Documentation of the nursing care plan is important in order for the patient to receive proper care. All health team members can refer to the record to carry out the necessary steps within the plan (Module 6: Nursing Care Plan, 2012). A nursing care plan is defined by the nursing process. This process involves a scientific approach to problem-solving concerning patient care. The nursing process is individualized to each patient.
Infection Prevention and Control Good infection prevention and control is essential to ensure that people who use health and social care services receive safe and effective care. It is your employer’s responsibility that training, risk assessments and equipment are in place to enable you to carry out your daily duties to minimise risk to yourself or service users. It is your responsibility to follow all training and use all equipment and PPE provided by your employer. All employers are bound by The Health and Social Care Act 2008 and by the 10 codes of practice laid down by the CQC on how they judge a care provider and how it complies with the cleanliness and infection control requirements. The CQC Codes of practice |1 |Systems to manage and monitor the prevention and control of infection.
Nurses should be recording vital signs, order appropriate laboratory work ups, put Mr. P on oxygen via cannula, put him on I&O, administer prescribed medications, and strict daily weights. Including his wife into his care will increase the chances of Mr. P adhering to a treatment plan at home. Nurses should explain why Mr. P needs a low sodium diet, and that taking Lasix is vital because it removes excess water from the body. Every single point of treatment should be
Population Reviewed Case managers in the field of treating substance abuse clients has principals to go by that will meet the needs of the clients. The counselor will connect the client with the health and social services system (U.S.gov, July 2012). The case manager will find the clients structured services to help meet there needs, he or she has a obligation to the client seeking services but also obligation to the members of the system that the case managers will interact with when seeking resources to help the clients (U.S.gov, July 2012). The counselor must know the protocols and the operating procedure, and the needed resources for the client and the organization and outside
Bloom's Taxonomy and Nursing Education NUR/427 March 18, 2013 Effectively caring for and educating patients with chronic illnesses involves understanding the patient’s unique health situation and concerns. Benjamin Bloom and his colleagues developed Bloom’s Taxonomy a classification of learning objectives within education. Using Bloom’s Taxonomy as a framework to develop a lesson plan and measurable educational objectives will ensure that all facets of the patient’s health needs are addressed in the educational phase of nursing care. The taxonomy consists of three domains; cognitive, affective, and psychomotor that must be followed in a step-by-step process to ensure mastery of each domain. Bloom’s Taxonomy According to Merriam-Webster, taxonomy refers to the classifications of general principles (Merriam-Webster, 2013).
This will include my belief that each person deserves to have a careful assessment or initial consultation from therapist to client and after careful consideration of the clients needs and preferences that the most appropriate screed would be used to benefit the client. . I will also discuss two very different hypnotherapists namely Dave Elman and Milton H Erickson. Lastly I will discuss hypnosis and mental health, and the tools that are often used in Hypnotherapy for assessment of a client, and to score an individual, which aids the hypnotherapist in the decision as to which style of screed to use in their clients therapy. Returning to the essay title, analizing the question as
Describe the meaning and principal of open disclosure in a health care environment. Open disclosure is a discussion and an exchange of information that may take place over several meetings. This is achieved through the training of all staff whose role requires them to undertake this form of disclosure. Principles * Openness and timeliness of communication: a factual explanation of what happened, given to the support person and patient. * Acknowledgement of the incident: All adverse events should be acknowledged to the patient, their family and carers as soon as practicable.
Article Summary The article, Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients, begins with an abstract, giving a brief description of the reason for the article, the research methods being used, and the findings that will be discussed in detail. The authors introduce the topic, discussing the link between anger and other emotional feelings that impact the substance abuse in individuals. The authors discuss the 12 week study on all of the clients, giving their age and treatment plan in detail. The forgiveness therapy method involved clients reading a chapter at a time in a book, then discussing the chapter they read during their sessions. During the alcohol and drug
We are on-call to provide our expertise in drug counseling to any individual or organization. There are several important aspects of this organization in which are expected to be utilized at all times in order to achieve the most successful outcomes. In fact, these valuable prospects of this organization consists of such dispositions as a coordinator, which is responsible for engaging in interactions with individuals as well as groups such as the parents, teachers, family members, and
This includes administering medication, undertaking venepuncture, recording ECG’s, siting intravenous cannulea, removing venflons, leading counselling sessions, making decisions about wound dressings and when patients will be seen in A&E departments’. (Johnson/De Souza, 2008, p.152) The quote above taken from ‘understanding health and social care – second edition’ would all be resolved if the correct training were to be given, whether that was to be in-house or out-house, and for correct policy and procedure guidelines to be followed. From my own knowledge and understanding, if all carers, whether that be paid, or unpaid, were to be given set boundaries to follow, and were given the correct training for the specific role in which they play, it would make the job role a lot easier, and therefore less room for any mistakes to be made. In conclusion, I feel that I have talked in depth regarding the difficulties in which those may face when providing and receiving care, and I have also explained in reasons as to how the difficulties may be