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Represents people's complex reflection of their cultural heritage, their environment, their upbringing and education, personality traits and cumulative life experiences.
explains the future-orientated component of self-concept. Expectations and personal hope.
Characteristics of a healthy self-concept
1. high self-esteem 2. distinct sense of identity 3. emotional stability
self concept clarity
the extent to which the contents of one's self-beliefs are clearly and confidently defined, internally consistent and temporarily stable.
Johari Window Disclosure/Feedback Model
1. open self 2. blind self 3.hidden self 4. unknown self
Theoretical Frameworks: William James
The I and me. The i refers to what we cognitively and emotionally think about ourselves. The "me" refers to the content of those observations, perception of personal characteristics, activity preferences, capabilities, and values
Eriksons Stages of Psychosocial Development
1. Trust vs. mistrust 2. Integrity vs. guilt 3. identity vs isolation
Nursing Strategies in Self-Concept
verbal expressions of negative feelings and reluctance to look at or touch a changed body structure
an intrapersonal psychological process consisting of a person's perceptions or images of personal abilities, characteristics and potential growth
gatekeeper of personal identity. The cognitive process through which a person transforms sensory data into connected personalized image patterns.
thinking processes people use to make sense of their perceptions
emotional value a person places on his or her self-concept, expressed as either a positive or negative evaluation.
"All or Nothing"
situation is all good or all bad
one incident is treated as if it happens all the time, picking out a single detail and dwelling on it.
"Mind Reading and Fortune Telling"
deciding a person does not like you without checking it out, assuming a bad outcome with no evidence to support it
seeing yourself as flawed, instead of separating the situation as something you played a role in but did not cause.
Acting on "should" and "out to"
deciding in your mind what is someone else's responsibility without perceptual check
assuming the worse, every situation has a catastrophic interpretation and anticipated outcome.
a person's perceptual belief that he or she has the capability to perform general or specific life tasks successfully
professional interpersonal alliance in which the nurse and client join together fora defined period to achieve health-related treatment goals
Goals of a therapeutic relationship
Support client and family to understand illness, learn practical strategies to effectively self-manage chronic health conditions and assist them to cope and find meaning in difficult health circumstances.
Paplau's 6 Nursing Roles
1. Stranger role 2. Resource role 3. Teaching role 4. counseling role 5. surrogate role 6. Leadership role
represent invisible structures imposed by legal, ethical, and professional standards of nursing that respect nurse and client rights
take advantage of the client's vulnerability and represent a conflict of interest that usually harms the goal of the therapeutic relationship
less serious. Appearance of impropriety but do not actually violate prevailing ethical standards.
something in the client activates a nurse's unconscious unresolved feelings from previous relationships or life events
intentional human action characterized by commitment and a sufficient level of knowledge and skill to allow you to support the basic integrity of your client
assisting the client to take charge of his or her own life
ability to be sensitive to and communicate understanding of the client's feelings
nurse and client agree on the client's health problems and the means for resolving them and that both parties are committed to enhancing the client's well-being
vague, persistent feeling of impending doom
Strategies to reduce anxiety
active listening 2. honesty 3. acting in a calm, unhurried manner
process of attributing characteristics to a group of people as though all persons in identified group possess them
study of an individuals use of space
C- connect with your client A - appreciate the client's situation R - respond to what your client needs E - empower the client to problem solve with you
1. accept clients as they are by refraining negative judgements 2. offer information 3. make sure client actively participates in their care plan
Levels of Nursing Actions
1. Accepting 2. Listening 3. Clarifying and Informing 4. Analyzing
Reduce Relationship Barriers
1. Establish trust 2. demonstrate caring and empathy 3. empower client
multidimensional psychosocial concept defined as a tradition pattern of behavior and self-expression, performed by or expected of an individual within a given society.
set of capabilities,skills, aptitude, and experience.
occasions when two or more professions learn from and about each other to improve collaboration and the quality of care.
Professional Role Socialization
educational process through which student nurses acquire the norms, values and attitudes associated with nursing profession.
values, standards, and role behaviors associated with professional nursing
Benner's Stage of Clinical Competence
1. Advanced beginner 2. Competent 3. Proficient 4. Expert
Characteristics of Magnet Culture
1. active support of education 2. clinically competent nurses 3. client centered care for clients and families.
concept which describes the organizational commitments and configurations, which give information and supportive power to health care workers to accomplish their work effectively.
refers to the process of two or more people combining efforts and working together to achiever an outcome.
1. client values, beliefs and preferences 2. alignment with treatment goals
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