I chose to interview someone that I have looked up to and has been an inspiring role model for deciding to pursue a career in nursing. I have known Phyllis Czarnecki, for six years now, however, I was never familiar with the details of her career as a registered nurse. This interview gave me more respect for Mrs. Czarnecki by giving me a better understanding of the path she has taken to be where she is now. I have always known the general idea of a nurse's responsibilities, however, this interview allowed me to learn the personal opinions and a specific job of a registered nurse. Phyllis realized, as a teenager, she wanted to become a nurse when her mom was hospitalized and undergoing surgery.
In 2009 the NHS constitution was published by the Department of health to help set key principles for all NHS bodies. The Department of health has last renewed the NHS constitution in 2013.The Department of health sets out that it will renew the constitution every 10 years (NHS constitution, 2015). The NHS constitution is there to provide a professional standard of care in a safe, high-quality environment. These values are in place to be a common reference for all NHS staff; patients and public so that they are striving towards the same principles and values.
The person I’ve chosen to interview is Li Juan Zhang. She is my mom and immigrated to the United States in 1993. The reason I chose my mom as my interviewee is because I felt it was important to know more about my mom’s history before I was born. Li was born on June 16, 1968 to the parents of Yigi Yu and Hui Lain Zhang. She has a younger brother named Yu Peng Zhang.
Final Paper The person I chose to interview for this final paper was my mother, Peggy. I am going to start with providing a brief social history on her. Peggy was born on October 29, 1940 to my grandparents, Marie and John. She is the second of six children, and was raised in Philadelphia.
Background Since the introduction of critical care units in the 1960s, family presence has been dictated by restricted visitation policies, in which families are limited to when they can visit their loved ones.6 In the pursuit of excellent patient care, many critical care units are transitioning towards a PFCC model.4-8 Within the PFCC model the role of family presences on patient outcomes is recognized as an important element of the care process.1,4-8 Patients admitted to the critical care unit are often in a vulnerable state of health and require family members to communicate pertinent health-related information to the healthcare team and participate in life-altering decision-making. If this interaction is interrupted patient safety may become
The third leading themes that also can be seen throughout the book is the type of conversations that the wisdom teacher adopt in exposing the main idea of the book. Here, the writer of the book used the the type of family-relational conversations. The idea of “relationship” between each of member of a family clearly played a significant role in presenting the main idea of the book. The “father-son relationship,” parents-children relationship,” “mother-son relationship” are the examples of the flow of conversation that being used in the book. This theme can also be noticed that this book meant to be read as the guideline book for the parents in training their children, and also, this book can be seen as the textbook for the children that will
Discussion 4 • How important was your family in shaping who you are today in terms of your aspirations? Being the first of my immediate family to attend college, I have them to thank for my work ethic due to their continuously supporting me. My family has allowed me to grow into an individual that is hardworking and prepared for the reality of entering society as an adult. They have helped me learn the elements of socialization so that I may become well rounded and able to create meaningful connections with other individuals. These minor details have altered my life for the better by placing me on a path towards succeeding in my future endeavors.
After completing a family analysis and assessment with various models, I would like to reflect on how I can better utilize these tools in my future and gain a better understanding of family centered care. I will be using the Rolfe, Freshwater, & Jasper (2001) model to complete my reflection and weigh the pros and cons of assessing the family with the Calgary Family Assessment Model, the genogram, and the ecomap. I started making the genogram first, this was probably the most laborious part of the assignment. Getting used to the computer programming took the majority of the time. After the initial struggle to gain momentum, the project became much easier and the ecomap was created more naturally than the genogram.
I come from a family of hardworking and extremely determined people who never stop looking forward. It dates way back to the 1950s overcoming abject poverty in the rural South. My ancestors worked as sharecroppers, this proved for a better quality of life and better opportunity for employment. My family today keeps that legacy going -- we keep looking forward. We are basically like any other family.
Introduction: “Family support programs are community-based organizations working with children, families and caregivers to enhance strengths, to build capacities and to promote healthy development” (FRP Canada, 2002). We all need to be able to acquire support when things get hard in our lives. The support we receive from families, friends and support centre plays a strong role in our wellbeing. No matter how tough or happy we are, we all need help from time to time. Many times, the support we receive from outsiders contribute great benefit to our lives as they might not be emotionally attached.
Family theories have been used throughout the history of nursing to help guide patient care and provide the best patient outcomes. Certain theories may be more applicable to the specific patient encounter; however, each theory has benefits and drawbacks to their use. The purpose of this paper is to examine two selected theories, comparing their strengths and weaknesses. I will also discuss a theoretical family in relation to one theory, and how that theory can be best integrated into the care provided by an Advanced Practice Nurse (APN). Description of Theories
Helen Villalobos Mrs. Cintas ERWC Per.3 September 9, 2016 Personal Statement “Your father and I didn’t have a chance to finish school and you have the opportunity to go and make a career out of it. I don’t want you to grow up and have to work some much like us, struggling and being so tired. I want you to become something in life that your are going to enjoy and I want us to be your motivation to do good and go on with your education. We will always support you and provide for you in anything we can.” My mother’s words helped me set my dreams from this day on, and my dreams kept getting bigger each day.
I decided to interview my dad, Tim Ely. He 's a certified life coach, financial advisor, and special education teacher. He 's been a certified life coach for about 2 years now and a special education teacher for about 5 weeks now. I chose to interview him because he exemplifies success in that he has impacted so many people that he has talked to. This very much fits in with my own definition of success in that success is people impacting others.
Cover Letter This essay made me do a lot of thinking about what family meant to me. There were a lot of words that came to mind but I came to the conclusion of only a few. There are SO many different definitions of family, love, support, etc.