Julie Rose Monteith

Julie Rose  Monteith

Parent to Stephen, and mother to White Indian Cherokee Wolf. A keen gardener and a lived experience practitioner in Mental Health Illnesses. Life coach.

Location Carshalton Surrey, Greater London.

Achievements

Activity

  • I'm a peer support worker and come across families and safeguarding concerns

  • Training

  • Peer Support Practitioner

  • Family = Social, Emotional and physical.
    Friends =Social
    Meditation = Spiritual
    Gym Buddy =Physical
    Being healthy and happy and surrounded by the people who mean the world to you, makes your life rewarding.
    Work = Financial pleasure

  • Jealousy.
    Abusive ,Emotional, and Physical relationship.
    Mental Health Disorders.
    Bereavement.
    Divorce.
    Moving homes.
    Anger confrontation behaviour

  • Skin colour.
    Body temperature.
    Physical appearance.
    Speech.
    Disorientated behaviour

  • My Fibromylagia , Asthma, and being constantly tired.

  • Family time. Experiences outside our comfort zone. Seeing Family members and friends. Attending things to support the environment and wildlife in our area.

  • Genetics, Physical Exercise, Good Sleep Hygiene, Healthy Eating, Healthy Environment. Good Hydration.

  • Thanks for the introduction.
    Enjoying the learning

  • Brilliant Glossary.
    Could it be possible as a pdf download.
    Please

  • Person Centered Care: providing care that focuses on the individual
    The four Humanitarian principle; Humanity, Neutrality, Impartiality and Independence.
    Right to Care: Every individual has a right to care regardless of who they are and where they are.

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    Thank you for a very informative lesson

  • In health care you are there to provide excellence services to child and elderly without discrimination of colour, Race, Ethnicity, Religion, Gender, and age

    We must show empathy to the person who is suffering from any kind of health related problems

  • Right to Care Service directly working for and with need based person's.

  • Having a family that work in health care, I am extremely proud how they sacrificed their life to work constantly in the Covid 19 pandemic

  • Eating healthy, drinking healthy and exercising.

  • Health and Well-being is of the same importance to our life. With good health, physically and mentally we can achieve great things in our personal life and that of our professional life.

  • The person need nursing to have a healthy life.

    Nursing try to give humanity comfort and to be close people.

    Health is protected when person listen to the advice of nurse.

    Environment has the biggest effect to health so to person.

  • Empathy when assessing and helping regain independence or within palliative care. Dignity, skill, bedside manner patience all related .

  • Knowledge ,Respect Devotion.

  • In all the times ,I have been treated by a nurse, the kindness shown is foremost the respect and commitment is beyond their own unique style of how they see the patient and how they responded by the patient and their families.

  • Humanitarian values run parallel with nursing. Compassion, nurturing attitude are also good nursing skills.

  • Son. kind,strong willed, empathetic, determined.
    Brother, Resilient, Tough, Kind Responsible

  • Empathy, Kind, Trustworthy understanding and consciousentience towards the patient.
    Time management skills, good knowledge of patient needs and extremely reliable.
    Respect and confidentiality of the patient and the family wishes.

  • Supportive roles, caring responsibilities, Empathy, teamwork, Healing.
    Person centered with humanitarian values

  • Responsibility.
    Care
    Empathy
    Commitment

  • Value of life

  • Sharing his experiences with students.

  • Empathy, Caring, Kind, Vocation employment, supportive, respectful of the dynamics of communities and inhabitants they are likely to meet.

  • Well done and thank you

  • My name is Julie Rose, I am currently living in Greater London. I'm currently working with year one nursing students as a mentor and lived Experience Practitioner, I was a nurse before I became a parent.

  • Hi All.

  • Hello, I'm interested in the new cohorts and learn more about nursing.

  • Thank you

  • Thank you for a good course

  • Totally agree

  • Good links .

  • Journalling, Gratitude Lists, Grounding meditation, mindfulness, yoga, walking, reading in my safe place.
    Listening to music.
    Sticking to a routine

  • Wow, what happened.
    Too short ,this section could be more useful if more information was provided.

  • Good links to some really useful groups.

  • To support others, your own health and mental wellbeing is a must. If you in any way feel its too much, you will need to seek help from person higher than you at work or your own GP.

  • Very informative.
    We are all equals,recap what you have learned and actively listen.

  • Good techniques.
    Mindfulness is a good way to bring you back into the now.
    From a personal perspective I use
    54321 ,grounding , box breathing breath in for the count of 4,out for 4,in for 4 out for 4 and if done correctly in your mind you will have drawn a box.

  • YES, YES, I use it everyday .
    Build upon your actions in to trust and gain their trust and allowing them to feel that they are being listened to.

