Although Sandra was not conscious and could not make choices herself, the staff tried contacting her next of kin, when they were unreachable they took matters into their own hands to help Sandra. It was not noted in the case study what happened after medical attention was given to Sandra, but it was in good faith that the doctor choose to give Sandra medical attention right away due to the severity of her wounds. Dignity often rises from one person to the next and in this case I feel all three ethical principles were
He is in an awkward position in this short story. Daisy is a brown girl who is neighbours with Ben. She is eager to play with him, “…Darted across Finchley Row,” but Ben does not treat her the way he should he speaks to her rudely, “… In a muffled voice,” and is racist to her, “…You’re a nigger.” Daisy gets really hurt by the way Ben acts towards her, Ben says this to Daisy because of his mother and what she has taught him. However, Ben starts feeling sorry for her and lets her play with him, his feelings change because he realises he is wrong by treating her like that, his personality shines through. This leads Ben feeling paranoid as he keeps glancing toward his house just in case his mother sees them as his mother does not like Daisy.
47). Many people see nurses as compassionate caregivers, but the law doesn’t grant absolute protection for all free-willed acts of benevolence. If a nurse is asked to perform medical care on an individual outside of work in a non-emergency situation, he or she could be held liable if they injure that person. Although they may feel uncomfortable refusing to help, facing them in court could be much worse. As a nurse, advising them to pursue care from a professional who knows their medical history would be a smart thing to do.
However I do sympathise for her in the way that she cant get a divorce. I fell sorry for her because if she wanted to split up with her husband it couldn’t be in her choices because in the Victorian times it was frowned upon, and people would think differently of her if she was to get a divorce. Another reason I don’t really sympathise for porphyria is that she knows in those days that if you were to sleep with someone else outside of
But Daisy was a very picky girl. You can tell when she ignored all of the non wealthy, non classy men that tried to woo her. But then, the rich, handsome, elegant Jay Gatsby introduced himself to her, she couldn't have found a better person. Distracted by the present figure of Gatsby, she didn't love Gatsby, it was the image. For Gatsby, it made him believe that Daisy really fell in love with him.
It could be strongly argued that Tom is not in love with Myrtle and is in it for the sensuous girl who is madly devoted to him. This is where the love of their relationship comes from Tom loves the attention he receives and Myrtle loves the lifestyle and Money of Tom. She loves to pretend that she is a woman of a similar class to Tom by being demanding towards the elevator boy and ordering him to get her new dog a bowl of milk. She enjoys the power that her relationship with tom brings her and forgets that the ‘reluctant elevator boy’ is probably from a similar social position to
Nurses are relied upon to advocate for our patients dignity, privacy, confidentiality, improper and incompetent care. The case of Marianne is a good example of how the ANA code of nursing ethics could help a patient that can't make convey their needs the healthcare team. The stroke has left Marianne unresponsive and without an advanced directive the healthcare team has no way of knowing what her desires would be for the plan of care. Her husband and children are in disagreement with which direction to go in regards to her care. The ANA code of ethics has provisions in place to assist in a decision for this case.
Her personality deteroritates from her looks and it is easy to judge her on her actions without knowledge of her motives. However, later in the narrative, Angela’s seemingly well-hidden flaws start to seep through. It becomes apparent that her identity is linked to her appearance when she tries to force others to believe that she is hot and popular, when in reality, she is sad and miserable inside. Like Carolyn, she values physical appearance over inner beauty. Although my values conflict with Angela’s values, I still sympathy with her as I know how much pressure
Most women wouldn’t speak up against their man because then society would see them as rude, unrespectful and uncompassionate women, which then would ruin their reputation. However, Janie did not let her gender interfere with achieving her goal and after taking a prodigious amount of abuse, she finally spoke out against Jody, eventually leaving him. Her third husband, Tea Cake was a caring and loving man, who really admired Janie for who she is. He gave her many privileges that were once forcibly snatched from her. They talked a lot and were very compassionate and romantic with each other, but one day Tea Cake hit Janie to show her and everyone that he is in control and the dominant one.
The primary concern is to ensure that the patient is as comfortable as possible and that any emotional and psychological needs are being addressed. “For many, hospice is a frightening word because it is associated with end of life. But really the confusion is due to not understanding what hospice is and how it can help people who are sick and their families. Often, the biggest myth surrounding hospice care is that the family has given up and hospice is a final surrender. But hospice is a way for people to prioritize the wishes of the patient and the family and is in no way "giving up."