Relatively little attention has been given to the way in which nurses in intensive care settings actually experience the meaning of their relationship to death. Hay and Oken have noted that their “repetitive contact with death” is an ...
Author: Richard A Kalish
Just as everyone must die, almost everyone will deal with death among close friends or loved ones. This collection explores the often difficult issues of human relationships with the dying, as well as the many stresses and burdens faced by the survivors.
Warm, caring relationships are vital to helping people grow and change. The wisdom about relationships supported by research can be found in the saying, “love your neighbor as yourself.” The principle of respect is bound up with love.
Author: Geoffrey W. Sutton
Category: Family & Relationships
DISCIPLINE WITH RESPECT is a challenge to look beyond the day-to-day activities of raising children to consider what children must learn to become mature responsible young adults. It is only when considering adulthood that all the encouragements, coaching, rules, guidance, and re-directions make sense. Discipline is education. To accomplish our task, we must be well equipped and committed to an educational program that will help children meet their life goals. But there’s more to child discipline than techniques. Discipline with respect means developing a respectful, loving relationship with children.
CARING. Without knowing who parents are and what they bring to the process, we can't expect them to respond in a homogeneous manner to requests. ... They are growing as they adapt to their children and work on their relationships.
Author: Dana McDermott
This book focuses on parents and teachers as adult learners, who should be growing and learning along with the children in their care. It lays out a theory of what parents and teachers need to care for children and themselves and then it shows how the author has assisted parents and teachers to put these theories into practice. McDermott relies on stories and listening to the voices of parents, teachers and children to make her case. She weaves together the latest theories and research with these stories. She uses narratives of actual school meetings, workshops, parent planning and discussion groups, testimonies, newsletters, and research of others in the field, to demonstrate applications of theory and research. She fills a gap by focusing on parents from all socioeconomic backgrounds. Key Features: o Focuses on parents and teachers as adult learners o Focuses on the dynamic process of parenting and teaching o Provides a theory to practice model to support parents, families and teachers o Provides a tool or guide for thinking through problems and finding solutions that take into consideration the needs of all involved.
As well as anxiety , physical and mental stress and interpersonal conflict the provision of care often results in a lack of privacy and strained relationships with any children because less time can be devoted to them .
Author: Hazel Qureshi
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Political Science
This book takes a close look at family relationships at the end of the life cycle. Based on a representative sample of people aged 75 or more in a major British city, it investigates in depth what the caring relationship actually means to those elderly people and carers, mostly family members, who are involved on a day to day basis. An important book for health and welfare professionals involved in planning and providing services.
Action: Entering the Web of Caring Relationships Labor is the human activity through which persons in the caring relationship recognize and welcome the burden that is involved with caring. Action and speech, the human activities that go ...
Author: Marie Baker-Ohler
Publisher: Cambria Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book provides insight into the nature of the relationship between dialogue and care. The work is textured and mindful of the human need for authentic communication between embedded human communicative agents. This is because the authors are well-versed in the field, having published articles, books, and book chapters dealing with the cultivation of human communication and human relationships through aspects of care, dialogue, and other philosophical preconditions. This study approaches the relationship of care and dialogue through a constructive hermeneutic approach situated within the current historical moment, while relying on a rich and textured historical tradition of philosophical writings that invite new discussion on the value of this relationship. In a historical era of rapidly changing technologies, it is often easier to text, twitter, and e-mail in a hypertext mode that fails to acknowledge the dialogic potential in human relationships. This book reminds us that even in these technologically sophisticated times, we gain more in human relationships through care and dialogue than in quick, instant communication. It is unique from other books dealing with the relationship between dialogue and care in human relationships because it integrates literature involving communication ethics and philosophies of communication framed around the metaphor of "care" to provide a more textured insight related to human communication. The discussion is an alternative to a social scientific approach. Readers will gain a thorough and comprehensive understanding of the issue(s) involved from different perspectives. Many other books on these matters are also theoretically laden with deep philosophical concepts, but they are often devoid of connections to everyday experiences which limits application of the ideas. The authors address this by a text that explores those philosophical and theoretically laden concepts related to "care" in an applied manner, so that the practice of these ideas is situated within actual human interaction. This study provides an in-depth exploration specifically dealing with care as a philosophical and ethical paradigm for living in the world. This book is distinctive as it encompasses theorists/scholars from multiple perspectives that include sociological, psychological, philosophical, and from both social science and humanities approaches; all of which come together within a communication framework. The purpose of this book is to provide readers with the opportunity to consider multiple ways of enhancing human communication through discovering how the notion of "care" has the ability to shape and guide communicative exchanges. Care is posited as a philosophy of communication and more specifically as a communicative ethic that can be embraced in interpersonal and organizational communicative contexts. Our goal is to provide a textured understanding of "care" as it relates to human communication and as it is foregrounded in philosophical thought. This text will help develop philosophical understanding of this topic that is inescapably linked to human communication. This book will interest all in communication, sociology, psychology, and anthropology.
