Mental Health Nursing, All Facts from Chapter
Mental Health Nursing, All Facts from Chapter NUR 241
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Loss : experience of separation from something of personal importance Grief : deep mental and emotional anguish that is a response to the subjective experience of loss of something significant Mourning : psychological process or stages that individual passes to get to adaptation Grief : subjective states that accompany mourning or the emotional work involved in it Grief response includes : grief work and process of grieving Incomplete Bereavement : accomplish some tasks but not others of grief In which stage of grieving does reality set in : Anger what is anger characterized by : guilt, blame, sadness in which stage would a person thing "if only i could, if only i had.." : bargaining reactive depression : confront feelings associated with losing someone how might the individual seem in the acceptance stage : quite, withdrawn, devoid of feelings when is grieving said to be over, when is acceptance present : when you can look back and pleasures and disappointments of the loss How long might grief last to be maladaptive : you really can't put a number on it, it can least years and not be maladaptive How long does the acute phase usually last : 6 weeks is grief ever really gone : no it comes back with triggers How does anticipatory grief progress : it gets worse as you get closer to the death what might be a big problem with anticipatory grieving : someone who was presumed dead returns and the relationship is difficult what is a delayed or inhibited grief characterized by : absence of grief when it should be expected what usually causes delayed or inhibited grieving : culture no resources to grieve ambivalence Why is delayed or inhibited grief such a problem : not dealing with reality of loss where is the person in delayed or inhibited grief stuck : in the denial stage what migth be a symptom of delayed or inhibited grief : overreaction to another person's loss when would distorted or exaggerated grief response occur : all symptoms are exaggerated and make the person dysfunctional which stage is the person stuck in with exaggerated grief response : Anger Stage What might be the result of exaggerated grief reaction : depression Chronic or Prolonged grief is characterized by (2) : maintaining personal possessions aimed at keeping a loved one alive behaviors that prevent bereaved from ADLS What is a good example of Chronic or Prolonged Grief : widow who refused to participate in family gatherings after husband dies What is the main difference between normal and maladaptive grieving : loss of Self Esteem, worthlessness what does loss of self esteem and feelings of worthlessness from maladaptive grieveing lead to : depression some signs of maladaptive grieving or clinical depression : doesn't express anger persistent state of dysphoria anhedonia hopelessness prevails guilty chronic physical complaints How do children birth2 understand death : can experience feelings of loss and separation but unable to understand death what are symptoms of infants who are separated from their mother : quiet lose weight sleep less How do preschoolers age 35 understand death : think it's reversible and might have magical thinking what might a preschooler think caused death : them because of their thoughts or behaviors What might be seen with preschoolers if they experience a death : regression What do children 69 understand about death : understand it's final but think it's because of old age or accidents what might children 69 think about death, where it comes from and who caused it : it is contagious, possibly caused by bogey man What are normal reactions to death at 69 years : regression/agression phobias and clingyness What do school children 1012 think of dead : it is final and affects everyone even them what might school children say to people about death : ask questions about it What migth be disrupted with ages 1012 : peer relationships or schoo What do adolescents think about death : understand it like adults do but don't believe it will happen to them what is a common behavior response of adolescents to death : acting out ith aggression and defiance What should people remember about african american's with grieving : if they have a "falling out" that is a sudden collapse or inability to see and is normal and not an emergency How do black people go about death how do black people express emotions about death what do black people want done with th body : funeral with music and worship openly view body and bury it at cemetary what is death in the chinese (Asian) tradition focused on how do Chinese people express emotions about death : Ancestor worship don't talk about it what do chinese people think about death measures what color do chinese think is bad luck and involves death : won't do health insurance it's inviting death white, or sometimes black What would tell you that Chinese are in "mourning" : black armbands or white strips around their heads How is the dead honored in chinese : food, money or articles around coffin to give to spirit who can prepare the body in japanese what happens after the body is prepared in japanese : only close family members visitation with prayer, incense, and gifts for 2 days How do Japanese & Vietnamese like to "rid the body" : funerals at buddhist temple with cremation How long is the mourning Period for Japanese and what happens when it ends : 49 days, then prayer and rice dishes what do Vietnamese think death leads to : reincarnation where do vietnamese people prefer to die : at home What do veitnamese wear in mourning, and for how long then after that what do vietnamese wear : white clothing for 14 dys, then black arm bands and white headbands for a year What is special about vietnamese death times : one year anniversary is commemorated What should you NOT do at the one year commemoration : bring flowers or visit at all what do Filipinos do after death : hold a wake in the home of the dead for a week before funeral which is sometimes a fiesta How long will Filipina dress and what will they dress in after the death : black for 1 year What is an acceptable emotion for Filipino Americans (2) : uncontrollable crying and outbursts fainting sometimes what do the filipino do to rid the body : burial What do Judaism Jews think of death : mostly concentrate on how present life is what is forbidden in judaism with death : suicide How is the body or the person dying cared for in judaism : never leave dying person alone face vocered with cloth what is usually not done with judaism with the body : autopsy what is done at the funeral in judaism : body is wrapped in shroud and put in wooden casket without viewing what should the person do before they enter to mourn with the closest relative in judaism : wash hands outside door Shiva is what in judaism : 7 day period beginning with burial, where mourners don't work How long might mourning last for a parent in judaism then what is done : a year, then a toumbstone is put up Mexican Americans hold what for the death : Velorio Velorio is what for mexicans : festive watch over the body of the dead with lots of family what follows velorio for mexicans : novenario Novenario is : Evening group prayer for 9 days after burial What is mourning called for mexicans : Luto What is Luto sympolized by : wearing black, black and white, or dark clothing and subdued behavior What is a law of death in Mexico that is carried here : Bury within 24 hours of death How long do Natives wait to bury dead what must be done to the dead body : 4 days cleansing ceremony to prevent spirit from trying to control someone else body How are natives buried what will natives not do to the body : with shoes on wrong feet and rings on index fingers touch it If a client is dying, how is the healthcare provider supposed to talk to the client who is native : talk about the disease as if it is a different person, in third person Hospice : provides palliative and supportive care for dying people and their families What does hospice help patients do : physical and emotional comfort to bring up QOL what type of approach does hospice take for care : interdisciplinary What are the 7 components that hospice approach is based on : 1. Interdisciplinary Team 2. Pain Manage 3. Emotional Support 4. Spiritual Care 5. Bereavement Counsling 6. 24 hour on call nurse 7. Staff support What is the roll of the RN in Hopsice usually : case manager what do attendants do in hospice : spend most of their time with client and help with ADL's etc What is a vital part of the Hospice Concept that help with transportation, companionship etc. : Trained Volunteers What is staff support used for : for the staff who experience the same grieving as pt fam What is a common syndrome that can occur if hospice staff doesn't break for themselves : Burn Out Advanced Directive : living will or DPOA or Health Care Proxy what do the AD, DPOA, or Health Care Proxy do : help client give directions about his future med care living will : document about what to do for healchare tx if they ca'nt tell DPOA is : givies someone else legal decision power When is the only time the living will has mechanism of legal enforcement : If a natural Death Act has been enacted into law by state What are these states called : pull the plug state What are the 3 times that an Advance Directive won't be followed : Advanced directive isn't available at time decision must be made Advanced Directive isn't clear Health care proxy is unsure of client wishes What would be an example of an advanced directive that isn't clear : "No heroic measures" How long does KublerRoss think grieving can take : calendar year
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