3). If the nurse can practice metacognition, she can develop the attitudes of a critical thinker and learn to think clearly and critically about his or her patient. To do that, the nurse needs to reflect on how he or she is feeling continually. The nurse who has intellectual humility will recover from mental perseverance. The nurse who has intellectual empathy will understand others’ needs.
Reflection can carry meanings that range from the idea of professionals engaging in solitary introspection to that of engaging in deep meaningful conversations with others. But for this assignment I will focus on; what is refection in the clinical setting, why it is important for health care professionals to reflect and where the ideology of reflection came from. I will also provide a personal experience of reflection during my time in the clinical setting that helped me to come up with a solution to a challenging situation. WHAT IS REFLECTION? “…the way that we learn from an experience in order to understand and develop practice” (Jasper 2003)
Provide specific examples regarding your progress in the ability to plan care for one patient during the clinical shift. 1. Describe your approach to learning about your patient’s story. At the beginning of the shift, I would look up all of the patients that are assigned to my preceptor and follow my preceptor to get RN report on each patient.
The Term reflection can have many meanings to many people. Reflection can carry meanings that range from the idea of professionals engaging in solitary introspection to that of engaging in deep meaningful conversations with others. But for this assignment I will focus on; what is refection in the clinical setting, why it is important for health care professionals to reflect and where the ideology of reflection came from. I will also provide a personal experience of reflection during my time in the clinical setting that helped me to come up with a solution to a challenging situation. WHAT IS REFLECTION?
1.1.2 BACKGROUND DUE is an concurrent, systematic process developed to maintain the appropriate and effective use of drugs. It includes a comprehensive evaluation of a patient’s drugs and health history before, during, and after dispensing in order to attempt to get accurate therapeutic decision-making and better patient
They are knowledgeable about human development, psychological theories, clinical practice, spiritual, multicultural and artistic traditions, and the healing potential of art. They use art in treatment, assessment and research, and provide consultations to other professionals. The Role of the Art in Therapy Artwork in art therapy provides the focus of the communication and acts as a vehicle for understanding growth and change. There is an interaction between the person and the therapist, in which they work together to understand the art process and product of the
Existential Therapy and PTSD Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder where individuals have persistent mental and emotional stress that may cause a disturbance of sleep and have constant vivid recall of the experience. In Existential Therapy the aim is to “help clients face anxiety and engage in action that is based on the authentic purpose of creating a worthy experience.” In my opinion existential therapy can be a great way to assist clients with PTSD cope with anxiety and search for the meaning of their lives. It is crucial that in existential therapy to consider the therapist client relationship due to it being a journey taken by both.
Being able to ensure that the patient is able to comprehend the instructions that are granted to them. During the time of organizing instructions, a key is to not confuse the patient with medical terms, abbreviation, and jargon. The primary step to writing instructions for the patient, begin to structure out an outline or blueprint for writing. Writing ETR materials has several steps. Plan and research, you should know who your audience is, their reading standards, cultural background, age group and English proficiency.
Yet another role that is closely related to the role of an assessor is that of a consultant. A clinical consultant is someone who provides “information, advice, and recommendations on how best to assess, understand, or treat a client”(TEXTBOOK). Hence a consultant often works with professionals from other disciplines one common example would be working a psychiatrist or even other clinical psychiatrist who may consult you for a second opinion on how best to treat a
This is the beginning process for the trainee nurses to start developing their contextual clinical competencies and it is depends on their clinical placement as well as supportive environment received in shaping individual values and especially clinical skills. Based on view of clinical competence literature, it is evidence that clinical skills is an important of acquiring clinical competence which consisting of clinical skills which includes knowledge, critical thinking skills, clinical decision making and clinical
As occupational therapy assistants one plays an intricate part in treating and caring for the client. In order to ensure that the client is treated properly and that they are progressing towards meeting their final outcome a treatment plan must be created. It is important that throughout treatment the occupational therapist (OT) and occupational therapy assistant (OTA) use independent professional judgement in order to ensure clients best interest are being met. The treatment plan consist of a three step intervention process: intervention plan, intervention implementation, and intervention review.
I agree, a counselor must be knowledgeable in treating abuse victims. Also, the counselor should be skilled in several techniques, because using only one technique might not be as helpful. In addition, the counselor needs to understand the context, which the abuse occurred, because there might be other deficits (Gladding, 2015). Therefore, by the counselor being skilled and different techniques in treating abuse, will allow them treating other issues. When working with a victim of abuse, the counselor should have a safely plan for the victim.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a treatment based on cognitive behavior treatment. It is a specialized form of treatment that was developed by Dr. Marsha M. Linehan. Dr. Linehan developed Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) between the late 1980s through the early 1990s. While using cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) Dr. Linehan was working with women that had chronic suicidal ideations, attempts, including self-injury.
How does one decide if he/she is component as a therapist to treat a client? In beginning to write this paper the assignment called for me to read the Association for Marriage and Family therapy ethics. This allowed me to gain some understanding of what it look like to be component to treat a client. One of the ideas that was mentioned was to make sure that there was training in the area of specialty that would be used in the therapy process.