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T1-Basic Human Needs

Lecture - FI

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What are the levels of Maslow's hierarchy of human needs 1. Physiological 2. Safety & Security 3. Belonging 4. Esteem/Self concept 5. Self-actualization
Describe Physiological level of Maslow's hierarchy Highest priority (but lowest on pyramid). What you need to survive-air, food, water.
List examples that fall into the Physiological level of Maslow's hierarchy 1. Oxygen 2. Fluids 3. Nutrition 4. Body temp 5. Elimination 6. Shelter 7. Rest 8. Sex
Describe Safety & Security level of Maslow's hierarchy Normal adult able to protect himself and usually doesn't feel endangered. He's relativel "safe" from death, job is "safe". Insurance prgms, savings
Describe 2 subcategories of Safety & Security level of Maslow's hierarchy Physical & Psycholocial
Describe the Physical safety subcategory of the Safety & Security level of Maslow's Hierarchy Home & in health care facility: wet floors, lowered bed rails, bed in high position, lighting, misuse of equipment by staff, infection control, proper wound care, medication
Describe the Psychological safety subcategory of the Safety & Security level of Maslow's Hierarchy Lack on information can lead to unmet needs (teaching important). Managing stress, cope, fear of unknown, life ins, wills
Describe Love & Belonging level of Maslow's hierarchy Relationships. Feel the need & have time/energy to seek love & belonging. Pts hospitalized or in other health care settings are often unable to meet their love and belonging needs. RN helps pts maintain contact c fam & other pts. RN can sit, talk, touch
Describe Self Concept level of Maslow's hierarchy Self esteem, Body image, Role, Identity
Describe Self-actualization level of Maslow's hierarchy Lowest priority (highest level of pyramid) Meeting your potential. Self identity, self realization, self diretion, self fulfillment
Created by: mcwilliams05