HCA250 Week 9 Capstone Checkpoint

HCA250 Week 9 Capstone Checkpoint - Capstone Checkpoint...

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Capstone Checkpoint 1 Capstone Checkpoint Axia College of University of Phoenix HCA 250
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Capstone Checkpoint 2 The importance of incorporating psychology methods into the delivery of healthcare plays a significant role in the well-being of all those in need. Concentrating on the delivery of care that is focused on both addressing the recognizable and not so recognizable issues from the psychological perspective is a way to enhance a patient’s outlook and adherence to one’s treatment plan. Illnesses not only affect ones physical being, but one’s emotional being making the incorporation of this type of treatment important for the recovery and success of the patient. In incorporating psychological concepts into the healthcare setting, one concept that needs to be supported is that of psychological treatments. When an individual is suffering from chronic pain, one’s outlook on life, and the thoughts of one’s treatment methods change causing in some cases an on-set of emotional and social consequences to occur. The incorporation of methods such as that of cognitive therapy can provide the individual in need a way to manage ones problems, and provide them with skills needed in adapting to ones situation during and after the treatments have ended. Adapting to an illness can be a very challenging concept for, one to accept. Illnesses can cause one to experience confusion, fear, and anxiety, which makes the ability of a patient to cope with an illness another issue that needs to be supported when incorporating psychological concepts into the healthcare setting. The ability to cope has an immense effect on how a patient responds to ones illness and how one complies with treatment and recovery procedures. Therefore, by addressing the patient’s fears, confusion, and anxiety with the help of support groups, family members, friends, and knowledge. The patient as a whole will have a much easier time adapting to lifestyle changes and in time perhaps even accepting one’s condition.
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Capstone Checkpoint 3 Along with the concepts of treatment options and coping strategies, behavioral
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