St. Vincent Group topic: Break the Behavior Chain PO was on time for OP group and moderately participated in the group activities that include: learning the behavior chain sequences; identifying personal behavior chain for high risk situation; discussing alternative ways to break the destructive behavior. PO completed “Behavior Chain” mapping exercise and openly shared with the group members about the behavior that she would like to change with. PO stated "I have to remind myself, I can't have everything at once, and I have to work for it." PO reported that she was asked to write a thinking report to her CCO due to missed group last week. PO is making steady progress in treatment.
Loretta is an Educator that has extensive experience with developing health and wellness programs for young children and adolescents at local secondary schools. Loretta has a BS degree in Biological Sciences and a Master degree Education. Loretta has held such prestigious positions as Development Director for the University of Houston, Resource Director for the Innovative Alternative, Inc. Counseling Center and Resource Center Director for the American Red Cross as well as a number of positions within the field of education. She gained experience managing and overseeing the operations of nonprofit organizations while working at the Greene County Service Center and the American Red Cross. Loretta founded SuperGirl SHINE Foundation after realizing some of the challenges young girls face while trying to grow up in impoverished neighborhoods through her with young girls through her work with the SuperLady Live Movement.
Mrs. Horner came and spoke to the class about Acupuncture as an alternative medical choice. Her interest in acupuncture stemmed from health problems that she acquired at an early age, that did not decrease until she went to acupuncture therapy. Since then, Mrs. Horner went to school and worked to get a license to practice acupuncture. She got her Bachelor’s degree in human nutrition and her master degree in applied science and traditional Chinese medicine. Currently, Mrs. Horner works at Live Oak Acupuncture here in Waco.
The student health visitor accompanied HV for Lilly new birth visit and was also present when Lilly called her HV for advice with regards to baby having breathing difficulties. The “so what “stage of Driscoll model (Rolfe, 2011) allows the exploration of this incident in all its perspectives. Therefore, critical analysis will be completed with the key themes being effects of having a pre-term baby, maternal anxiety, cultural differences, communication, therapeutic nurse relationship, and its impact on
Sharing of the Birth Story through a Parent Interview The purpose of this paper is to correlate the information gathered from interviewing my mother, Suzanna, about her first birth experience and the knowledge I have gained in my Maternal/Newborn class. Unfolding the story behind my birth, will help me, as a student nurse, understand the problems, emotions, and experiences that arise when giving birth. Knowing the stories behind women’s birth is beneficial to nurses and families. For nurses, it will help provide personalized care by knowing what information and care to provide. For families, it can provide insight to the mother you have never known and provide knowledge and inspiration in birthing our own children.
As a nurse you are also putting yourself at risk to help another person. After high school I plan on getting my nursing degree, and then eventually specialize in pediatric nursing. My goal is to help patients in as many ways that I possibly can. This scholarship will help me financially with my college education. Thank you for taking the time to read my essay and consider me for this
She has demonstrated her knowledge of nursing by receiving her education and working with others in healthcare. I look forward to being like her one day and pursue my dreams, just like Angie did. Motivation is key throughout this whole process. I have always wanted to be a nurse since day one. Seeing my father battle sickness for almost fourteen years confirmed my decision.
Outcome 5: Use Basic Communication and Collaborative Skills to Optimize Patient Outcomes Brenen Dapkiewicz NU 311 Fundamentals of Nursing Practicum Washburn University School of Nursing Knowledge Q1: Describe how you utilized several communication skills you were introduced to in class. During my long-term care experience last Friday, I was exposed to many forms of communication. There was non-verbal communication, where you could just see that a patient was maybe anxious or content. I witnessed verbal communication between nurses, certified nurse's assistants, bath assistants, and even student nurses. However, the best example I can give about communication and how I utilized communication was during my first insulin injection.
And also last month I had the opportunity to shadow a second year student working her patient Barbra. I loved her entire attitude and interaction with her patient. Barbra herself told me she preferred coming to the clinic instead of going to her dentist. It was mainly based on a making the patient feel comfortable with forming a professional relationship that encourage a welcoming place for a patient like Barbra, who needed a deep cleaning according to her dentist. I am planning on doing more shadowing and observing.
First moral attribute Walt has is being compassionate, and this is mainly for his daughter’s mental health and wellbeing. Within the first few pages we can see that Walt has compassion for working with his daughter Cady, who was in physical therapy and pushed her to finish her exercises. When Walt is in the field with the HPs, he asks Cox’s “to have Rosey radio into our dispatch and ask them to tell Cady I won’t be coming home
Focus: Reyna will communicate her feelings in an appropriate manner on a daily basis. Intervention: Clinician discussed the youth’s feelings of unsupervised visits with bio-family. Clinician asked about BMod visits and individual therapy. Clinician encouraged the youth to practice her coping and independent skill to prove she is ready to return home. Response: Reyna expressed her unsupervised family visits are going well.
The message is that there is things can be done to combat diabetes, it is your responsibility to ask your doctor for your options if they do not tell you. You can seek the help of a nutrition expert and personal trainer to assist you in making the lifestyle changes to fight diabetes. Get tested and tell your loved ones to get tested as
“School nurses are responsible for providing and supervising school nursing services for children with complex health concerns” (DuChateau, Beversdorf, & Wolff, 2015, p. 173). A clinical flow plan will make the clinical setting positively conducive for students and teachers. This could be accomplished by setting up clinical flow plan that would serve as a routine guide for how care is administered upon arrival of the student to the health suite all the way until the student returns to
Purpose and Goals Statement The Ohio State University Graduate College of Nursing Christina M Sanchez As a little girl, all of my art projects and writing assignments were full of ambitious promises to cure the sick of all their ailments. Watching my mother care for my ill grandmother, who lived with us when I was young, ignited my passion to help those in need. It then became my fierce determination to make an immediate difference in the quality of life for others. I could not wait to start. I began volunteering as a candy striper at the age of fourteen, rotating through nearly every department in the hospital.
Not everyone there is a Teenage Senior like she is. I usually call her once a week and we will talk about the community she talks about how is enjoys helping the old folks in the wheelchairs and walkers at the Community Center. I believe staying active and going to see her doctor once a month has kept her living a healthy and happy life 1.