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Reflection Individual Paper – Due according to syllabus
The student will be given a maternity or pediatric disorder that
they might have encountered or will encounter in nursing
practice. Write a (6)-page paper with references in APA format.
Required elements
Description of the disorder
Priority Nursing Diagnosis and why
Nursing Assessment / Clinical Manifestations
Nursing Plan/ Goals/ Outcomes
Nursing Interventions
Nursing Evaluations
Patient and Family teaching
Conclusion/ Summary
Cites four (4) APA format references (at least 5 years old)
TOTAL
Scene 1
A is on his phone, looking at Twitter and Instagram
B is A’s friend and recently doing social media addiction
research.
B comes inside this room
B: Hey A, how’s your day!
A: Great, Look I just found another interesting app called
Instagram!
B: Not again! You’re always on your phone!
A: I just downloaded it 3 days ago, it’s fun, you should try it.
B: Did you know
(switch to data information)
that 60% of adolescent’s sleeping patterns are affected by the
use of their phones an hour before bed. This can lead to sleep
deprivation. The use of social media keeps our brain highly
active and therefore it takes longer to get into a deep sleep,
which means we don’t get enough sleep for our brains to
properly function. Sleep deprivation is one of the key factors to
developing depression and can lead to an overall in the quality
of an someone’s life.
A: So, if I stop playing on my phone before I sleep then I will
be fine? Are there any other negative effects of using social
media?
(switch to data information)
B: There are so many more negative effects that social media
has on us. Adults spend around 32% of their total work time on
social media, and this causes a major reduction in the overall
productivity, studies show that it reduces by 13%. A decline in
productivity rates can directly affect the profitability of an
organisation. Heavy use of social media can also have a
negative impact on an individual’s mental health. Heavy users
of social media have a 13%-66% higher chance of developing
depression. This is a due to low self-esteem and isolation from
heavy use of social media, as you are constantly looking and
comparing your life to everyone else’s. It also leads to less
physical activity and less opportunity to develop real authentic
relationships. Do you find that you prefer to communicate with
people over social media instead of face to face?
A: Yes I do!
B: The other one of the major risks of using social media is
exposure to online abuse from “bullies” or “trolls”. Around one
in 13 people in Australian have experienced some kind of online
abuse, such as threats of death, rape, sexual assault, and
stalking. Race-based abusive language is also common. A
portion of these people who were exposed to online abuse had
to seek help from a doctor or psychologist which negatively
impacts work productivity. As a result, the loss of productivity
has estimated to cost the Australian economy as much as $3.7
billion dollars in 2019. By looking at the annual Digital Growth
statistics in Australia, usage of social media is exponentially
growing. Whilst the average time Australians spend on the
internet has decreased by around 30 minutes, the time spent on
social media is almost unchanged. Particularly, Instagram had a
2.1% increase in active users. However, twitter and snapchat
saw a 2.3% and 14% decrease respectively. This indicates a
change in the social media platform, but overall, active social
media users increased by 5.9% or by 1 million users from 2018
to 2019. This indicates that addiction to social media is an
ongoing problem and still requires a creative solution.
A: So how can we use social media and avoid these
consequences at the same time?
B: With globalisation taking place, social media is indeed both
vital and beneficial to society as it achieves in time
communication worldwide. However, social media can be used
to a degree where consequences faced are minimal. I am
currently working on a project called ‘Urs Matter’. This is a
mobile app developed to help manage an individual’s social
media usage so that it is not over-used.
The main interface has two buttons showing the usage time of
social media app’s and then the maximum usage time that the
‘Urs Matter’ app allows. The users preset the maximum usage
time of their social media apps and once the usage time has
been reached, users will not be able to access any of their social
media apps.
(switch screen to pic)
When the study and work mode is on, users are deemed to be at
work or studying and they cannot access any social media apps
on the phone. However, to turn the function off and access their
social media, users must complete a complex Sudoku.
Otherwise, the users have to wait until their preset time is
finished.
When leisure mode is on, you cannot access any of your social
media apps at all. This mode is to avoid unnecessary use of the
apps and to prevent you from being distracted by your phone.
Section for customer service: The app also provides a
consulting hotline for social media addiction through the forum
of a live online chat with a customer service agent.
Section for Urs Matter forum: Users can share their successful
methods to overcome social media addiction on the public
forum. This forum also promotes communication amongst
people who are in similar situations and makes people feel apart
of a community.
Section for achievement: This section records the date the user
started using the app and shows how successful they have been
in reducing their social media usage against all the other users
in an app ranking list. The ranking gives users to have an
incentive to achieve their goals.
A: To me this seems like an unrealistic app that I wouldn’t use.
This app seems like it is more aimed at people who are actually
willing to reduce their social media time. For someone like me
who enjoys being on social media I probably wouldn’t
download this app.
