When my sister was first accepted into the NHS she was so ecstatic. She had been waiting for this moment for a long time and I was with her when she was chosen to be in the group.I was not expecting what would happen in the coming weeks. When my sister attended the first meeting of the NHS after school everything was going perfectly. She didn’t think much of her future bully in attendance at the meeting. After the meeting the girl started calling her names but she shook it off. She told me about the girl calling her names but I responded with
“don’t worry, she will probably stop calling you names”
The next meeting my sister attended was worse the girl constantly berated her and my …show more content…
The bully managed to embarrass my sister in front of every kid in attendance by insulting my sister, loud in front of everyone while the teacher wasn’t in the room. My sister was sick and tired of being bullied and wanted a solution I had to help her so I asked “what can I do to help you” my sister responded with “I need your support to stop me from getting bullied” she said
“You should go and talk to the teacher running the NHS program and solve the problem”. The next meeting my sister gave the girl one more chance not to bully her. The bully went from name calling to being physical she hit my sister when she was unsuspecting. My sister was tired of the abuse and asked me to accompany her while she went to talk to the teacher. The girl approached her and said
“see you next week ugly.” Then the teacher walked in and said
“what's going on” hearing the bully’s comment. I stepped up and told the whole story to the teacher soon the teacher was punishing the bully. After that my sister said to me “Thanks for sticking up for me” I responded saying
“You are my sister, my family me and you have to stick up for each other”. After this event me and my sister became closer and more bonded than ever
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Throughout this reflective account i will refer to the individual I was working with as Gloria. I have not used her real name throughout this piece to protect her identity and to ensure that I am maintaining confidentiality. “You must respect people’s rights to confidentiality” (NMC 2013) Gloria is a 74 year old lady who lives at the residential care home at which I am currently on placement Gloria is under the Adults with Incapacity Scotland Act 2000 due to a diagnosis of Dementia. She is mobile with the aid of a Zimmer frame and is still as independent as her health allows. She requires the assistance of 1 carer for most activities of daily living. After breakfast I offered to take Gloria to the toilet
Answer: The best way to support children, young people and their families when bullying is suspected is first of all to listen to the child or person that is being bullied when they talk to you about it. We must reassure the child by letting them know that it is not their fault and that they were very brave to come to us to let us know, and that we will now get the issues resolved. We must ask the child or young person what they are wanting to do next about the bullying and let them know the options that are available to them. The bullying must be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly. We must also make sure that we talk to the childs parents or carers about the bullying showing them respect and assuring them that we will investigate the incidents and resolve the issues. It is important that we remain calm at all times as this can be
brought about major change in how hospital and GP services were managed. The NHS nationalised health services but local councils still ran a variety of clinics and services for children. Soon after prescription charges were introduced. The NHS helped to organise hospital services so that areas that were lacking could be identified.
Stg White has been frequently tarnishing my name and my reputation by talking negative about me to my fellow colleagues and offenders. She has made numerous allegations that I am the worst nurse and I don’t care how I treat offenders. This has been going on for a long time and I thought she will realize and stop, but this has not happened yet. In fact, stg. White has a long history of talking negative about Health service staff and also inciting offenders from being seen by specific providers and nurses. To be specific on Thursday 2/3/16 she called from the unit and reported about an offender who report that she had a boil and wanted to see if she needs to be seen. Based on the information she gave me it didn’t sound like an emergency situation.
“We are all born originals - why is it so many of us die copies?” This quote by Edward Young is an anecdote I often ponder. More and more, I find myself trying to form to society ideals, and notice my unique personality being shoved under the rug, but each time I think about this phrase, I become my true self a little more. The National Honor Society is a program for not only exceptional students, but also extraordinary people. I, Zoë, am a unique individual and my inimitable assets are a perfect for this club full of opportunities to put these skills to use. I should be indicted into NHS because I have met all the requirements and possess qualities of characteristics which separate me from ordinary students.
Are you a victim, a bystander, do you stand up? They’ve hurt you mentally, physically, and you’ve finally had enough of it. Either way, you can help. Bullying is something that is repetitive over time, and has to do with 2 people and one usually has the upper hand. Mostly, between a popular and unpopular kid. As a student in Jerling Junior High I was bullied and was known to be a bully. I was bullied for a whole year by my best friend. I was known to be a bully to my good friend. In the end, we all made up and went our own ways. I researched middle school bullying because it is a huge problem and I learned how different types of bullying happens in school, how some kids believe that harming themselves is a solution, and even how teachers get bullied, not just students.
