Reporting medication errors is beneficial to improve the learning process for nurses. The factors of workload, ineffective communication, and distraction all contribute to medication errors (Sears et al., 2013). Nurses often excuse the behavior of colleagues when a medication error occurs, or nurses will pass the buck to a senior nurse to report the medication error (Haw, Stubbs and Dickens, 2014). Implementing a no blame policy for reporting medication errors, and providing nurses with the knowledge and training to report medication errors will result in an increase of medication errors reported. References Haw, C., Stubbs, J. and Dickens, G. (2014).
The author has given a sane person and insane person whose thoughts run wild, yet it keeps the readers intrigued. When the author mentions the outcome of Graham taking the pills, “I used to cast fire from the tips of my fingers... But now I take the pills, I haven’t bankrupted us yet, I don’t want to kill myself.” Deciding to take your medicine is a big step, it is important for controlling illnesses. One of the purposes of a medication’s is take one’s mind focus and on a clear path of pursuing their goals. In addition, medicine keeps your thoughts quiet and brings awareness of one’s harmful thoughts.
She also states that “we parents should act like it” too and “then maybe kids will believe” that mental health isn’t something to be ashamed of because it’s an actual illness that more people should become aware of. She also mentions that “Kip Kinkel might be out of jail and off the taxpayers tab and leading a productive life” “if only there had been a long-term intervention and medication” to help them. Overall this essay effectively represents Quindlen's standpoint on mental illness and the effects of it by it and by using similes, tone, and bias she was able to let her audience understand the seriousness of an issue many people need to become more aware
This would be further reinforced when she goes into details about the effects of the migraine, which the reader could also relate to. When Didion then states that there is “nothing wrong with [her] at all”, she could word it to be a warning to the reader. By adding “and there won’t be anything wrong with you, either” would cause her to be speaking directly to the reader, comforting them that although the doctors may not find something wrong, there actually is a problem. She then describes how she continued her life, “ignor[ing] the warnings it sent”, instead of trying to fix the problem. While she presents this example as one that can be learned from, she could still present it in a more direct way to this new audience.
Tuck Everlasting is beautifully written by Natalie Babbitt, for it has very deep messages that readers will relate to. This book’s messages of the values of life, death, and love will influence my decisions in life for the better. The characters and themes can be used to understand life in a superior way. Winnie’s decisions do help the Tucks and to not drink the water are great examples to follow. Also, the metaphor that life is a wheel helps readers with the concept of living and dieing.
While withdrawal symptoms are at their highest, individuals may feel a strong desire to begin using drugs again. Reaching out to drugs and alcohol for relief is a common occurrence during withdrawals. If the patient is at a Louisville alcohol rehab center, the withdrawal process is supervised so that they cannot access any drugs. This heightens the chances that you will be able to obtain and maintain a sober lifestyle. What to Look for in a Rehab Center Every person is different, so you need a rehab center that offers personalized programs that are tailored to your needs.
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.
Beyond Knowing, by Janis Amartuzio connects worlds between the living and the dead. Janis slowly becomes aware of her gift of insight while in medical school. She develops her gift pushing through fear and bravely trusting herself to becoming a solid forensic pathologist. Moreover, through her intuition she has taught many individuals to trust their own awareness, bringing peace to the bereaved. Beyond Knowing enhances our capabilities to trust our gut instinct and not to fear but understand there is more to life than our material world.
There is an evident contrast between John 's method, and the method used by Dr. Cawley and Dr. Naehring. John believes that in order for his wife to heal she must take drugs, ignore her condition, and resist any urges she may feel, to the point where the suffocation causes her to go mad. The doctors at Ashcliffe on the other hand, "try to heal, try to cure. And if that fails, at least [they] provide them with a measure of comfort in their lives." The method used at Ashcliffe is more effective when it comes to recovery, as many of the patients had enough understanding to take part in the role play, and the treatment successfully penetrated Andrew 's fantasy twice.
(Brendtro, Doncaster, &Mitchell, 2011,p.4) The times have changed we see more therapist working with patients without the use of medications and focusing on the patients feeling and thoughts. I find that to be good because who wants to take bottles and bottles of medications that have side affects that affect other parts of the body or organs. It was been shown that when the patient talks to therapists the patients does better. When it comes to evaluating more research I believe this kind of therapy can help researchers find more evidence or research to show that we do need more therapy to help patients get better. When we find therapy in ourselves we are less stressed.