NRS 428 Compare vulnerable populations

NRS 428 Compare vulnerable populations

NRS 428 Compare vulnerable populations

Brainstorm & Discussion.

Class, what is the most vulnerable population that you see at your job? How do you assist this particularly vulnerable population? What resources do you have for them and why do you see this particular population as more vulnerable versus others in your particular facility?

Hello Professor, The most vulnerable population that I saw at my job are Individuals with disabilities and low-income families. I introduced them to Social workers connect and community resources like shelters, food banks, and legal aid. Education providers offer individualized education plans and support for low-income families. There are some factors like in ability to do some activities by themselves, socioeconomic disparities, and historical marginalization made these people vulnerable. Each facility should tailor services to address these unique needs, emphasizing empathy, understanding, and empowering individuals to overcome challenges and improve their quality of life.

I work in a Neuro Pcu, and the most vulnerable population I see is adults over 65 that have strokes. These patients have neuro deficits and need total care. The most important aspect of caring for this population is supporting them in their daily lives. Home health, long-term care, skilled nursing, or rehab are important in helping these patients obtain a goal. Most were living on their own before the stroke and had a hard time accepting their new norm. Older adults go through the five stages of grieving when realizing they have to adjust. The mental status of most is not stable; dementia, sundowners., non-compliance, and lack of insurance are all barriers for this population. Most do not have a DPOA, so getting someone to make decisions for their care is often difficult. The nurses have to be big advocates.

TeAirra, thank you for response on the vulnerable populations you encounter at your job. Those who need total care and have neurological deficits are vulnerable due to more than lack of resources and it is a different type of vulnerability. Excellent job applying the component of vulnerability and articulating the specific conditions that make them particularly at risk.

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Brainstorm & Discussion–Weekly Wrap-Up

Class, how would you wrap up the information you obtained this week? What is the most surprising information that you have learned this week considering vulnerable populations and advocacy? Please summarize your own “weekly-wrap up” 🙂

Hello Professor, My weekly wrap up is on vulnerable populations, such as migrants and those with limited English

NRS 428 Compare vulnerable populations
NRS 428 Compare vulnerable populations

proficiency, they face challenges in adapting to their new environments. These individuals often lack the necessary resources to thrive and live a well-being. Translation services are increasingly needed in hospitals and other aspects of daily life to support these populations. Migrants face poorer health outcomes than their host communities, especially in sub-standard living and working conditions. Migrants face increased risk of work injuries and are less likely to seek medical care due to fear of deportation. Nursing advocacy can help provide resources for these vulnerable populations, such as housing information, healthcare benefits, legal assistance, and education tools

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