NURSING LESSONS PLAN
STRESS MANAGEMENT: NURSING JOBS INTERVENTIONS
QUINAL, KEETHE JUSTINE C., RN
06 29, 2014
I. LESSONS OBJECTIVES.
At the end in the lesson inside an 8 hour allotted period, students/learners will be able to: Identify elements that cause stress.
Determine the significance with the body's compensatory mechanisms to promote adaptation and maintaining the steady condition. Identify physiologic and psychosocial stressors.
Describe the inflammatory and reparative processes.
Identify ways in which maladaptive responses to stress can improve the risk of illness and trigger disease. Recognize measures which have been useful in lowering stress.
Identify the consequences of stress.
Determine both personal and company methods for taking care of stress.
2. TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES.
1 . Spiel
2 . Class Discussion
3. Video Business presentation
4. Encounter meditation or perhaps other tension reducing activity
5. Browsing Handouts
6th. Stress Analysis
III. CONTENT OUTLINE.
A. What is STRESS?
Stress is a state produced by a big change in the environment that is perceived as challenging, frightening, or damaging to the person's dynamic harmony or sense of balance. The person is, or feels, unable to satisfy the demands from the new scenario. The transform or stimulus that evokes this express is the stress factor. The nature of the stressor is variable; a celebration or transform that will produce stress in one person can be neutral for another, and a conference that makes stress at one time and place well for someone may not do this for the same person at one other time and place. B. PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSE TO TENSION.
The physiologic response to a stressor, unique a physical stress factor or a psychological stressor, is known as a protective and adaptive mechanism to maintain the homeostatic stability of the human body
SYMPATHETIC STRESSED SYSTEM RESPONSE