Nurses spend a lot of time with patients and utilize a number of methods to provide patient centered education. To provide education that is beneficial to the patient you must determine the best time and topics to educate the patient on, and hope that the information is beneficial to the patient. Physically my family shows a readiness to learn in her ability to perform tasks and can meet the cognitive and psychomotor requirements to complete learning tasks. One possible physical barrier that can be identified is energy and comfort tolerance to complete learning needs and participate in meetings. According
When caring for children it is particularly important to use the following attributes: effective communication techniques, advocating for the client when their rights are overlooked and interacting in a supportive manner. The above techniques allow the registered nurses to create and maintain therapeutic relationships with the child and their parents or caregivers, which leads to better outcomes for the client (Polaschek, L. & Polaschek, N. 2007). If the registered nurse does not use the above attributes, they may not be providing the appropriate level of care for the patient, which will impact the patient’s health outcomes (Day, Levett-Jones & Kenny 2012). It is important for a registered nurse to use a range of effective communication techniques to establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship with their client, in particular when their client is a child. Using a range of effective communication techniques allows the registered nurse to be able to explain to the child, using the appropriate language, what their illness is and how they will be treated.
To properly identify and understand Anne Marie and her behaviors, it is important that the people involved in her life and those helping her can distinguish the difference between what is a typical development, developmental disability, and an emotional disturbance. Knowing the differences between the three will provide a better understanding and equip Anne Marie’s parents, school, and mental health professionals of what is causing Ann Marie symptoms, actions, or behaviors and how to properly help her succeed and thrive in he relationships, school, and at home. In order to identify if Anne’s behavior is considered “normal” or typical behaviors found in her age group, professionals will identify if Anne is in need or need special education
The use of these defense mechanisms short-term may serve as a protective barrier for the psyche and decrease the damaging effects of trauma. But long-term use will consequently lead to internal confusion and conflict (Hosier 1). Many children learn to use multiple defense mechanisms interchangeably to cope with complex trauma throughout their childhood. Moreover, Complex trauma is a leading factor in many health issues and diagnoses such as ADHD, ADD, Anxiety disorder, Borderline disorder, depression, bipolar, and PTSD. The list of possible diagnoses is endless, and finding proper treatment is a struggle.
Based on this article, Young children can and do experience serious mental health problems that can have a long term effect, which are often times very similar to those seen in older children or in adults. Another misconceptions regarding the relationship between early brain development and the emotional well being of young children is that Children living in toxic environment cannot be rescued or protected from the aftermath of living in these environments that often times cause serious emotional or behavioral
We build a recovery program with them, one that will fit into their life and will help them avoid triggers and relapse. In the early days of recovery, these are practical discussions: where are the triggers, what can be avoided and what can be minimized. We work with families so that they can get the support that they need as their loved one returns home. In the end, we at Northbound know that our recovery program works because people work: they come to aftercare, they learn the program and they rebuild their lives. We believe that our job is a mission, we are committed to our clients and to their lives.
Using the strategies mentioned will help the nurse to provide educational and discharge instructions that will be understood by the patient and their families. Hopefully, this will prevent noncompliance and readmission of the patient shortly after
This category relates to how a nurse educator aids the student in developing the values and beliefs that are required to fulfilling the role of a professional nurse (National League for Nursing, n.d.). Similar to the first competency, the nurse educator will need to assess the needs of the learner, such as their learning style, identify needs of diverse student populations, assist the learner in developing professional goals, ensure cogitative, psychomotor skills, and affective learning takes place, and provide feedback to the learner (Caputi, 2015). To improve this competency a developmental plan would include to take a course in dealing with incivility in the classroom and creating improved interpersonal interactions. Additionally, reviewing and working through real world case studies would be beneficial. The third competency was also a weaker point, missing two of nine questions.
At home, Victoria’s can reassure her that they will also be there to protect her no matter what happens. The parents should also encourage her to talk about how and what she is feeling. Having a daily routine is important and sticking to it is just as important. Changes in Victoria’s life will only stress her. The parents should also have better ways of communicating with her teachers.