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TFN Midterms pt 2

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Sept. 1 1909Birthday of Peplau
Gustav & Ottylie PelauParents of Hildegard
Flu epidemic of 1918When she was a child, what did she witness that influenced her understanding of the impact of illness and diseases of family
1931Year when Peplau began her career in nursing
Pottstown, Pennsylvanie School of NursingWhere Peplau graduated
Internal PsychologyCourse Peplau got a bachelor on
1943-1945Years when Peplau served as an Army Nurse Corps
March 17, 1999Dater when Peplau died
Nurse of the CenturyDuring her time, Peplau was known as the ___________
Christiane Reimman Prize & Living LegendAchievements of Peplau
1997Year when Peplau received Christian Reimman Award
Interpersonal Relations in Nursing TheoryBook of Hildergard Peplau
(1) Stranger Role, (2) Resource Role, (3) Teacher Role, (4) Leader Role, (5) Surrogate Role, (6) Counselor6 nursing roles
A therapeutic interpersonal process that functions with other human process to make health possible for individualsDefinition of nursing
An organism that strives in its own way to reduce tension generated by need Definition of nursing
A word symbol that implies forward movement of personality and other ongoing human processes in the direction of creative, constructive, productive, personal and community living Definition of Health
Existing forces outside the organism and in the context of culture from where customs and beliefs are acquiredDefinition of Environment
(1) Orientation, (2) Identification, (3) Exploitation, (4) ResolutionFour phases of Nursing Nursing-Patient Relationship



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Stranger RoleWhen both nurses and patient meet for the first time
Stranger RoleIt is important for a nurse to be not judgmental and providing all the basic needs of patient
Resource RoleIn this role, the patient is seeking for nurse knowledge
Resource RoleIt is important for a nurse to stay educated and doesn't talk without skill
Teaching RoleA nurse should identify the patients learning need, and preferred method of learning
Teaching RoleA nurse should know what the patient already know and expand with the knowledge he/she knows
Leadership RoleA nurse should always know that a patient looks on us as a role model
Leadership RoleShowing of interest and presence should always be practiced
Leadership RoleAlways keep in mind that a patient is dependent on nurse
Surrogate RoleIn this role, a nurse may remind the patient of someone they know
Surrogate RoleIf a patient remind a nurse of someone they know, it is important for a nurse to address them that the nurse is not the person that the patient is thinking of
Counselor RoleA nurse helps the patient identify how they are feeling, we should learn how to give emotional support to all the patients we are handling



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OrientationThe patient has identified that they have a need and are seeking professional help
OrientationThey are scared and may ask questions such as why is this happening to me
OrientationIn this phase, the nurse need to explain themselves boundaries establish trust and acknowledge anxiety
OrientationGet acquainted phase of the nurse-patient relationship
OrientationPreconceptions are worked through
OrientationParameters are established and met
OrientationEarly levels of trust are developed Roles begin to be understood
IdentificationThe client begins to identify problems to be worked on within relationship
IdentificationThe goal of the nurse: help the patient to recognize his/her own interdependent participation role and promote responsibility for self
IdentificationThe patient has identified that they can only rely on the nurse for help.
IdentificationThe patient may feel helpless in this phase since their personal security is threatened by their illness
IdentificationNurses should emphasize that they are here to help and ensure safety
IdentificationThe leadership role is important in this phase
ExploitationThe patient moving towards the goal of discharge
Exploitationthey may struggle to understand the difference between needs and dependence in this phase
ExploitationClient's trust of nurse reached full potential
ExploitationClient making full use of nursing services
ExploitationSolving immediate problems Identifying and orienting self to [discharge) goals
ResolutionFinal phase of nurse-patient relationship
ResolutionSense of security is found as patient has less reliance and identification upon nurse helper
ResolutionClient has increased self-reliance to deal with his/her problem
ResolutionThe patient is physically ready to go home but psychological needs should be addressed as well
ResolutionSeen as freeing phase


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21 Nursing Problems TheoryName of Abdellah's theory
March 13, 1919Birthday of Abdellah
When she witnessed the explosion of HidenburgWhat influenced Abdellah to be a nurse?
(1) Basic to all patients, (2) Sustenal Care needs, (3) Remedial care needs, (4) Restorative Care Needs4 categories of Abdellah's 21 nursing problems
(1) Observation, (2) Communication skills, (3) Application of knowledge, (4) Teaching of families & Patients, (5) Organization of Work, (6) Use of resource materials, (7) Use of personnel resources, (8) Problem Solving, (9) Direction of work of others, (11) Therapeutic use of self, (12) Nursing procedures11 Nursing skills
Having physical, emotional & psychological needsDefinition of person
Exclusive of disease/IllnessDefinition of Health
Consists of individual, family & communityDefinition of environment
Caring profession that is a continuous research to improve nursing techniquesDefinition of nursing
Collaborative work between nurse, patient & familyAbdellah's theory is a collaborative work between
Abdellah's theory was able to classify the 21 nursing problems into 4 categoriesUniqueness of theory


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Basic to all patientsMaintain good hygiene & physical comfort
Basic to all patientsPromote optimal activity such as exercise, rest & sleep
Basic to all patientsPromote safety thru prevention of accident, injury or trauma and through spread of infection
Basic to all patientsMaintain good body mechanics and correct deformity
Sustenal Care NeedsMaintenance of oxygen supply in cells
Sustenal Care NeedsMaintenance of nutrition of cells
Sustenal Care NeedsMaintenance of elimination
Sustenal Care NeedsMaintenance of Fluid & Electrolyte
Sustenal Care NeedsRecognize physiological responses of body to disease
Sustenal Care NeedsMaintenance of regulatory mechanisms
Sustenal Care NeedsMaintenance of sensory functions
Remedial Care NeedsIdentify positive & negative feelings
Remedial Care NeedsIdentify interrelatedness of emotions & organic illnesses
Remedial Care NeedsMaintenance of effective verbal & nonverbal communication
Remedial Care NeedsDevelopment of interpersonal relationships
Remedial Care NeedsFacilitate progress toward achievement of personal spiritual goals
Remedial Care NeedsCreate therapeutic environment
Remedial Care NeedsSelf awareness as an individual
Restorative Care NeedsAccept optimum possible goals
Restorative Care NeedsUse of community resources in resolving problems
Restorative Care NeedsUnderstand big role of social problems