• Level 3 Dip. in Health and Social Care Hsc 2003
    a holistic approach to managing pain and discomfort Holistic care aims to take care of the whole person - not only the physical needs (i.e. pain what they are suffering from) of the patient but also their mental & emotional needs (i.e. afraid, not knowing what`s wrong), their social needs (i.e....
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  • fish
    Cognitive Status – LOC and orientation (A Ox3) to person, place, and time Comfort and pain history Sensory perception: sight, hearing, smell/taste, tactile Teaching/Learning: level of education, literacy, memory (CNS) (may have to cue and reinforce teaching) Cognitive impairment (dementia, delirium) ...
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  • HS2003
    _____________________________________________ Unit – HS2003 Unit Learning outcome(s) Assessment criteria Questions HS2003 1 1.1 Explain the importance of a holistic approach to managing pain and discomfort Answer It is important to have a holistic approach to managing pain and discomfort by looking at the situation as a whole. Not...
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  • dementia
    PAIN Observational pain assessment scales Title two-deck for people with dementia: a review Christine While, Dr Angus Jocelyn Christine While is Clinical Project Officer, Royal District Nursing Service and Dr Angus Jocelyn is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Arts Education and Human Development...
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  • Support to Manage Pain and Discomfort
    Provide support to manage pain and discomfort (HSC 2003) 1. It is important that we take into consideration, areas other than physical pain and have an holistic approach. Pain is whatever the person who is suffering it feels it to be. Physical pain can be experienced as a result of disease or injury...
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  • Management of Challenging Behavior in Elderly People
    of this assignment will be on challenging behaviour in the context of the communication of pain, using a case study to illustrate this. This assignment will describe challenging behaviours, the behaviours associated with pain, and the management strategies employed by nursing staff, using a person-centred...
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  • Autism and GFCF Diets
    casein-free (GFCF) elimination diet is most commonly enforced by parents with autistic children. Parents have reported “improvements in speech and communication skills, decreases in hyperactive behavior, improvements in their child’s ability to focus, and decreases in sleep problems following implementation...
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  • support individuals to live at home
    Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care Outcome1 1. Outline the anatomy and physiology of the human body in relation to the importance of correct moving and positioning individuals: Our bodies have many muscles and bones, these working together help the human body...
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  • dalton
    Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care Th s ni This unit is primarily concerned with those people who are most imari y oncern d t th s p p e ho e os n e ost dependent upon your assistance. The level of assistance they ependent up n you ass s a ce h eve of ssistanc...
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  • Propmoting Positive Outcomes
    critically discuss the role of the wider multi discipline team (MDT) and their actions, to achieve best outcomes and the importance of effective communication between disciplines discussed. The student’s ability to listen to the patient’s journey has been critically reflected upon and the necessity...
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  • Health and Social Care
    HSC 2028 Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care This unit is primarily concerned with those people who are most dependent upon your assistance. The level of assistance they need can vary from needing help to get out of a chair to being completely dependent on others...
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  • Nursing Theories
    * The nurse’s mind is the major tool for helping patients * The nurses use of automatic responses prevents the responsibility of nursing from being fulfilled * Nurses practice is improved through self-reflection * Assumptions about Patients: Patients needs for help are unique * Patients...
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  • Unit 68 Hsc 2028
    HSC 2028: Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care All outcomes in red are observations to be carried out by assessor. The information given indicates the types of things assessor will be looking for Outcome 1 Anatomy and Physiology of a human body in relation to...
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  • Unit 6
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  • Concept Analysis of Pain
    Concept Analysis of Pain Su-fen Cheng • Roxie L. Foster • Chu-yu Huang ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is to expand the understanding of the concept of pain. The authors intent to clarify the defining attributes of pain and identify antecedents that influence the perception of pain and the possible...
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  • Moving and Handling Hsc
    Outline the anatomy & physiology of the human body in relationship to the importance of correct mov & handling & positioning of individuals Muscles in our body work pretty much like levers to allow our joints to move like hinges move. Muscles will move and pull bones at a specific joint...
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  • Hsc Level 5 Unit 534
    ProjectOther__________________ | | | Personal Statement | | | | | ASSESSMENT REPORT | 1.1 Explain the importance of recognising the centrality of the individual rather than the disability.Words are critical in shaping ideas, perceptions and attitudes. They can be used to reinforce existing prejudices or to...
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  • Concept of Comfort
    chartings the phrase “kept safe and comfortable”. As I practice my profession, questions arises what comfort really means and its diverse perspectives. Being a ward nurse, aside from moving my patients towards health; providing holistic nursing care and client satisfaction is my utmost concern. Leininger...
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  • Psychology of Intervention
    PSYC 452- Dr. Wolff EXAM 2 REVIEW SHEET 1. Describe the 4 major areas that developed behavior therapy and identify the major people associated with each. Classical Conditioning * In classical conditioning certain respondent behaviors, such as knee jerks and salivation, are elicited from...
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