Lecture 21 PowerPoint

Lecture 21 PowerPoint - Review Slides to Talking Review...

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Unformatted text preview: Review Slides to Talking Review Slides to Talking about Sex about Sex This is an example of using what principle when talking about sexual concerns??? Just about everyone has concerns about sexuality and has some difficulty with sexual function at some time or another. What about you? This is an example of using what principle in talking a sexual history??? Many couples find that their sexual life is not as satisfying at times as they wish. Difficulties with sexual function are very common. What has your experience been? If an interviewer changes the topic a lot this may indicate what? What part of the nursing process is this? Summary of concerns including Patients description When the problem started Frequency of occurrence Patients perception of the cause Effect on partner Patients efforts at solving the problem What part of the nursing process is this? Evaluation of precipitating stressors Stress or change Emotional or physical illness Hospitalization, surgery Body changes Pain Medication use What part of the nursing process is this? Coping measures assessment Fantasy Projection Denial Rationalization Withdrawal What part of the nursing process is this? summarizes the assessment. Example: Sexual dysfunction related to recent surgery and change in body image as evidenced by lack of desire, unwillingness to participate in sexual activity with partner. What part of the nursing process is this? Teaching Correcting Myths Acceptable behavior Do not share personal information with patients. What part of the nursing process is this? Positive outcome will be evidenced by patients: Increased knowledge base (accuracy & amount) Increased awareness of precipitating stressors and ways to reduce or eliminate stressors Increase in adaptive coping Increased sense of well-being When should the nurse establish rapport? 1. TrustSetting Privacy 2. Manner relaxed, matter of fact (but formal) What should the setting be like? 1. Trust (prior to the interview, establish rapport) Setting 2. Manner relaxed, matter of fact (but formal) What should the nurses manner be? 1. Trust (prior to the interview, establish rapport) Setting Privacy 2. Manner What are important factors concerning language when doing a sexual history?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2012 for the course N 310 taught by Professor Fox during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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