B: Well this leads me to my second part of the project, called
“social media abandon “ training camp. As most people are
afraid of being alone, they start to be addicted to the social
media network. This opportunity brings together people from
around the globe who are addicted to social media. This camp
involves the people giving up all their digital belongings and
then we will distribute everyone a cell phone without any social
media apps except for text message and calling. The
participants are then encouraged to make friends face to face
through various sorts of events, such as board games, Karaoke,
hiking etc. The aim of raising these events is to promote the
importance of interacting with people face to face instead of
behind a screen. Also, there will be seminars hosted by
experienced staff to teach successful methods on how they can
overcome their social media addictions. This camp’s overall aim
is to make people more aware that being away from social
media can be interesting and fun and how it allows them to
make more new friends, open their minds much like the older
generation in society.
A: The camp sounds so much fun and much more appealing for
me. Let me know when the camp starts so I can sign up!
Time spent at work
Social mediaWork3268
Solution
s for social media addiction
i) “Urs Matter”
Urs Matter is a mobile app developed for easing the usage of
social media.
The main interface has two buttons as well as showing the
detected time of using social media and maximum social media
using time on the phone. The users can preset the maximum
usage time of the social media and the app will automatically
record the usage time. Once the time is up the users will be
forbidden to get the access to their social media apps.
When the study and work mode is on, users are deemed to be at
work or studying and they cannot access any social media apps
on the phone. However, the only chance to shut the function
down is to complete a complex Sudoku. Otherwise, the users
may have to wait for the end of their preset time.
The leisure mode is not as harsh as study and work mode. When
leisure mode is on, the app will pop up an alarm clock to set a
wake-up count down time. Unless the time is up, there will be
no chance to access social media apps.
Section for customer service: the app provides a consulting
hotline for social media addiction as well as the service of
online chatting.
Section for Urs Matter forum: users can share their successful
method to overcome addiction of using social media.
Section for achievement: This section records the date the user
starts use this app and so far how long have they successfully
beat the addiction. Also, a ranking list amongst the users would
be illustrated to show their achievements.
Ii) “social media abandon “ training camp
As most people are afraid of being alone, they start to be
addicted to the social media network. Here comes an
opportunity that we are gathering people together from all over
the globe to get rid of the addition. People in this camp will
give up their all digital belongings and we will distribute
everyone a cell phone without social media functions except for
message and calling for basic needs. The participants can make
friends face to face through various sorts of events, such as
board games, Karaoke, hiking etc. The aim of raising these
events is to create bonding between people face to face and they
will not have to chat with people behind the screen, which
would probably console their lonely hearts. Also, there would
be symposiums hosted by experienced staff to elaborate the
successful methods to overcome social media addictions.
Retrieve from:
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/aug/21/cellphon
e-screen-time-average-habits
Retrieve from: https://www.pritchettcartoons.com/camp.htm
https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/set-no-xxx-tablet-
laptop-smartphone-1156070434
https://thewalrus.ca/board-game-theory/
https://www.netclipart.com/isee/iRwwJR_it-is-happening-sing-
karaoke-cartoon/
https://www.123rf.com/photo_6464965_fun-family-hiking-
cartoon.html
https://workz.dk/posts/symposium-highlights-quest-speed-and-
agility
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Reflection Individual Paper – Due according to syllabusThe stude.docx

  • 1. Reflection Individual Paper – Due according to syllabus The student will be given a maternity or pediatric disorder that they might have encountered or will encounter in nursing practice. Write a (6)-page paper with references in APA format. Required elements Description of the disorder Priority Nursing Diagnosis and why Nursing Assessment / Clinical Manifestations Nursing Plan/ Goals/ Outcomes Nursing Interventions Nursing Evaluations Patient and Family teaching Conclusion/ Summary Cites four (4) APA format references (at least 5 years old) TOTAL Scene 1 A is on his phone, looking at Twitter and Instagram B is A’s friend and recently doing social media addiction research. B comes inside this room B: Hey A, how’s your day! A: Great, Look I just found another interesting app called Instagram! B: Not again! You’re always on your phone! A: I just downloaded it 3 days ago, it’s fun, you should try it.
  • 2. B: Did you know (switch to data information) that 60% of adolescent’s sleeping patterns are affected by the use of their phones an hour before bed. This can lead to sleep deprivation. The use of social media keeps our brain highly active and therefore it takes longer to get into a deep sleep, which means we don’t get enough sleep for our brains to properly function. Sleep deprivation is one of the key factors to developing depression and can lead to an overall in the quality of an someone’s life. A: So, if I stop playing on my phone before I sleep then I will be fine? Are there any other negative effects of using social media? (switch to data information) B: There are so many more negative effects that social media has on us. Adults spend around 32% of their total work time on social media, and this causes a major reduction in the overall productivity, studies show that it reduces by 13%. A decline in productivity rates can directly affect the profitability of an organisation. Heavy use of social media can also have a negative impact on an individual’s mental health. Heavy users of social media have a 13%-66% higher chance of developing depression. This is a due to low self-esteem and isolation from heavy use of social media, as you are constantly looking and comparing your life to everyone else’s. It also leads to less physical activity and less opportunity to develop real authentic relationships. Do you find that you prefer to communicate with people over social media instead of face to face? A: Yes I do!
