was based on the fact that people vary their use of particular coping strategies as a function of the kind of situation in which they find themselves (Folkman & Lazarus, 1980). We expected the association between dispositional tendencies and specific coping be less than perfect. The data from this study should allow us to obtain approximation of the degree of association between the one and the
How the client reacts in front of counsellor and situation are indicator of problems in other relationships. Specific uses of counselling- Counselling can be used to relieve acute distress, late effects of trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder, for relationship problems, risk management, bereavement, mild to moderate disorders, generalized anxiety, panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, health related issues, Health
Operational definitions: Critical care nursing is defined as the field of nursing with an attention on the most extreme care of the unstable or critically ill patients following extensive surgery, injury and/or life-threatening diseases. (Australia 's Future Health Workforce - Nurses, 2014) Implications: The consistency in the reactions to moral distress experience among participants is remarkable and informative to those working in critical care units and for decision makers. Moral distress as defined by Leggett, 2013 is a state of the psychological disequilibrium that, ones experience when they know the right ethical decision to make but they cannot make it due to institutional constraints (Leggett, 2013). Additionally, Weinzimmer, et al, 2014 characterized moral distress as a phenomenon in which a healthcare professional perceives an ethically preferable or morally right course of action to take, yet internal or external constraints make it nearly impossible to pursue that course. (Weinzimmer, et al, 2014) Health Status: as defined in medical dictionary; A generic term for the health (good or poor) of a person, group or population in a particular area, especially when compared to other areas or with national data, which level of health of an individual person, a group or a population as assessed by that
This will enable patients to talk about health issues including emotional, social, mental problems that disturb them. In healthcare, certain factors affect good nurse-patient communication which are time, language, environment, shortage of nursing staff, assumptions etc. These factors lead to error in medication, misdiagnosis and even death. So, the need for good nurse-patient communication should be emphasized in nursing practice. 3.3 Application in current job I really do know and understand the benefits of a good nurse-patient communication.
She believes nursing is needed when stressors or weakened coping methods can make the persons attempts of ineffective coping mechanisms. Th main goal of nursing
An incomplete and falsified medical record demonstrates that care given was incomplete (Huston, 2006). Clearly, incomplete documentation in patient clinical records can contribute to inaccurate quality and care information. Not only that, patient may also take legal actions. Furthermore, it can cause a nurse to lose the license. There are consequences of inappropriate or inadequate documentation.
Psychological stress refers to relationship with the environment that the person appraises as significant for his/her well-being and in which the demands tax or exceed available coping resources. Hardiness Theory comprises of three beliefs that makes people more resilient to psychological distress and physical illness in the face of stress. Social Support Theory says that support reduces effects of stressful life events on health through either the supportive actions of others on the belief that support is available. Supportive actions are thought to enhance coping performance while perceptions of available support lead to appraising potentially threatening situations as less stressful Attribution Theory deals with how perceiver uses information to arrive at causal explanations for events It is concerned with how and why ordinary people explain events as they
Thus, the theory assumes that people make causal attributions in a rational, logical fashion, and that they assign the cause of an action to the factor that co-varies most closely with that action.  Harold Kelley's covariation model of attribution looks to three main types of information from which to make an attribution decision about an individual's behavior. The first is consensus information, or information on how other people in the same situation and with the same stimulus behave. The second is distinctive information, or how the individual responds to different stimuli. The third is consistency information, or how frequent the individual's behavior can be observed with similar stimulus but varied situations.
al. (2015) who found a significant effect of social isolation to the behavioral health of older adults particularly sleep disturbance and depression. Similarly, Shimada et. al. (2014) revealed high prevalence of social isolation among elderlies and was associated with poor mental health and lack of social support from nonfamily members.
In many cases, family members of disappeared persons suffer from symptoms of complicated grief, such as intrusive images or severe emotional attacks, or from denial of the effects of loss, depression, anxiety, guilt, pessimism, Post traumatic stress disorder, dissatisfaction with life, lack of emotional control, unhealthy coping strategies,