Ethical dilemma: Sarah has been trying to conceive her first child for quite some time and her wish has finally been granted. During her prenatal visit her physician did some blood work and came back with positive results of her child having Down syndrome, and tay-sachs disease. The ethical dilemma is should Sarah bring and intellectually disabled child into this world? Should she trust in god and believe that god has her back? Will the child suffer because of the chromosomal disorder?
Describe and evaluate Ainsworth's work on attachment (12 marks) In 1978 Ainsworth et al studied the reactions of young children to brief separations from their mother in order to determine the nature of attachment behaviours and types of attachments Ainsworth’s procedure is known as the strange situation. In the study she conducted she use controlled observation infants were exposed to a sequence of 3 minute-episodes. The total observation period lasted for approximately 25 minutes. First the infant and mother were introduced to the observation room by the researcher, then the researcher left the room. After a while a stranger entered and had a brief conversation with the mother.
Student Number 20050339 REFLECTION 5 Choosing a model that suits the practitioner best reflective practice can make sense of your reflection and support a positive plan of action for next time (Bulman & Shulz 2008). Using Johns (1994) model of reflection, this reflective account will look at my thoughts and feelings following a new birth visit. DESCRIPTION This visit highlighted to me the issues and the delicacy of maternal mental health and how life events can affect the wellbeing of an individual. A close relative of the family I visited had very recently lost their baby shortly after being born. This had obviously been very difficult time and I was aware that the birth of a new baby within the family may have come with mixed emotions.
WGU Accreditation Audit RAFT Task 2: Root Cause Analysis of a sentinel event A Root Cause Analysis (RCA) of a sentinel event is completed to immediately investigate and respond to possible inductions involving the death or injury of a patient. (Joint commission, 2013). Purpose of this report - To execute a Root Cause Analysis for a Sentinel Event occurrence at Nightingale Hospital. Sentinel Event - Child Abduction Date of Issue/Incident – Thursday September 14, at 12:30 PM Background of Issue/Incident - A three year old female patient was brought to Nightingale Hospital by her mother for an outpatient surgical procedure. The mother asked the pre-op nurse how long the procedure would take, because she had to tend to another child and would need to leave for a short while.
d. document that the adverse medication reaction was feigned because the patient had nowhere to live. ANS: C The case manager should intervene by arranging temporary shelter for the patient until suitable housing can be found. This is part of the coordination and delivery of services that falls under the case manager role. The other options are not viable alternatives. DIF: Cognitive Level: Application REF: Page: 73 TOP: Nursing Process: Implementation MSC: NCLEX: Safe, Effective Care Environment 3.
Sometimes clients come to therapy were the counsellor will know little or nothing about the condition the client has. Research in this case may be a form of invaluable guidance to the counsellor in terms of providing a “default therapeutic stance” upon on the initial encounter. Although research in counselling can only tell us possibility of something happening, Cooper (2008) points out that this knowledge can be priceless when there is nothing else to refer to. Research in counselling can also be beneficial to the counsellor in terms of helping the counsellor to gain an understanding of therapy from the client’s perspective. Cooper (2008) points out that research gathered on the clients experience of counselling may challenge the “assumptions and expectations” that counsellors possess on
Tay Sachs Counseling After several years of marriage, Rita and Peter Trosack began trying to conceive a baby but were unsuccessful for two years. Finally, the news they had been waiting for came and Mrs. Trosack was pregnant. At her initial prenatal visit, the obstetrician recommended chorionic villus sampling (CVS) because of her age. This exciting time changed direction when the CVS results indicated that her fetus was afflicted with Tay-Sachs disease. This long awaited celebratory occasion quickly turned into an emotional nightmare and a high-risk pregnancy.
Ashley Hoover Instructor Kendy Writing 121 February 7th 2013 Childhood Immunizations: preventing widespread diseases Valerie rushed her four-year-old son Jacob into the emergency room; something wasn't right. Test results came back positive for a severe case of the measles; he was immediately admitted to the hospital and put in isolation. Valerie didn't understand how her son could have caught the disease, then she remembered years back when Jacob was one, she had signed a application exempting him from a set of childhood vaccinations. Looking back Valerie could have avoided her situation had she been better informed on the possible consequences. More information and better education on the issue could have saved her son and other