Reflection on Medication Administration Description (Competency 3j) I have looked over my moral development regarding medicine administration and have noticed there is the need for improved and has been agreed with my mentor to write a piece of reflection to identify areas of concern Feelings One of the major concern is the pace of dispensing and the time spent used to open charts and allocate them is one of my weakness. Although I am learner I need to back up the pace of dispensing so that patient doesn 't feel my skills is dull or boring and waste of time. I Had developed that feeling of being extra careful to avoid drug error and that makes me feel slightly nervous more also being under the influence of supervision as well. Evaluation
He will also begin to take Omega-3 to improve his appetite and this can help with weight gain (Sue et al. 2014). As this may correct some symptoms, exercise wont be able to improve all of his problems. So I would also recommend that Jason would also go into interpersonal psychotherapy. Throughout Jason’s life he has felt like an outsider his whole life and that he had struggled to make friends and stuff, so this would be very beneficial for him.
In the end of the week he had scratched the new skillet more than all the other ones. Despite, I specifically told him that the new skillet was for my use only, because I need to prepare certain kind of healthy meals where a nonstick pan was
That’s why Michael Dempsey somehow makes the decision easier for you by letting you try this protocol for two months. And if you don’t experience a marked reduction in your blood sugar levels, just contact him or his support team to get all your money back… The Cons It Won’t Cure Type 2 Diabetes Alone Don’t forget that diabetes management requires a holistic approach. To control or reverse your type 2 diabetes you should follow the right diet and exercises, and make some lifestyle changes. Lack Of Information About Mr. Dempsey W tried to do some background research online about Michael Dempsey, but didn’t find lots of information about him. We think it would be great if Michael can provide more information about him and his research on the official Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy
The Zumba class I will go to every Tuesday and Thursday could greatly improve the anxiety I often times experience during the week. Running a mile three times a week might be very challenging at first, but just like any skill the more I work at it the easier it will become. This discussion involves the last stage of Trantheoretical Model of change, termination. If I execute this exercise plan accurately, which I plan to do, I must have motivation and determination to not terminate or return back to my previous routine of minimum exercise during the week. I start out by only do a few weight machines exercises in the Payne, but as I gain more muscles in my legs I can have the strength to do more in a longer time.
I came into this program knowing that I can create and maintain positive interpersonal relationships, but what I need to improve was learning to make wise career choices, minimize those bad experiences, and grow from the challenging ones (Buchbinder & Thompson, 2010). Specially, I become emotionally attached to people and situations, which doesn’t allow for me to make the best decision for the bigger picture. As healthcare managers, we can help people one at a time, or thousands at a time, because we work through something that is larger than us (Buchbinder & Thompson, 2010). I focus on how I can make the situation better for one person instead of making sure that the solution would assist a person and many more. One of the tools that will assist with improving my business skills would be requesting a mentor in a health care manager’s position or like business.
“By taking action when you’re lonely, by changing your responses to failure, by protecting your self-esteem, by battling negative thinking, you won’t just heal your psychological wounds, you will build emotional resilience, you will thrive.” This is an excerpt from Guy Winch’s Ted Talk at Linnaeus University “Why We All Need to Practice Emotional First Aid.” During his talk, Winch compares how much we prioritize and focus on our physical health while neglecting our emotional health, despite the two being connected. This concept relates to the seventh habit in Stephen R. Covey’s “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” as well as “Emotional Intelligence 2.0” written by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves. Winch uses the practical ideal of analysis
This could work for me in the short term, however, I’m sure 5 or 10 years down the line I will want a lighter work week. This career path also lines up with one of my higher rated categories, self-worth and I can see why. Comparing this to something like retail it seems like the pharmacist has a lot more respect and responsibility in long term care, which piques my interest. There’s also a high level of autonomy involved in long term care that really interests me. I’m not a huge fan of dealing out orders to others so being able to work on my own should be a good thing.
Dispositional optimism is a topic discussed by Dan P. McAdams on page 48 of “The Stories We Live By: Personal Myths and the Making of the Self.” Dispositional optimism is “a generalized expectancy that good, as opposed to bad, outcomes will generally occur” and that it has positive effects when coping with illness (48). Much research has shown that the power of positive thinking can help people “recover from illness, endure personal hardship, and triumph over a host of other adversaries” (48). While often the effects are exaggerated, empirical evidence shows that some of this may be true. When I first started to encounter medical hardship, aside from the breaks, sprains, strains, and pulls I encountered through middle school, I was in high
Television made it north in the nineteen-eighties, and it has proved enormously popular.But, in the main, the Oji-Cree story is not a happy one. Since the arrival of new technologies, the population has suffered a massive increase in morbid obesity, heart disease, and Type 2 diabetes. Social problems are rampant: idleness, alcoholism, drug addiction, and suicide have reached some of the highest levels on earth. Diabetes, in particular, has become so common (affecting forty per cent of the population) that researchers think that many children, after exposure in the womb, are born with an increased predisposition to the disease. Childhood obesity is widespread, and ten-year-olds sometimes appear middle-aged.
“People who are poor tends to have a higher rate of obesity”, but in these ages even wealthy people rates have gone higher. Obesity affects everyone believe it or not. It affects are death rates, many who are obese dies from chronic diseases, and while they are alive health insurances are higher, and whose paychecks are targeted? Working individuals like you and
The documentary “The Weight of the Nation Part One (Consequences)”, does an excellent job of depicting how severe the health consequences are in correlation to the obesity epidemic. The utmost thought-provoking data in this documentary is that 68.8% of American adults are overweight or obese. When it comes down to it, people should not be looking the other way, because the nation needs to come together and make it a priority to discover a solution. In addition, morbid obesity has outstandingly increased since 1980, which I for one find that particularly alarming. This epidemic is a concern in which ascended over the span of the last thirty years.
Obesity in THE BLACK COMMUNITY: A Serious Epidemic Obesity is a serious problem, affecting an estimated 300 million people worldwide. Its prevalence is increasing in developing countries throughout the world. More than one-third of adults were obese in 2011–2012. (1) Among non-hispanic black adults, however, 56.6% of women were obese compared with 37.1% of men. (1) The health risks associated with obesity make reducing the high prevalence of obesity a health priority.
Morgan Spurlock, an American Independent Filmmaker embarked on an experiment of eating only McDonalds for thirty days. He documented his findings in a documentary titled “Supersize Me” As a result, Spurlock gained nearly twenty-five pounds, and his body mass increased almost fifteen percent. The reason behind Spurlock’s investigation was to identify the problem with our countries rise in obesity, largely contributed to a lack of fresh and healthy food being available. Obesity is an epidemic plaguing our country ever so quickly and one of the biggest reasons for it is many communities don’t have access to fresh food, and in many times that food if available exceeds the families budget. The United States Department of Agriculture (1) defines
Food Stamp Use Linked to Weight Gain, Study Finds by Jeff Grabmeier agrees with Peralta by informing that people on food stamps had a Body Mass Index that was 1.15 points higher than non-food stamp users. Women who are using food stamps are, on average, 5.8 pounds heavier than regular women. The author also educates that in 2008, almost 28 million people received food benefits from the government (Grabmeier). Food Prices and Obesity: Evidence and Policy Implications for Taxes and Subsidies written by Lisa M. Powell and Frank J. Chaloupka also agrees with these articles by notifying that the price of a calorie is cheaper in unhealthy foods. One possible solution that these authors propose is simply to lower the price of healthy foods or raise the price of unhealthy foods.