According to Aditya, et al. (2015), burnout is a feeling developed with time, and it comes in the form of- being exhausted emotionally, reduced ability to make desired accomplishments, and poor delivery of services required. Failure to perform at the workplace and to realize personal achievements makes one develop a sense of weakness, and this outcome negatively impacts job satisfaction and quality of patient care among other vital things. The condition worsens to a level at which, a nurse may be unable to work well with his/her
patients fall to health care fraud tremendously in this day in age. patients need protection when it comes to their health care plan and investment. can you imagine how some patients bills are always climbing, half the time they don 't have enough to pay the bill, or
Nurses fatigue is growing problem nurse face each day in the healthcare environment, and he can be caused by long hours, sleep deprivation, and possibly by accepting extra assignments can be dangerous for both nurses and patient. These inadequacies can result in major implications for the health and safety of registered nurses and can compromise patient care which can lead to fatalities. (American Nurses Association, 2014). In my experience, being fatigued from working much 12-hour shifts consecutively was very difficult as I felt extremely tired, resulting in lack of focus, missing important details during the handing over the process with impaired cognitive functioning. This I found was detrimental to the patients and myself as it impedes quality and has a deleterious effect on patient safety.
Merck has a few weaknesses to consider such as the various controversies they have had in the past. One example is the product of VIOXX, which had risks of heart attacks and strokes and several people were injured and died using the drug. There has also been limited reports of confidence to the investors of the firm. The liquidity of the company is also low and expenses on research are very high. This makes it a key concern when developing the product because there will be a large amount of research involved in developing SafePet.
Furthermore, the lack of being employed affects a family, Britney’s mother was affected tremendously and caused her hospitalization because she couldn’t deal with the stress of her family lacking an income. While homeless shelters have long waiting list and middle-income families are losing their homes with just a few days’ notice. Britney and Johnny’s families both were doing well until the recession hit and companies began to lay people
Dana had a stomachache and called an ambulance.She was afraid that the ambulance could not find her address,so she managed to go to the street.Suddenly,she was struck by severe pain and fell down.She could not move.What she could do were trying to keep warm and huddling up.Some passerby sneered at her because they thought Dana was a drunk or homeless person.Only a woman expressed concern to her.She thought she was dying.Fortunately,she survived.Dana was disappointed with people.At the end of this article,she said that when people see someone lookslike her,do not make judgments immediately.Please check they 're okay. The accident about Dana should be cared about.Dana is lucky because she had called the ambulance before she fell down.If a man is hit by illness when he is walking,and like Dana,it is impossible for him to move or call for help,maybe he will die.Before his death,what he hears is
Healthcare environment can also predispose to bullying in nurses due to the scarcity of resources, restructuring, work stress, high patient turnover rate and patient acuity levels (Rodwell & Demir, 2012, p. 15-16). Personality traits having the pathological narcissistic characteristics with a desire to dominate may factor into bullying. Sometimes, a cyclic victim-perpetrator behaviour from past experience comes into play (Pincus et al., 2009). Lacking interpersonal skills where a staff may lack ability to cooperate with others (Croft & Cash, 2016). Position in the power hierarchy A lower position in the power hierarchy in health care may predispose nurses to increasing aggression among themselves.
If a patient refuse the treatment in reflection to his desire of death, low self-esteem , thinking that life is not worth living, in that case we can say depending in autonomy definition that they are non-autonomous. (3) in addition Depressed patients usually undervalue the future risks from refusing the treatment, so they lose the ability in reasoning process and according to ucsd reasoning is one of the main elements for decision-making capacity (4) .However , addressing them as non-autonomous come with high price , because first we will ignore patient Preferences , and the harm of enforcing the patient to take medications against its will , might exceed the harm of the patient without medications. (5) that is why deciding if a patient is competent or not should be evaluated in proportion to
Furthermore, nursing burnout has costly effects on an organization, causing poor retention rates, reduced productivity, increased absenteeism, difficulty recruiting, and high turnover rates, along with increased medical errors and reduced quality
Trying to suppress the feelings associated with the death of a patient can take a heavy toll on the caregiver and can lead to compassion fatigue and moral distress. This can affect proficiency of care, customer service, costs to the hospital, nursing morale and ethic and maintaining the nursing staff. Mourning over the death of a patient is often not a part of the norm and is somewhat taboo due to the high amount of people they serve. Nurses, therefore, rarely talk about their grief and often do not feel they have a right or role to grieve over their patients who pass or suffer while in their care. Brosche (2010) believes this behavior is linked to “moral distress and, if not addressed, can lead to the loss of the best and the brightest nurses” (pg.