Cultural competence

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  • Mary C. Northern Case Study

    deemed incapable of making informed decisions thus incompetent; therefore, the parents are given the authority to provide or deny consent on behalf of their children. Similarly, elderly who are experiencing deteriorating illnesses may have an altered competence due to being in denial or having fear of the outcome. In relations to the case of Mary C. Northern,…

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  • Reflection On A Critical Incident

    Critical Incident Reflection Assignment On my evening shift during April 5, 2016, I was involved in a critical incident involving my assigned patient (D.B.). During this incident, D.B. learned that she was denied privilege to go off unit “for a smoke” due to a conflict that had occurred between herself and another patient on the unit. The result of this altercation led to D.B. expressing feelings of anger towards the staff who denied her privileges and sadness as this was her last day before…

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  • Alternative Medical Treatments: A Legal Case Study

    life experience” (Buchanan et al. 1986, 25). The philosophers seem to believe that if someone is considered a child by the law, then they are not competent to make crucial medical decisions (Buchanan et al. 1986, 25). I however think that child competence should not be determined based on an age threshold, but rather with the same mental evaluation adults go through, because I believe that everyone mentally matures at a different rate depending on life experiences. Just because a child has not…

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  • The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian Essay

    The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian teaches the reader that competence is not related to your IQ. Arnold Spirit serves as an example for this. Throughout the story he becomes more competent, and this is shown in various story points. One has to grow up to become more competent, it does not matter how intelligent they are. Age is one of the only cures for incompetence. In the beginning of the story, Arnold is somewhat incompetent. “And then Dad pulled down his rifle and bullets from…

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  • How To Write A Reflective Essay About My Social Work Experience

    After two semesters working with Communities in Schools I have now learned how class knowledge turns into hands on experience. It has been one of the most exciting times of my Social Work career growing so much in such a short amount of time. This internship has given me a sense of what it is like to work with children, which has motivated me even more to continue with this population. I have definitely realized in what personal areas I have grown. At the end of last semester I felt like what I…

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  • Jcabed Case Study Self Assessment

    The Gallon and Porter Assessment Matrix is a very useful tool to self-evaluate ones abilities and skills as a counselor. Through careful consideration and reflection on the screening, assessment, and treatment planning questionnaire Jocabed found herself realizing the amount of information she had learned through the course and also the limitations or areas of growth. This essay will briefly discuss Jocabed’s Gallon and Porter Assessment Matrix score, her reactions to the score, strengths, areas…

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  • Five Types Of Interpersonal Behaviors

    have been forced to abandon certain behaviors that were once common throughout the world such as those commonly referred to interpersonal behaviors. Interpersonal personal behaviors that are associated with interpersonal trust are availability, competence, consistency, discreetness, fairness, integrity, loyalty, openness, promise fulfillment, receptivity and overall trust. These eleven behaviors play an important part in building a lasting and productive relationship in both our social and…

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  • Ethics In Health Care

    As the law ends, ethics begins its course. In the healthcare system, law and clinical ethics are disciplines that have related concepts with unique parameters and a separate focus (Atkins, De Lacey, and Britton 2014). To better understand the role of law and ethics in healthcare and their overlapping responsibility and influence in the Australian healthcare system, an analysis will discuss a case study involving an ethical dilemma. Various relevant legal issues, ethical principles, and theories…

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  • Physical Literacy In Physical Education

    1.0 Introduction The quality of physical education (PE) programs in primary schools over the past two decades has been examined in the literature because of the difficulties classroom teachers experience when teaching PE. This Literature Review will look at the effectiveness of Physical Literacy (PL) and subsequently its relationship with the Long-Term Athlete Development model (LTAD). Since sedentary behaviour has been identified as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality,…

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  • There Be Dragons Analysis

    Buddhist. The question posed by Barbara Pesuit in her article “There be dragons: effects of unexplored religion on nurses’ competence in spiritual care” is to what extent a generalized anxiety…

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