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Running head: CULTIVATING HEALTHFUL ENVIRONMENTS 1 Cultivating Healthful Environments Raquel A. Humphrey Chamberlain College of Nursing 12/16/18
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CULTIVATING HEALTHFUL ENVIRONMENTS 2 Cultivating Healthful Environments This paper will discuss the issue of incivility, importance to nursing, storytelling, creating a healthful environment, and practice application. Issue of Incivility Vagharseyyedin describes incivility as behaving with ambiguous intent and lack of mutual respect, causing negative outcomes to those involved (2015). In nursing it is important for incivility to remain under control because there is always the risk of the patient suffering in the end. Civility is the opposite to incivility and is the expectation in a healthy environment. Civility is a form of courtesy in both behavior and speech (Oxford English Dictionary, 2016). Importance to Nursing Incivility should be prevented in ursing because To represent care, I drew a picture of two hands shielding a heart from rainy weather. I used this as an expression of care because the heart is vulnerable. This artistic expression represents caring because the heart is exposed with nothing to shield it from the bad weather. The bad weather in my drawing represents sickness, disease, pain, physical and mental stressors, death, and depression. The hands are caring for the heart by providing an outside source of
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