Psych

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Psych
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  1. criminal vs. noncriminal homicide
    murder vs. justifiable
  2. social roles (3)
    • need for meaning
    • need for hope
    • need for love
  3. visualization
    imagine medicine in body
  4. patterns of coping
    • defense mechanisms
    • coping strategies
  5. dying trajectories
    • lingering
    • expected quick
  6. Weisman's 3 Tasks of Coping
    • existential
    • accomodation
    • terminality
  7. Therese Rondo psychological & behavioral (REC)
    • 1. retreat
    • 2. exclude
    • 3. control
  8. Doka 5-Based Tasks
    • 1. acute (diagnosis)
    • 2. chronic - living w disease
    • 3. terminal
    • 4. prediagnostic
    • 5. recovery
  9. Corr's 4 Dimensions of Coping
    • physical
    • psychological
    • social
    • spiritual
  10. codicile
    provisions to will
  11. administrator (will)
    court-appointed executor
  12. coma
    unconscious days/weeks
  13. managed care
    insurance - DRG, payment
  14. types of elder care
    • personal care homes
    • skilled nursing facilities
    • home health care
    • congregate
  15. technical imperitive
    lots of tools to combat disease
  16. principle of symmetry
    technology should preserve QUALITY of life
  17. hospital care
    • acute
    • intensive
    • diagnose
    • treat
    • sustain
  18. Uniform Anatomical Gift Act
    • 1. 18+
    • 2. family can donate
    • 3. family can't revoke
    • 4. family agree
    • 5. card or verbal
    • 6. can be revoked before death
    • 7. time of death - neutral doctor
  19. Veatch: 4 ways to define/determine death
    • flow/vital fluids
    • soul
    • bodily integration (brain)
    • consciousness
  20. mode of death
    accident, suicide, homicide
  21. golden hour
    help the injured ASAP
  22. autopsies (6)
    • official requirements (COD)
    • knowledge
    • genetic/infection
    • malpractice
    • identify remains
  23. coroner vs. medical examiner
    • coroner: elected official
    • medical examiner: doctor - forensic pathology
  24. functions of death certificate (4)
    • money
    • crime
    • family history
    • health info
  25. palliative care
    control pain (home or hospital)
  26. psychological railroading
    care is the same for everyone (nursing homes)
  27. living will
    written medical instructions
  28. probate
    time after death - settle estate
  29. executor
    appointed in will to manage estate
  30. measures to add dignity
    • DNR
    • combination of care
    • health insurance
    • hospice/palliative care
    • pain management
    • timely diagnosis
    • refuse treatment
  31. advance directives (2)
    • living will
    • healthcare proxy
  32. persistent veg. state
    unconscious long-term, eyes open, muscle reflexes
  33. allowing vs. helping to die
    • allowing: dignity, accept fate
    • helping: assist suicide
  34. informed consent (3)
    • competency
    • freely given
    • understanding
  35. 3 ethical principles (end of life)
    autonomy, beneficence, justice
  36. 4 Rs of effective communication
    • relate
    • review
    • revise
    • reflect
  37. total care
    physical, psychological, spiritual, existential

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