UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA

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NURSE PROCESS RECORDING

Submitted To: Dr. Felipe Naval Escaño, R.N., R.M., M.A.N., DPSVI Clinical Instructor Submitted By:
Viejo, Mary Antonette L. BSN 4U

September 23, 2009

aresidual Date Admitted: November 8.DEMOGRAPHIC DATA Client’s Initials: E. 2009 Name of Institution: Cavite Center Mental Hospital .M. Age: 24 years old Sex: Male Address: Pangasinan Source of Information: the client and his chart Impression: Schizophrenia. 2004 Date of History Taking: September 15.

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establish rapport with the client 2. The outside environment has a lot of trees and plants. There were a lot of huts in the venue and some buildings for the wards. . The setting where the interaction will take place is at the social hall. It was raining on the day the interaction was to take place. She didn’t know what would be the best approach to the client and was thinking of what kind of response would the client have towards her.NURSE PATIENT INTERACTION ORIENTATION PHASE Statement of Goals & Objectives: At the end of the orientation phase. help the client identify the problem Description of the Setting: The setting is a quiet and calm environment. determine the client’s chief complaint 4. establish trust through open communication 3. It was spacious enough to accommodate the clients. the student nurse would be able to: 1. Feelings and Thoughts of the Student Nurse before the NPI The student nurse was quite anxious and afraid of meeting with the client.

nagawa mo ang maghilamos mag-isa!” “no verbal cues” . The client was able to accomplish all tasks given to him . but he was able to accomplish the task given by the student nurse • No verbal • The nurse provided suggestions for the client to do decision making “Ang galing mo naman. Magsisipilyo ka para malinisan ang ngipin at bibig mo.NURSES RESPONSE “Magandang hapon po! Ako po si Mary. “No verbal cues. but it seemed that the client was not interested and had a flat affect every time he would respond. • The student nurse happily assisted and guided the client and this helped the client be free from harm and provided safety • The student nurse was trying to help the client be independent and self reliant by giving him tasks to do. • The student was trying to help the client do decision making for himself and this helped the client be able to “ Pila po muna kayo at pupunta po tayo sa social hall” “no verbal cues & no changes in facial expression” • It seems that the client is uninterested in talking with the student nurse • The student nurse assisted the patient and made sure he was safely guided “Eric. Kayo po ba si Eric?” CLIENTS RESPONSE “oo” ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS RESPONSE • The client answered the question with a flat affect and has eye to eye contact with the student nurse ANALYSIS OF NURSES RESPONSE • The student nurse approached the client in a friendly manner INFERENCES • The student nurse was trying to establish rapport with the client. ito po ang toothbrush mo at toothpaste. but he still lacks initiative and motivation. ang student nurse niyo ngayong hapon. but he was able to hold the toothbrush and brush his teeth” • The client did not respond but he was able to follow instructions given by the student nurse • The student nurse helped the client establish ability to do activities of daily living “Gusto mo rin ba maghilamos? “oo” • The client still had flat affect and no verbal response.

It was more easier and relieved than before interacting with the client for the first time. It was raining on the day the interaction was to take place. The outside environment has a lot of trees and plants. . prepare the client for the termination phase Description of the Setting: The setting is a quiet and calm environment. It was spacious enough to accommodate the clients. explore insight. assess implementation of coping mechanism 4. The setting where the interaction will take place is at the social hall. judgment.NURSE PATIENT INTERACTION WORKING PHASE Goals & Objectives: At the end of the working phase. recognize and work through resistance to therapy 3. Feelings and Thoughts of the Student Nurse before the NPI The student nurse was not that anxious and afraid of interacting with the client anymore since she established rapport with the client. stressors and feelings 2. There were a lot of huts in the venue and some buildings for the wards. the student nurse would be able to: 1.

Gusto ko na umuwi. Ito ang krayola mo at papel” CLIENTS RESPONSE “ The client didn’t have any verbal cues and he got the paper and crayons” ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS RESPONSE • The client still responded with a flat affect.” • The student nurse was trying to know what the client was thinking or feeling by asking the client to do some art works • The student nurse was trying to know the emotions and feelings of the client by the art work. The client was also able to write his name after drawing • The client did not have any verbal response but was able to eat his food and drink his juice ANALYSIS OF NURSES RESPONSE • The student nurse assisted the client in drawing by giving him the paper and crayons INFERENCES • The student nurse was trying to let the client express his feelings and emotions through drawing “Eric. magdrawdrawing ka ng kahit anong gusto mo i-drawing. He was able to express what he was feeling. “Ito na po yung tinapay at juice mo” “The client accepted it and consumed the food and drink” • The student nurse gave food to the client to provide nourishment to their body and gain trust from the client • The student nurse was able to give food and drink to the client and gain his trust. The client follows the instructions of the student nurse and accepts things or food from the student nurse .NURSES RESPONSE “Eric. The client was able to do the task and was able to express what he felt. tapos kana magdrawing? Bakit ito yung na drawing mo? “Bahay naming ito. He was observing first the other clients before he did his drawing • The client responded when being asked and still with a flat affect. He didn’t start right away with the drawing.

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