Besides, they enable the medical personnel especially the nurses to develop a close relationship with the patient. Since, it makes the patient feel cared for apart from developing trust amid the medical practitioners and the ailing people owing to the practitioners’ exercise of compassion while executing their duties, interacting, listening and advising them accordingly hence, accelerate their recovery (Larsson, P, 2012, p. 17). The health care provider should be skilled at ensuring the patient’s comfort (Alder, B, 1999). This can be done through listening, monitoring and managing the flow of the interactions. During this interview, it became ostensible that the establishment of a rapport is essential in evoking comprehension of the patient’s perspective. The aim of this narrative is to critically evaluate the biomedical and biopsychosocial perspectives, as well as influences on the health and on the well being of a patient, a 32 year old female who is suffering from chronic back pains and type 2 diabetes. In accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery council (2008) ethics, confidentiality of the patient has been maintained, and the patient will be referred to as “Sally”. This narrative introduces Sally as a patient suffering from obesity. Oakley established that female respondents in a research are happy to open up about life and health issues to female interviewers who could share in the same experiences. Sally has opted to consumption of junk food and intense smoking due to a failed relationship. According to Erickson, a man goes through a series of development phases in which he runs into a conflict between a desirable outcome, which he needs, and an undesirable outcome which he does not need. According to the...
A Patient narrative highlights and offers in-depth understanding of an ailing person’s life besides malady’s history (Herman, D, 2011). Principally, this encompasses varied aspects, which comprise one’s life besides medical challenges faced by the patient where if not attended to effectively might worsen one’s condition. This entails socio-economic, environmental, psychological and holistic aspects, which are essential in attaining the full recuperation of an individual (Spury, L, 2008). Besides, they enable the medical personnel especially the nurses to develop a close relationship with the patient. Since, it makes the patient feel cared for apart from developing trust amid the medical practitioners and the ailing people owing to the practitioners’ exercise of compassion while executing their duties, interacting, listening and advising them accordingly hence, accelerate their recovery.
In this regard, research has shown out that the fall of the biomedical model came from the fact that it predicts that all illness only have a unit cause, ill health comes about because of a state that is psychological, and that after the correction of the disease, the patient’s health becomes healthy automatically. Nurses need to use the biophysical care approach because it is a model that emphasizes the advantage of getting to know about the human health and disease. It is a model that considers social factors, biological psychology, and their interaction in the understanding of illness, health, and delivery of health care.