Lisa had written the article I Survived Postpartum Depression, But It Never Left Me, discussing her first hand experience with postpartum depression, how it still affects her years later, and the importance of understanding that it may not leave. After her son’s birth, instead of joy, she felt something she had never felt before. For almost two years after her son was born, Romeo had the horrible feeling that she was living to survive and nothing more (Romeo). Lisa says, “ I was supposedly no longer fighting off postpartum depression that matters. What came next—what, even now that my sons are 21 and 17, persists—are days and nights and long worrisome moments of everyday life” (Romeo).
In document B it shows a chart of the accused and it says that there were 134 people accused and 110 of them were female. It also shows that 76 out of those 110 women were married and were about the age between 41-60. It also shows a chart that shows the accusers and it states that a total of 29 women accused them and 23 of them were single and were about the age of 11-20 years old. They were young women who were seeking to find a husband. The thing
The article “Why Are Nurses Leaving? Findings From an Initial Qualitative Study on Nursing Attrition” by Carol Isaac MacKusick and Ptlene Minick is a qualitative research study with a phenomenological research design. The research question addressed in this article is the experience of registered nurses who flee bedside nursing. The sample provided were registered nurses (RN) in the United States who were mostly Caucasian females varying in ages 40-49. The sample size investigated was ten nurses total.
BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENT IDENTIFYING INFORMATION (Age/Gender/Race): Nygo Hgo is a twenty-four year old Burmese female. PAYOR: Medicate insurance company will be paying for her services. Since she is considered economically poor, she has benefits through medicate.
Marilyn Monroe (birth name Norma Jeane Mortenson) was born on the 1st of June, 1926 at the Los Angeles County Hospital. Marilyn never knew her father’s identity. Marilyn was placed in the care of a foster family, The Bolenders, as her mother Gladys Pearl Baker was mentally and financially unable to care for her. Marilyn was taken back into Gladys’ care when she was 7 years old as she eventually was able to stabilise her lifestyle. However, Gladys was committed to a state mental hospital as she had a mental breakdown and was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic.
The novel "Little Women " portraits the difficult journey from childhood to adulthood from four teenaged sisters Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy called the March girls, and how they survive growing up in a difficult time highlighting the inferiority of women as compared to men with the ideas explored throughout the novel being women 's strive between familial duty and personal maturation, the menace of gender labeling, and the need of work. As the novel develops it is fascinating that Louisa May Alcott writes "Little Women," reflecting on her own life and many of the experience of growing up during the nineteenth century. Jo 's character is a replication of Alcott herself with her speaking directly through the protagonist. Social expectations played a important role for women with the idea in which you had to marry young and create a new family which Meg does; be submissive and devoted to one’s guardians and own family, that Beth is; focus on one’s art, pleasure, and people, as Amy does at first; and struggle to live both a dedicated family life and a significant accomplished life, as Jo does. Both Beth and Meg obey to society’s expectations of the role that women should play, Amy and Jo at first try to get away from these limitations and grow their uniqueness.
Interruptions In Clinical Nursing The article Interruptions in Clinical Nursing Practice authors Erik E. Sorensen and Liselotte Brahe goal was to research and analyze how and why does negative as well as necessary interruptions affect nurses effectiveness, workflow and direct care of patients. This research would be considered an observational study. The population being nurses that are actively practicing. The sample are 5 female nurses that are between 27 and 48 years old and have been nurses for 1-26 years.
Once one is identified as an abnormal person, the next question is, which particular disorder is the person undergoing? The subject of this case study is a married lady named Karen Rusa, who is a 30 year old. She is a house wife and a mother of four children, two sons and two daughters. The symptoms she stated are correlated with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and followed by anxiety. Justification to show that she is a person with OCD is explained below.
ADRIENNE: ADULT CASE STUDY 1 Adrienne is a single 50-year-old female, weight 220, height 5’7 inches tall Adrienne present occupation is Teacher in the NYC public school system and a sign language Teacher in the evening. Adrienne still resides in Harlem New York with her son who is 13 years old. Adrienne Was born in Harlem New York at Harlem Hospital her mother Mary had a normal pregnancy. Adrienne had no childhood Health.
During the 1890s, Breedlove began to suffer from a scalp ailment called alopecia, which causes hair loss. At first she tried existing hair products to relieve her problem, before beginning to develop her own remedies. She sold her homemade products directly to black women, using a personal approach that helped win her customers and eventually a fleet of loyal saleswomen. Breedlove met her second husband Charles J. Walker, who worked in advertising and would later help promote her hair care business.
DOI: 9/1/2014. The patient is a 51-year old right hand dominant female customer service representative who sustained carpal tunnel syndrome due to typing. Per medical report dated 01/23/15, the patient was advised to continue use of thumb splints and over-the-counter medications and to have a second steroid injection, which was administered on this visit. EMG/NCV study performed on 03/26/15 revealed mild to moderate right carpal tunnel syndrome and mild left carpal tunnel syndrome.
Client also reported the following psychotropic medications: Naproxen 250mg (1x daily) and Zoloft 25mg (1x daily). Staff monitored medications. Client continues to reports no substance of mental history. CM reiterates the shelter rule and regulation and for the client to adhere to the 10pm curfew Client housing option is ticket assistant and family reunification. Client reported she doesn 't have any money save to move out the shelter system and she is not leaving without her
Peer two response Hi Dayne, I don’t agree with the outcome of this case. First of all the doctor treated the patient with the best information he had which was incomplete. Second the patient didn’t come back for a year? This seems inconceivable that somehow now the doctor is being held responsible.
There were three causes: conflict between young girls and older women, lying teenagers, economic and political power divided between two sides of town. One possible cause could be the conflict between young girls and older women, which involved age, gender, and marital status. According to Document B, the following statistics existed: twenty-nine of the thirty-four accusers were female, twenty-three of the twenty-nine were under twenty years old, and twenty-eight of the thirty-four women accusers were unmarried. Also, Document B states that over eighty percent of the females accused were over forty, and seventy-five percent of the women accused were either married or widowed.