Unit3(PatientAssessment&Communication)

  1. A famous psychologist who in known for establishing the theory of hierarchy of human needs.
    Abraham Maslow
  2. Breathing, food, water, sex, sleep, homeostasis, excretion.
    (The bottom part of the Maslow pyramid)
    Physiological
  3. security of body, of employment, of resources, of morality, of the family, of health, of morality.
    (The second to bottom part of Maslow pyramid)
    Safety
  4. friendship, family, sexual intimacy.
    (Middle of Maslow pyramid)
    Love/Belonging
  5. self-esteem, confidence, achievement, respect of others, respect by others. 
    (Second to the top of Maslow pyramid)
    Esteem
  6. Morality, creativity, spontaneity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, acceptance of facts.
    (Top of Maslow pyramid)
    Self-actualization
  7. Patient Needs
    -Air
    -Food
    -Water
    -Sleep
    Physiologic (Those used to sustain life)
  8. Patient Needs
    -Security
    -Affection
    -Love
    -Self-esteem
    -Respect
    -Self-actualization
    Psychological (Emotional in nature)
  9. refers to thought processes used to evaluate information to guide decision making & behavior.
    Critical thinking
  10. Modes of Thinking
    -The ability to remember facts
    Recall
  11. Modes of Thinking
    -Being able to perform a skill through repetition
    Habit
  12. Modes of Thinking
    -The ability to process information thoughtfully; analyze, infer, explain, & reflect upon one's work
    Inquiry
  13. Modes of Thinking
    -The ability to devise alternative methods of accomplishing a task
    Creativity
  14. The 5 steps of Patient assessment are?
    • 1. Data collection
    • 2. Data analysis
    • 3. Planning
    • 4. Implementation
    • 5. Evaluation
  15. Gathering information (data) about the patient's condition
    Data Collection
  16. Anything the patient (or someone with them) tells you
    Subjective data
  17. Anything you observe (see, hear, feel, smell, or read) directly
    Objective data
  18. a review of the subjective & objective data
    Data analysis
  19. Determine how to carry out a procedure
    Planning
  20. Performing the procedure using elements of the plan
    Implementation
  21. A critique of one's performance
    Evaluation
  22. the exchange of information, ideas, & feelings (messages)
    Communication
  23. Types of Communication
    -refers to that which is spoken or written
    Verbal communication
  24. Types of Communication
    -refers to body language
    Nonverbal communication
  25. the person who initiates a message is called the?
    sender
  26. the person who receives the message is called the?
    receiver
  27. A shared system of beliefs, values & behavioral expectations that provide social structure in daily living
    Culture
  28. Differences in ethnicity (race, nationality, language, religion, etc.) among various groups
    Cultural diversity
  29. How we feel about & would describe ourselves.
    Self-Concept
  30. refers to the sound of speech
    Paralanguage
  31. Documentation
    -Identifying where the injury or problem is
    Localization
  32. Documentation
    -Indicating the time frame for the injury or problem & how long is has persisted.
    Chronology
  33. Documentation
    -Indicating the severity of the pain
    Quality
  34. Documentation
    -Indicating when the injury or problem first started
    Onset
  35. Documentation
    -Describing what makes the injury or problem worse or better
    Aggravating or Alleviating Factors
  36. Documentation
    -Describing other symptoms related to the injury or problem
    Associated manifestations
  37. Stages of Grieving
    -When a patient refuses to accept the truth or may not want to discuss it
    Denial
  38. Stages of Grieving
    -A patient becomes irate & frustrated, resulting in outbursts against his family or those caring for him
    Anger
  39. Stages of Grieving
    -The patient thinks that if they are good & follow all advice, they will be spared the loss
    Bargaining
  40. Stages of Grieving
    -The patient acknowledges the impending loss & begins to mourn by being quiet or withdrawn
    Depression
  41. Stages of Grieving
    -When a patient accepts the loss & begins to deal with the consequences & those persons near him
    Acceptance
  42. legal documents that provide written information concerning the patient's wishes if they cannot speak for themselves
    Advance directives
  43. Documents that generally state what a patient wishes regarding their future medical care.
    Living Wills
  44. Documents that give someone permission to make medical decisions for you or to carry out your wished in case you are unable to do so.
    Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
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Unit 3, Patient Assessment & Communication
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