All studies look at how to prevent the onset of PU’s. Honestly, when I began research for this topic, I thought strategy’s like the DV’s mentioned in this study would be most evident in research. However, there is minimal best evidence based interventions for patients who already suffer with PU’s, and in the case where interventions were proven to be beneficial, small sample size results in findings that cannot be generalised and PU’s still remaining to be a problem in HC (Wann-Hansson, et al., 2008; Chaboyer, et al., 2016; Hoviattalab, et al., 2014; Kallman & Suserud,
There is a well-established literature regarding effective cognitive behavioral therapy in treating mental health problems, specifically those utilizing face-to-face counseling. However, less people seek treatment not only a lack of treatment availability, but also reticence to seek help because of perceived stigma associated with mental illness, discomfort discussing mental health problems, and / or a preference
The first commitment of an ethical physician is to the patient. However, money could prevent that commitment to the patient. Physicians might think that small improvements for clinical outcomes is not worth the money. When money is spent to make medical improvement, it should be based on medical care that would have a greater benefits or meaningful purpose. In order to improve the physician's choices, they should be taught to use social and individual resources for clinical interventions.
The fist con of the public health model is that to focus on an individual’s health is more difficult to do, due to it also looks at the social issues that are happening that may be causing the individual to have their current issues (Woodside & McClam, 2015). The public health model emphasizes prevention more than treatment which is a great concept but if the client needs treatment than this can lead to them not understanding the steps to prevent the issue in the future which is another con of the public health model (Woodside & McClam, 2015). There are pros with the public health model and one of those pros it that the focus is on a larger population and not an individual so more people are getting the treatments that they need while preventing others from having the same issue (Woodside & McClam, 2015). A second pro of the public health model is that in today’s society health has a more positive meaning because people want to live a full life and be able to cope with circumstances in a positive manner (Woodside & McClam, 2015). The final of the three models is the human service model which I will discuss in the next section because it is also used to help clients with their daily
“The approach is described as “integrative” when different art techniques are intentionally used in combination with traditional medicines to promote improved health.” Like any treatment, there are limitations to expressive therapy in treatment and intervention. While expressive therapies have been applied to all age groups, to most mental and therapeutic issue, and to diverse settings, there are customers who may not benefit by these modalities for different reasons. In the first place, a few people, often adults, might be unwilling to take part in an expressive modality in treatment since they believe that they are not "innovative" or can't create something that is "imaginative." Therapists starting expressive activities as interventions may furthermore experience resistance to engage by clients who see themselves as unfit to utilize imagination, who are on edge about self-expression, or who are impervious to active participation. Moreover, and ironically, those individuals with wide involvement in art, music, or dance will not be able to give up on learned rules about self-expression and might be repressed in their spontaneity in therapy when requested to express themselves in a specific
While trying to please a specific stakeholder another holder could be compromised. For example, a patient may need a specific treatment. The physician’s administration attempt to gain approval form the insurance company to proceed with the treatment and is denied. The insurance company instead gives the physician another less expensive option. Though the option presented is less likely to give a better percentage of a positive outcome for the patient.
The primary intent of managed care is to reduce health care costs. Preventive care and early intervention is the emphasis of managed care. “Many critics believe that the managed care organizations will not continue in their current state.” The quality of services needs to take precedence over cost and efficiency to improve
Psychotherapy should not be eliminated for mental patients; both medication and therapy should be used for helping the patient. The medicine should help control the patient 's problem, but not their attitude, however psychotherapy helps the problem being dealt with and their attitude. Psychotherapy also helps the patients express themselves; meanwhile the medicine prescribed to these patients will make them quiet, sleepy and sometimes even give them a depression. Long since World War 1 much research has been done into whether mental patients should have medicine or psychotherapy. Most researchers think medicine can take over the job of therapy.
Being compassionate to patients and having an aptitude for technology and complex procedures may be essential to become a good respiratory therapist. However, these qualities are not sufficient enough to get to the top of your field. There are still few characteristics you must have to be able perform your duties in the best way possible.
Despite the fact that there are contradictions to mainly focusing on mental health, I presume that the process of healing can’t primarily be set on overcoming physical barriers, it must also include the mental and social barriers. We’ve all heard the saying, or something similar to, “mind over matter” which means the willingness to surmount physical problems. This saying is so prevalent because it’s true. If one is mentally stable enough to desire to get better, than the physical healing process would come a lot easier and
Clinician Acceptance Leading to Sustainable use of Telehealth Services Abstract: Purpose: Telehealth which is considered to be promising is facing barriers towards its uptake and sustainable use. While many barriers include less demand, inadequate technology, workforce pressure, the study conducted proposes a single factor which is limiting the uptake and sustainability of telehealth. Which is the factor that influence the uptake and sustainable use of telehealth? How does the study propose the key factor using evidence and model to support its viewpoint and how does it link to other factors while showing its dominance over the other factors? Design/Methodology/Approach: Review of published article on ‘Qualitative Health Research’ Journal Findings: The study proposes that ‘Clinical Acceptance’, is the key factor contributing to sustainable use of Telehealth service using grounded theory.
The last argument that this paper will look at is the argument of double effect. In the context of terminal illness physician assisted suicide could instead be seen as a vital form of care for someone who is suffering, instead of the failure of medicine. Physician assisted suicide seems to oppose the pro-life view, but on closer examination, its purpose is instead to relieve suffering in imminently terminal cases where it is thought that no other treatment could reasonably hope to do the same. Even though traditionally the role of the doctor is seen as extending life, that role may also encompass the assistance in PAS.