Coping with such new tasks can bring about a myriad of emotional reactions such as anxiety and fear that one will not succeed, or indeed courage and relief that one has mastered a new skill. The dual process model includes other aspects of adjustment than changes in relationship alone (Stroebe & Schut, 1999). This is similar to Task three of Worden’s model, however, the dual process model perhaps puts greater focus on the reconstruction of the subjective environment
Decision making skills Nurses have to use good judgement & make quick decisions about the patient’s care. They decide when to administer treatment or medications that are prescribed “as needed” and they respond to unexpected patient needs throughout the day. Nurses have to use their judgment & balance what they know about the individual patient, that patient’s need & the lithely consequences of their decisions. Decision making process is 1st defer the problem, establish the criteria, consider all the alternates, identify the best alternate, develop & implement a plan of action, finally evaluate & monitor the solution & feedback when necessary • Health care decision making is associated with uncertainty & health care professionals have to deal with this uncertainty in their decision making • Key policy drives have led to the development of an evidence based culture in health care with a focus on the equality of decisions than care professionals. • Judgements & decision making are intricately linked & one cannot be examined without an understanding of the one.
I would also describe resilience as having the ability to face the trauma, and come out better for it. Some of the ways that one can develop resilience, is to first make sure they are taking care of themselves, and using a lot of self-care. In addition, remember to always be flexible, and be open minded in dealing with past trauma. In addition, the willingness to accept that it can be a long process in dealing with past things, and the road to resilience can take longer for themselves, than for other people. Making connections can also help a person develop resilience, and if a person makes connections with people who experience the same trauma, then they can return to their normal level of functioning much sooner.
The conceptual system includes the personal, interpersonal, and social systems. These three components are all in constant interaction with one another. One must understand those concepts to grasp King’s Theory of Goal Attainment. Nurse’s jobs are based on patient centered care as well as helping those patients reach their goals. As the nurse-patient relationship evolves, patient involvement is very important in order to set realistic and achievable goals.
Coping with Stress Coping means how people face their everyday problems. Coping depends on your psychological responses to stress, their judgment in an event, their attention, and their goals to result they desire. Dealing also depend on social context and interpersonal relationships. It may affect them to express what they feel. If person that dealing with stress have communicated with other people, his or her will become a strong person because someone gives time and listen to his or her problem.
CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND RELATED STUDIES Adversity Quotient Adversity Quotient is an established science, theory and approach for becoming measurably more resilient (Stoltz, 2016). It is a measure of one’s resilience and ability to persevere in the face of constant change, stress and difficulty or it is simply a measure of how individual respond to every day adversary (Amparo, 2014). It is the ability of the person to adapt to distress, challenge, setbacks, suffering, troubles, difficulties and misfortune. The more resilient you are, the more effectively and constructively you respond to life difficulties and the more fulfilling life becomes. It will also determine how well an individual will stand strong and true when
The nurse should be able to identify the problematic situation from the patient to be able to address the need for help. The patient develops their perception of events and circumstances based on their automatic feelings and thoughts which causes the patient to have an immediate response. Observing the response and actions of the patient can assist the nurse in
The third common factor of resilient youth is external support from institutions (Garmezy, 1991). According to Masten (2001) “resiliency refers to a class of phenomena characterized by good outcomes in spite of serious threats to adaptation or development” (p. 228). Garmezy (1991) considers the intelligence level of an individual and ability to possess the mind power to tackle an adverse situation as one pleases as the core characteristics of a resilient individual. Garmezy (1991) resiliency framework allows student affairs professionals is to examine the strengths of disadvantaged students who are faced with various life stressors, but
Additionally, as we grow older, we will have more chance to face serious adversities and therefore greater possession of resilience will be needed in order to overcome those challenges (King & Rothstein, 2010). Therefore, we have to keep improving and developing our resilience by reflect and evaluate each experience that demonstrated our resilience, figure out our strengths and weaknesses considering different aspects of resilience, and develop our resilience through focused correction of the identified weaknesses (Daniel & Wassell, 2002). Conclusion In conclusion, through thorough understanding on the concepts related to resilience, we can understand the importance of resilience and the factors that affect it. We can also evaluate our own possession of resilience and thus develop our resilience. This
This definitely needs nurses to have abilities and skills like effective and trust building communication. This is true that nurse leaders often recognise the acknowledging and understanding power as well as learning to wield and seek it correctly is considered as important nursing efforts for shaping own practice and widening health care environment in order to be