- Beneath all anger is _____ or _____. Therefore, when a patient is acting
out in anger, either verbally or non-verbally, an appropriate response by a nurse would be to….(there are several things
that are possible responses)
- In a ________ relationship, the goal is to get the patient to open up and tell about themselves.
There are several ways
to get a person to do so:
- ____ __________, but be sure not to burden them with too many details about yourself-it is okay to identify a common
similarity briefly, but then turn the conversation back to the patient.
- _____ ________, by doing what you say you will do.
- Be __________ .
- Be ___________.
- Don’t be ___________.
- ________ their cultural values.
- Take __________ OUT.
- _____ with _____ if someone is being rude or intimidating them.
- __________ is: non-physical traits, values, beliefs, attitudes, customs, shared by a group and passed on thru generations.
- ___________ is the process of adapting to another culture, usually a majority culture.
(ex. Like moving to a new state, or new part of the country)
- ___________ is the process of becoming absorbed into another culture + adopting its characteristics + developing new
cultural identity. (ex. Changing religions, clubs, or groups of friends)
- ___________ is the belief that one’s culture is superior to others.
- ___________ is the sense of identification assoc with a group’s common social and cultural heritage.
- _____________ is the belief that all people from one specific group are the same.
(ex. All lesbians have a butch hair cut. All auto mechanics have dirty
black fingernails. All nurses are bitches.)
- ___________ are mainly negative beliefs that are generalized about a group and leads to a prejudgment. (ex. All Mexican people drive cars with horns on the hood.)
- ________ _____ is health care that is culturally sensitive, appropriate and competent.
- ________ ______________ is understanding & attending to the whole
person within that person’s culture.
- Name some PRIMARY cultural characteristics.
- Name some SECONDARY cultural characteristics.
- Culture is more than just ________.
- We want to get a clear picture of a patient so that we can help them get where _____ ______ ________ ______ ______
- In a hospital/nursing home setting-you CAN accommodate cultural activities or rituals as long as you can ensure 2 things:
- ________ and ________ are 2 of people’s most fundamental drives.
- __________ = the belief that there’s something outside oneself that gives meaning & purpose to life.
- __________ is: more than just behavior, affects ALL parts of who we are, and is in every cell of our being.
- ________ is a group of behaviors & rituals based on spiritual beliefs.
- Knowing who you are and being aware of how you see yourself is _____ _______.
- ________ = the psychological self
- ________ = the physical self
- _____ ______= the emotional self
- ______= the social self
- Nurses provide care for 3 types of clients: __________,
__________, and _____________.
- To determine possible risks for future health problems, it is helpful to key in on _________ history.
- Nurses help people by looking at 4 parts of the person, name them.
- Anytime your physical or emotional body or mind is not doing what it’s supposed to, it is HIGHLY __________ for
- ________ is anything that tugs on any part of a person.
- _______ and ________ are the 2 most common stressors of patients.
- When a patient tells you that they’re scared, and the nurse replies “it sounds like you’re scared”,
it’s what kind of a therapeutic response?
- If you don’t know what to say to a patient, ______ __________!
- This level of anxiety is described by a heightened sensibility, easy to retain information being taught, and is a pretty
healthy type of anxiety.
- This level causes difficulty in understanding, inability to relax, fearful expressions, can’t focus, and a severe
impairment in learning. Also causes increased heart rate & maybe hyperventilation,
headache, dizziness & nausea.
- This type of anxiety is accompanied by feelings of doom, chest pain, and garbled speech.
- Maslow’s “Hierarchy” is based on ________ whereas Erikson’s theory is based on age or _____
- The lowest part of Maslow is based on a person’s _________. The
top tier is one that not everybody attains, it is _____ __________.
- In order to move on in Erikson’s stages, one must be _________ in the prior stage.
- This pattern negatively enforces one’s self esteem. An example is:
a wife asks her husband “Do you want to go to my mother’s house for dinner tonight?” This puts the husband in a ________-______ communication pattern because the husband will be in a bind-he’s
going to get yelled at if he says no, and he’ll be unhappy if he does go. He
feels like he has no choice.
- Patients sometimes feel ____________. Because of this, they may try to
piss you off in an attempt to communicate.