up the physician 's social skills will increase patient satisfaction, that is probably going to possess a positive impact on treatment adherence and health outcomes. a lot of patients have comorbid psychosocial issues. Such patients need longer from the dermatologist. Doctors often end up prescribing a lot of and talking less to the patient. In one study, inadequate communication was recognized by psoriasis patients as a serious explanation for discontent with treatment.
efficiency and competency of nurses. 1.2 Problem Statement Previous study has shown that the two factors that affect the patient satisfaction level was (a) overall staff and (b) nursing care (Boslaugh et al., 2009). Another study by Schmidt (2004) demonstrated that nursing care quality directs an impact on each outcome of the patient outcome. A study conducted by Lubna Abdel Wahab Elsidig where she did her research on ‘Patient Satisfaction among Inpatient of Medical Wards at University of Malaya Medical Centre’ in year 2002 concluded that the patients rated the nursing care as average even when the hospital was having a shortage of nurses. Therefore, the researcher would like to do another research on the same population adding the population of surgical wards after more than 10 years of the previous research done.
But on the other hand, they need consider whether telling truth would help or make situations more worst. Ethical dilemma among health care professional arises, either telling the truth or withholding the truth would benefit the patient. In health care settings, truth telling about terminal care is a common ethical dilemma: either by telling truth or withholding the truth is the main concern. More often, doctors and nurses work closely
Based on the above observations, analysis, and discussions on various studies and systematic reviews on Task shifting model, we propose following suggestions while using Task shifting as an alternative survival strategy or health organizations which suffer due to a shortage of professionally qualified medical doctors to treat chronic and long intervention related diseases in their organizations. (1) Strategy for Patient cure & Satisfaction : With the concept of something is better than nothing, patients should get at least minimum care even if there is an acute shortage of qualified physicians, the alternative survival strategy of task shifting is suggested as an optimum solution to the problem. (2) Strategy of organizational sustainability
While everybody views empathy as central to health care and the patient-physician relationship, there is less agreement on what the construct of empathy means. In social science, this term is applied to various phenomena that cover a broad spectrum. Empathy has been described in various ways, such as feelings of concern for others that create the motivation to help, experiencing emotions that match those of another individual, knowing what another is thinking or feeling, and even as blurring of the line between self and other . In medicine, empathy often describes the ability to understand another’s experience, to communicate and confirm that understanding with the other person, and then to act in a helpful manner . This conceptual diversity explains the difficulties in measuring empathy.
The lean methodology is one of the implementations that aimed at reducing wastage within the system, in order to create value for the services offered. However, the metric indicate that aspects such as consumer convenience and efficient handling of the patients have been noted. On the other hand, most of the employees are developing resistance towards the new system due to the high level of accountability required. The report therefore looks into the suitable decision that the hospital management should consider. What are the key decisions that have to be made at GGH?
Moreover, doctors' altruism towards their patients and others has been less well examined and is understood, as opposed to express, in explanations about medicinal expert qualities and dispositions. Furthermore, the altruistic conduct by doctors may incorporate, for instance, keeping on working or giving casual medicinal exhortation outside contracted hours, giving free treatment to poor patients in charge for service health care frameworks, and a general eagerness to go the additional mile in expert working. There is much proof that numerous specialists work beyond their contracted hours, yet there is likewise a growing feeling that selflessness in medicine (Eby & Kelley,
The power issue between patients and nurses can cause some patients not to avail of health care services (Rortveit K. et al. 2015). Trust is an important aspect of nursing and has been the focus of nursing theory and research (Rortveit K. et al. 2015). Trust is seen to be essential between the healthcare professional and the patients (Rortveit
In summary, the nursing practice is ridden with numerous shortcomings that make it hard for patients to be satisfied with the provided health care services. This paper has provided an evidence-based model in health care provision. The need to improve patient satisfaction in the nursing practice has necessitated the implementation of relevant policies that have yielded positive results. With the nurses embracing concepts, such as teamwork, altruism, leadership, empathy, and communication, patients are becoming more satisfied with the care they are being given in the hospitals. In the nursing practice, there is a need to improve satisfaction in patients, which is only achieved after the nurses have adopted various patient-centered concepts,
Limited time with patients has a negative impact upon the ability of experienced nurses to make decisions about patients which ultimately has a bearing upon patient outcome (Thompson et al., 2009). This has particular relevance to nursing in the AMU, given Griffiths (2010) findings which highlight the short term nature of nurse patient relationships in this domain and considering of the subsequent impact of limited time upon nursing practice. There has been minimal research into the impact of time (time spent with patients) temporality (life experiences bounded by time) and tempo (speed of nursing activity), resulting in poor understanding of the impact of time upon practice. The majority of research that has been