Empathy allows the nurse to relate to the client’s pain or distress. Listening to the client speak about an experience, allows the nurse to imagine how they felt. Different types of therapeutic communication skills help the nurse to be empathetic towards the client. Nurses should be non-judgemental when they are with a client. They should respect the client despite their mental health backgrounds.
Nurses must also deal with families of patients with gentleness and kindness, realizing they are going through a stressful situation also. Nursing is a responsibility to provide the finest care regardless of the patient’s age, race, religion, sex, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or their past. Nurses must keep up to date on education, new processes, policies and keep informed about new laws and regulations in healthcare, so outstanding healthcare can be administered. As a nurse, you have undertaken a responsibility to provide people the finest quality care that can possibly receive. It is a nurses’ duty to follow the code of ethics, to act
Using these words, the authors draw the line of distinction between the roles of “the saint” and “the whore” (200). Secondly, independent women in fairy tales were often associated with the concept of evil because they menaced the patriarchal order itself (203). No longer relying on men for emotional or economic support, these women were harder to control (203). However, back in the days when these tales were crafted, “most women had not been by tradition so fortunate as to enjoy the economic independence that would enable them to run their lives as wished” (203). As a result, their roles in society were entirely defined by their relationships with men (207).
The trustors qualities, skills and behaviour with gestures and body language indicating caring, attention, warmth and patience are key to develop a trusting relationship (Rortveit K. et al. 2015). Trust was associated with nurses taking time, sitting down and answering questions, showing interest and expressing concern as well as sharing experiences and emotions (Rortveit K. et al. 2015). Nurses who demonstrated a commitment to person-centred care were seen as trustworthy professionals (Thorpe G. et al.
communication helps a nurse establish a relationship with the patient to help him acquire health behaviours such as health history etc. therapeutic communication skills provide planned and deliberate interactions which in- return promotes a good relationship between the patient and the nurse. It provides the nurse the framework for observing , understanding and predicting what occurs during interpersonal communications: Good communication in a not context helps for planning, controlling, decision making organizing in an organization to be easier. CRITICAL EVALUATION MANAGEMENT Personal life In my personal, life especially as a nurse management has made me sail gently through all the changes life throws at me. Management helps me
Henrietta does not solve her problem through pure hard work and dedication alone but, they are the main driving forces that help in her success. Finally, the protagonist grows because of the people she has meets and the experiences that take place during her journey. By the end of Lauren Gunderson 's script, Henrietta gives the impression that she somewhat understands what her life and life in general means. The author best exemplifies this on pages 53 and 54: HENRIETTA. Life is about getting appropriately upset.
Dickert and Kass (2009) have identified “empathy, care, autonomy, provision of information, recognition of individuality, dignity, and attention to needs” (p. 420) as salient themes patients need to feel respected. Notably, nurses can address many of these themes by, as Florence Nightingale once said, “always sitting down when a sick person is talking business to you, show no signs of hurry, give complete attention and full consideration if your advice is wanted” (as
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens explores multiple themes, however one of the most vital to both the story and the protagonist, Pip, is that of social class. It is central to the novel because it is what the novel is based around. What advantages being a part of an upper class society has compared to the little opportunities that those in lower social classes have. Hence, Pip wants to become a wealthy gentleman and escape his current social class.However, at the start of the novel Pip was entirely oblivious to what a social class was and it was only after he was introduced to Estella that he was awakened to the truth and harshness of how superficicial the world was and ended up falling for it and dreamed of becoming a gentleman Pip ends up getting his dream of being a gentleman come true by being funded by an unknown donor. However, while he is learning what it is like to be a wealthy gentleman, he also learn a lot more about the lifestyle than just mannerisms and way of speech.
Emily Brontë’s single novel Wuthering Heights (1847) is a unique masterpiece for the image of love and passion that gives and the unusual narrative structure. Her sister Charlotte and hers Jane Eyre were more rooted in convention but dared in her own way. George Eliot (pseudonym for Mary Ann Evans), appeared during 1860s, in her books was mostly concerned with ethical conflicts and social problems. Elizabeth Gaskell primary intention was to analyze work-class, to inform middle-class about workers condition and to offer solution in social and political problems. Indeed Emily Brontë and Elizabeth Gaskell’s works made a huge contribute to English literature but as well as they have similarities they also have differences.
The female characters within Wuthering Heights were anything but stagnant with their personalities and expressed feelings and actions. On one spectrum was Catherine, who felt restricted by her role as a woman. She married a man of a high class for his wealth and security instead of the man who made her content emotionally primarily because the latter was of a lower class. Her father recognized her admiration for Heathcliff as he states “She was much too fond of Heathcliff” (35) as they grew up together in the Heights. Though she remains naive, as she grew out of her tomboyish youth, she allowed herself to be tied down to social ideals.