Week 5 Person Centered Care Person centred Care

February 2, 2019 Critical Thinking

Week 5
Person Centered Care
Person centred Care: How do nurses know how to care in a way that is best for the patient?  How do nurses make sound, reliable clinical decisions that provide the best outcome for their patients? This week you will consider some models of care, and start to think more deeply about clinical decision-making.

Feelings:
Describe your feelings as you explore the CRC and PCC; examples of feelings include but are not limited to; struggle, confusion, realization, relief, sadness, insight
• Evaluation:
Consider your understanding. Where are your strengths and where are the gaps in your understanding?
•Analysis:
Explain why you think you have these gaps or understandings.
• Conclusions:
Think about how the CRC and PCC will fit in your future practice.
• Action Plan: What are you going to do in the future to ensure you practice PCC., e.g. research, reading mentorship
Week 6
Biological Factors
last week’s tutorial gave a brief overview of the Roper, Logan and Tierney model of care, which is a structured way of thinking about peoples’ physical and psychological health needs. This week lecture and tutorial will examine the Biological factors of the Roper Logan and Tierney model of care and their influence on the daily activities of living. A sound understanding of how biological factors can impede activities of living is essential for nurses to work collaboratively with the people they care for and so plan and implement effective strategies to optimise health outcomes. In this online lesson, we will focus on some important contexts of nursing such as critical thinking and reflection.  Furthermore, you will be get to know a specific type of nursing practice -rural nursing- in line with narrative allocated to the next five week (Jim Laverty).

1 Description
2. Feelings 
3. Evaluation 
4. Analysis 
5. Conclusions
6. Action Plan
Week 7
Psychological Factors
This week you will continue to explore the Psychological Factors as they pertain to the different stages of the life span.  Illness and health concerns will have different impacts upon our Activities of Daily Living dependent upon the stage of life we are at. Illness can alter our expectations for life and frequently that brings a psychological cost.

1 Description
2. Feelings 
3. Evaluation 
4. Analysis 
5. Conclusions
6. Action Plan
Conclusion
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Analysis
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Action Plan