Immunizations of the Healthcare Worker and the Importance of Theses Vaccines Dawn January 28, 2014 Abstract This paper explores required vaccinations for healthcare workers and the need for them. The results of this paper are from research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nursing professionals, and Annuals of Internal Medicine. The research articles suggest certain vaccinations should be required of all healthcare workers in the patient care setting. Immunizations of the Healthcare Worker and the Importance of Theses Vaccines As healthcare workers (HCW) we are required to have certain vaccinations not only to protect ourselves, but our patients, as well as fellow coworkers from communicable diseases.
4 (April 2010) p. 619-25 Wells, K., et. al., Introduction to the Special Issue: Mothers of children in foster care [Part of special issue: Biological Mothers of Children in Foster Care: New Directions for Theory, Research, and Practice]. Children & Youth Services Review v. 33 no. 3 (March 2011) p. 419-23 Williamson, E., et. al., New roles for families in child welfare: Strategies for expanding family involvement beyond the case level.
Skills in how to communicate effectively with both the pediatric patient and their parents are important for a nurse to foster to maintain good therapeutic relationships. Person centred care becomes family centred care when babies and children are the patients. The dependent nature of the patient increases the need for parental responsibility and advocacy for the child. It is important for all members of the family to be taken into account when nursing a pediatric patient, especially the primary caregivers and siblings. Chochinov, 2007 (cited in Cornwell & Goodrich, 2009), states simply that compassion is ‘a deep awareness of the suffering of another coupled with the wish to relieve it.’ Pediatric patients and their families are highly sensitive to the compassionate nature of health care professionals and a successful therapeutic relationship with them depends on the sensitive, compassionate care offered by the nurse.
They are safe as well as effective, they are only given to children after being reviewed and approved. They can involve some comfort and pain, but this is what I would rather me and my children go through, rather than being sick with a disease that can be fatal. A person may have an allergic reaction to a vaccination, but this is a very rare side effect. Before child/children receive a vaccine their parents receive brochures that explain the side effects that are possible and explain the benefits to having that vaccine. Doctors just are sticking people with shots because they think it’s the right thing for the children.
Discuss how this would impact the nursing plan of care for the pediatric patient. Emil, S., Laberge, J-M., Mikhail, P., Baican, L., Flageole, H., Nguyen, L., et al. (2003). Appendicitis in children: A ten-year update of therapeutic recommendations. Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 38, 236-242.
Shayla Mercer WGU Texas Online EFT Task: 602.4.17-10 I chose to discuss childhood inoculations. Would I inoculate my child as per the Center for Disease Control’s recommendations? The answer is yes I would. There are two different viewpoints on this particular topic. There are parents who view that it is unnecessary and not safe for your child to be vaccinated and there are the parents who believe you should get your children vaccinated to make sure they stay healthy and won’t get a deadly disease.
Scientists have identified a normally small subset of immune cells that may play a major role in the development of Crohn’s disease generally and in disease associated steroid resistance specifically (SRI, 2014). I know this is not part of the assignment, but I chose Crohn’s disease, because my Aunt suffers from it. I never fully understood the symptoms and the pain that she endures from this disease, until I did all this research. It is awful. I really hope with the way technology is, they find a cure.
The vaccination programme is only temporary to deal with the heightened risk of whooping cough infection during this outbreak. A similar programme is already under way for pregnant women in the US, although the evidence for its effectiveness is still unclear. Dr Mary Ramsay, the head of immunisation at the Health Protection Agency (HPA), welcomed the measure. "We have been very concerned about the continuing increase in whooping cough cases and related deaths. "It's also important we continue to remind all parents to ensure their children are vaccinated against whooping cough to continue their protection through
Margaret founded many leagues and was the president of them.One of the leagues was the planned parenthood federation of America. The principal of this league was We hold that children should be concieved in love, born of mothers concous desire and only begotten under conditions which render possible the heritage of health. Margaret invested a lot of her time communicating to the general public to educate them about preventing unwanted pregnancies and planning a family.She wrote several books which had a nationwide impact in promoting birth control.Some of the books include Woman and the new age and The pivot of civilisation. Margaret search for the magic pill that can be taken like asprin came to an end when a sponsor Katrien McCornick made the research possible and the first oral contraceptive Enoid was