Patients Faced with Life-Threatening Events or Terminal Illness Often Reflect
Patients faced with life-threatening events or terminal illness often reflect on their lives and find ways to change their priorities.This process is termed by Newman as:
The nurse,through attention and partnership,should try to facilitate:
In Newman's system,the decisions a patient makes as his or her consciousness expands are made at:
B)The point of no return.
The information that provides the patient's system the capacity to interact with the environment is called: