PROMOTING HEALTH THROUGH INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS MPLHS1PHR Word Count : 2288 Many people believe that the term “health” refers just to how somebody is physically, however, it is about social and mental well-being as well. The term applies holistically. (World Health Organisation, 1948). Nurses need to promote this in each of their patients and can do so with effective communication. It is extremely important nurses can do this in different ways such as verbally and non-verbally and uphold the Principles of Nursing Practice set out by the Royal College of Nursing as the fifth of eight principles is related to effective communication.
Wily treated his wife with no respect when they were together around their sons. When they were alone he treated his wife with love respect and courtesy. I think Wily did that because he just wanted to connect more with his son without his wife interrupting them. I feel wives back then were treated like that but stayed with their man because a family and a marriage was the most important thing back then. Women now days are more independent and know if they are treated that way then they should leave.
The television show, Full House, presents an extended family unlike the ideal family. The household includes a widowed father, his daughters, his brother-in-law and a friend. Although this family is not the “typical” family, it is just as strong, if not stronger, as any other family. This is much like Guthrie’s family that is presented in Plainsong. Guthrie is left to take on both the role of the mother and father.
Heritage assessment offers an affirmative holistic structure for measurement and provision for racially proficient care. Health tradition evaluation form visualizes health as “the state of equilibrium inside the body, mind, and spirit, and with the family, community, and the powers of the natural world (Spector, 2004b). It helps nurses detect one’s classification with hereditary traditions. At first, nurses need to understand their own beliefs in order to respect each individual’s wishes to facilitate communication that can lead to healing process. Nurses intermingle with people from diverse branch of the world with a mixture of civilizing practices, so cultural alertness seems essential in creating a patient-nurse relationship during the interview phase of the health assessment, initial step of the nursing process.
P., & Saver, B. G. 2002. Disparities in health care by race, ethnicity and language among the insured:. Medical Care, 40(1), 52-59. |There are several strategies and models that nurses can use to help the low literacy population. It is very important that nurses assure | |that they give the best culturally competent care that they can.
3). Though documentation does not meet every aspect of Watson’s theory, caring is a vital part of what nursing is all about and no matter what realm of nursing needs revised nurses should care enough to better themselves to care better for their patients. Not only will the nurses benefit from the nursing theory applied to the learning session but there is also a theory based instructional
For example, I can delegate the task of emptying a catheter to a nursing assistant instead of having the nurse do it. Identifying the ability and skill is important as well. I will not be able to delegate a task of inserting an intravenous line if the nurse does not have training on it. To choose the right person we also need to consider the personality, reliability, and commitment because it can make the tasks of delegation easier. If a person is committed and reliable, then we know that the task will be done.
This is really sad to me simply because it’s a give or take relationship. You give away your time with your family and friend and the environment your used just to take your soul mate’s hand in marriage. The couple is then forced to stay in that state because they may not receive the same benefits in any other state. I believe that a same sex married couple should receive the same benefits as a man and woman married couple would. This means being able to move to different states and still being considered as a married couple.
Basically when a nurse does assessment, he or she comes up with a diagnosis, this diagnosis helps the nurse to better treat the patient. Baccalaureate nurses have better academic standings to come up with the proper diagnosis, which in turn will help the patient get the right and proper treatment. Baccalaureate nurses are also good planners in patient care, after the assessment and diagnosis, the planning of the patient care takes place, since baccalaureate have a higher knowledge and skills the plan efficiently on how to carry patients which honestly overshadows the associate degree nurse’s ways of planning patient care. Implementation or rather execution of the work itself takes a vital role too, the Baccalaureate take a upper hand in the patient care since they have the right knowledge than the associate degree nurses .Finally, after all is said and done, evaluation of the whole processes of patient care is carried to determine if indeed the optimum goal of patient treatment was a achieved. Baccalaureate nurses due to their education and evidenced based approach on tackling patient’s issues, they do a better evaluation on patients than their counterpart, associate degree nurses.
Culture and cultural competency in health promotion The heritage assessment tool is useful in that it evaluates the needs of the whole person and allows the nurse to provide care using the holistic approach. This includes addressing the cultural aspects of the patient’s lifestyle. Care can then be provided to patients and the community as a whole without infringing on their culture or religion. It gives the nurse a better understanding of how to approach caring for the patients or communities and the tools she would need with the approach. Health traditions differ for every culture.