The career of nursing is more than just healing the sick. Nursing often causes nurses to face moral and ethical dilemmas. “Ethics refers to principles of right and wrong behaviors, beliefs, and values (Zerwekh & Garneau, 2015, p. 420).” When new graduate nurses begin their careers the first twelve months are a great time to gain a better understanding of personal beliefs and how they can affect patient care. Nursing is a highly respected profession and patients will seek advice from nurses. Therefore, nurses should learn how to react to situations that may not align completely with their own personal moral or ethical beliefs.
Whenever I received complaints, the problem is that the subordinates usually deny or come up with some explanations making it difficult to discuss it in a genuine manner. Sometimes even if we reprimand them for their mistakes it creates a very tense environment in the hospital and it also affects the quality of work. Also I need to find times to handle complaints patiently or else the situation gets angered and gets further complicated.
The purpose of this discussion paper is to discuss a specific issue of the client, Laura, and the intervention model of Attachment Theory. Key features of the intervention model will be addressed, as well as the manner in which the model will be applied to a specific issue experienced by the client. Each of these aspects will be discussed in regards to their helpfulness in the intervention.
Something that I consider to be both a strength and a weakness in my social work career is my gentle and reassuring manner. On the surface, this may seem like an excellent trait to have. I am very much a “people person” and others are naturally drawn to me. I tend to look at situations in a positive light as much as possible and have become an expert in removing tension between family members or dealing with end-of-life concerns. The majority of the residents value this quality in me and seek me out when a difficult decision needs to be made. However, my demeanor may be a disadvantage if I were to be working with another population or in a different setting. For example, I do not think be successful in jobs at prisons or alternative schools because I may have to be more serious and assertive with my clients.
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Last year was awesome, but that does not mean I can’t fix a few things.
Based on the expense in November through January I’ve divide it into seven categories which are utilized, transportation, Store/Grocery, restaurants, school, loans, and Health/clothing. After tracking my spending most of the money went into the loan and utilizes categories. The Loan category is made up on two loans which are my car and school loans. In my loans I spend around a total of 840 dollars per month. Even though I made my final car payment in April most of my spending is still in the loan category. Utilizes is my second most expensive category which is made up of my internet, trash, insurance, electric, and cell phone. Unlike my loan expense spend close to three hundred dollars on utilizes and this is with the electric, insurance, and the internet divide between my brothers, parents and myself.
This group of population was chosen as the target respondent because of their ease of accessibility to internet and the nature of company business which require internet access throughout the whole working hours. Every respondent was provided by the company with internet-connected device either a laptop or computer for working purpose. However, any employee who wish to bring internet-connected device such as mobile phone and tablet is allowed by the company as long as they are not connected to corporate network.
In an attempt to reunite the company after being geographically separated for seven months, my company commander decided to create a rotation between several of the employees. While the intentions of the switch were pure, the implementation created immense manning requirements on my organization. Due to travel schedules, my organization was going to have multiple days with employee shortages, forcing my employees to work double shifts instead of having a rest day; the same was not true for the other entity of the company. Consequentially, I had to negotiate with my commander in order to resolve the scenario. Although I attempted to implement effective negotiation tactics, the situation resulted in my commander implementing the final decision due to the organizational structure of my company.
Is the Senior Leadership really requesting to put our team member’s safety at risk, when the government is shut down by asking for volunteers?
On a daily basis, employees of a corporation, or business enterprise uses different email servers to communicate with coworkers, customers, and others that are not associated with the business. One of the most commonly used email server is Microsoft Outlook (Lindsey, 2013). The program is used to share information, and multimedia attachment files both (Lindsey, 2013). Individuals within the scope of an organization prefer to use the instant messaging option over sending email, simply because it saves time. Most employees are not aware of the fact that even if they delete their messages, it can still resurface at a later date, but only if is necessary.
In order to keep top performers satisfied and productive, Steve Bates argues, there should be a substantial difference in the variable pay or merit- based salary increases that top performers and poor performers receive. Based on available research the increase needed to catch “anybody’s attention” should be a seven percent or eight percent increase in compensation. It also states that anything below that might be welcomed, but will not lead to substantially greater effort on the part of employees to increase business results.
Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory (SCDNT) has been a part of nursing theory since publication in 1971 (Fawcett & Desanto-Madeya, 2012). During this time, it has been used as a framework for many research projects and nursing school curriculum and as a guide to nursing practice (Fawcett & Desanto-Madeya, 2012).
One of the most exciting things about nursing is that it is always changing. One of the frustrating things about nursing is that it is always changing. Nursing theory is no different. Theories are continually being updated and revised as worldviews and healthcare itself changes (McEwen & Wills, 2014). Dorothea Orem’s self-care deficit nursing theory is one such nursing theory that has been reworked to take into account the changes in our world, while still maintaining the initial framework (Taylor & Renpenning, 2011).
The term Research Methodology refers to a set of procedures, methods & techniques that are put together by the researchers to obtain a solution to the problems they confront during the collection of data. The researchers look for the most crucial data which is inevitable for the research. Generally there are three kinds of approaches or research methods namely Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed. These methods are used to gather data and resolve issues that emerge during the process of data gathering. The researcher can bring forward his findings either in the form of quantitative or qualitative or mixed research methodologies only when the data is collected based on the preliminary data gathering process and the secondary data gathering process.