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Inspiration Combat Nursing Stress

December 22, 2010 by  
Filed under CNA Resume

Have you ever asked “If I work in the sickest of the most unhealthy environment for them to work in or do I actually work in the theater for the unsung heroes in which the human will is still waiting for m to inspire? ” In other words, the nurses we see the terrible effects of the disease on the human body and mind of man. And sometimes it’s easy to slip into focusing solely on the negative. But if you do, then you are in danger of becoming bitter and angry, and missing a valuable opportunity to see the triumph of human will at its best.There will always be patients who took as their disease is their best friend … those who know that their hospital is a bit like a free ticket to get more drugs and other substances as possible. They are good people who calculate when their next dose of Dilaudid and Benedryl is due, then asked you to put on the dry erase board in their room to remember when you call.

Patient as they can nurses and hardened skeptics. Remember, the nurse was taught in nursing school that the patient’s perception of pain is always right … but these patients appears to work just because its selfish manipulation occupied his time. Gradually, though it monitors, the nurse can sink into the feeling that everything he has done is to restore a population that represents the worst will.Instead of man, the nurse should look around their environment and really enjoy all the victories on the screen. The nurse must recognize the glorious spirit of the rights enshrined in the other patients who cares about those who are actually in the hospital to heal or to make peace with his diagnosis and somehow get the best out of him.

Giving these patients can not be teachers! They may come in the form of his patient of 78 years, a new colostomy, and a new diagnosis of terminal ovarian cancer. See how much goes through his IV pole down the hall, smiling and making small talk with the staff. Note that when then asks a chair near the window, down the hall so he can do some ‘painting freehand. See, he sits by the window in all its glory, when he treasures here and now.

Giving these patients can not be teachers! They may come in the form of his patient of 78 years, a new colostomy, and a new diagnosis of terminal ovarian cancer. See how much goes through his IV pole down the hall, smiling and making small talk with the staff. Note that when then asks a chair near the window, down the hall so he can do some ‘painting freehand. See, he sits by the window in all its glory, when he treasures here and now.

Listen to her as she explains, “I told the doctor I do not want chemotherapy. I have 78 years. My quality of life is more important to me than trying to grind the years, a couple more chemotherapy. Know what I want. I want to travel a little more and do my painting. I love to paint and if I can do that I’ll be happy. “Instead of wanting to be dull and drugged perception, which requires the power holders are present and available to him to power” catch the light just “as evidenced by his painting. A glance at his works and know that is your master and you are his student.

Ask yourself what patients remember? And I remember why … What do I teach about the human will? What inspires me and what I do with this inspiration in his honor … Recognize that behind all the stress of nursing bed is an opportunity to get a view of man as he wants to succeed over adversity with dignity intact. Take a moment to realize that he has chosen to be there for a reason. You are a guest of honor of the unsung heroes of the theater.