Relate to the big topic - Using this hope for the future, you get this idea in your head that you can make it through whatever peril you are going through, and you do because you believe you can.
Hope creates a God’s presence and help us persevere in difficult situations. This allows us to channel hope to patients and that they are not alone, God will always be there for them. Patients who lose hope tend to be self-destructive and have no goals in life, this can be detrimental to patient health recover.
What is Project HOPE and what are the goals of the program? (4 points) Project HOPE was a community-based pilot program intended to break the cycle of prostitution, by treating both prostitutes and the persons who solicit prostitutes also known as Johns. (OPPAGA report: Project HOPE helped break the cycle of prostitution and solicitation, but had implementation problems, 2004). The program was to provide intake, drug screening, psychological assessments, case management and other essential referrals in order to curb prostitution. The referrals would require additional resources and community outreach. Legislatures recognized that in order to effectively control prostitution their efforts would need to also incorporate and treat those who solicit
1. Embrace altruistic values and practice loving kindness with self and others. When dealing with a difficult patient I would put my judgmental and angry feelings aside and provide care to that patient just as I would a patient that was more pleasant. 2. Instill
The sources of Hope, meaning, comfort, Organized religion, Personal spirituality, and Effects on medical care (HOPE) Questions is another spiritual assessment tool. It was “developed as a teaching tool to help medical students incorporate a spiritual assessment into the medical interview” (Anadarajah & Hight, 2001). The open ended questions allow for a discussion of a patient’s spiritual resources and concerns. The Hope Questions address the basic areas of a formal spiritual assessment. H pertains to patients
1. How do stroke survivors (or others with a chronic illness) and health care providers remain hopeful and “realistic”? What values are involved in maintaining hope while being realistic?
material into smaller amounts of information to help her avoid feeling overwhelmed” (p. 63). This compares to my point in being hopeful. I was hopeful for my dad to get better and to get through his condition, as Beatty had hoped her patient (Lauren) would get through her challenge about being overwhelmed with her child. I believe nurses did to maintain a hopeful and optimistic attitude to support their
According to Morse et al. (2006), “A deeper understanding of hope is tested based on the work and place in the theoretical framework and nursing context.” Several authors, in different studies within the nursing domain,
Role as Advance Practice Nurse As the health care system continues to change and the population of patient with chronic conditions transforms in the health care industry, the leaders of nursing much be able to adapt and change as well. Advance practice nurses are on the forefront and leaders of the patient health care. In addition to the challenges being faced with the current Affordable Health Care Act, the advance practice nurse must be willing to lead and take a stand for the betterment of the patient overall health and condition. As this writer reflects on the personal strengths, positivity, self-assurance, and relator are personality traits needed as an advance practice nurse. In the personal strength positivity, there is encouragement with individuals to believe within themselves and attempts to pull out their inner strength. This personal strength can be utilized with patients who are struggling to lose weight or being newly diagnosed with an illness, This writer can encourage the patient to believe within themselves and help create health care plans to assist the patient with changing their lifestyle.
When faced with an obstacle, most but not all people would not know how to handle or go about it.Everyone tries to look for something to help them get over these obstacles or problems that are blocking their way into success or whatever it is that they are trying to accomplish or reach.Hope is one such common method that is and should be used in beating said obstacles.Such method can be seen in “Blak’s story” by Yanier Franklin Donald Moore and “On Being Seventeen,Bright-And Unable tuse of it, and Raymond dealing with his dyslexia, which he manages to deal with over time.In both “Blak’s story” and “Being 17,Bright-And Unable to Read”,the authors convey hope as being powerful enough in helping one in overcoming their adversities or obstacles
Hope is anything that possesses one to keep going; belief is what one uses to keeps fighting until the end; endurance is whatever enables one to continue without stopping; then resistance is our defense in order to withstand any obstacles one may possibly encounter. Through countless have experienced pain from within, more than physical. It is in this experience that motivates me to want on the road to become a Peer ince I identify exactly how bad it can become. In addition to that i have learned to look at both sides of any situation also where the other party is coming from, then place myself in their shoes. Even if I don’t agree with it, I can comprehend where they are coming from as well as understanding that everyone’s minds work differentlyue to past experience. In addition to there always being little positive in both sides or situation since no matter how bad of a day or life one may have had there is always good there. On the bad days it may be harder to discover nonetheless it’s there just concealed, one just has to look really hard and it can be found. Also I would appreciate nothing more than to be able to help offer assisting in finding the positive moments.. However in all of this we must most importantly know our limit’s and not to over extend them, because we all have them personal plus towards
for the patients, using “self-determination”, to make them feel as if they have a place in their
Welcome to life. Understanding everything, every single little girl and boy. Learning just like every other kid. Experiencing life for what it is, But you know you're going to die within one year of living. Some who are lucky to experience the life they have. Faith is growing up and learning how to be a mature woman. Faith was a one of a kind girl. Faith was not sure of what was happening to herself, but I'm sure her parents did not want her to know what was going on as well. For others life is more difficult if you have a medical condition, anxiety, or even if you have family problems. Everyone has a different lifestyle. As Faith has life going pretty well for her. She was born into a family with two parents who loved her with all of their
In order to help people build hope in their lives, one would first have to identify the factors that are obstructing it. One place to start would be to begin identifying the individual’s distal stress factors, their resiliency, and their access to resources. The next step would include addressing these factors and focusing on ways to empower the individual. Once hope is established among people in a community, it can be an important binding factor as well as a source of
The first therapeutic factor I witnessed was the instillation of hope. Yalom and Leszcz (2005) suggested that, “