Element of Value Base Care.

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Element of Value Base Care1AssignmentElement of Value Base CareStudent Name:Student ID:Course Name:Course ID:Faculty Name:University Name:
Element of Value Base Care2The Nursing practice requires many qualities. It requires specialised skills, knowledge andhonesty, integrity. There are many aspects of nursing practice. It includes the type of client,different disease management. We should treat each patient equally without anydiscrimination. This relation is based on mutual respect and trust. It is a helping relationshipin which we should be sensitive to self and others. Providing physical, emotional, spiritualsupport to the patient and their family.( Anonson et al 2014)Care is the fundamental part of the nursing value. It is important to considered a patient as awhole rather than a particular part of him diseases. It is important to understand a patient’sneed and the amount of care it requires because of the suffering. (Hoeve et al 2014)We musthave the ability to understand the patient’s pain and concern. A non-caring attitude makes thesuffering of the patient worse.Caring is the term always associated with nursing. Larkin, P. J. (2013). The nurse'sbehaviour should be holistic and the actions should aim at creating and maintaining anenvironment which will support healing. To support the nursing profession the nurses need toengage themselves in a broad range of activities when enacting professional roles. Thereshould be a deeper understanding of the term care. There are multiple levels of care. Caringcomes with professional experience. It may have a different meaning for different nurses.The concept of care depends on different factors. It depends on the amount of professionalexperience, the level of nursing education, professional values and how and where thenursing skills and concepts are being applied. The caring concept is central to the nursingpractice. It requires a great amount of discipline and dedication to follow. There should beintentional and conscious caring. This will bring out the best of the nursing practices fromyou. Being a nurse means you have to be fully present in that moment and take proper care ofthe patient. It is all about having a trusting, helping and caring relationship with the patient.This should not be limited to the patient but also should be extended towards the other staff
Element of Value Base Care3and most important the caregivers of the patient. (Anstey, S., Powell, T., Coles, B., Hale, R.,& Gould, D. (2016). This gives a positive feeling in the patient and the caregivers. Caring isa very integral part of nursing. It is important to engage yourself in genuine care by learningthrough various experiences with the patients. This will come with years of practice anddedication. Caring is an art which has to be studied but more than this it is an attitude in lifewhich nurses should flow for the patients and also the people around them. It is a there dutyto create a healing environment. Researchers have proved that if a patient is given adequatecare and timely medication it can even have miraculous results. For terminally ill patientscare is the most important thing they required. This may add few more months or years intheir lives. Caring is the most important aspect of the nursing profession. As we know that inold age many patients suffer from lack of care. A proper caring institution can give relief toold age patient in many aspects (Gélinas, C., Fillion, L., Robitaille, M. A., & Truchon, M.(2012).Communication is also very important to us, patients and also their relatives. By effectivecommunication, a comfort level with the patient is developed by which patient conveys hispain, fear, shares anxiety.( Riley, J. B. (2015) Listening is a very important mode ofcommunication. It requires nursing skills and attention. By this, we can access the situationand problems of the patient. By being a good listener nurses can provide care at all levels ofrecovery.A suffering person and its family members require support. This requires great sensitivity.We need to be knowledgeable and should carry enough experience in nursing to deliversensitive information in a proper manner. Confidentiality is a very important aspect. We mustknow what kind of information to be given and whom to be given. We should not give anywrong kind of information or right information to the wrong person. It causes a negativeimpact on the patient and the institution.
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