Lecture 3 - Less emotional more objective Understand themselves better than others understand them Dedication to duty and or vocation Do not need

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Models of Interpersonal Behavior Unit II Lecture 3
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Hierarchy of Needs A model to help us understand transactions between patients and health care providers. Based on work of Abraham Maslow Describes hierarchy of human needs, and suggests that humans are motivated to have these needs met.
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Self Actualization Esteem Self- esteem Love Belonging Closeness Food Air Water Temperature Elimination Rest Pain Avoidance Sex Activity Exploration Manipulation Novelty Safety Security Protection Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
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Maslow’s Assumptions Lower level needs must be met for survival Person must have food/ shelter/ rest Higher level needs must be met for physiological and psychological integrity to be maintained Experiments in sensory deprivation
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See life as it is rather than how they want it to be
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Unformatted text preview: Less emotional, more objective Understand themselves better than others understand them Dedication to duty and/ or vocation Do not need other people to complete their personalities. Self-Actualized Individual Health Provider Assumptions Patients and HP have same basic needs Patients have deficit in their ability to satisfy their needs due to illness HP’s responsibility to assist patient in satisfying needs HP’s responsibility to preserve patient’s independence Health Provider as Patient Advocate Advocate: Plead a cause for another (Webster) Speak of the factors influencing the patient’s condition Explain those things that are happening to him/her Interpret to the treatment team the thoughts and feelings of the patient....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course N 310 taught by Professor Fox during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Lecture 3 - Less emotional more objective Understand themselves better than others understand them Dedication to duty and or vocation Do not need

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