The last few days I have had the chance to work with Chrystal I wanted to do a quick recap on what we have been able to cover in her training so far and confirm improvement on points Amanda was able to make in her first recap! Chrystal is overall very confident in setting up for appointment, filling out tray covers, getting patients from the front, walking them to the front, and taking photos (we discussed improvements on photos and techniques.) Here are a few appointments we have covered in the last few days. Comfort shorts: She is very eager to jump in! She has done an amazing job at not only fixing the initial reason for the patient coming it but also checking the whole mouth.
At first it was confusing because she talked a lot about Essentrics first and kept saying she would explain it later on in the book. She was hyping the Essentrics program a lot in the beginning saying how thirty minutes a day can help pain, slow aging, heal injuries and so on. After reading the first couple of pages, the book was getting repetitive and I wanted to know what the thirty minutes exercise were already. On the other hand the hype of Essentrics was actually worthy because that was her hook in the book. Reading the first couple of pages in the first chapter was interesting and deep explaining in a cellular level how our bodies work.
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.
As I reflect on my medication pass, I not only realize the lessons I learned, but also the things I will take with me with me for a lifetime. This was quite the experience of learning and lessons to become a registered nurse, so as I began my day, I began by looking up my patient’s medication. I would be passing in the MAR – on the computer. This is where I proceeded to check for allergies (medicine and relevant food), this should be done every time you give a medication. The instructor said ok are you ready?
Treatment Team Response: SES discussed with Mrs. Crawford (mother) with William progress to date. SES stated that William is very accommodating in terms of attending meetings and providing requests for information. SES also relayed that William has been communicating via text and telephone and he follows and listen to instructions well. William 's mother also expressed that he needs to get out of the house and socialize more with other people. Finally, Mrs Crawford suggested to SES that William should begin keeping a calendar to keep track of his appointment times and his work schedule.
I found this passage unique because the author intensely defined Millicent after she was chosen to participate in the initiation. The author described her physically and mentally and described how the teachers felt truthfully. It gives the reader detailed descriptions of the protagonist and foreshadows the events to come.
I listened to everything she had to say, I caught myself tearing up just listing to her stories and how impactful being a social worker can be. This was one interview I felt that I had hardly any listing blocks standing in the way. I know I must have looked like a bomb went off with all of the information giving. I know my face had some blank stares to gather how this department works. I was aware of my nonverbal communication but I kept up my posture and eye contact to learn everything I could about this
I think looking back I should have taken initiative and gone to my preceptor before entering the room, so she could have informed and prepared me for what I was about to see. Although the nurses were very helpful once Katie was transferred. They explained what had happened, they discussed their reasons for doing everything they did, and they
8 – Don’t forget places of worship. If she is already active in a church, synagogue or other place of worship, encourage her to contact the office and ask if there are any volunteer tasks available. Most places of worship encourage members to give of their time and talents. Many need help placing inserts into weekly bulletins, washing sheets for nursery cribs or wiping down baby toys to prevent germs from spreading. 9 – Don’t forget the love.
While Ms. Pedone and I were trying to establish 3 routines for her family, I thought it would be best for us to first start by writing down the routines as she sees them now and things in a routine that she would like to change. First, thing I did was have Ms. Pedone tell me exactly what they do in the morning. By doing this we established that Jordanna is home by herself for roughly 2 hours. Ms. Pedone clarified that during this time she stays in constant communication with Jordanna by phone. She calls to wakes her up, tells her to get ready and then calls back repeatedly to check in to make sure Jordanna left out for school on time.
She often refferred to a paper with the patients history of problems and she grabbed things they needed for tests for the patients well-being. She was helped by a nurse 's aid. If they needed answers they usually went to the doctors or went back to their patient information for more insight. A typical day for Cindy was woke up, checked on al her patients, took vitals and then prepared them for any tests or surgeries they needed for the day. Some things I thought was cool was the relationship she had with some of her patients.