Variables within data both quantitative and qualitative must be approached from an unbiased perspective aimed at seeking relevancy to these clients. Demonstrated empirical findings, which challenge construct and methodologies, help establish validity and support towards a theoretic approach. The goal of the scholar-practitioner within this research setting is to identify and elaborate on singular methods within research findings and establish relevancy. Through the use of empirical data, relevancy towards these inquiries provides qualitative data in support or refutation of their means. It is therefore critical that the scholar-practitioner limit or reduce bias by establishing their unique intellectual traditions (Laureate, n.d.).
It will portray how dangerous confrontation investigation is integrated in the care delivery of people experiencing with mental health issues specifically from a nursing viewpoint. I will also endeavor to discuss the disadvantage and the ethics of contemplation and evaluate care delivery in a further organized therapeutic method. Bandman and Bandman, (2002) imply that in order to examine an incident we need to ponder analytically, reflecting on our opinions, viewpoints, approaches and usage of semantic. Gamble and Brennan, (2000) imply that understanding amongst contemplation and dangerous opinion to be constructed on contemplative opinion. John’s Reflective Cycle, Pearson, A., Vaughan, B., Fitzgerald, M. (1996) will also be described in this essay to provide the reader a strong understanding and examination of the occurrence, emphasizing the management of risk as a main concern.
During my observation in placement I found it to be more applicable to older adult complaining to the nurses how constipated the feel. Therefore this project will be based on constipation among older adult with mental health. I will be discussing and analysing in line to clinical practise, followed by reflection and conclusion. I took it upon my interest to know how constipation affect older adult with mental health in line with the following; causes, medication, activities and nutrition. John (2003) reflection is a window through which I can view and focus self within the context of experience in ways that enable to comfort,understand and resolving the contradictions within practice of what is desirable and actual practise.
‘Discuss the application of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to the practice on mental health nursing with special reference to the links between its core principles and those of the recovery model’ Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to explore the history and key elements of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) that impact and complement mental health nursing models, aspirations and basic care. The assignment will make reference to its past history, the core principles and future developments. The author will use past treatment methods, before the introduction of CBT with reference to depression. It is the intension of the author to show an understanding of the principles and practice of CBT, with the rationale for using two cognitive behavioural approaches. The author will examine the limitations and restrictions of CBT in the wider principles of mental healthcare provision and consider how the application of CBT within the practice of Mental Health Nursing can influence the possible future development and advancement, of new nursing models/concepts of nursing practice, in particular the author will examine the impact of CBT with the recovery process.
_____________________________ Emphasize the Importance of Communications Encourage, and perhaps most importantly, respect and acknowledge the value of candid communication within your organization; this is a risk mitigator and an innovation multiplier. Communicating the “Why” is just as important, if not more so, than the “How.” When your people are challenged with decision/action points for which there was/is no specific guidance, understanding the “Why” can enable them to take the right action. Communication is the foundation of innovation - and just about everything
The purpose of this essay is to reflect and critically study an incident from a clinical setting whilst using a model of reflection. This will allow me to analyse and make sense of the incident and draw conclusions relating to personal learning outcomes. The significance of critical analysis and critical incidents will briefly be discussed followed by the process of reflection using the chosen model. The incident will then be described and analysed and the people involved introduced. (The names of the people involved have been changed to protect their privacy) and then I will examine issues raised in light of the recent literature relating to the incident.
Our own different and individual strategies for managing stress were discussed as well as how we learned these stress managing strategies. In the social learning activity, we conducted a survey to learn how individuals in our community experience and cope with stress. We acknowledged the importance of the federal laws and procedures created to protect patient privacy. We gained insight into the Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and practiced completing a patient consent and restriction information form. This allowed our class to become informed on the process of admitting a patient in the field.
This means that the research is more detailed and in depth, but is also more valid. Theoretical issues include reliability, meaning can the researcher trust the information that they have collected. The validity means that it is correct and has no mistakes therefore it can be trusted to use in secondary research. Research bias is when the researcher has their own views on the topic therefore they could incorporate their own thoughts into the research. This could all affect the research as it means that it could affect the final result.
INTRODUCTION This assignment has been chose due to the personal experience that I can relate with. The aim of this assignment is to critique a chosen piece of journal research to analyse the accuracy and validity using a critical framework as guidelines. The article to be critiqued is located in the Journal of National Council on Family Relations (1992) which evaluates the valuing of altruism (Johnson, Haigh and Yates-Bolton (2007). The research is about of whether or not maternal employment has impact on maternal behaviour and has impact on mother-infant relationship and to investigate the mother anxiety about separation of the infant at early stage (Hock et al 1989). The research of this topic has recently become popular due to the rise of working mothers over a past decade.