By Jan J. Nyberg
This paintings via Dr Jan Nyberg is guided by means of a lifelong profession of management and administration that's knowledgeable by means of deeper human dimensions of worrying, and extra lasting methods to alter than quick-fix, monetary take overs. Jan Nyberg, an skilled nursing administrator, student, and educator, is familiar with one other way-from the interior out instead of the surface in. She brings forth her knowledge and data, reviews, and insights in order that others may possibly now take hold of differently to remodel structures for supply of human worrying and therapeutic. This paintings informs, instructs, and evokes; it invitations nurse leaders and different overall healthiness directors to arrive for what will be, instead of succumbing to what already is.
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I don't believe nursing has an exclusive corner on caring. I have known doctors, physical therapists, and other health care providers that know a lot about caring. One of the differences in caring in nursing is that it is the nurse who sees a patient at his/her most vulnerable times. We do things to and with patients that no one even likes to think about doing for themselves. Another difference is that we are with patients in a longer time frame than others. We are there twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and patients quickly learn that it makes little sense to hold anything back from their nurse.
In order to develop such relationships, the practitioner needs technical knowledge and skills; the ability to attend to patient's dignity, integrity, and uniqueness; and the ability to compassionately respond to patients' distress and pain. Although Pew-Fetzer uses the term "relationship-oriented care," it is clearly a fine way to describe caring. Montgomery (1993) wrote about the practice of caring, which is healing through communication. She emphasizes that caring is not an individual accomplishment in which the helper succeeds by achieving mastery over a client's problem; caring is expressed through meaningful participation in an experience with a client.
This belief system sees the world as a growing, changing, interdependent interaction between multiple components that make up a whole that is different from the sum of its parts. It recognizes individuals as flexible, plastic living systems that are part of a larger system. The behavior of the individual parts, in fact, can be so unique and irregular that it bears no relevance to the order of the whole system. In the organistic paradigm, the ability to adapt to a changing environment is an essential characteristic.
A Caring Approach in Nursing Administration by Jan J. Nyberg