  • 3. B: The other one of the major risks of using social media is exposure to online abuse from “bullies” or “trolls”. Around one in 13 people in Australian have experienced some kind of online abuse, such as threats of death, rape, sexual assault, and stalking. Race-based abusive language is also common. A portion of these people who were exposed to online abuse had to seek help from a doctor or psychologist which negatively impacts work productivity. As a result, the loss of productivity has estimated to cost the Australian economy as much as $3.7 billion dollars in 2019. By looking at the annual Digital Growth statistics in Australia, usage of social media is exponentially growing. Whilst the average time Australians spend on the internet has decreased by around 30 minutes, the time spent on social media is almost unchanged. Particularly, Instagram had a 2.1% increase in active users. However, twitter and snapchat saw a 2.3% and 14% decrease respectively. This indicates a change in the social media platform, but overall, active social media users increased by 5.9% or by 1 million users from 2018 to 2019. This indicates that addiction to social media is an ongoing problem and still requires a creative solution. A: So how can we use social media and avoid these consequences at the same time? B: With globalisation taking place, social media is indeed both vital and beneficial to society as it achieves in time communication worldwide. However, social media can be used to a degree where consequences faced are minimal. I am currently working on a project called ‘Urs Matter’. This is a mobile app developed to help manage an individual’s social media usage so that it is not over-used. The main interface has two buttons showing the usage time of social media app’s and then the maximum usage time that the ‘Urs Matter’ app allows. The users preset the maximum usage time of their social media apps and once the usage time has
  • 4. been reached, users will not be able to access any of their social media apps. (switch screen to pic) When the study and work mode is on, users are deemed to be at work or studying and they cannot access any social media apps on the phone. However, to turn the function off and access their social media, users must complete a complex Sudoku. Otherwise, the users have to wait until their preset time is finished. When leisure mode is on, you cannot access any of your social media apps at all. This mode is to avoid unnecessary use of the apps and to prevent you from being distracted by your phone. Section for customer service: The app also provides a consulting hotline for social media addiction through the forum of a live online chat with a customer service agent. Section for Urs Matter forum: Users can share their successful methods to overcome social media addiction on the public forum. This forum also promotes communication amongst people who are in similar situations and makes people feel apart of a community. Section for achievement: This section records the date the user started using the app and shows how successful they have been in reducing their social media usage against all the other users in an app ranking list. The ranking gives users to have an incentive to achieve their goals.
  • 5. A: To me this seems like an unrealistic app that I wouldn’t use. This app seems like it is more aimed at people who are actually willing to reduce their social media time. For someone like me who enjoys being on social media I probably wouldn’t download this app. B: Well this leads me to my second part of the project, called “social media abandon “ training camp. As most people are afraid of being alone, they start to be addicted to the social media network. This opportunity brings together people from around the globe who are addicted to social media. This camp involves the people giving up all their digital belongings and then we will distribute everyone a cell phone without any social media apps except for text message and calling. The participants are then encouraged to make friends face to face through various sorts of events, such as board games, Karaoke, hiking etc. The aim of raising these events is to promote the importance of interacting with people face to face instead of behind a screen. Also, there will be seminars hosted by experienced staff to teach successful methods on how they can overcome their social media addictions. This camp’s overall aim is to make people more aware that being away from social media can be interesting and fun and how it allows them to make more new friends, open their minds much like the older generation in society. A: The camp sounds so much fun and much more appealing for me. Let me know when the camp starts so I can sign up! Time spent at work Social mediaWork3268
  • 6. Solution s for social media addiction i) “Urs Matter” Urs Matter is a mobile app developed for easing the usage of social media. The main interface has two buttons as well as showing the detected time of using social media and maximum social media using time on the phone. The users can preset the maximum usage time of the social media and the app will automatically record the usage time. Once the time is up the users will be forbidden to get the access to their social media apps. When the study and work mode is on, users are deemed to be at work or studying and they cannot access any social media apps on the phone. However, the only chance to shut the function down is to complete a complex Sudoku. Otherwise, the users may have to wait for the end of their preset time.
  • 7. The leisure mode is not as harsh as study and work mode. When leisure mode is on, the app will pop up an alarm clock to set a wake-up count down time. Unless the time is up, there will be no chance to access social media apps. Section for customer service: the app provides a consulting hotline for social media addiction as well as the service of online chatting. Section for Urs Matter forum: users can share their successful method to overcome addiction of using social media. Section for achievement: This section records the date the user starts use this app and so far how long have they successfully beat the addiction. Also, a ranking list amongst the users would be illustrated to show their achievements.
  • 8. Ii) “social media abandon “ training camp As most people are afraid of being alone, they start to be addicted to the social media network. Here comes an opportunity that we are gathering people together from all over the globe to get rid of the addition. People in this camp will give up their all digital belongings and we will distribute everyone a cell phone without social media functions except for message and calling for basic needs. The participants can make friends face to face through various sorts of events, such as board games, Karaoke, hiking etc. The aim of raising these events is to create bonding between people face to face and they will not have to chat with people behind the screen, which would probably console their lonely hearts. Also, there would be symposiums hosted by experienced staff to elaborate the successful methods to overcome social media addictions. Retrieve from: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/aug/21/cellphon e-screen-time-average-habits