Maya is trying to dry her tears while answering the door.
Maya: “Yes Tiara, I am ok.”
Tiara: “Are you sure you are ok?”
2. Tiara seemed harsh, but through this, it helped Maya to properly grieve as a medical person.
3. Maya did her best to help her patient survive, but at the end of the day, it is his decision to do what he feels is best for him.
2. If a patient has it clear in their chart that they don’t want to be resuscitated speak to the nurse and the clinical manager to make sure this is what they want.
3. Never speak negatively of the death of any patient in front of other patients if they didn’t take your crucial advice.
4. Show patients who are depressed the positives in life and get the social worker involved if you can.
5. Never cry/breakdown on the treatment floor, because other patients will see this and become very grieved. It can cause them to have different issues while on the machine.
6. To soothe your grieving always listen to good music during your break time and think about the happier moments you and the patient had.
7. Take helpful advice from your teammates; don’t feel that everyone is after you, just because they are telling you the truth.
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