Being a candidate for the NHS is an honor itself, this shows how much I have progressed towards my academic goals, and it also shows that my hard work is finally being taken into consideration. Thanks to the NHS if I am given the opportunity to become a member, my devoted time and effort into my grades as well as my character will be recognized and be taken into the next level of success. Joining the NHS is very significant for me because it will take me a step closer to my future career goals. I think I should be admitted to such a prestigious group of academic achievement, because I show characteristics that will make a great nominee for the NHS, such as. My GPA has remained no lower than a 3.97 throughout the entire year, I did research on the college I wish to assist and according to the college if I keep the same effort that I give now there is not a doubt that I could attend my dream college. By joining the NHS I will probably get a higher chance of attending that university and I can assure this because I recently completed a personal project named “The Dream Board”, which is the career path I created
Salivar Slaughter, who is a justice counselor who work with kids that need help talking out their problems. The most common question being asked and a lot of people have been wondering is “have you ever been bullied?” When I asked Mrs.Slaughter the question, she said “ I kind of have been bullied. Someone hacked into my facebook and posted some things that were bad and inappropriate.” As she described it, her sister comes into her room and told her that there were inappropriate statues being made on her facebook. It was too late to delete the status because there were people commenting on the status which lead to a fight. I also asked her “why would one individual bully another?”She told me “I think when i see they are hurt, they may hate themselves,letting the world know that “i'm tough” and also trying to find themselves.” Another person I interviewed was Mrs. Hale, a counselor at Madison High School. Mrs. Hale has been bullied in ninth grade, she was a quiet, shy girl, didn’t really like to talk much. There was a boy who decided to pick on me, he would sit next to me and ignore me during the ride to school.But it didn't last
I confronted the bully and asked him to please stop teasing a certain person. Next, after I saw the bully continue to tease this person, I talked to this person about how they feel. When this person said they did not like what the bully was saying, but was scared to say anything, I confronted a teacher. The teacher then talked to the bully, but the bully was just angered even more. He continued to bully this certain person, but this time on text. I particularly do not like these types of bullies because they hide behind a screen and cannot even confront someone. I then took to step to tell a trusted adult, yet again, about this bully. The teacher then confronted the bully and punished for what he did. This particular bully was stopped that day and was looked at differently for a long time. Nobody liked him for awhile and he learned his lesson. He never bullied again and people forgave what he did. He later became a good friend of
Then the mother started bringing her straight to the class and my colleague would receive her, still the girl was totally unwilling to enter the class. She stood just before the door crying inconsolably resisting any help until she was too tired with crying and eventually, exhausted, would take her
I could have taken steps to handle the doctor’s discrimination differently, but I had to weigh my options and think was it really worth it. I was already dealing with a hostile environment in my personal life, so I had no time to participate in the doctor’s foolishness. I could have filed a formal complaint of discrimination with the hospital as Jennifer advised me to do. Jennifer was exceptionally upset at what had happened, a white woman, she was able to empathize with my feelings and point of view, even though, we were from different ethnicities. Jennifer could not understand why he would say such an ignorant statement to me; she wanted to address this issue with the doctor immediately. Jennifer urged me to file a formal complaint against this doctor and she would support me if this is what I wanted. Reporting this doctor to the complaint board of the hospital would have been the best course of action. I felt like me reporting this doctor would be a long drawn out procedure that I would have never won, and he would probably make my working for him a living hell. I stay there and continued to be polite and professional until I found another position where I was appreciated. I should have listen to Jennifer, maybe I could have taught him a valuable
The healthcare system in the United States and Britain are different and many in ways. The purpose of the healthcare system should be to satisfy the needs and preferences of the individual patient who are ill but many countries have a different approach. One of the biggest differences in the two healthcare systems is that in the U.S healthcare is considered private; on the other hand Great Britain has a universal healthcare system. Healthcare is funded and provided for individuals in many
Bureaucracy has existed ever since the establishment of the NHS, 5th July 1948. There have been many attempts to reform the NHS, yet the issue of bureaucracy still exists. The NHS aims to provide free healthcare to all to the point of free delivery. It also aims to care for patients and keep improving their services so that the NHS can remain efficient. However, we see in our day to day lives that this is not the case.
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