Relevant research points out the seriousness of a caring relationship. The presence and absence of caring can have either a positive or a negative consequence. This caring phe- nomenon is found to affect both patient and practitioner.
Author: Mary Koloroutis
Publisher: Creative Health Care Management
This follow up title to the award winning Relationship-Based Care: A Model for Transforming Practice shows readers how Relationship-Based Care transforms the culture of care delivery. Written as a field guide, this book will inspire those who are working on the critical relationships that deliver superior care. The Relationship-Based Care Field Guide gives readers a sense of what It’s like to be part of an organization that never stops evolving. Long after Relationship-Based Care is alive and thriving in your organization, it will continue to grow and change. It is an essential resource, no matter where you are on your RBC journey!
In the seminar, Reigniting the Spirit of Caring, patients and families talk with health care partic— ipants about what ... Their work is built on the long history of the nursing profession's emphasis on caring relationships from both ...
Author: Mary Koloroutis
Publisher: Creative Health Care Management
This book provides health care leaders with basic concepts for transforming their care delivery system into one that is patient- and family-centered and built on the power of relationships. Relationship-Based Care provides a practical framework for addressing current challenges and is intended to benefit health care organizations in which commitment to care and service to patients is strong and focused. It will also prove useful in organizations searching for solutions to complex struggles with patient, staff and physician dissatisfaction; difficulty recruiting and retaining and developing talented staff members; conflicted work relationships and related quality issues. The book is the result of 25 years of experience of Creative Health Care Management, a nursing management consulting firm founded by Marie Manthey.
The first two chapters engage with the question of what is meant by 'communication' and 'relationships' in the context of health and social care. Although Chapter 1, 'Communicating humans ... but what does that mean?
Author: Sheila Barrett
Communication and relationships have become an increasing focus of attention in debates about the future of health and social care. People working in care services are being encouraged to improve communication processes, to develop more participatory relationships with service users, and to work more closely in partnership with other professionals. This Reader provides a comprehensive collection of literature that aims to enable those involved in care services, as workers, carers or service users, to reflect on their everyday interactions and to situate them in wider contexts. Including new material from the frontline of research and practice, as well as some classic readings, this wide-ranging volume emphasises the need to see interpersonal communication as embedded in relationships, and to take account of issues of power and diversity, as well as the emotional dimension of care work. Covering both health and social care, the Reader is divided into four sections, focusing on: * concepts and contexts * analysing aspects of communication * the person in the process * communication and relationships in organisations. Communication, Relationships and Care will be an essential resource for students of social work, nursing, health and social policy, and for all involved in health and social care services, whether as professionals, carers or service users. It is a set book for the Open University's second level undergraduate course Communication and Relationships in Health and Social Care (K205).
In the seminar, Reigniting the Spirit of Caring, patients and families talk with health care participants about what ... Their work is built on the long history of the nursing profession's emphasis on caring relationships from both ...
Author: Mary Koloroutis
Publisher: Creative Health Care Management
The result of Creative Health Care Management's 25 years experience in health care, this book provides health care leaders with basic concepts for transforming their care delivery system into one that is patient and family centered and built on the power of relationships. Relationship-Based Care provides a practical framework for addressing current challenges and is intended to benefit health care organizations in which commitment to care and service to patients is strong and focused. It will also prove useful in organizations searching for solutions to complex struggles with patient, staff and physician dissatisfaction; difficulty recruiting and retaining and developing talented staff members; conflicted work relationships and related quality issues. Now in it's 16th printing, Relationship-Based Care has sold over 65,000 copies world-wide. It is the winner of the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award.
Release on 2019-12-11 | by Creative Health Care Management
Creative Health Care Management ... The Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring (RSC) workshop translates the three caring relationships—care of self, care of team, care of patients and families—into daily practice, preparing everyone to model ...
Author: Creative Health Care Management
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
A Quick Guide to Relationship-Based Care is a 68-page booklet outlining the basics of Relationship-Based Care®. This valuable resource is ideal for orientation of the entire workforce in organizations implementing Relationship-Based Care. Written in easy-to-understand language, this book will help everyone in the organization (especially those in later implementation waves) to understand that they are truly part of something meaningful. This book will be a game changer for all organizations implementing Relationship-Based Care!
In addition, because of her specialized knowledge and caring demeanor, she has become available for staff and patients with chemotherapy concerns ... caring relationships between caregivers and patients, as well as between coworkers.
