The first one is the fact that people cannot be think as separate from their relationships. Since relationships are one of the core factors in our life, it would be inevitable to be effected by them in different ways. The way we chose to deal with these relationships may be maladaptive and we need to learn a better way of dealing. PIT enables the therapist and patient to work on the present feelings and thoughts, which may arise in current therapeutic relationship. Even if these feelings and thoughts appears in the therapy sessions, they are also patterns of thinking and feeling in real life settings.
Clinical supervisors at master’s level need to seek out CEU whether or not it is required. Clinical supervisors have to obtain further knowledge and skills to help aid supervisees and clients. A clinical supervisor that lack knowledge and skills could do more harm in the process. Furthermore, CEU can clinical supervisors stay up to date, as well as, a refresher on certain techniques and interventions. According to Tebes et al.
To check patients’ motor and sensory systems, reflexes, cranial nerves, gait, and coordination, a neurological exam (nervous system) is conducted. Cranial nerves relay information between the brain, head, and neck and control the sensory and motor functions, such as facial movement, vision, hearing, smell, and taste. The motor function controls movement and
The paper will be discussing the Beck Hopelessness Scale (BHS) as it relates to an individual that has sought of therapy to help with their thoughts of feeling hopeless and suicidal. The paper will dive into the analysis of theoretical basis as it relates to the appropriateness of the BHS, the technicality of what the BHS assessment has to offer, the ethical issues as it relates to the clinician and client and lastly the multicultural and diverse populations the clinician are ethically obligated to honor and uphold not only by the rules and regulations that clinician are held to but also for the best interest of the clients well being.
If symptoms are present, a doctor will perform tests to see if other diseases such as medication side effects that could cause these symptoms. Some tests might include a medical history, physical examination, X-rays and blood tests. If the doctor can’t find any symptoms, the patient might be referred to a psychologist or psychiatrist. They will use interview and assessment tools to evaluate a patient for a dissociative disorder. Dissociative disorder is treated by helping the patient come to terms with how stress or trauma that may have triggered the fugue.
Safe medication administration is a big aspect of nursing care, because if medications aren’t given safely, then it can lead to some serious adverse effects to the patients. There are many things that can go wrong, and that’s why nurses have to be very careful when handling and giving medications. Nurses can make mistakes, and give the wrong med, give it to the wrong person, or even give too much or too little of the drug. Careful medication administration can lead to not making big mistakes that can lead to hurting others. “Medication Administration is a complex multistep process that encompasses prescribing, transcribing, dispensing, and administering drugs and monitoring patient response.” (Anderson, 2010).
The article also presents questions that should arise when having the DNR conversation with patients and also explains the strengths and weaknesses of the DNR order. It provides solutions as to possibly changing the pattern of practice by updating and/or establishing ethical committees and palliative
All of these topics are essential for an individual reviewing the RN’s profile, because they give the interviewer a basic generalization of a possible candidate for their position. The interviewer can get a good grasp on how long an individual stays at a job, what specialty of nursing they’ve been in, where they went to school, years of experience and why they wanted to go into nursing in the first place. All these descriptions about an individual will lay down the foundation for an interviewer to get know the RN. Next, I would like to discuss the importance for clinical experience to be included in the portfolio. The Clinical experience essentially displays to an interviewer how well a RN documents, how they performed during clinical and how they took care of their patient.
As well some remembering and misremembering past information can alter current situations. Inadequate feedback can really lead clients to a misdiagnosis and false events. Garb et al. (?) did a great job of explaining and providing information why it can be difficult for therapists to learn from their own clinical
The humanistic approach also enables the professional to work on the subjective experiences of an individual. Disadvantages – it enables the professional to put much emphasis on the subjective experience. The working is based on the non-directional approaches which require immense explanations for each action and rule. Despite the application, the humanistic approach restricts to falsify the situation. 2.