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What are the 3 psychosocial modes? 1) self-concept 2) role function 3) Interdependence
Self-Concept (Psychic Integrity) -Physical self -Personal self (focuses on how one feels physically, self respect,body image, and spiritual sense
Role Function Focuses on roles one occupies in society and with others
Interdependence Focuses on close relationships and support systems
Assessment criteria for Psychosocial modes 1) Developmental Stage 2) How one feels about oneself 3) What kind of roles one occupies 4) What kind of relationships one develops and maintains
Developmental Stage -Most influential factor involved -What are the norms for each stage of life? -Erickson's Developmental Stages
Self-Concept Definition -The image, belief, and feeling oen has for oneself -Every aspect of adult life is affected by ones self concept -MOST important of psychosocial modes
Self Concept: Nursing Concerns -Body image disturbance -Grieving -Anxiety -Powerlessness (loss of control) -Guilt -Low self esteem -Hopelessness
Role Function (Social Integrity) -A ROLE is a functioning unit of society -Roles come with a set of expectations based on societal-cultural norms -Roles change according to one's developmental stage -Fulfills social obligations & one's achievement of life goals
Effective behavior goal: "role master"--fulfilling the expectations of the roles that are expected
Ineffective behavior "Inter-Role conflict" "Intra-Role Conflict" "Role Failure" "Role Transition"
What are the three types of roles? 1) Primary Role 2) Secondary Roles 3) Tertiary Roles (Temporary)
Primary Role Age/Sex/Developmental Stage Example: "21 yo male in young adults transitional period"
Secondary Roles Permanent roles people take on: Chronic disease, wife/husband, mother/father, occupation
Tertiary Roles (Temporary) focus on acute illness assessment and how the patient is managing and adapting to this illness and hospitalization
Interdependence mode (Relationship Integrity) Focus on the close relationships of people; reflects on the person's willingness and ability to GIVE and RECEIVE love, respect, value, time and commitment; a "balance" btw giving and receiving (reciprocity); balance btw indep.& depen. in a relationship
Interdependence Mode: Nursing Concerns -Dependent/Independent Relationships -Separation Anxiety -Caretaker Role Strain -Loneliness -Inadequate Resources
Created by: kimtu05