Finally, video one really enlighten us on the importance of spirituality for nurses. The narrator talks about patients’ needs of spirituality during health crisis. Many studies have shown that spiritual well-being makes an impact on how patients respond to illness. Nurses are primary care givers, thus responsible of patients’ spiritual needs and
2. The Vietnamese Women's representation in Vietnamese war films Under the Vietnamese lens, Vietnamese women are the central figure in many films. They could be a wife and also a guerrilla woman like Sau in Free Fire Zone (1979), a wife waiting for her husband in the homefront like Duyen in When the Tenth Month Comes (1984) or Tram, a doctor in battlefield in Don’t Burn (2009). The common characteristics of these women are feminine, gentle, caring for husbands, children, families, relatives. They endure and sacrifice for the well-being of others, living for others, like Duyen for the health of her husband-in-law who silently endures the pain of losing her husband.
She combated all the sickness and tried her hardest to receive outside help, asking for more nurses and more medical supplies. Even with all her time mostly being consumed with trying to get help she still tended to her patients. She mainly would tend to the soldiers at night, she was described by one solider in a letter saying: “When all the medical officers have retired for the night and sickness and darkness have settled down upon the miles of prostrate sick, she may be observed alone, with a little lamp in her hand, making her solitary round… Nightingale received the nickname as “the lady with the lamp.” (Wakely & Carson, 2011) From all of Nightingale’s accomplishments during the Crimean War, she helped nurses to see and understand that
Also, she inflicts the beating of Juliet when she brings Lord Capulet into the room so Juliet can explain why she does not want to marry Paris. While her daughter is being slapped she simply observes and does not even slightly intervene to protect her only child who is begging on her knees. The Nurse, however, demonstrates her true love for Juliet as she steps in and confronts Capulet. The Nurse says, “God in heaven bless her” while pleading, “You are to blame, my lord, to rate her so” (3.5 176, 177). Such a statement to the person that has allowed her to stay long after Juliet finished breastfeeding is one that could cost her the loss of a second child.
Her love for writing continued throughout school, but later stopped to focus on her schooling to become a psychiatric social worker. Patricia worked as a psychiatric social worker for 36 years and was married to her job. When Patricia retired, she began writing poems again, and specifically focusing on poems about life because she wants to be inspirational to others. In "The True Meaning of Life", Fleming
I commend the movie for effectively showing how a person with autism or disability like Temple Grandin could overcome her limitations and eventually become successful. The movie clearly emphasized that the support, help, understanding, respect and acceptance of people are some of the vital factors that influence the persons with autism to be optimistic in order to have a positive outlook in life. This was clearly depicted through the use of the characters of Temple’s mother and Dr. Carlock. In the film, Temple’s mother, Eustacia, is portrayed as a determined mother who made selfless sacrifices in order for Temple to have a “normal” life. She made Temple realized that she deserved that normal life despite her disability.
For example, my patient complained saying she was in pain and none of the nurse had taken care of her. She was crying and yelling at nurse to take another pain medicine. However, she forgot that she already had taken her medication. Therefore, I learned the big lesson that it’s important to look at the patient’s chart at first and know their diagnosis and symptoms. According to the text, most of the patient with bipolar disorder would do the things which nobody had expected.
There is diversity even between families and the reason is because we are all different and unique. Health providers must have this in mind when attending people from different cultures. Avoiding to do so might cause mistakes and unfair treatment. Individuals go to health care providers in order to heal, however over the course of history injustice has happened in the health care system. By doing so it affected her personal belief she could have been cared for better, and also they failed to communicate and inform the family thus inflicting pain in them for years.
Choice of Nursing I chose nursing as a career because I knew it was my calling. I have the desire to help and care for people who are in need and this was what drew me into this profession. Being a nurse gives me that rewarding feeling, knowing that I’ve made a positive difference in my patient’s life. I love interacting with people and nursing gives me that chance to do it every day. With nursing, I have so many options and specialties to choose from.
I have different options that are available, including these nursing diplomas, associate degrees or bachelor’s degrees. As an aspiring and future licensed Registered Nurse dedicated to the mission of compassionate patient care, I feel that I am excellent and I can become an RN. I'm a hard-working, energetic, and highly skilled, and confident that I am prepared to provide the quality of care that Heritage Inn of Sandersville is known for. Beyond my skill in safely administering medications, monitoring vital signs, bedside care, and pain management expert , I am a passionate advocate for my patients. My comforting approach to educating patients and loved ones about health-related issues creates a positive environment that lifts patient's spirits, even in challenging circumstances.