Ch.11/12
Ch. 13,14, 3, 15
Ch. 17, 18, 19
Ch.16/20
Mindfulness

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an action or judgment that is misguided or wrong

What is a mistake?

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Patient: "This is the first time I've ever broken a bone. There's so much pain in my leg!"

Nurse: I too have broken my leg. I've experienced that pain some time ago.

What is Empathy?

100

Pt comes in with alleged Chronic back pain, with no signs and proof of existing medical condition. Pt requesting Pain Killers/Norcos Rx

What is Substance Abuse?

100

The Pt should be cooperative, polite, etc

The Pt should value our care

The Pt should eat right, not smoke, get full 8 hours of sleep each night, etc

What are examples of false assumptions

Answer to be something like this, ngl I can't think of the word I want but yea sure dude :))

100

Provides framework for monitoring our emotions and examining our thoughts as we move through our professional lives

What is mindfulness?

200

a regretful acknowledgment of an offense or failure.

What is an apology?

200

Patient: "I've lost my son to an illness just like the one I was diagnosed with today."

Nurse:.....I am so sorry for your loss. I can't imagine the pain from losing a child.

What is Sympathy?

200

Pt feels physical symptoms but its an emotional trigger that causes it

What are Somatic Complaints?

200

Annoying family member: *bein dumb saying crap that isn't relevant to Nurse about Pt needs*

Nurse: *talking MESS about annoying family member @NS"

Annoying family member:       :0

What is a Difficult Encounter?

200

"My stomach is in knots"

"I'm tired, hungry, and haven't had a chance to use the bathroom in two hours"

"This bath feels so luxurious and soothing, YAAAS QUEEN YAAaassss"

What is Body Mind?

300

"An error was made during Rania's care. We accidentally gave the wrong dosage....the patient should be fully recovered in 24 hours. We are very sorry this happened and is tracking down what exactly went wrong"

How to Apologize

300

Accessing ____  ____ might allow her to think clearly about the stages of Grief, the nature of loss, and the typical feelings that Grief evokes.

What is Reason Mind?

300

Annoying family member: *bein dumb saying crap that isn't relevant to Nurse about Pt needs*

Nurse: *talking MESS about annoying family member @NS"

Annoying family member:       :0

300

During "Difficult Encounters" it's important for the nurse to take a moment to reassess one's self.

What is Mindfulness?

300

The Art of Communication in Nursing and Health Care

Who is Theresa Raphael-Grimm

400

Communicating ____ relies on choosing words deliberately in a manner that is encouraging.

What is Hope?

400

Putting yourself in your patients' shoes can help when providing care with bodily fluids, smells, wounds, etc

What is Disgust?

400

the fact or condition of being ____ to a particular substance, thing, or activity.

What is an Addiction?

400

Cognitive practice where the goal is to focus the mind and foster the capacity to remain centered in the present moment, here and now.

What is Meditation?

400

Metaphorical place where more analytical, more measured, controlled thoughts enter our consciousness

What is Reason Mind?

500

In order to meet the nurse's needs to dissipate their own anxiety, giving this can become self-serving and could even represent a boundary cross-over phenomenon.

What is False Hope?

500

Basic components of offers of Condolence include:

what is [Insert a statement that shows condolence]

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What perspectives do my health care collegues hold about this situation? How might their perspectives better guide my Tx options? 

What is the 13th step of a Mindfulness-Based-Examination?

500

Can be used to help identify habits of mind that interfere with being right here, right now.

What is the Mindfulness Attention Awareness Scale?

500

Allows us to appreciate our experiences, accept our vulnerabilities, and move back into the patient care arena with a sense of renewed capacity for shifting our focus outward again

What is Wise Mind?