NURS 3046 Nursing Project


Narrative Part 1:

Close your eyes, breathe slowly and deeply. 
Imagine a man, he is about 30 years old and he identifies as Aboriginal. Give him a first name. If one doesn’t immediately come to mind, don’t worry, you can name him later. 
Briefly describe your mental image of the man from the visualization exercise
• -physical characteristics
• -lifestyle
• -reason for admission to the emergency department 
Analysis (why questions) and description
• Analyse your personal bias (use theory and literature)- why did you imagine the man the way you did?
• How was your mental image influenced by worldview, prior experiences and knowledge, and societal influences?
• Discuss the diversity of Aboriginal peoples 
Analysis • What are the consequences of bias for your ability to provide culturally safe and respectful nursing care for Aboriginal patients – use literature 
Visualise his physical characteristics. How tall is he? Is he fit, thin, overweight or obese? What colour is his complexion? What colour are his eyes. Imagine his hair style? Does he have facial hair? Imagine what is he wearing? 
Imagine his partner. Do they have children? How many? Where do they live? Imagine their home. Is he employed, unemployed, studying? If employed, what is his job? What are his hobbies? What does he do for fun? 
Open your eyes and complete part 1 of the table. Write exactly what you thought. Do not discuss your vision with others. There are no right or wrong answers. 

Narrative Part 2:

You are working as a registered nurse in an Emergency Department. The man has been dropped off by a friend. He has a deep gash in his head, blood all over his face and shirt, and is disorientated. 
What has happened to him? Spend some time imagining the series of events that have occurred prior to him being taken to the ED. 
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