There are various methods to adjust health care services into becoming more approachable for low literacy patients. We shall let our society be aware of the problem and accommodate to the needs of low literacy people in our health care facilities. While communicating we must talk with sensitivity, allow the patients to speak out their opinions, respect their values, goals, and beliefs, and act with acceptance. Often times, while connecting with our patients can have the ability to heal them, but others times it can hurt the patient. We must not make any assumptions about the patients, we overestimate people’s reading levels because we are not in their position and we do not think about how something so “easy” to us can be such a challenge for others.
We see the process of aging and choose not to embrace it. As a physician, I would work with my patients so that they do not fear age, but rather welcome it. I want to effectively educate my patients so they may willingly choose to lead healthy lives and ultimately extend their days left in this world with their loved ones. I hope that as a caregiver, I am able to help my patients realize that a long, healthy life is far more fulfilling than a short, glamorous one.
So instead of locking them up we should start promoting peace and welcome, instead of ironically raging terror over those who run because of terrors. We need to look at the roots of our problem, and improve our society as a whole. These people that are referred to as “illegal”, are humans too. They do not, in any way, deserve to die. And that’s why our government proposing the law to extend the time a person can be held in poorly maintained detention centres with cold-hearted treatment, is absurd.
“Kantian Ethics can help us determine what we must not do; but how are we to decide what we should do.” (p16) There are strong views to why some individuals agree and disagree on Dr. Brody dilemma, and personally I believe its how you as a individual view the situation along with your beliefs. In todays world doctors are placed everyday situations to where they are forced to make the right ethical decision possible for the patient. Some might view it as been wrong and others might see it been perfectly okay. And reading others post on this dilemma with Dr. Brody did help me understand why others seen it been okay to help end Mr. Lasken life and did not view it as a wrong action. As individuals we have different opinions and beliefs, and would handle situations differently however, I still stand on what I believe would be wrong in this situation.
Crisis counselors face many problems in the job field, including preparing for a humanitarian aid and fulfilling the job requirements. One of the first issues facing a crisis counselor, once already given a degree, is to prepare for humanitarian aid. Per the Red Cross Mental Health Handbook, a crisis counselor can prepare to help people is to become knowledgeable about different organizations that you can refer a patient to if they need assistance that you cannot provide. It also states that one needs to learn how to listen before speaking, because it is about them not you. The hurting people do not need to hear another sob story, they have their own.
Especially psychologist that deal with mental and behavioral health such as Clinical psychologists. Dealing with such, there are opportunities to witness different cases that cause some questioning on how it can be fixed. Whether to help their own client or have an effect on the world, studies are conducted to prove and cure. With my dreams to work in the psychology field, I will have to be aware that the possibility of forming an experiment that can result in being controversial is likely. While enjoying helping people mentally and emotionally, I do not want to harm them in any way, especially when my experiment is set out to prove a major problem within society.
However, punishing those with mental illness in the same fashion as those whom know of the wrongfulness of their crimes is unfair. It would be beneficial for society and for the health of those with mental illnesses to be found guilty of the crimes they have committed but to be treated separately from other individuals without mental illnesses. Not allowing the use of the insanity plea would eliminate many unfair tactics used by lawyers when defending their clients as well as eliminating any uncertainty in determining one’s mental culpability. In lieu of the plea, courts who provide proper treatment to individuals who are deemed insane would allow for the public to retain a sense of safety and trust in the judicial system. Mentally ill individuals should not automatically be granted use of the insanity plea unless they undergo examination by mental health professionals on both the prosecuting and defending sides.
Clinicians also need to be aware that when working with their clients, sometimes it is easier to start the session with the client when using nondirective interviewing. Non-directive interview is good for a new clinician, because it will help them be more self-aware and will help them find out more about the themselves. When clinicians use non-directive approaches the clinician has a less chance of upsetting the client or missing the client’s diagnosis in early treatment. When clinicians use nondirective approaches it also benefits the client, because they feel that their feelings, actions, attitudes, and
This is because individuals who experience the ill effects of Schizoid Personality Disorder frequently keep up a social separation with individuals in their lives, even those near them; the clinician ought to work to guarantee the patient’s security in the helpful relationship. Psychotherapy ought to concentrate on straightforward treatment objectives to mitigate current concerns or stressors inside the individual 's life. Psychological rebuilding activities might be suitable for specific sorts of clear, unreasonable reflections which are adversely affecting the patient 's practices. The remedial system ought to be obviously characterized at the onset. Security and support are the keys to great treatment with somebody who experiences schizoid identity issue.
This also means that it improved data for epidemiological research. (Ahima, 2015) Not only did ICD-10 do all of that but it did so much more, like measuring outcomes and care provided to patients. Making new clinical decisions along with identifying fraud and abuse to save patients information. No one understood the value of ICD-10 until it came out. With ICD-10 having greater accuracy, higher quality, improved efficiencies and lower costs and, reduced errors it made the medical community look easier and safer for