Balancing School and Life
Balancing School and Life
Ways in which Quality of Life Self-Care Wheel scores have changed
Some of the principles scores on the Quality of Life Self-Care Wheel changed significantly. For instance, the score for financial situation raised to 8, the score for the environment increased to 7, and the score for career/school increased to 9. Creating a fixed deposit account, which boosted my cash reserves by restricting my redemptions, was responsible for improving my financial score. In addition, I ignored purchasing non-essential items that were not necessary for me.
Furthermore, my environmental score improved since I learned more deeply about and why it is necessary to keep our surroundings clean and safe. For example, I realized the self-accountability of dumping garbage in dumps rather than anywhere else. I also learned that maintaining the environment clean would improve our safety by significantly lowering the dangers of infectious diseases. Also, my school grade improved because I collaborated with my classmates, who assisted me in improving in areas that I found difficult.
Current levels of tension and stress, the score on a scale of 1-10, the strategies identified, and how to implement them
My current level of tension and stress is a five on a scale of 1-5. Therefore, the mean score is directly linked to the application of integrated anxiety and stress-reduction strategies. To improve my studies and reduce the stress that comes with them, I regularly collaborated with my peers in discussion groups to ensure that we could solve problems together and come to a likely outcome after sharing our ideas. Furthermore, to reduce the stress of interacting with patients, I appropriately engaged with my coworkers and asked them for methods of improving the patient’s condition from an objective viewpoint and questioning the patients themselves.
The feedback received facilitated a cooperative relationship with the patients, reducing the stress experienced in this industry (Worley et al., 2017). Moreover, the tension and stress relating to financial issues were kept to a minimum due to implementing the opening of a fixed deposit account, which enabled me to save by minimizing withdrawals. Furthermore, I reduced my spendthrift habit by using cash rather than a credit card and avoiding spending on frivolous items. Thus, the stress associated with being broke due to excessive spending was reduced through effective financial .
New strategies that will “fit” better
Debriefing sessions and effective communication are two new strategies that I believe would be beneficial. Debriefing sessions, for example, would improve bereavement counseling skills among nurses to reduce stress and facilitate coping abilities (Jan et al., 2017). This is beneficial to the nurses in terms of stress reduction and the patients receiving quality healthcare services. Furthermore, debriefing sessions are vital because they help relieve stress, particularly after a critical stressful incident that may have elicited strong nurses’ reactions.
Additionally, better communication is a compelling strategy. That is because effective dialogue by any institution can prevent nurses from stress and provide a friendly atmosphere where all individuals trust and support each other. Furthermore, these communication lines should be adaptable so that nurses can express their concerns without hindrance or delay. As a result, debriefing sessions and good communication would help reduce the stresses and anxieties that nurses face and ensure that patients receive high-quality healthcare services.
Finally, by implementing various strategies like environmental sustainability, savings via a fixed deposit account, and discussion groups with my peers, I improved my score on the Quality of wheel. Furthermore, these strategies have improved my academic performance and assisted in the reduction of several tensions and stresses, such as financial burden.
Jan, F., Kaur, S., & Para, M. A. (2017). Coping Strategies Used by Staff Nurses Working in Emergency and General Wards of SKIMS Hospital: A Comparative Study. Annals Of Medical & Health Sciences Research, 7106-112
Worley, L. L., & Stonnington, C. M. (2017). Self-care, resilience, and work-life balance. In Physician Mental Health and Well-Being (pp. 237-263). Springer, Cham.