• Sense of Mission: The Treaty of Versailles was a sense of mission or a goal that Wilson had for America by “making the world safe for democracy.” He had a strong desire to strengthen and improve other countries and in essence, the world. In his opinion, the great blessings that America enjoyed were something that every country should experience. Therefore he fought for the ratification of the Treaty as it would support his belief, with one of his strategies being the League of Nations. This was a step away from isolation and neutrality and America would become more involved in the affairs of other
For example in paragraph 14: “Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate”, Kennedy used parallelism to make his speech more effective and tell the world that America will be tough in foreign policy. In paragraph 9: “to convert our good words into good deeds， in a new alliance for progress， to assist free men and free governments in casting off the chains of poverty,” Kennedy used repetition to make his speech forceful, and tell the world that America will fight against the poverty resolutely with its alliance. In paragraph 9: “But this peaceful revolution of hope cannot become the prey of hostile powers,” Kennedy used metaphor to make his speech more vivid and tell the world that do not try to hurt America and his alliance in their territory. In paragraph 8: “If a free society cannot help the many， who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich,” Kennedy used comparison to contrast the poor and the rich to warn people the society should help poor.
For the researcher, nurses enter the profession because they want to make a change to the lives of their patient. According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, compassion suggests inherent regard and respect for the other as a fellow human being. But due to
Transcultural nursing focuses on care, beliefs, value and patterned lifeway’s to provide efficient care to patients (Leininger, McFarland, 2002, p.5-6). In Leininger’s transcultural nursing, nurses would practice taking the patients culture into consideration. According to Leininger there are many benefits to gathering cultural information from the patient to use in treating the patient. It helps to understand culturally how patients deal with illness and death. Also, there is a lot of diversity in the work area so being knowledgeable of the different cultures could help in strengthening the nurse-patient relationship.
The reflection process begins with thinking about an incident and how the situation can be utilised in future situations. The process consists of being open, this would involve an individual looking at things from a different perspective. In addition, the process would involve being inquisitive, desiring knowledge. With reflection it is important that the individual is honest, which needs to be reflected in written record keeping, this enables others to easily understand what has occurred (Williams et al, 2012). Reflective practice is mainly used to assist nurses and healthcare professionals to gain an
The nurse’s objective is to aid and decrease any anxiety experienced by the patient by directing energy towards interpersonal growth. To achieve this growth a nurse needs to adopt a number of roles, and the patient needs to progress through various phases (Peplau, 1952). The roles are driven by the nature and stage of the patient’s issues. Peplau suggests that the roles of a nurse need to be that of a stranger, resource person, teacher, leader, counsellor, and a surrogate (Sloan, 2006). As a stranger the nurse receives the patient in the same way one meets a stranger in other life situations, providing a tolerant atmosphere that builds trust.
Many nurses, identifying with the self-sacrifice culture, promote presenteeism by reporting to work despite illness and expecting fellow nurses to do the same, 2. Nurses feel obligated to report to work despite illness to prevent coworkers from suffering through poor staffing ratios, 3. A nurse reporting to work despite illness assumes that their presenteeism leads to better patient outcomes than their absenteeism would, 4. When nurses are faced with the conflicting demands of caring for patients and meeting targets, the potential to compromise integrity arises, 5. When working in a culture that promotes presenteeism while also placing high demands on nurses with high staffing ratios, nursing fatigue becomes prominent.
Garneau, (2016), stipulates that transformation is viewed by the acquisition of knowledge and proficiencies, self-confidence is built and there is incorporation into one’s being (p. 129). After all, this type of reflection and education can “point out the social mandate of nurses and their role in reducing health inequities” (Garneau, 2016, p. 131). Application of Mezirow’s theory can facilitate nurses accepting the students and therefore learning can
Truman greatly emphasized on the freedom of people for who did not want to join the Soviet Union for the sake of being weak. United States of America offered help to these free people to impose and reinforce democracy in the world. The Truman Doctrine had democracy as the centre part of his policy to bring good and positive changes in the world. The American foreign policy feared totalitarianism to be common and practiced in the world if democracy was not supported therefore more and more emphasis was given to democracy in the Truman Doctrine. Sir Winston Churchill was of the viewpoint that the free people of the world shall not be forced to live in a way they don’t like.
Firstly it will help the nurse to be aware of the way in which the patient belief and cultural practice can provide resources of their experience with illness, suffering, and death, Aids nurses to understand and respect the diversity that is often present in the nurse to patient ratio, also helps to strengthened the Nurse/ Patient relationship in understanding their cultural background DIFFERENT THEORIES USED IN NURSING CONT’D ROSEMARIE RIZZO PARSE DIFFERENT THEORIES USED IN NURSING CONT’D The main objective in Parse’s Theory, allows each individual to work together with the internal and the external environment. Each individual is unique that creates patterns, (habits, coping behaviors) within themselves and the environment they live in. The nurses role is to be actively present to listen , when patients needed to voice their concerns and fears. This theory states that the individual, and the main objective is caring and promoting wellness, than illness. According to Parse, Health is a process of being a unique person who had experience.