Author: John D Engel
Publisher: CRC Press
'Today, there exists a robust body of work connecting narrative theory and practice with medical theory, practice, teaching, and research. Taken together, what is particularly interesting about these works is that they portray narrative healthcare as both a philosophy of care and a set of skills - ' John D Engel, Lura L Pethtel and Joseph Zarconi, in the Preface This inspiring collection of narrative portraits details the career paths of physicians and nurses who figure prominently in the realms of narrative and relationship-centered healthcare. Each narrative describes the healthcare practitioner's early decision process for choosing their career and follows with a trajectory of events and work situations that brought each person to their present position. They offer a unique view from both a personal and a professional perspective. The collection of narrative portraits provides students, residents, and practicing health professionals a window into the possibilities for constructing professional lives that are oriented to service in ways that are fulfilling, energizing, and creative. The editors have made an important contribution to advancing the practice of narrative and relationship-centered medicine. They invite you to listen for the truths of your own story as you hear the voices of colleagues speak from the pages in your hand. Reflecting on the ultimate concerns that move you will enable you to more fully inhabit your own life story and become more authentic and vital as you heal others. Mark L Savickas, in the Foreword
Attain and continuously advance knowledge and expertise in the caring factors • Initiate, cultivate, and sustain caring relationships with patients and families • Initiate, cultivate, and sustain caring relationships with other nurses ...
Author: Janie B. Butts
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Category: HEALTH & FITNESS
Philosophies and Theories for Advanced Nursing Practice, Second Edition was developed as an essential resource for advance practice students in master s and doctoral programs. This text is appropriate for students needing an introductory understanding of philosophy and how a theory is constructed as well as students and nurses who understand theory at an advanced level. The Second Edition discusses the AACN DNP essentials which is critical for DNP students as well as PhD students who need a better understanding of the DNP-educated nurse s role. Philosophies and Theories for Advanced Nursing Practice, Second Edition covers a wide variety of theories in addition to nursing theories. Coverage of non-nursing related theory is beneficial to nurses because of the growing national emphasis on collaborative, interdisciplinary patient care. The text includes diagrams, tables, and discussion questions to help students understand and reinforce core content."
Patient - Practitioner Relationships and Compliance with Prescribed Medical Regimens . ... The first of these was entitled Caring Relationships in Contemporary Medicine ( Leiderman , Crowley , and Scott 1994 ) , and the present paper ...
A Study in Caring Relationships C. K. Brown. As care - givers , the respondents were asked to indicate the types of service they provided for the elderly . As could be seen in Table b . 2 , there are very high percentages for the ...
Relationships , positive or negative , begin as a result of people interacting through common experiences or interests . ... it will not always be possible for you to establish a relationship with every youth in your care .
Author: Roger W. Peterson
Publisher: Father Flanagan Boys Home
Category: Social Science
A valuable teaching tool for staff in any youth shelter or short-term residential setting, this manual provides a detailed description of the Boys Town Emergency Shelter Services Program in operation at multiple sites across the country.
The NSW criteria for determining the existence of a de facto relationship were also adopted for this category ... 147 In contrast to significant relationships , for caring relationships the difference in legal status granted by ...
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The new relationship also is based on mutuality and not on a defined unidirectional relationship of one who cares and one who receives care . Because of their lack of experience with respectful caring relationships , some staff members ...
Author: Sam Fazio
This provocative book revolutionizes the way care is understood and provided to people with Alzheimer's disease. Now you can revitalize and humanize your approaches to Alzheimer's care to better sustain quality of life throughout the course of the disease. Appropriate for all settings providing long-term care, adult day services, or assisted living, this fresh and humanistic approach to Alzheimer's care will encourage caregivers to rethink the disease experience and explore its possibilities, instead of its limitations. Rethinking Alzheimer's Care encourages readers to reconsider the meaning of home, reshape the environment, recreate a philosophy of care, redesign care programs, and more. Thought-provoking exercises throughout the text help you or your staff explore and implement new ways of caring that stress the importance of preserving dignity, autonomy, and the emotional health of people with Alzheimer's disease. Let this inspiring resource be your call to action.
333 ; see also Wærness , 1987 ) .2 From early on , studies of caring relationships recognized the power relations between carers and cared for , particularly in the marriage relationship ( for example , Land and Rose , 1985 ) .
Author: Barbara Hobson
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Category: Social Science
This text challenges mainstream thinking on welfare states, citizenship, family, work and social policy. It analyses the corresponding shifts in political discourse, and the changes in socio-political configurations that mirror changing gender relations. The discussion is both international and interdisciplinary, and focuses on exclusion and inclusion, care, civil society and representation, amongst others. The contributors examine these issues in relation to current policy debates and consider how they are embedded in particular European intellectual traditions. They also explore how feminist scholarship has emerged with these issues, and assess how these contested concepts can improve understanding both of the position of women and of gender relations more broadly.