Ms. Martin is a 14 year old female who presented to the ED after an altercation between her mother and she. She denies suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, and symptoms of psychosis to nursing staff. At the time of the assessment Ms. Martin is calm and cooperative. She reports tonight her mother would not let her eat a pop-tart for dinner and she became anger and proceeded to hit her mother. Ms. Martin states she only gets angry at her mother and lashes out at her.
Two credited their mothers for their comfort level with and respect for people with mental illness. One mother was a psychiatric nurse practitioner, the other a special education teacher. I was steeped in it, yes. And, we would talk about reasons behind behavior, even my own. So not just...
Although a patient is in comatose or paralyzed, we, the healthcare team, should consider this person as a living human. As a student nurse, I am already applying my principles during our duty shifts. I already encountered a patient verbalizing the anxiety of facing death. This patient verbalized the pain she is suffering from her disease and the emotional stress she is causing the people close to her. As our talk begins to get serious and deeper, she admitted that she is close to accepting her ill-fate of death.
Promoting equality and inclusiveness should be core to any setting. It is, therefore, the responsibility of all management team and staff to implement this policy. The management team will visibly demonstrate its leadership in promoting an organisational culture which values equality and diversity by, Monitoring performance in the delivery of policies as part of each service area strategy review and an annual review of Equality and Diversity, Regular review of key policies and strategies, including equality impact assessments, to ensure that they do not directly or indirectly discriminate against groups of people, All staff members will receive regular training on equality issues. To develop services and facilities that are accessible, relevant and to the individuals that you work with, need gather information from service user, staff and other professional on, Competition in the local, individual needs, what changes can be made to improve the
The nurses reported it to the charge nurse, the patient, the physician and initiated an incident report for a medication error and the nurse who gave the second dose was very concerned and upset. Honesty and accountability cross closely together in this situation but both nurses were honest and upfront about their mistake, learnt from it and monitored the patient closely for bleeding for the next twenty-four hours. Being honest and accountable makes for the best working situations, maintains trust with everyone involved and makes nurses great leaders. Communication is one of the biggest components in nursing. I do not know if there is one specific example for communication I can come up with, almost every area I have ever been too there is a positive example of communication being used.
Professional nurses provide many different services to patients in a variety of settings, furthermore, they also help people in every level of society and provide care for them. Nurses help individuals from before birth to the last moment of life, and even comfort family members to cope with the loss of a close member after death. Therefore, professional nurses are there for virtually every imaginable situation involving the well-being or illness of an individual (Nurse Career Tips - 2017). According to the Royal College of Nursing, nursing is the use of clinical judgement in the provision of care to enable people to improve, maintain, or recover health, to cope with health problems, and to achieve the best possible quality of life, whatever
The concepts of this theory include function of professional nursing, presenting behavior of the patient, immediate reaction, nursing process discipline as well as improvement (Petiprin, 2016). One of the roles of a nurse is to meet the immediate needs of the patient. Patients typically present to a facility with a requirement that should be identified and met by the nurse. The nurse should be able to identify the problematic situation from the patient to be able to address the need for help. The patient develops their perception of events and circumstances based on their automatic feelings and thoughts which causes the patient to have an immediate response.
Adaptive Leadership has two focal strengths relevant to this philosophy and validate its inclusion in this analysis. First, this style, unlike other theories, is follower-centered and leaders provide the tools necessary for followers to grow and as a result, the whole organization grows (Northouse, 2016, p.275). Lastly, Adaptive Leadership provides instructional behaviors anyone can learn that can facilitate positive, adaptive change (Northouse, 2016,
Rather than reacting irrationally to unpleasant situations, at this point, emotionally stable people find different outlets and channel their emotions into productivity. The last and top most section of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is Self-Actualization. The ultimate goal in this section is for individuals to be spiritually successful, creative, and on their way to fulfilling their potential to the fullest extent. Different people have different aspirations in life, making this step vary in every individual
As a purpose-driven company, Lowe’s is committed to helping people love where they live. Their commitment to helping people goes beyond community projects. It extends to safety and sustainability as well. They listen to ensure to meet customer’s needs. They work to serve the best possible products, so they work with suppliers to remove ortho-phthalate plasticizers from all residential vinyl flooring product and committed to phase out the sale of products that contains neonic pesticides.
Another value that I have introduced my current leadership team—Setters Leadership and House—was kahiau, which means to give back to the community without expecting anything in return. I can demonstrate my commitment to this society by being actively involved with events that we plan or attend. I will also share my values and incorporate these values in activities that we do to empower each other through academics, leadership and service. Advocating about my values is a form of leadership that I like to share with others to introduce them to my culture and the values that I stand by. I also want to be involved in planning events to empower not only Lambda Sigma, but the Pace community and Pleasantville
This relationship will enlighten me to the clients’ wants and needs and also make it easier for them to ask what they want in a comfortable environment. Through these relationships and desirable environment, I will be able to develop trust and show clients that I am loyal to all.
Promote a positive work environment for staff that actively engages staff in personal accountability and open communication. I believe it’s important to work for an organization that fosters mutual respect, integrity, diversity, innovation, patient advocacy, education and shared governance. The patient should always be the primary focus and any opportunity to
The role of Deceit in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn In Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, there comes a lot of examples of satire. Deceitful activity is a big part of satire in this classic, used by the characters. Several times throughout this story, there were incidents dating back to when Huck faked his own death, to the Duke and King faking who they are many times over.