Then, redraw Figure 7-1 by placing the six (and additional) entities in this case on the diagram along with their associated attributes. (5 points) Answers will vary, I suggested List at least 2 attributes for each of the six entities and describe then in a short sentence or bullet statement. Then redraw PE Fig 7-1 to look like figure 7-21 on page 223. 3. Using your answer to Question 2, designate which attribute or attributes form the identifier for each entity type.
The development of reflective review offers the practitioners a useful way to take responsibility for his or her clinical effectiveness. Johns (1995) has stated that the methods for managing quality in care needed to be devolved to the point of delivery and that this is an essential aspect of everyday practice. Reflection is used as means of exploring approaches to clinical supervision, clinical effectiveness and clinical governance, as well as reflecting on the participant’s skills. This essay describes a reflective experience while demonstrating a skill to deliver a presentation on Postoperative Care of the patient on return to ward. I will also discuss in this paper the reflective account on the evidence base for the chosen area of practice; a critical discussion about the practice in the chosen area; a critical evaluation of the presentation, including strengths and areas that needs to be developed; and a model or framework of reflection to be used.
To understand the link between health and illness, the physiological,psychological and social aspects of an individual's life must be taken into account. This project will be based on specific issued relating to nursing practice which I identified during placement. While (2002) states that effective communication is fundamental to effective consultation and appropriate environment which support privacy and confidentiality. Bate (1999) observing patients, allowed me to notice the distressing situation that the patients was which make them feel uncomfortable which have effects on their social, physical and psychological among older adult with mental health illness. During my observation in placement I found it to be more applicable to older adult complaining to the nurses how constipated the feel.
Before this she had, as documented in her notes, only accessed maternity and antenatal services three times. My mentor and I took over her care forty minutes after her arrival, when she was 4cm dilated, and were informed that Edivania expected to have a vaginal delivery. We were also made aware that she was unable to converse, as her understanding of English was limited. Edivania was single, and although a friend had accompanied her to the labour ward, acting as translator, she had to leave after two hours. This left me as Edivania’s only line of support; my mentor periodically came to check all was well but primarily remained with another women in our care.
This links to the key methods of the approach with regard to case studies and clinical interviews. | Describe case studies and give an example of the use of case studies within the approach e.g. Anna O. Case studies use a range of sources such as diary entries & interviews with family & friends to gain a large amount of data regarding a particular topic/person. A clinical case study is an in-depth study of a person in therapy and tends to include the age, sex and background of the client, symptoms and the circumstances in which they appear, treatment and an assessment of the client’s state following therapy.
| NOP Individual Assignment | NSG3NOP Assessment – 2000 word Individual Case Management Review | | | | | | | Introduction: This piece is focused around a 77 year old male who was interviewed while in an inpatient rehabilitation ward post a Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA) or stroke. Prior to his stroke he lived with his wife in their home of 32 years. The patient suffered a complete thrombolytic occlusion of the left Middle Cerebral Artery (MCA). He was treated with Percutaneous Mechanical Thrombectomy (PMT) to remove the clot. The PMT procedure was successful and revascularisation was achieved 3 hours post symptom onset.
Dangerous Confrontation Investigation This assignment will identify and describe the procedure and how it occurs in my clinical practice. Following there will be a critical analysis that addresses the history of this procedure and how has it developed over time, what policy/protocols underpin the procedure and what evidence is available to support the use of the procedure in clinical practice. Also this assignment will address the purpose of the procedure in the delivery of psychiatric services, the role of the procedure has in my practice area, the implications of the procedure for the patient/consumer, the role it plays in patient-centered care delivery and the implications of the procedure for mental health nursing practice. This assignment will also suggest on dangerous confrontation that took place at my placement. 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.
Introduction Background - The history of communication, what is communication, which definition(s) I am I going to accept in this essay and why are they important to nursing. - What are the fundamental principles of communication in nursing. - What am I accepting as the nurse’s role in communicating with patients. - Team work: The dynamics partnership between service provider and patient and contribution of inter professional and interagency team working in achieving affective seamless care. - Barriers to effective team working In this essay I will be using the Gribbs reflective cycle (Reid, 1994: see appendix 1) to structure my reflection on a clinical incident that occurred during placement.
Refocusing on your thinking and knowledge to generate new ideas. Look at your behaviour, learning needs and your judgement. Why is reflective practice important? Reflective practice is important for you to focus on how you interact with your colleagues, customers and the each environment that you will be in. It’s an impact on yourself learning and knowledge you have gained.
It can be argued that the patient’s narrative assists the physician and other healthcare staff which include nurses to understand the nature of the condition, treatment or process. This assignment will look at the psychological factors that influence a person’s perception and behaviour towards their health and illness. It will focus on a patient who has Diabetes and is non compliant with her treatment. In complying with the NMC’s code of conduct (2008) on confidentiality, the patient will be called Jane. In order to explore the theories behind Joe’s action, the health locus of control, learned helpless with issues relation to depression has been incorporated.