I believe that the nurse leader ought to first have the nursing expertise and be able to utilize interpersonal skills to influence and empower the other nurses to deliver quality nursing care. Importantly, I would only consider nursing leadership effective when the leader is directly and actively involved in clinical care provision as that provides opportunities to improve care provision by influencing the nurses that one is leading. Notably, improvements would not be guaranteed if nursing leadership is restricted to management as leadership is founded on the strength of the opinions that the leaders raise, which I believe applies to nursing profession. On considering the aspect of interpersonal skills, I would focus my nursing leadership efforts on team building, establishing respect and confidence in other nurses, coming up with a vision and empowering them.
It is clear through the way Williams describes how much Blanche loved Allan and explicitly says how it was her grief from his death that led her down the path of her actions that Blanche, at least in Williams’ eyes, was not merely getting “what she deserved,” as Lant argues, when she was raped by Stanley (Lant). Rather, Williams provides a deeper explanation for her actions in Allan’s death, which, because he takes the time to develop this explanation, shows his sympathy towards her. Even from the beginning, Williams sets up the character of Blanche to counter Stanley, who is described as a filthy, violent person and an obviously antagonistic element in the play, making Blanche the protagonist whom Williams wants the reader to form a deep connection with throughout the story. Knowing that Williams is sympathetic towards Blanche and would like the reader to be the same provides a deeper understanding of the play as a whole and where Williams was coming from when he wrote it by providing the reader with a sense of both Blanche’s function in the storyline and Williams’ attitude towards the society around him. Because Williams is sympathetic towards Blanche, it shows Williams is a person who thinks society too often judges people like Blanche
Many say that your enemies define you; yet, I believe that what truly defines you is your way of thinking; your perspective of things and your philosophy. However, even when men try to establish order within their inner selves in the midst of a relentless chaos by building the foundations of their principals, they can sometimes clash with the welfare of others. Therefore, I would ponder the possibility of ending my life with dignity in the face of a terminal disease for the sake of my loved ones, even if it means a direct altercation with my psyche and my morality. Carl Jung’s archetypes explain that the psyche is fragmented in two, the Self and the Shadow, which must harmonically coexist; this component of Jungian psychology deeply relates to one’s inner conflict when in the face of a predicament, just like the one exposed previously. In truth, finding said balance is imperative and that is why I believe that no yielding to the illness would the be the better decision in accord to my principles.
Roy’s narrator also uses repetition, but to a rather different impact, “It was Velutha” (Roy, 36) being a constant repetition to drill the idea of dependency the family had on him, and also to emphasize the guilt and atrocity of their treatment towards him simply because of caste status. Roy’s narrator is seen to use devices to being across the many horrors experienced by the family, especially the twins. Capitalisation of certain words and phrases such as “the Inevitable
Power of authority exerted by the nurse led to the man’s action which brought about the misunderstanding that occurred in the above scenario. Identity, beliefs, values, and theories of the people involved and the political ,social content of their relationship determines how people
Moving up in the ladder or participating in leading a group of nurses to change a practice or how to prevent central line associated infections is just an example of how a nurse can be powerful in their practice. This is an essential way for nurses to participate in sound, expert nursing practice and is a critical element of a nurse 's power
Now, some of these men were justifiable; they did it to protect their woman but in doing so gave the other part a view of a different side. In Madness and Misogony in Ken Kesey’s One flew over the Cuckoos Nest, Vitkus states that McMurphy is the Charismatic one, a figure of spiritual strength and sexual energy (65). It is apparent from a historical perspective that McMurphy is charismatic: he not only strives to save his fellow patients, but also tries to save Nurse Ratched, the antagonist, from herself. He promises to help Bromden out as a manly agreement to assist the other in need. He tries whatever he can to strength their manhood.
The “Me” gave Dr. Yamon a look into Marge’s traumas, a look into her “deep emotions” about not only herself but also about her situation. This is why he is reluctant to part with “Me” because “Me” is to Dr. Yamon a “…real woman” (228) not broken like Marge. It was interesting to see how Dr. Yamon was seduced by “Me.” He became so wrapped up in the “Me” persona that he almost forgot about Marge his patient. His mistake from the beginning is that he chose to engage with “Me” allow her to amuse him which puts his patients mental well-being at
In my research, I came across a very interesting article by the ethics director of the American Psychological Association, Dr. Stephen Behnke, ethics entitled, “Sexual involvements with former clients: A delicate balance of core values.” After reading this article, my belief in the problematic nature of having romantic and sexual relationships with clients was re-enforced. The article stated that having this type of relationship with a client is counter to what people in helping professions should work against, which is further harming the client. (Behnke, 2004, para 2). Entering into a relationship where deeper emotional attachments are established carries with it a significant risk of harm.
Q2 What affects people’s health condition?It is no doubt that health concept influencing personal health .There are social factors such as gender roles and class result in health inequality and the reason of why healthcare professional should be sensitive in it. According to definition written by The World Health Organization ,health includes physical ,mental ,social well-being. To begin with ,the gender roles cause health inequality by stereotype.
“We are wrong to think of democracy as a gift of freedom it is really a kind of discipline that avails freedom.” (Steele 458) Shelby Steele is an author, professor, and well known commentator on race relations. He has a Ph.D. in English, an M.A. in sociology, and has written several books on racial issues. He focuses mostly on race relations and the issues that ensue from racial biased programs. His mother and father were both active for the civil rights movement and the things they did during it made an impression on his values, the article he wrote displays these values.
Man’s Search for Purpose Throughout the world, each individual no matter how youthful or mature has developed an ideology in life. It is easy to be influenced by many intriguing ideologies. Every individual has a different outlook on the purpose of life, and trying to seek what life can bring can be difficult if you are alone or being targeted. Everyone has a burning desire to fulfill a life goal, but when we allow ourselves to be controlled by society, it becomes a difficult and stressful task to complete.