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N360 Advanced Relational Practice

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N360 Advanced Relational Practice
Class 1: Course Introduction & Review
Class Outline

0830- Welcome & Introductions
0930- Review Syllabus and Expectations
1000- Break
1020- Ethical Practice & Social Justice (part 1)
1120- Class end, see you next week :)
Welcome!
"Full cognitive development does not occur in the absence of social interaction" Holly, C, et al.(2008)

Social Constructivism (Lev Vygotsky)- stresses importance of learning from one another in a social environment
Welcome
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sarahmichaluk@gmail.com

Office: located in main nursing office (Across from Dawna, Darlaine) #

Sarah Michaluk
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Syllabus
Sociology & Nursing

"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change" W. Dyer


"To understand the changes of many personal milieux we are REQUIRED to look beyond them" Mills, 1955
"...sociological knowledge w/i nursing highlights the SOCIAL causes of disease & death, exposes power factors and ethical dilemas.." Morrall 2005
Thought provoking questions:

1. How many of you believe we are "free" in Canada?

2. Why did you choose the clothes you are wearing today?

3. How many poeple rode the elevator facing the doors?
Challenging people
Challenging Situations
"Nurses may be faced with challenges when striving to be in relation to others in their care and in their workplace"
-Who are those that are seen as difficult?
-Why are they difficult?
-What can we do to improve the care we provide to these patient groups deemed "difficult"
Social Norms
"Social norms or mores are the rules of behavior that are considered acceptable in a group or society. People who do not follow these norms may be shunned or suffer some kind of consequence. Norms change according to the environment or situation and may change or be modified over time."
Examples? What about social norms regarding public behaviour?
-Shake hands when you meet someone.
-Have direct eye contact with the person you are speaking with.
-Consume alcohol in moderation.
-Unless the movie theater is crowded, never sit right next to someone.
-Do not stand close enough to someone to touch arms or hips.
-Do not curse in polite conversation.
-Do not pick your nose.
-Wear clothing, especially of a similar style that others wear.
-Say please and thank you.
-Be kind to the elderly, like opening a door or giving up your seat.
-Go to the back of the line.
-Don’t invade someone’s personal space
-When at someone’s home, ask permission, such as turning on the television or using the bathroom.
-Stop at a red light.
-Go at a green light.
-Pull over for emergency vehicles.
-Drive on the right side of the road in the United States.
-Do not be promiscuous.
-Try to avoid burping or farting in public.
-Flush the toilet.
-Say "please" when asking for something.
-Say "thank you" when someone does something for you.
-Call to let someone know you will be late.
http://examples.yourdictionary.com/social-norm-examples.html
NEXT WEEK:
- Continue on with the discussion about Course Introduction articles:
OTHERING
Start on Module 1 Part 1: Cultural Safety...
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