Johns adjusted self concept the nurse assess sgt

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Describe the influence of Roy's Theory in guiding the nurse's actions in promoting Sgt. Johns adjusted self-concept.The nurse assess Sgt. Johns as a person and how he adapts to his environment. The nurse will encourage Sgt John to express his feelings and beliefs, to get an insight in his behavior. Nurse assess the Sgt. john view of himself based on -physical self ( body sensation and body image)-personal self (self consistency, self ideal)-spiritual, developing, perceiving and focusing self
Case study3- From the perspective of the Roy Adaptation Model, why is it important for the nurse to listen to Sgt. Johns' "story" in his own words and not just base her interactions on information from the chart, fellow colleagues, or his family?- listen to Sgt. Johns tell his own story, allow the nurse to assess his behavior. To considered the patient opinion and values. to listen to his feeling. - Information gather from chart and family member are not always complete a lot of details are lost during the transferred or documentations.
Neuman System’s Model Case study
Case study4-a-Based on Neuman System’s Model, identify at least 4 stressors from the case studyMajor stressor is inability to go back to work Not being able to visit his friend JoeHeadache associated with Traumatic brain injury diagnosisInability to sleep at night
Case study4-b-Create a plan of care based on Neuman Systems Model for Sgt. Johns.

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