NSG2ANB Nursing Patients With Acute Illness B

Assessing: data is collected regarding patient, family or community the nurse is working with. The objective data include vital signs and observable patient behavior. Subjective data is collected from patients while they talk regarding their needs, feelings as well as viewpoints regarding their problems (Holloway and Galvin 2016).
Diagnosing: Nurse takes patient’s blood pressure, pulse as well oxygenation level.
Planning: The nurse prioritize diagnoses to be focused while involving the patient. The nurse begins by goal identification and plans the steps to arrive at these goals, along with individualized plan with associated nursing inventions is established (Parahoo 2014).
Implementing: The nurse provides pain medication, teaches deep breathing as well as relaxation techniques, darken the room as well as plays soft music.
Evaluating: The nurse will measure that progress of the patient towards the goals which are created in planning phase and has to
keep re-assessing patient, modifying diagnoses as well as adding to care plan as required along the way (Lilley, Collins and Snyder 2014).
Part 1: Analysis of “Go back to where you came from” Series one Episode One
The movie is about the different views about the refugee in Australia. The footage purposes to make people reconsider the validity of their perceptions on refugees. The footage has archival footage from diverse news reports into the opening montage of episode 1 and footage of the refugees’ boat wrecked of Christmas Island. These include close-ups of politicians discussing the refugee issue as well as graphic images of terror and destruction. The effect of this is to alert audience to the conflicting viewpoints the society holds on this issue as well as make the documentary seem grounded in genuineness.
I think the new media depict the issue objectively. This is because, it has manage to paint various views that people have about the refugees in Australia. For example, illegal boat people as well as over flowing detention centers remain a controversial problem in the today’s society. The news media has managed to show that this documentary is about a social experiment that challenges the dominant perceptions of six Australians regarding refugees as well as asylum seekers. The news media has also managed to take these 6 Australians on a twenty0five day journey whereby they are put into the troubled ‘words’ of refugees. The news media has used the code and conventions to position as well as challenge the cultural assumptions along with beliefs of the viewer. The stories of the 6 Australians have been presented using a ‘reality TV’ format effectively. The camera has been used as an observer of the reactions and the raw emotions indicated from Australians as they experienced first-hand the troubles of many refugees as seen when they are on asylum seeker boat.
There is a heated argument between Raquel and Raye, with rising levels of stress as well as panic rising when the boat began to sink. Via this technique characterizations is established and the audience follow the alterations in the 6 Australians perceptions as well as attitude as they live with as well as get to know refugees in Iraq, Malaysia, Jordan, Africa, Australia and Malaysia. For instance, at the start of the documentary, Raquel posit that he guessed he was a bit racist, and that he did not like black people. However, by the end of the first episode he reaches out as well as comforts Maisara, from Congo saying she is a lovely lady. Raquel even becomes more sympathetic while in Kenya’s refugee camp and positing that she would never use the phrase ‘black people’ but say Africans.   
The two are copying well despite having been persecuted before as many Australians have now change their views and have become friendlier to them. Their lives have positively change as the Australian have now become more accommodative and supportive. The family is now contributing to Australian society by helping people to cope in the face of persecution.
Raquel has learned to appreciate how lucky she was and has overcome part of her phobia regarding people as well as travelling. Adam discovered that he would get on boat without hesitating if it offered him a glimmer of hope for a better life. Daren has discovered the need to be more companion about genuine refugees.
Adam discovered the real insight into the psychology of being the Other, asylum seeker as he saw up the psychological desperation that accompany indefinite detention. Darren discovers that asylum seekers should not come by boat as it is wrong but he is now more companion for genuine refugees. Raquel discovers that it is wrong to be racist and that he should never call people as ‘black people’ but Africans.
Evident changes is where Raquel has stopped being racist and even allowed a Muslim woman in audience to extend hand of friendship to her personally to allow her know woman in tea-towel.

Part 2: Analysis of “Swimming the river”.

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The cultural factors make the  service delivery to Aboriginal Community to be discriminated. The critical issues influencing relationships and communication with Aboriginal Community include their lifestyle, cultural beliefs, religion and even their stance on food and health. I will include the aboriginal community in key aspects of cultural safety by ensuring that they are not discriminated and that they change the rigid cultural values and practices. I will ensure that recruitment is done on diverse culture to bring everyone on board without discrimination against race, tribe or other related aspect.

I will develop effective partnerships between staff, and the Aboriginal Community by giving the Aboriginal employment opportunities and even leadership positions. The outcomes to be measured to make sure cultural safety strategies work will include improved communication, number of aboriginal employed and even the leadership position they hold and ability to work as a team.
I will evaluate such outcomes by looking at how the employee relate to each other, communicate and even share information or even help one another across the diverse origins.
Religion-society expects one to belong to a given religion (positive) and a society assumes certain religion are superior (negative). Gender-society assumes that men are superior than women (negative) and society feels that men and women are equal (positive) (Connell 2014).

Disability- Society assumes that disable cannot achieve as those who are abled (negative) and society assumes that even disables should be helped by abled (positive)

Sexual Identity- Society assumes that only two sexes exist as male and female (positive) and society assumes that other sexual orientation exist like transgender and gays and lesbian (negative)

Generation-society assumes that we should create sustainability for future generations (positive) and society assumes that old generation is inferior to future generation (negative).

The above assumptions have ensured that there are separate gender roles between men and women. The assumptions on disable as people who need support and affirmative actions have led them getting various support from donors and other well-wishers. The difference can be solved by ensuring that no person feels superior to the other by offering equal opportunity for all.

I will address any difficulties that emerge by bringing the two opposing groups together to talk to them on the need for equality (Stephens, Cullen and Massey 2014).
Aboriginal cultural safety can be promoted in the workplace by ensuring that the head of human resource is an Aboriginal who is given the role to ensure that more Aboriginals are included while still ensuring diversity at workplace (Bar-Zeev et al. 2014). 

Bar-Zeev, S., Barclay, L., Kruske, S. and Kildea, S., 2014. Factors affecting the quality of antenatal care provided to remote dwelling Aboriginal women in northern Australia. Midwifery, 30(3), pp.289-296.

Connell, R.W., 2014. Gender and power: Society, the person and sexual politics. John Wiley & Sons.

Holloway, I. and Galvin, K., 2016. Qualitative research in nursing and healthcare. John Wiley & Sons.

Lilley, L.L., Collins, S.R. and Snyder, J.S., 2014. Pharmacology and the nursing process. Elsevier Health Sciences.

Parahoo, K., 2014. Nursing research: principles, process and issues. Palgrave Macmillan.

Stephens, A., Cullen, J. and Massey, L., 2014. Will the National Disability Insurance Scheme improve the lives of those most in need? Effective service delivery for people with acquired brain injury and other disabilities in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 73(2), pp.260-270.