Prisons need to find a way to help inmates become stable enough to go back into society. They also need to improve their living conditions that cause many people in prison to become mentally ill and reevaluate officers to prevent an abuse of power. MENTAL HEALTH Prison have an impact on people 's
I also led a weekly discussion section, held individual office hours, and ran exam review sessions. Part of the challenge was to find an optimal method to communicate human physiology concepts to students. I utilized different techniques in my discussion sessions such as small group activities
Provide training to all prison staff on mental health issues. Training should reinforce staff understanding of mental disorders, raise awareness on human rights, challenge stigmatizing attitudes and encourage mental health promotion for guards and inmates. In addition, prison health workers need more specialized skills to identify and manage the prisoners’ mental health. According to HM Prison Probation & Service (2018), prison staff ‘keep those sentenced to prison in custody, helping them lead law-abiding and useful lives, both while they are in prison and after they are released.’ It believes that prison staff will play a huge part in the life of an offender, helping them to learn and develop new skills (HM Prison Probation & Service,
My first activity was sitting in the bed board meeting. This takes place every morning with the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), departments nurse managers, departments charge nurses, house supervisor, wound care nurse, Infectious Disease (ID) and social services. The purpose for this meetings is to address important information to plan the day. Some of the information that was mention was: How many patients are admitted at this time, open beds, pending discharges, foley telemetry, central lines, sitters, and inmates. Once the CNO receives information from each unit, he then set goals to be achieve.
This clinical experience has really helped me to sharpen my communication skills and realize just how important it is to understand mental health. We are told multiple times in class that mental health issues can be seen on any floor and that is the truth. I’ve seen patients in my older adult clinical on the pulmonary floor suffer from issues that range from anxiety to bipolar disorder and depression. Being able to understand how to approach people that suffer from these types of illnesses, allows us, the nurses, to give the patient the best care that we can. It helps to build a trusting relationship and get to know them on a personal level.
There are two types of subculture, deprivation and importation. Deprivation is things you learn inside the prison walls, since being deprived from things in prison, prisoners will result to doing these activities. For example, homosexuality rates increase in prisons since the prisoners are being deprived from their heterosexual partners. Another example of deprivation is the power to make decisions, in prison you cannot make most decisions for yourself. Prisoners are given a time to eat, sleep, and do recreational activities.
Throughout this class, I have been in an AA and NA meetings and had a chance to get to know many people and learn about their struggles and stories. Each individual had a different story and it was a very great experience for me to apply my knowledge to learn more from others. The most experience and knowledge I got from my clinical. By learning about therapeutic communication I was able to apply my knowledge and communicate with patients.
What however I have recognised in my first few weeks of University looking back on what I have achieved in my employment so far are the skills, values and ethics that I have already demonstrated to myself and others out in the workforce. My previous employers have all seen in me skills of communication and sociability in regard to dealing with colleagues, clients, management and the general public. An area I recognise may need some improvement is my critical thinking skills, particularly if I were to pursue a career in psychology as these are essential when analysing psychological research (Burton, Westen & Kowalski, 2015). I also have demonstrated to capacity to use empathy in work related situations, which has allowed to find customised resolutions for customers that exceed their expectations and confirm their trust not only in myself but by extension the company and the industry that I am working
Example: During my one week ICE after each initial evaluation I performed my clinical instructor always provided feedback for not just what I did well but what I improved on. Each time she gave me feedback I made note of what it was and applied it to the next patient where by the end of my week long ICE my feedback from her was more positive for I improved on the areas that she originally gave me feedback on in the beginning of the week. 2. Applying the received feedback a. Example: During my one week ICE my CI gave me feedback at the end of each day.
As an English student this semester, I have learned how to develop essays in an appropriate educated way in English 101. I have learned how to find and properly use different sources in my essays as well as improving on MLA format. This class has also improved my writing skills in my work place. I presently work as a secretary for a company, and my job consists of writing letters to people from time to time. The skills that I have learned has dramatically improved those letters, allowing them to appear more professional.
The senior manager and I then had a very productive meeting building upon the solutions outlined in my chart, including the development of plans for process improvement and additional customer service-related training within the department. 6. – 8. Develop three (3) questions that you would like to ask the interviewer about the position, company, and
Employees are an important part in the success of a company. Lifeline medical has strength in the knowledge and exceptional customer service their employees provide each day (Lifeline Medical, personal communication, August 2015). The company achieves this strength by requiring their new hires to go through extensive training. Through the Professional Medical Education Association, the company 's new hires take classes and exams to gain the knowledge needed to best serve Lifeline Medical 's business customers (Education). Likewise, Lifeline Medical employees maintain their knowledge through classes biannually (Education).
CMO continues to meet weekly and as needed with division leaders to identify issues and factors that need to be addressed in order to ensure the appropriate operational approaches that should impact clinician as well as client satisfaction and therefore better outcomes. 1. Ongoing in-services for our prescriber staff in the use of our Electronic Health Records (EHR) continue to translate into improvement of the required content in order to justify appropriate billing codings to enhance our collection rates. Chief Medical Officer has personally being reviewing a random number of cases per provider and meeting with them individually to provide feedback and improve their performance. This should also impact obtaining the documentation needed for appropriate coding and improved collections.