The Importance Of Nurses In Nursing

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There was an implication that the most significant finding of this study was the lack of the psychiatric nurse present in the parents lives. The nurses can provide the much needed help for the parents and the child with things such as family counseling and certain task for caring for the child and the parents themselves. There is an emotional link between the parents mental and physical health, and the child’s growth and health. The nurses can be helpful in the increase the knowledge and changing the attitudes among educators who may be ignorant in terms of the disorder. The reason there is likely a sense of ignorance among the educators is because there is a lack of connections between health professionals and educators. The educators are …show more content…
There was no concrete evidence that they went through the general ethical principles, but there was other evidence that the study was represented in a concrete manner. There was no deception present before, during or after the study. The participants were aware of what they would be partaking in, the ethic principle of fidelity and responsibility. The researcher had to go through a process of things to make sure there was no prejudice or presuppositions involved, so there is no sense of empathy of blaming the participants for their hardship. They made the participants feel comfortable as well by putting them in in an environment where they felt they most comfortable. The data that was collected from the study was used in the participant 's benefits, assessed and came to the conclusions that the participants need more resources and help in caring for their child, applying the ethic principle of …show more content…
In the results, it concluded that parents of children with bipolar disorder are developing health implications, loss of self, fear, frustration and describes themselves and not being them own selves. There was a sense of prejudice and discrimination presented from educators, relatives, and health professionals. To exclude these anti-social relations there needs to be support and while are of these things were presented in the parents there was no sense of hope lost for their children, as they would spend every last of their breath making sure their child had the best life they could. While there has been an increase in the number of children diagnosed with bipolar disorder stated in the text under the new DSM-5 classification child bipolar disorder is likely to decline because individuals with diagnosed with disruptive mood dysregulation disorder stated by Miller in 2010. With those facts there has or should be a decline of diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder in the coming

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