The nurse and patient need to establish an interactive relationship built on trust and effective communication to set goals that are mutually grounded and then take actions to achieve the goals. King’s theory emphasizes the importance of adopting the whole person concept of care. If effective interaction and transaction occur, then patient’s will be able to achieve an optimal level of
It enables individuals to attain a higher order of consciousness by gaining a comprehension that the various states of human cognizance have some healing and evolutionary potential that is greater than any person can fathom. A transpersonal experience ends up being recognized by the parties involved as a state that differs from ordinary consciousness (Clark, 2016). During this involvement, the nurse is in a position to gain a deeper connection with the patient through counteractive interactions that are beneficial to both parties. Watson`s mentor in regards to TP is Abraham Maslow who came up with this approach in the 1950`s (Clark, 2016). In reference to this, Watson argues out that in a situation where the nurses end up treating the patient by offering assistance with reference to fulfillment of their personal needs, such an ailing individual ends up gaining recognition as well as experiencing love and affection thus leading them to gain a great amount of energy that leads them to self-actualization (Watson & Woodward, 2010).
The nurse can then promote the patients’ self-reflection, connection with a god/high power, and the connection between patient and family. The patient will communicate and ask questions they don’t understand about their sickness and question the meaning it has in their life. Nurses can engage in connection with god/higher power when appropriate. They can adhere to rituals by praying and facilitating ritual rites. Connections with patient and family build a relationship that validates the meaning of the patient’s life and creates a greater
The patients will trust the nurse when they know that they can be reliable. The nurse can gain clients trust by being caring, showing an interest in them, being honest and showing the client that they are listening to them. In nursing it is important to be empathetic. The nurse ensure that they are being empathic towards the client and not sympathetic. Empathy allows the nurse to relate to the client’s pain or distress.
STRATEGIC PLANNING Strategic planning is a comprehensive process which includes everything which a business should become and how best it can achieve that goal. Basically it links the business objectives to the actions and resources required to achieve them. While doing this it offers a systematic procedure to ask and answer the most critical questions faced by the management team. DEFINITION George Steiner defines strategic planning as “the formulation of basic organizational mission, purpose and objectives; policies and programmes to achieve them, and the methods needed to achieve organizational ends. WHY DO COMPANIES USE STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS?
In nursing, empathy consists of correct emotional distance from the patient to safeguard neutrality and an appropriate competent response. The nurse-client relationship nature is that of unequal power. Despite the fact that the nurse may not immediately grasp it, the nurse is in possession of more power than the client. The nurse has more dominance and influence in the health care system, professional knowledge, access to powerful information, and the capability to show support and defense for the client and the client’ s relatives, Newman (2005) pointes out. The proper use of power, in a caring manner, allows the nurse to associate with the client to satisfy the client’s needs.
Patient empowerment is also considered to be an approach to health promotion involving patient’s autonomy. Ensuring patient is actively involved in their care, allows the patient’s to achievement of self-efficacy of having a sense of control in their own life. Studies had shown that, by empowering the patients in decision making, there was a change in behaviour and life style. Patients took control of their own health and wellness, which lead to decrease in dependence on healthcare service. Patient’s previous experiences had influenced their level of empowerment in decision making.
Liberation as the ultimate goal of life: the ultimate aim or goal of philosophy is to liberate from the suffering vi. Spiritualistic: However, the idea of spiritual liberation is highly considered. That is everything is dependent on spiritual and can be tackled spiritually. Needs of Nursing Philosophy Below are the basic needs for nursing philosophy a. Patients are aware of their rights; it’s unethical to distort it.
It is purely therapeutic and should be planned, time-limited, and goal-oriented. Imogene King explained this further when she developed her Theory of Goal Attainment. She stipulated that interactions between the nurse and the patient must result in goal achievement (Webber, 2015). Therefore, the nurse must meet the client needs and help them regain control of their health. Regardless of the context or the duration this relationship, the nurse has the obligation to respect the client 's dignity, promote their autonomy, and respect their privacy.
SWOT word that in the past it was called TOWS, the initial four-letter words; S (strengths), W (weaknesses), O (opportunities) and T (threats) are taken. This strategy is the first time in 1982 by Weihrich in an article entitled The TOWS matrix a tool for situational analysis described. SWOT analysis is generally characteristic has two categories; First, assess the internal situation, including strengths and weaknesses are available. Second, the assessment of the relationship with the external environment, and is included threats and opportunities. Strengths positive attributes that benefit the activity, and its success will help the goal of using these positive features.