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Clinical decision making and caring interventions PP-1 Nursing 101.pptx

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NURSING 101 : CONCEPT # 3 : CLINICAL DECISION MAKING AND CARING INTERVENTIONS Presented by: Diane Ostrowski, MSN, RN, CNE Fall 2019
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CONCEPT: CARING INTERVENTIONS Module 35
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Let’s think! What are some words or traits that are inherent to nursing?
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Caring Interventions Milton Mayerof “On Caring” Believes that the heart of caring is “helping the other grow”. Caring facilitates growth both in the person who exhibits caring and in the recipient.
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Caring Interventions: Professional Practice Model (PPM) Attempted to incorporate interventions that link nursing actions, caring processes, and expectations. “No passing zone”.
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Caring Interventions: Nursing Theories of Caring Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality Roach’s Theory of Caring as the Human Mode of Being Watson’s Theory of Human Care Benner and Wrubel’s Theory of Caring
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Caring Interventions: Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality Transcultural nursing Many nurses avoid or talk down to cultural strangers Important to understand a patient’s culture when providing care. Aspects of health care afected by culture Pain Rituals of birth/death Generational diferences
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Caring Interventions: Roach’s Theory of Caring as the Human Mode of Being The Six (6) C’s of Caring: Compassion Competence Confidence Conscience Commitment Comportment
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Caring Interventions: Watson’s Theory of Human Care Belief that genuine caring relationships have a positive impact on a patient’s health and can facilitate the healing process. Caring involve connecting the mind, body and spirit.
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Caring Interventions: Benner and Wrubel’s Theory of Caring The theory focuses on how caring informs stress and coping responses. It is important to care for your patient as a whole and not just treating their symptoms.
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Caring Interventions: Concepts related to caring interventions Caring interventions are fundamental to the entire nursing process. Self care includes recognizing the nurse’s own needs as well as seeking out activities that promote professional development.
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Caring Interventions: Knowledge Patterns Empirical (Science of Nursing) Aesthetic (Art of Nursing) Personal (Self-actualization) Ethical (Morality)
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Caring Interventions: Caring Encounters Nursing Presence Empowerment Compassion Competence
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Caring Interventions: Lifespan Considerations Infants Children Adolescents Pregnant Women Adults Older Adults
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Caring Interventions: Caring for the Caregiver Balanced diet Regular exercise Adequate rest and sleep Recreational/social activities Meditation and/or prayer Participate in annual nursing conferences.
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Caring Interventions: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Physiologic Safety Belonging and love Self-esteem Self-actualization
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Caring Interventions: Choosing Wellness Wellness is a state of well-being
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