  • WOW, what a powerful video.
    Lots of information, people have an under defining right to be heard, and I mean to be listened to properly (active listening).
    Listen actively takes notes and if time is restricted, ensure you tell the child,you will follow up their information given.

  • Knowledge, Understanding and Commitment come to mind.
    Non judgemental, genuine and supportive, I tend to allow people to talk about themselves first and foremost, and I can think if I am the right person to support them or would I may need supporting from a mentor or colleague.

  • Maslow hierarchy human needs springs to mind.
    Common sense is of an important nature to start with the basic needs, of building trust,your safety and the safety of your child or children.

  • I'm hoping to use my knowledge to help support youngsters.

  • Boundaries limitations.
    Different cultures have different understanding of care.
    Dignity

  • Very informative article.

  • Very good information

  • Be supportive to that person.
    Listen actively and if you feel that it's too much for you to support then allow them the freedom to get the support and knowledge from others. It's better to know your boundaries than get out of your depth

  • Age,Behaviour, and family support are needed to support the child. We on the other hand need to get to know them and gain their trust and allowing them to be able to speak with the honesty that they hold, we also need to have a good level of knowledge about cognitive and psychological factors of the child

  • Through a different childhood and into adulthood, I went into nursing to help support others ,I have been very fortunate to have been able to attend counselling sessions and now I wish to help support others.

  • Very interested in learning new skills and ways to communicate with younger children and teenagers

  • I'm hoping to use this information to help support my family and use this within my role as a peer practitioner

  • Very informative course.
    Thank you

  • Practice, Practice and more practice

  • Routines
    Exercising my dog.
    Mindfulness.
    Eating healthy and getting good sleep.
    Relaxing with family .
    Having a good balance with work and family is good.

  • Mindfulness.
    Routine.
    Sleep.
    Healthy Eating.
    Physical Activities
    Are needed for your own optimal health.
    My goto Mindfulness and box breathing brings me back to the present .

  • The more we practice the better we become. Facial expressions are often the better option then touching as the patient may have touch issues ,to show empathy and care builds trust

  • its very important to be present during the conversation. Being in the wards , your mind can be swirled in between various lists of things to be completed and huge documentation to be filled. The pressure is real. So it will take a strong mind to actually be able to make a conscious effort to be present and to actively 'listen' to every word the patient says....

  • While with the patient

    Nadine offers five tips on what to say and do while with the patient:

    1- You must remain calm with the patient and avoid negative language, and let him know that you understand his feelings and speak calmly to him.

    2- Avoid arguing with him, and treat him with respect. Instead of explaining why he's not getting the attention he...

  • Powerful and Informative.

  • Reassuring language.
    Tone of voice has changed.
    More empathy was shown to the patient

  • Professional advice, with poor patient care.

  • My mum always told us,that action speak louder than words. I understand how non verbal communication is a skill in itself, just by sitting with a patient and acknowledging their pain is a good way to demonstrate empathy

  • Really enjoyed week 1,so ready for week 2 and more learning.

  • Brilliant video and many thanks for allowing me to work with you on this course. Looking forward to next week.

  • I would introduce myself to the patient, this would allow them to feel more comfortable in my presence. I would approach them in a respectful way, which would allow them to feel calmer and as if they’re able to talk to me because they won’t be judged. I would ask them “is everything alright, would you like to talk about it?” And depending on their response,...

  • Below are other communication skills that would be important for expressing empathy:

    Listen Without Interrupting

    Take the time to listen intently when someone is sharing feelings about a situation with you. Resist the temptation to solve the problem with advice

    Be Supportive

    Learning to see things from another's perspective is a key element in...

  • This fourth type might sound a little confusing. Medical sympathizers are those who feel what empathy means immediately and in an invasive way when someone close to them gets sick. A medical sympathizer can deal with someone else's illnesses even from a distance. It is natural for medical compassion to seize the energy of the people around him, especially...

  • Cognitive empathy makes us better communicators, because it helps us relay information in a way that best reaches the other person. For example in cognitive empathy: You imagining what the person is going through. Who did they lose? How close were they to this person? Besides feelings of pain and loss, how will their life now change?

    Emotional empathy (also...

  • Good information. It's good to acknowledge the difference between emotional empathy and cognitive empathy.

  • Empathy to me is the ability to understand myself and the patient well enough to communicate either my opinion or have a normal conversation without hurting their feelings and putting myself in a box. It is balance.
    Some skills like listening and observing are essential for an empath because what worked for one patient would definitely not work for another....

  • Very good videos, and thought provoking. Within my nursing career I have always applied Empathy by recognising that it could be me.