CNAs in the Nursing Home I’ve been a Certified Nursing Assistant and worked in numerous nursing homes through out the years. Working at so many different nursing homes I have learned that they are all same. Working in a nursing home as a CNA is very stressful job. The work is never done, there is never enough staff, and the CNAs are very under appreciated. One thing I have learned is that there is always a heavy workload.
Introduction In the American civil war, thousands of women were involved as volunteer nurses in different military hospitals and the battle field. Although social taboos prohibited women from working outside their homes, women sought direct and convention involvement in the civil war. They focused on participating in the national struggle and pursuing career opportunities in the military rather than the traditionally confined domestic support roles. Women nurses experienced the detrimental and depressing constants of the civil war, such disease, as mutilated bodies, amputated limbs as well as death. In addition, they offered invaluable aid to the wounded and sick soldiers as well as medical authorities.
Although many people were against it and did not seem to try and learn more about this program, she was able to complete her husband’s last request. One of the saddest moments throughout the whole film is that of Cody. Cody is a female who suffers from reoccurring cancer and was also one of the most shown persons in the film. She lived her life as a graceful woman, yet in the end the pain that came with cancer was too much to deal with. Her family at first were shocked and astonished with her decision on the, but when the time came they knew nothing would stop her
McMurphy was portrayed as a heroic individual that sacrificed themselves for others. He, in the end, set the patients free during a long battle with the head Nurse. Nurse Ratched, who was a former Army nurse, was isolated because she always wanted a constant desire of control over everybody in the ward. She stayed inside her Nurse’s station, and always wanted to have power over all the patients, which caused the affect of war upon her. She wanted to be the head of everything, and no one was to be stricter than her.
They would only make the decisions for them “who could join up and who could not, where they could work, and when they could change jobs.” (Thecanadianencyclopedia) It was a tough life, but it was the only way to support their husbands when their off to war. Women working back home was great-replacing the men’s jobs, working for war industries, and raising their family. Even if the women didn’t sign up for the military, they worked hard in the Home front and tried to give us the best support we ever needed. Women worked really hard and made a great contribution in WWII that lead to an allied
She is by far one of the most influential people in my life, her hard-work and optimism are just two of the things I admire most about her. Unfortunately my grandmother, had limited knowledge of the war itself, but had extensive amounts of familiarity with the social aspect of the sixties. My grandmother was 19 at the time of the war, but without attending college she had little to no familiarity with what was going on at the time. She quoted, “The closest I ever got to knowing discrete information about the war was when it came on the radio.” However, she was able to tell us how racism affected her life personally. She mentioned how she wasn’t able to use certain bathrooms, water fountains, stores, and even gas
Each morning was the same. My first interpretation of her behavior was that her employees were always slacking off and not performing their assigned duties. Therefore, she had to be loud and strict with them. My second interpretation of her behavior was that she was a hard case or a perfectionist and no matter how hard the employees tried, she was not going to be pleased. Several days past and I did not see her come in.
Being at a disadvantage, even in the workplace can be difficult. For example: traveling nurses who come to work under contract, but do not speak English as their native language. A nurse came to work in the OR as a traveler. Her English was very hard to understand, her primary language was Mandarin. She was at a disadvantage and so was everyone else, including the patients.
War, in this day and age has evolved so far from that the fact is almost unfathomable. The brute strength of men if not the only skill needed to be successful in combat. And as the rights of women have expanded greatly in the last century or so, their roles in the U.S. military have evolved as well. Women and war have always been considered to have little in common. As the gentle sex, women are traditionally associated with caring and with creating life rather than with destroying it.
Reflective account on: Be able to monitor care plans Q 5 Mrs S lived alone and had carers going in to assist her 3 times a day. Her health started to deteriorate and was having lots of falls when no one was there. Neighbours would sometimes go in to help her but her health continued to worsen. Her care package was increased to the maximum so she could have check calls throughout the day. It did not however stop her being taken to hospital at least once a month because of other problems she had as well as the falls.