- Published: November 9, 2022
- Updated: November 9, 2022
- Level: Secondary School
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SPEECH OUTLINE I. Introduction: Hello everyone. Thank you for coming today. A: Thank you X for hosting this event. B: Ladies and gentlemen.
C: What does it mean to be a nurse in todays world? We are all part of this culture and we share certain values. Our job is to treat the sick and make them more comfortable. We must be careful to remember this and not to go through the motions while at work.
A. Nurse must be empathetic.
1. In the workaday environment of a hospital, practitioners too often “ glaze over” or become somewhat automatic.
2. Everyday routine can sometimes numb them to their surroundings, making it difficult to connect with patients that require special attention.
B. Patients are people just like us. They are also part of our culture.
1. It is not hard to imagine the situation: nurses are human just like the rest of us—the fact that there is terrible suffering and pain all around them is something they will eventually adapt to after a certain amount of time.
2. Patients who come in to a hospital have many fears and anxieties about their experience: just how sick are they? What do all these new confusing words mean? How will their problem affect the quality of their lives? It can be very difficult to cope. For nurses who have seen it all before it can be difficult for them to be patient and supportive.
C. We must support one another as nurses as members of the same culture.
1. It is the same basic biological principle as hypostatis. This model argues that it is vital to be mindful and keep in mind the various prejudices and fears all humans harbour—and try to use these feelings to help shape positive relationships with patients under care.
2. The nurse and patient need to come up with what some call a “ shared story.” This focus on a shared story is very important. The relationship between the patient and the practitioner in a very real sense a developing narrative.
A: Nurses have a lot in common and must help each other be empathetic to patients.
1. This isnt easy.
2. We must be vigilant
B: The shared story is important.
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