I did nursing assistant to take care of my disabled mother who passed away from cancer. It was a side job taking care of her while I worked in technology. Through this certification process, I learned a lot about outpatient care. I had the opportunity to work for Kindred hospital to gain the maximum experience to use for the care of my mother. After her death, I got more interested in pharmacy because the medication had prolonged her life and when the medication was cut on her because insurance did not cover her she passed away.
Therefore this would be the main discussion of this short essay of how abortion comes into controversial ethical issue in these days. This is an issue of women it is therefore first favorably to examine their views as they are the main casualties of abortion and would bear hardship during pregnancy and in lifetime. In recent years and contemporary the legalizing of abortions has developed fervent debates among pro-chose supporters and pro-life advocators. Pro-chose supporters are individuals who favor the reproductive rights of women and to choose the right to have abortion. Most of these supporters are women whom they fight for their own right as they are the ones who would suffer the fatal impact of pregnancy and in bearing a child and they know what is right for them in terms of health and wealth.
Adoption Vs. Abortion August 20, 2011 Women of all ages may at some time in their life be faced with an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy. For many, it is a joy that they are going to have a baby and get to be a parent. For some though, it is unwanted because of embarrassment, fear, violence, or just that they are too young to have a baby and are worried about what their parents will do or that it will ruin their life. It could be because of rape or just because they do not want to have children at all.
June, a 34-year-old divorced woman diagnosed with severe anorexia, is hospitalized. Her doctors feel she may need to be placed on a feeding tube soon to save her life. Initially June agreed to the feeding tube. However, in the evening (before the tube has been placed), she became combative, disoriented, and refused to have the feeding tube placed. Her mother and father insisted that the feeding tube be inserted despite her refusal to allow it.
Finally the child with in the mother should have the right to life. This is why I strongly agree that abortions are wrong. Getting a abortion can effect a woman's plans for future pregnancy. It has been proven by many doctors that woman that have had an abortion have more of a chance of having problems with future pregnancy. Also in the process of getting an abortion may cause damage to female parts, this can bring plenty of pain and problems with a women.
From the moment in which she is diagnosed breast cancer, her anger is shown at all times: “The X ray is successful but apparently alarming to the invisible radiologist, off in some remote office, who calls the shots and never has the courtesy to show her face with an apology or an explanation.” In addition, when explaining how people share in Internet their experience with breast cancer and express their feelings, she agree’s with the negative messages such as Geri’s: “IT IS NOT O.K!”. However, after reading her essay I have realized that at some point I agree with Ehrenreich. Are you supposed to be happy when you are diagnosed with a disease that threatens your life? Is this really a situation that makes you “rethink your life” and become more positive? One of the testimonies Barbara mentions in her essay, seems a bit
1.4 Explain ethical dilemmas and conflict that may arise when providing care, support and protection to users of health and social care services. CASE SCENARIO: a pregnant woman is killed from injuries sustained in a car wreck, but the foetus may still be able to sustain life by keeping the mother on life support. The wife had always said she would not want to be kept alive on life support if there was no reasonable expectation of full recovery. Should she be put on life support when her family knew she did not want that and it would be at great expense to the family, and when the woman is already clinically dead? UNDERSTAND THE IMPACT OF POLICY, LEGISLATION, REGULATION, CODES OF PRACTICE AND STANDARDS ON ORGANISATION POLICY AND PRACTICE.
Due to society’s creation of unrealistic images of what women are supposed to look like, many women who have lost a breast to cancer with experience a decrease in self-esteem and have other negative emotions. Coming to terms with breast loss and its effect on body image, feminity and self-esteem are major issues confronting women who have lost a breast or both breasts to cancer. Messages from the media, cosmetic surgery and health care profession perpetuate the beauty myth affecting the self-esteem of women diagnosed with breast cancer. The beauty myth says that to be attractive, women need to look a certain way and dress a certain way. Women who have lost their breast to cancer may feel pressured to search for a cure that produces social acceptance.
It is a path to the open road for nurses to gain critical thinking, differ aspect of life. Nurses can advocate a nonjudgmental help to their patient's autonomy (self determination, chap. 4 pg 56). In the case study of Marianne, who experienced hemorrhagic stroke, unconsciousness, and without advanced directive. The husband wanted to save his wife, but on the other hand, their children belief that their mom wants a quality of life with dignity.
Sometimes nurses get caught up in their emotions dealing with patients and their, they get off focus on their responsibilities as what a nurse is supposed to do. Our patients have a lot to teach us as well, such as how to have faith, be strong and have enough courage and will power to fight their illness. To become a great nurse, you have a strong personality, intelligence, a good sense of humor and to be flexible. If I have the ability to have knowledge, compassion, respect, honestly, and keep patient information private, I will be a great nurse and strive throughout my career. My view on nursing theory is that when a patient is sick with an illness, such as lung cancer, I will explain to the patient what stage it is in, how it will be treated and what medicine or treatment the patient would have to take.