every member contributes meaningfully towards its betterment. The failure of ASD affected individuals when viewed through the ecological theory puts in perspective that every individual is a product of the environment he or she is in and the environment itself shapes the behavior and development and future possibilities especially for those suffering from
After, I graduate I want to provide health care to areas of low resources for people who cannot afford expensive health care benefits. I plan to work with teenagers and children to keep them away from drugs, gang relationships, and help them obtain a
Care should be focused on preventing disease rather than treating illnesses by working as a team and promoting healthy behaviors, resulting in patients having better health outcomes. In addition, early detection is a dynamic aspect of health promotion that is vital to preventing the chronic disease burden. In my opinion, nurses need to focus on educating patients and family members more than simply administering a medication or performing a procedure. Providing education about health to family members could be beneficial and passed on to people in the