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How do they recognize it? How are nursing staff’s observations mirrored in their own lives? The author began by explaining to us that when conducting a qualitative experiment, by tradition it primarily focuses on a well-rounded view of the research topic while capturing an individual’s lived experience (Denzin, 1983). By closely examining the phenomenon of elderly neglect may help explain how nurses interpret the... ... middle of paper ... ...professionalism (Olthuis et al., 2007). Neglect upon the elderly is an extensive and significant phenomenon that the aging and their families face in today’s society.
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et al. (2012) told that ,” The association of some resident behaviours with staff burnout , stress and turnover indicates the need for a more effective model of dementia care” (John Y.H.. et al.2012, pp.510). I also recommend that staff should be able to adopt a model in the facility that is person centred care.. Jeon Y.H.et al. (2012) told that Person centred care models start with education and training of staff on the strategies of person centred care ... ... middle of paper ... ... for person centered care. Australian nursing journal, 19(10), 32-35.
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In addition, there is copious research on the roles of individuals within the family becoming defined into specific categories, and evidently, the roles may become reversed between the parent and the child. This topic of functional roles in alcoholic families will be analyzed and investigated further. Family therapy has had substantial results in the treatment of an alcoholic parent. These results will be discussed more along, with the literature examining the existing research related, to specific interventions and treatments in family therapy with an alcoholic parent. Before research on the treatment is illuminated on distinctive therapies, it is crucial for counselors facilitating family therapy to comprehend the literature on the presenting problems commonly, associated with alcoholic parents and the effects this population has on their families.