Theory Description Major Concepts Orem identified the requirements of self-care divided into three groups of requisites. The universal requisites are the basic needs of people: air, food, water, elimination/excretion, activity and rest, solitude/social interaction, functioning/well-being, normalcy. The developmental self-care requisites refer to both maturational and situational requirements for growth associated with developmental processes, derived from a condition, or associated with an event
provision and management of self-care. A requirement for nursing exists when a person is unable to maintain for him/herself self-care action which is therapeutic in sustaining life and health, recovering from disease and injury or coping with their effects. Meet own needs through nutrition, fitness, hygiene, rest and relaxation, interpersonal relationships, meaningful work, spiritual practices, prevention and health promotion practices Dorothea Orem ENVIRONMENT Context where self-care occurs
provide a definition of leadership and illustrate how the provided definition of leadership will impact my future role as an advanced practice nurse practitioner (APNP). The tools used to accomplish the goals of this paper are a web based EQ assessment tool and a review of literature related to leadership and EQ. Assessing Emotional Intelligence In order to better understand the concept of emotional Intelligence (EQ), I completed a web bases assessment tool that tested EQ in four categories: Self-awareness
Intelligence and how it benefits not only leadership styles but also everyday life. Background and Definitions of Emotional Intelligence The notion of Emotional Intelligence includes four basic emotional skills, self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management (Bradberry & Greaves, 2009). Self-awareness is what allows us to understand our own emotions at any given time and be able to control and stay on top of that emotion. It is important to be able to recognize emotions
angry- that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way- that is not easy” (Goleman 2005). This concept embraces the essence and the difficulty of living a life rich with emotional intelligence. Fundamental Concepts of EI Several years after their original article featuring EI, Mayer and Salovey honed their definition of the phrase to the following: Emotional intelligence involves the ability to perceive accurately
Nursing Theorist Dorothea Orem’s Self Care Model states, “Nursing care is required when an adult is unable to perform self-care sufficiently to sustain life, maintain health, recover from disease or injury, or cope with the effects of disease or injury” (Orem, 1991). Orem also takes into account that caregivers also need nursing care. Six concepts: 1. Self-care is the activities that people perform to maintain health. Self-care requisites: A. Universal- Margie’s daughter prepares her meals
1 Introduction The purpose of this essay is to analyse the presented case study “MV Health” concerning Human Resource Management issues in the aged care industry. The business of MV Health was formed through the merger of smaller nursing homes and therewith caused significant changes in management and work environment of the different nursing homes. The issues will be pointed out by focussing on the main character Sarah who is a nursing supervisor and directly affected by the workplace changes.
explore a stressful event that the nurse experienced in a working environment, and the ways to manage the stress with use of psychosocial mediator. The author will provide a specific stress producing situation and evidences supporting the event as a stressor. Selye 's General Adaptation Syndrome will be described in relating to this stressful situation as well. Furthermore, the author will explain hardiness as a stress mediator and how to incorporate this stress mediator in the nursing practice.
Theory of Acute Pain Management Marion Good, PhD, RN, has focused her study, “A Middle-Range Theory of Acute pain Management: Use in Research,” on complementary medicine for pain and stress, acute pain, and stress immunity. The purpose of this theory is to put into practice guidelines for pain management. Good, 1998, noted the need for a balance between medication usage and side effects of pain medications. The theory also promoted patient education related to pain management following surgery and
Time Management Norma Valdez-Rosa South University Online Time Management Time Management is a skill that is used to organize our time in order to accomplish the tasks at hand in an efficient and effective manner. Time management is a skill that is a very critical element for all nurses; it is about working smarter, not harder. Time management keeps us from wasting our time and being able to provide better care for our patients and help reduce stress. As nurses, being able to